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LAW ENFORCEMENT

The following is a brief, partial recap of incidents reported by the Boerne Police Department and the Kendall County Sheriff’s 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 Boerne Police at 830-249-8645, 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 .

BOERNE POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 28

7:16 a.m., 300 Bentwood - A mother reported her 16-year-old daughter missing for a week and her 14-year-old daughter missing for two days.

8:57 a.m., Staudt St. - Three property owners reported they would be doing controlled burns.

9:19 a.m., 1300 S. Main - A woman said while she was at work her cell phone was stolen.

11:10 a.m., 400 N. Main - Library staff reported a man was sleeping in the amphitheater.

12:17 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A caller wanted to know what the law said about a felon having an antique gun.

1:13 p.m., 100 Horse Hill - A woman reported fraudulent charges on her bank account.

1:23 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A narcotics case was reported.

4:44 p.m., 400 N. Main - A woman reported several very young juveniles on the trail offered her marijuana and made lewd comments.

4:53 p.m., 100 Shadywood - A caller reported his wife just caught his neighbor shooting his dog with marbles in a slingshot.

6:22 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A caller complained about someone speeding around the apartment complex on a dirt bike.

8:37 p.m., 400 W. Bandera - EMS was called to treat a biker injured when he crashed his motorcycle.

9:21 p.m., 500 Adler - Police couldn’t find the three young girls a dispatcher said she could see on the security camera lighting a fire near the skatepark restrooms.

11:24 p.m., 400 Rosewood - A caller complained about the small child running and stomping in the upstairs apartment.

Officers also made 20 traffic stops, assisted the public six times and an EMS crew once, checked out one suspicious person, a suspicious vehicle and two 911 hang-up calls, worked eight non-injury wrecks and handled one welfare check, four reckless driver reports, two traffic hazards, two civil matters, 41 security checks and three false alarms.

May 29

1:43 a.m., 200 W. Theissen - A man complained three people fishing from the bridge wearing headlamps.

8:07 a.m., 100 Old San Antonio - An irate dad showed up at the front office.

9:06 am., 200 W. Bandera - A woman was suspicious about a man who had taken a picture of her license plate earlier in the morning.

10:52 a.m., 1300 S. Main - A man reported fraud by a guy who was also a signer on his business account was kiting checks.

1:43 p.m., 300 Ebner - A narcotics case was reported.

2:57 p.m., 1400 E. Blanco - A convenience store clerk said he just noticed a surveillance tape of someone stealing beer.

3:26 p.m., 600 S. Plant - A man reported theft and fraud involving his girlfriend’s car title.

4:15 p.m., 400 W. Bandera - Someone damaged a Redbox machine.

5:47 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A woman complained her upstairs neighbor was throwing stuff around and screaming all day, then when she went out in her wheelchair to smoke, he called her names.

6:20 p.m., 100 Stone Creek Circle - A man complained a large sinkhole in the road needed to be marked off with traffic cones.

8:48 p.m., 100 Firefly - A woman said her son found two license plates while riding his bicycle.

10:17 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - After a man reported he was assaulted by his girlfriend, she was arrested.

Police also made 19 traffic stops, assisted the public five times and an EMS crew twice, investigated one suspicious person and three suspicious vehicles, worked five non-injury wrecks and handled four welfare checks, two reckless driver reports, 39 security checks and five false alarms.

May 30

1:15 a.m., 200 Ivy - After a caller became suspicious about a guy walking around an apartment complex, police arrested two people.

6:10 a.m., 37100 I-10 - After a caller reported a crashed out vehicle with a flat tire and a man passed out inside, police woke and arrested him.

9:56 a.m., 1400 River Road - A chief nurse asked police to check on a registered sex offender.

11:23 a.m., 400 W. Bandera - A woman complained the lights were flashing red and people don’t know how to handle a 4-way stop.

11:33 a.m., Greyhound Lane - An officer with warrant in hand arrested the person named.

