The following is a brief, partial recap of incidents reported by the Kendall County Sheriff’s Department and the Fair Oaks Ranch Police Department. General locations are listed rather than specific addresses. An arrest should not imply guilt or innocence which will be decided in court at a later date. Anyone with information about any of these incidents is asked to call the Fair Oaks Ranch Police at 210-698-0990, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office at 830-249-9721 or Kendall County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-348-LEAD (5323) or kc-crimestoppers.com .
KENDALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
2:47 a.m., I-10 mile 537 – When a Boerne officer saw a driver pitch something out a window, he followed as the fellow wended his way through town, narrowly missing curbs and utility poles until he finally pulled into a dead-end street. He was arrested. Meanwhile a deputy went looking for what was tossed from the vehicle.
2:48 a.m., 400 Hwy. 27 – Inside a vehicle a deputy found stopped in the middle of the road was a missing woman; her son-in-law came to get her.
11:27 a.m., 2900 FM 473 – A man reported checks were stolen from his mailbox.
2:26 p.m., Hwy. 87 & I-10, Comfort – No one was injured in a single vehicle rollover wreck.
3:06 p.m., FM 1376 & Seewald Rd. – A caller reported someone was illegally dumping trash at the intersection.
3:15 p.m., Hwy. 46 E & FM 3351 – A man said when he stopped at a traffic light, a driver in a “pest-control” truck pulled a weapon.
5:27 p.m., 400 Upper Cibolo Creek Rd. – A caller reported a gate was damaged.
5:42 p.m., 100 Spring Creek Rd. – A man wanted someone to get his ass off his property, but the owner of the donkey wasn’t found.
8:13 p.m., 100 Blaschke Rd., Comfort – A woman was concerned about the safety of her animals and people outside after she heard 5 to 10 shots fired nearby.
9:17 p.m., I-10 mile 535 – EMS and Comfort VFD were called to the scene of what was originally reported as a two-vehicle crash, but later reports said four or five may have been involved.
10 p.m., 100 Desert Flower – A deputy with a warrant arrested the person named in it.
10:47 p.m., 100 Walnut Grove Rd. – A vehicle crashed through a fence, leaving tire marks in the grass.
Deputies also made 26 traffic stops, assisted the public four times, investigated one suspicious person and a suspicious vehicle and handled two welfare checks, two traffic hazards, three reckless driver reports, three civil matters, one animal call, 10 security checks and six false alarms.
1:21 a.m., Third & Front streets, Comfort – During a traffic stop, one person was arrested.
6:12 a.m., 10000 Johns Rd. – A man heard a vehicle hit a fence, but police couldn’t find it.
6:45 a.m., 200 Walnut Grove – A man discovered someone ran through his fence overnight and left his license plate behind.
10:32 a.m., 900 FM 473 – It took firefighters almost an hour and a half to put out a half-acre grass fire.
10:58 a.m., 400 Comfort Pl., Comfort – A woman said she had an argument with a property management earlier today.
11:18 a.m., 50100 I-10 – A man turned over the Zip-loc bag he found loaded with smaller bags of pills.
12:30 p.m., I-10 mile 539 – During a traffic stop, a man was arrested.
1:43 p.m., FM 473 & Old No. 9 – A reported fire was actually a controlled burn.
2:55 p.m., 200 Live Oak Pass – A woman was concerned that a flyer she received was a scam.
4:33 p.m., Cleo Ln. – Boerne firefighters quickly put out a grass fire.
6:18 p.m., Walnut Grove & Schmidt Ln. – A nurse was concerned when she stopped to help a man slumped over his steering wheel on the side of the road and couldn’t rouse him, but an EMS crew discovered he had run out of gas and just fell asleep.
8:11 p.m., 300 Upper Cibolo Creek Rd. – After a caller reported someone screaming, a deputy found a man yelling at his horses to get them in a corral.
Deputies also made 51 traffic stops, assisted the public four times and another law enforcement agency once, checked out one suspicious vehicle and two 911 hang-up calls and handled three reckless driver reports, five civil matters, six animal calls and three false alarms.
1:06 a.m., I-10 mile 538 – During a traffic stop, one person was arrested.
4:16 a.m., Tapatio & Eagle drives – When a deputy spotted a light shining from a ditch, he stopped to investigate and found a decorative light, but no one around. A nearby security guard said it probably belonged to the resort, so the deputy left it with him.
7:14 a.m., 800 Hwy. 27, Comfort – Moments after an elderly man with dementia was reported missing, the caller said he was back home.
7:37 a.m., 34900 I-10 – During a traffic stop, one man was arrested.
7:42 a.m., 100 Loop 1087 – After a man was confronted about parking in a No Parking zone, he wanted to talk to a sergeant and complained he was only challenged because he was Hispanic. He was told his nationality didn’t matter, the law is the law.
8:04 a.m., 37100 I-10 – A deputy arrested a man at the adult probation office on a warrant.
8:31 a.m., I-10 mile 543 – The white truck a caller said was on fire, was just overheating and the driver didn’t need help.
8:38 a.m., I-10 mile 537 – When a deputy caught up with a reckless driver who almost ran a red light and stopped in the middle of the intersection, EMS was called and took her to the ER.
8:50 a.m., 31000 I-10 - The owner of a business where a semi cab had been parked for three days wanted police to check that it wasn’t stolen.
1:57 p.m., 100 Thunder Valley – A bumbling bull was thundering out on the road.
