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Sheriff’s Report March 29- April 4

Sheriff Hilario Cantu and staff are privileged to bring you this weekly report of happenings in Kimble County.

The information is taken from call slips, which do not always contain the outcome of the call.

Kimble County dispatch received approximately 435 telephone calls and 392 audio transmissions during the week of March 29 through April 4.

3/29-1. Deputy S. Brown and DPS Trooper Jandasek responded to the area of US 290 in an attempt to locate a possibly intoxicated driver. 

3/30-1. DPS Trooper Jandasek responded to IH-10 460 mile marker for a report of a car parked partially in the roadway. 

3/31-1. Deputy S. Brown and DPS Trooper Dutchover responded to Ranch Road 2291 for a motor vehicle accident; subject refused transport.

2. DPS Trooper Sanders, Officer Elliott and Officer Saucedo responded to the 700 block of Main for a residential alarm. 

4/1-1. Deputy Noah and Deputy K. Brown responded to IH-10 467 mile marker to locate a commercial motor vehicle that was involved in a vehicle accident that occurred in Kerr County. 

4/2-1. Deputy Stewart, DPS Trooper Morris and DPS Trooper Sanders  responded to IH-10 444 mile marker for a motor vehicle accident with a subject ejected; subject was transported to Kimble Hospital ER. 

2. Deputy K. Brown, Deputy Noah, DPS Trooper Meadows and DPS Trooper Sanders responded to IH-10 476 mile marker for a report of a multi-car accident with no injuries reported.

3. DPS Trooper Dutchover responded to US 377 North for a report of a motor vehicle accident with no injuries. 

4/3-1. Deputy K. Brown, DPS Trooper Jandasek and DPS Trooper Morris responded to IH-10 435 mile marker for a motor vehicle accident; one subject was transported to Kimble Hospital.

2. DPS Trooper Dutchover responded to IH-10 in an attempt to locate a white pickup that was throwing beer bottles at other motorist. 

3. Deputy Stewart responded to IH-10 442 mile marker after locating a reported reckless commercial motor vehicle. 

4/4-1. Deputy S. Brown responded to the 400 block of Old Segovia Road for a subject who refused to leave the property.

2. Junction VFD responded to the area of North 19th for a vehicle fire. 

Kimble County Sheriff’s Office and Jail Administrator Jack Noah processed two persons through the jail on the following charges:

3/30-1. Officer Saucedo arrested Ramses Salinas, 18, of Junction for a Junction PD warrant “fail to stop and render aid”.

3/31-1. Deputy S. Brown arrested Dillon Robertson, 29, of Lubbock for driving while intoxicated. 

Kimble County Emergency Medical Services (KCEMS) calls received through the dispatch office during the week of March 29 through April 4.

3/29-1. KCEMS responded to the 200 block of Levi Road in Harper for a subject with an unknown medical complication; subject refused transport by EMS. 

3/30-1. KCEMS responded to the 700 block of South Llano for a subject with shortness of breath; one subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 

2. KCEMS responded to the 1200 block of KC 215 for a subject with shortness of breath; subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 

3/31-1. KCEMS responded to Ranch Road 2291 for a motor vehicle accident; subject refused transport.

4/1-1.KCEMS responded to the 200 block of Chestnut for a subject with a possible drug overdoes; subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 

2.KCEMS responded to the 10000 block of Winslow Lane for subject with an unknown medical complication; subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 

4/2-1. KCEMS responded to IH-10 444 mile marker for a motor vehicle accident with a subject ejected; subject was transported to Kimble Hospital ER. 

4/3-1. Deputy K. Brown, DPS Trooper Jandasek, DPS Trooper Morris and KCEMS responded to IH-10 435 mile marker for a motor vehicle accident; one subject was transported to Kimble Hospital.

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