12:23 p.m., 33100 I-10 - A man complained a business had charged his credit card for equipment to repair his boat and now the business has closed.

5:02 p.m., 300 Ebner - Eleven officers plus EMS were on hand to serve a warrant on one person who was eventually detained.

5:04 p.m., 1400 S. Main - A caller reported one woman and two men were refusing to leave a business.

7:32 p.m., 100 Autumn Ridge - A man complained someone stuck sanitary napkins on several mailboxes and signs in the neighborhood.

8:24 p.m., 1000 Diamond - One woman complained about the odor of marijuana in the area and another caller said it was so strong she can’t let her kids out to play.

9:25 p.m., 100 San Antonio - A narcotics case was reported.

10:18 p.m., I-10 mile 538 - During a traffic stop after the K9 officer sniffed out some bad stuff, one person was arrested.

Officers also made 16 traffic stops, assisted the public four times and an EMS crew once, checked out one suspicious person and two 911 hang-up calls, worked four non-injury wrecks and handled two civil matters, 36 security checks and five false alarms.

May 31

3:02 a.m., 100 Crosspoint - A man called with a possible medical problem, but didn’t want police because he figured they just arrest him for something he didn’t do.

9:40 a.m., 31700 I-10 - A woman reported fraudulent charges on her credit card and suspected it happened after she got gas.

12:25 p.m., Herff & Main - An officer checked out a homeless camp.

12:32 p.m., 300 Ebner - A narcotics case was reported.

2:49 p.m., 400 W. Bandera - A woman reported her car was keyed in a parking lot.

3:42 p.m., Main & Rosewood - EMS was called for minor scrapes suffered in a traffic crash.

3:58 p.m., I-10 mile 540 - A caller didn’t think it was too cool that an air conditioning unit was in the middle of the road.

5:05 p.m., 100 S. Main - A caller complained that the 10 bikers wearing colors had an attitude as they sped through town.

5:06 p.m., 100 Cibolo Branch - A woman reported her laptop was missing from her vehicle but it didn’t appear to be broken into.

5:39 p.m., 1300 S. Main - A store manager complained a customer was being aggressive and cursing him.

7:13 p.m., 100 Ranch Drive - A woman said after a squirrel ran across a power line, she heard a pop and lost power.

8:23 p.m., 1200 S. Main - The bike a man rode to work was reported stolen.

9:36 p.m., 31800 I-10 - EMS was called for injuries sustained in a traffic crash.

11:31 p.m., 1300 S. Main - A caller said a teen cyclist with a backpack was pulling carts and slamming them into the side of the building.

Police also made 28 traffic stops, assisted the public six times and an EMS crew once, checked out one suspicious person, worked three non-injury wrecks and handled one welfare check, four reckless driver reports, three traffic hazards, two civil matters, 43 security checks and seven false alarms.

June 1

1:54 a.m., 1400 S. Main - An officer was suspicious about all the batteries he discovered in a vehicle he stopped for traffic violations so he asked a store to check if they were missing any. They were, so the batteries were returned and the individual was arrested.

1:56 a.m., 33000 I-10 - A woman complained her husband was harassing her with emails and texts.

1:57 a.m., 36700 - A hotel clerk reported a guest committed fraud.

7:33 a.m., 100 Destiny - When a man complained about construction work starting before 8 a.m., an officer explained a city ordinance allows workers to start at 7 a.m.

8:10 a.m., 200 Water - Someone illegally dumped lumber at the car wash.

8:28 a.m., 400 N. Main - A man was found sleeping on the library book store deck.

2:07 p.m., Herff & Old San Antonio - During a traffic stop, one man was arrested.

4:20 p.m., I-10 mile 540 - After being stopped for traffic violations, a man was arrested and taken to the ER for a blood alcohol test.

5:21 p.m., 1300 S. Main - A theft from a store was reported.

7:28 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - Five youth home residents ran away.

