Officers respond to bee attack, solicitors, abandoned vehicles
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The Live Oak Criminal Justice Center received 285 calls for the week of July 19 through July 26, 2012.

A caller in George West wanted to report a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of the road by their property.

An unknown caller stated that he was travelling and broke down and needed some help, because they had children with them.

A Three Rivers woman reported that someone kept sending her text messages. She wanted an officer to make them stop.

A woman in Three Rivers called and stated that someone had left their vehicle in the bay at the car wash and she wanted an officer to go check on it.

A George West clerk called and stated that there was a man hanging around the store asking customers for things.

A George West man reported that he saw a man he knew going through his vehicle at his residence.

A clerk in Three Rivers reported that there had been a vehicle parked at the gas pumps all day and there was no one around the vehicle.

A female in Tilden reported that a vehicle had just left the store and the driver was drinking and there were children in the vehicle.

A George West female reported two vehicles that were drag racing, but that was all the information that she could give them.

A Three Rivers woman called and complained that there are vehicles that speed up and down the road, even in the children at play areas. One car in particular almost ran a car off the road and almost took out two signs.

A female at a Three Rivers truck stop called and reported solicitors selling perfume that had been asked to leave and were refusing.

A Three Rivers woman called to report that she had been stung by bees while mowing her yard, but did not need EMS; she wanted to know if the fire department could go spray them.
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