Junction Police

February 10-16, 2019

Sunday, February 10
1. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the 100 block of Hodges for a report of a disturbance, ongoing feud between neighbors. The matter was settled for the time being.
2. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the Lazy T Motel for an EMS assist. Male subject had fallen off his bicycle and had injuries. EMS was called to the scene, and the subject was transported to the Kimble Hospital.
3. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the 600 block of N. 10th for a report of a suspicious person. An unknown male subject was seen trespassing on private property. Unable to locate.
4. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the Timewise parking lot for suspicious activity. Unknown subjects were removing property from a vehicle in the parking lot. The officer determined no criminal activity had taken place.
Monday, February 11
1. Officer Elliott was dispatched to the 300 block of N. 18th to assist animal control with an aggressive dog. While trying to catch the dog, the dog ran away, and the officers were unable to locate it.
2. Officer Elliott was dispatched to the 300 block of S. 7th for a medical alarm activation. It was determined that the subject’s dog had activated the alarm.
Tuesday, February 12
1. Officer Pena III was dispatched to Short Stop for Ministerial Alliance assistance, a stranded subject needed a bus ticket. Ministerial Alliance assistance was granted.
2. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the 100 block of Chestnut for a welfare concern. The subject was located and found to be in the care of other family members.
Wednesday, February 13
1. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the 200 block of N. 12th for a report of a dog bite. A neighbor’s dog jumped the fence and bit the subject on the hand. The subject did not require medical attention. The owner of the dog was advised to contain the dog in the yard.
2. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the 500 block of Oak for a report of fraud. An unknown subject called from a Mexico phone number and identified as a family member requesting money. It was determined the call was a scam, and no money was sent.
3. Officer Pena II was dispatched to the North Llano RV Park for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Contact was made and found that the subject was staying in the park with coworkers.
Thursday, February 14
1. Officers Buscha and Elliott received a walk-in at the PD. A female subject requesting a civil standby while she retrieved her personal property from a residence in the 200 block of Chestnut. A civil standby was provided.
2. Officers Buscha, Anderlitch and Elliott were dispatched to the 100 block of Montecito for an unresponsive male subject. The subject was deceased due to apparent natural causes. EMS, the Justice of the Peace and the Kimble Funeral Home were called to the scene.
3. Officer Anderlitch, during the course of a routine traffic stop, conducted a probable cause search of the vehicle. Dee Garza of Lubbock was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Friday, February 15
1. Officer Ward, during the course of a routine traffic stop, arrested two subjects, Rose Staley and Danny Cueller of Lubbock, on out-of-town warrants.
2. Officer Anderlitch was dispatched to the 500 block of N. 10th for an EMS assist. A female subject had fallen and was unable to get up. The subject was not injured, and no transport was required.
3. Officer Buscha was dispatched to the 200 block of Mesquite for a report of a stolen chainsaw. The chainsaw was taken from a toolbox on a truck in front of the residence. Investigation is ongoing.
4. Officer Anderlitch responded to Buster’s Laundry to meet with a subject who wanted to report his girlfriend’s daughter and grandmother missing. The subject said they had walked to the store, and when he went looking for them, he could not locate them. A short time later, they were located walking in the area.
5. Officer Anderlitch was dispatched to the 400 block of W. Cedar for a report of a lost purse. The subject had traveled to many locations in town before she realized her purse was missing. Investigation is ongoing.
Saturday, February 16
1. Officer Buscha was dispatched to the 300 block of Cherry for a report of two dogs fighting. The owner of the dogs had them separated upon the officer’s arrival. It was determined that one of the dogs had gotten off his chain and was able to get to the other dog.
2. Officer Buscha received information from a citizen that there was an injured axis deer in the median between the IH-10 mile markers of 456 and 457. The axis was located and found to have a broken leg. The axis was dispatched and removed from that area of the roadway.
3. Officer Supak responded to assist at the Stevenson Center for a report of a disturbance, verbal altercation. The parties were separated, and the matter was solved for the time being.

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