8:17 p.m., 300 James - A woman suspected someone has been in a vacant house because the window blinds were moved.

Officers also made 11 traffic stops, assisted the public three times and an EMS crew three times, checked out three suspicious people, three suspicious vehicles and a 911 hang-up call, worked eight non-injury wrecks and handled one reckless driver report, four animal calls, 24 security checks and three false alarms.

June 2

12:41 a.m., 31700 I-10 - While checking out a suspicious vehicle, an officer charged the person inside with possession of drug paraphernalia.

1:10 a.m., 1500 S. Main - A reported reckless driver was easy for police to find when he crashed into a traffic barrel.

1:26 a.m., 100 Old San Antonio - After a panting dog was found in a locked truck for almost a half hour in the theater parking lot, an officer called for animal control, but the owner showed before they got there.

1:26 p.m., 35000 I-10 - A manager complained a man was filming him and throwing stuff on the ground, preventing workers from doing their job.

2:21 p.m., 200 W. Bandera - Another distressed dog was reported locked in a truck.

4:24 p.m., I-10 mile 539 - Someone won’t be sleeping well after they lost their mattress on the highway.

9:37 p.m., Main & Blanco - A caller reported four juveniles were riding bikes in the dark with no lights or reflectors.

9:54 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A mother wanted an officer to talk to her teen son who had been vaping.

11:34 p.m., 1000 N. Main - After a caller reported a couple of suspicious guys with backpacks, an officer arrested one of them.

Police also made 28 traffic stops, assisted the public three times and an EMS crew once and handled one welfare check, four reckless driver reports, one traffic hazard, one animal call, one civil matter, 42 security checks and five false alarms.

June 3

2:57 a.m., 36700 I-10 - A man passed out in a suspicious vehicle was arrested and his canine companion taken to the doggie lockup.

6:44 a.m., 600 River - A woman complained a man took a chair from her backyard and was sitting in it by the creek.

8:15 a.m., 100 Fawn Valley - A man reported someone damaged his two vehicles while trying to siphon gas.

8:24 a.m., 100 Desert Flower - A woman said someone tried to break into her vehicle last week.

2:48 p.m., 300 English Oaks - One woman complained another was harassing her.

3:08 p.m., 1300 S. Main - Police were called to separate a man and his cousins fighting in a parking lot.

3:23 p.m., 1200 S. Main - EMS was called to treat a woman injured in a wreck between two Jeeps.

4:33 p.m., City Lake - After someone flagged down an officer to report a child in the middle of the lake was drowning, Fire, EMS and police discovered it was kids swimming across the lake and all were safe.

6:31 p.m., 100 Old San Antonio - A man asked police to check his vehicle after he loaned it to someone and believed there may have been narcotics inside.

7:09 p.m., 400 W. Bandera - A gas station clerk reported a woman pumped gas and drove off, but minutes later said she was on her way back to pay.

9:44 p.m., 300 Chaparral Creek - A woman suspected someone was trying to break into her house.

10:19 p.m., 1400 S. Main - A father said someone tried to giver his son weed, and his son won’t tell him the name.

10:49 p.m., 600 W. Bandera - A store manager said a woman in the store was jumping around and bumping into things.

Police also made 30 traffic stops, assisted the public three times and another law enforcement agency once, investigated five suspicious people and two suspicious vehicles, worked three non-injury wrecks and handled one welfare checks, three reckless driver reports, one traffic hazard, 55 security checks and four false alarms.

KENDALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S

DEPARTMENT

May 29

7:56 a.m., 600 Roosevelt, Comfort – During a traffic stop, an arrest was made.

9 a.m., I-10 mile 538 – During another traffic stop, one person was detained.

12:05 p.m., 200 High St., Comfort – A caller reported a teen was assaulted at the school.

12:33 p.m., Hwy. 46 E. & Voss – A longhorn was lollygagging on the side of the road.