3:23 p.m., 100 N. Wagon Wheel Dr. – One person was arrested by a deputy with warrant in hand.
4:03 p.m., I-10 mile 542 – During a traffic stop, one man was arrested.
4:21 p.m., Hwy 27 & FM 473 – Another traffic stop, another man arrested.
4:31 p.m., 100 Ridge Trail – A man reported someone broke into his trailer and was living in it.
7:07 p.m., 100 Ridge Trail – A man who had been away for nine months discovered squatters on his property.
Deputies also made 33 traffic stops, assisted the public three times and an EMS crew three times, investigated one suspicious person and three suspicious vehicles, attempted to serve four warrants and handled four reckless driver reports, one welfare check and six animal calls.
FAIR OAKS RANCH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Noon, 9200 Dietz Elkhorn Rd, – A caller reported his wife’s medication did not arrive by mail as it should, and he did not know if it was stolen or not delivered.
2:12 p.m., Lammterra & Woodbine Way – A solicitor wearing black shorts and a white shirt with a hawk on it was found soliciting without a permit.
Officers also handled one false alarm, one dead adult wild hog, one accidental 911 call, one traffic hazard, one missing watch and one complaint of construction workers playing loud music.
1:58 a.m., 9000 Fair Oaks Pkwy. – A man sitting in his parked car was arrested for public intoxication.
6:16 a.m., 8900 Rolling Acres Trail – A woman thought her husband took items out of her purse, but she found them hidden in her home.
10:23 p.m., 32000 Wild Oak Hill – A woman was arrested for family violence after she slammed a man’s finger in a door.
Officers also handled one family disturbance, one public assist, one suspicious vehicle, one raccoon stuck in a tree, one report of loose dogs, two dead deer, one stolen check, three false alarms.
2:04 a.m., 8000 Pimlico Lane – While parked at the Normal Vestal Park after hours, a juvenile was arrested for possession of marijuana.
10:50 a.m., 7200 Dietz Elkhorn Rd, – During a traffic stop, the driver was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Officers also handled one deer stuck in a fence, two false residential alarms, one fraud attempt by phone and one complaint of a reckless driver.
11:19 a.m., 7900 Fair Oaks Pkwy. – When a caller complained a Mercedes was in a no-parking zone, blocking a Mini Cooper, the driver was located and moved his car.
12:11 p.m., 7200 Dietz Elkhorn Rd, – A caller reported the man he sold his car to has not yet registered it in his own name.
5:30 p.m., 7700 Fair Oaks Pkwy. – A caller reported a suspicious man was possibly drunk and complaining of ankle pain. The officer put a bandage on the man’s ankle and gave him a drink and a snack. Later in the day, the man requested EMS and was transported to the hospital.
7:57 p.m., 8000 Rocking Horse Lane – A caller reported hearing gunshots fired in the park, but officers did not find anyone shooting.
Police also handled calls for one false alarm, one attempted fraud by phone and one traffic stop.
8:39 a.m., 29000 Fairway Bluff – A caller reported an aggressive dog was loose and lunging at people, but officers said the dog was not aggressive and returned it to its owner.
5:28 p.m., 8800 Fair Oaks Pkwy. – A caller complained the side cap to a fire hydrant at the edge of her property was off and she wanted the officer put it back on.
6:56 p.m., Fair Oaks Pkwy. & I-10 – After a caller reported a Stop sign had been knocked down, an officer propped it back up.
7:11 p.m., 9000 Fair Oaks Pkwy. – A caller complained that people were taking things that residents put out for bulky item pickup.
9:12 p.m., 7800 Timber Top Dr. – During an argument, a man broke his girlfriend’s iPad, and she hit him five times. The parties were separated.
Officers also handled calls for one suspicious vehicle, one false residential alarm, two public assists and two deer calls.
1:48 a.m., 29000 Fairway Bluff – A caller asked for police patrol after someone rang her doorbell.
8:41 a.m., 28000 Heritage Trail – Caller requested extra patrols to catch someone driving a blue Jaguar who speeds through the subdivision.
9:18 a.m., 8700 Dietz Elkhorn Rd, – A man was hit from behind after braking for a deer crossing his path. The driver who hit him drove away with his front bumper hanging off his car.
Officers also handled one public assist and one complaint of loud music.
8:46 a.m., 7200 Dietz Elkhorn Rd, – While attending municipal court, a man was arrested for an active warrant for theft in Kendall County.
1:25 p.m., 542 mile M I-10 – DPS requested a K9 search of a vehicle, and the four-footed officer found three kilo bundles of cocaine.
4 p.m., FM 3351 & Meadow Creek Trail – After a caller reported a vehicle driving recklessly, the Rd, r was found changing his flat tire that had caused him to overcorrect his steering.
Officers also conducted four traffic stops, one false residential alarm, one accidental 911 call, and assisted the public three times.
12:26 a.m., 29000 Ralph Fair Rd, – During a traffic stop for failing to maintain a lane, the passenger was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.
10:29 a.m., 7700 Silver Spur Trail – A caller reported his neighbor for putting his brush pile on the curb before the bulk trash pickup date.
2:13 p.m., Ralph Fair Rd, & Keeneland Dr. – Caller reported an elderly man looked distressed while walking, but the man is a resident and walks that way every day.
Police also assisted one EMS crew, found a lost credit card, one animal call, one possible fraudulent phone call and assisted the public twice.