Sheriff's Report
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In addition to arrests, the LOC Sheriff’s Department received approximately 400 calls during the 13-day period from July 2-14.

Reported calls on the rise are theft, calls made to the Tilden/McMullen County area as well as reckless driving calls and vehicle accidents continue to come in at high numbers.


A LOC resident notified the Sheriff’s Department of a certified letter being sent to parents, it was advised this letter is a phone scam and to ignore all future calls in reference to this letter.

Several calls came from TR in reference to a man running around in the nude.

A Tilden man advised that someone was making threats to his girlfriend; the boyfriend was out of town and requested that officers check on the girlfriend.

A George West home owner reported that neighbors had their goats, buildings and other belongings on this property; the neighbors had been told to remove property but had not; they were given four weeks to remove all items and shown property lines.

A Largarto caller reported a friend’s home had been invaded, and the resident had been injured in the invasion; injuries to the face, chest and neck were visible.

A GW woman illegally parked her car, and when asked to move it she could not seem to get her car in gear.

A LOC resident called to report a woman had walked up their driveway and did not know where she was or where she lived; she only knew that she lived with her daughter and her daughter’s name.

A LOC company called to report they would be venting gas from a well just in case there were any calls.

In TR several calls were made in reference to a serious accident involving an 18-wheeler that T-boned a car. A person was trapped in the car; jaws of life were needed, and the injuries seemed to be serious.

A GW retail store reported two male subjects had stolen items from the store; one of the subjects identity was known by the store manager.

In LOC several calls came in about a man with no shirt on running in and out of traffic on the north side of Highway 37.

In Sandia, a disturbance call was made in reference to a man recently released from jail that was tearing up possessions in a home.

In GW several callers reported a tanker truck had rolled over and spilled its contents.

In TR several calls were made over the holiday in reference to fireworks being popped inside the city limits.

In GW a man requested assistance from officers; his wife had taken several of his prescription pills and had given her daughter some as well; the man just wanted the wife out of his house.

In GW a restaurant employee was outside cleaning the windows when he heard a loud band and noticed the window was now chipped.

In TR a caller reported theft of an iPhone.

In LOC a concerned resident called to report animal cruelty; there are emaciated cattle on someone’s property.

In GW a bus driver requested assistance with an irate male passenger; the passenger was yelling and cursing; the subject was taken in by officers; the passenger was wanted for a probation violation.

In Tilden, a caller reported a large white bull was out.

In Largarto, a concerned caller reported he could hear people fighting dogs; the people were “eggin’ them on.”

In LOC, a salt water disposal company reported a theft.

In TR, a resident called in reference to several thefts that had taken place at local apartments; caller had now witnessed people entering an apartment with items and needed officers assistance now.

In McMullen County, a boater called to report he was stranded on the lake; he had ran out of gas in his boat.

In GW, a man called to report someone had shot his donkey, and the injuries were serious and that another donkey not belonging to him could not be located.

In TR, a woman reported hitting a deer as she was driving.

In TR, a caller reported someone had backed into a propane meter, and gas was now spewing everywhere.

In LOC, a theft call was placed in reference to a Box Blade and propane tank that was for sale which had now been stolen off the property.

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