1:40 p.m., 100 Joey – A caller complained a company had the road closed and she was unable to get home.

1:45 p.m., I-10 mile 536 – A caller complained trash was falling out of an 18-wheeler and was scattered all over the road, but a deputy found no trace of debris.

3:09 p.m., 200 FM 474 – A woman reported someone punctured and contaminated her water bottles and made her son sick.

4:27 p.m., 100 Ranch Dr. – A couple of horses went for a stroll.

5:56 p.m., 100 Point Road – After a woman asked deputies to remove a woman and her son who were sitting on her property, EMS was called and took the pair to the ER.

6:33 p.m., 1000 S. Hwy. 87, Comfort – When deputies caught up to a reported reckless driver, they learned the elderly man had a medical problem and called for EMS.

8:52 p.m., 500 Waring-Welfare Road – A caller reported a previous assault and offered a video of the incident.

Deputies also made 21 traffic stops, assisted the public four times and an EMS crew once, investigated two 911 hang-up calls, worked one non-injury wreck and handled two reckless driver reports, one traffic hazard, two animal calls, one civil matter, seven security checks and one false alarm.

May 30

10:47 a.m., I-10 mile 536 – A driver reported he struck tire debris on the road and it loosened some parts of his vehicle.

1:21 p.m., Marquardt & FM 1376 – Four goats were gadding about on the road.

3:08 p.m., Nollkamper Road – A woman wanted the fox her dogs attacked tested for rabies.

3:12 p.m., 100 N. Stonegate – A woman asked deputies to come remove the Texas speedbump (aka armadillo) from her back yard.

3:14 p.m., N. Hwy. 87, Comfort - A caller wanted help with the injured bird she found outside a chicken restaurant.

4 p.m., 100 Timber Mountain Drive – A man reported his son had been in a wreck involving road rage and was injured.

10:18 p.m., I-10 mile 538 – During a traffic stop, one person was arrested.

11:43 p.m., 200 Scarlet Ridge – After Tom Green County officials asked deputies to serve a warrant for them, a woman was arrested.

Deputies also made 23 traffic stops, assisted the public twice, investigated one suspicious person and one suspicious, worked five non-injury wrecks, attempted to serve four warrants and handled two welfare checks, six reckless driver reports, five civil matters, two animal calls, 12 security checks and two false alarms.

May 31

12:11 a.m., 100 S. FM 3351 - Deputies found no sign of whoever a woman said was trying to break into her house.

1:05 a.m., 400 Johns Road - A man reported the lights were still on at the baseball field.

5:10 a.m., 100 Ten West Drive - A man said it sounded like someone was sawing up the inside of his RV, but deputies found nothing amiss.

9:42 a.m., 100 Cantina Sky - A caller complained about people riding golf carts in the subdivision.

10:05 a.m., 300 S. FM 3351 - A man reported his fence was damaged.

10:29 a.m., 100 Amber Drive, Comfort - A woman was upset about a pfishing email claiming to have pornographic pictures of her.

12:40 p.m., 400 Paradise Point - A man said his security cameras recorded someone on his back porch last night.

2:18 p.m., 100 Sabine - A man reported fraud on his business account by a former employee.

Deputies also made seven traffic stops, assisted the public twice and another law enforcement agency twice, investigated two suspicious vehicles, worked two non-injury wrecks, attempted to serve two warrants and handled three traffic hazards, three animal calls, one civil matter, three security checks and three false alarms.

June 1

12:15 a.m., 100 Pankratz Road - A caller reported someone was shooting a rifle from a vehicle.

8:09 a.m., I-10 mile 532 - During a traffic stop, a man and a woman were arrested.

11:21 a.m., 100 Allen Road - A couple were reported arguing and started swinging at one another.

12:17 p.m., 700 FM 473 - A nanny and her five kids were reported about to get out of their unfenced yard.

12:44 p.m., 100 Mountain Top Drive - a woman asked for help with a fox on her property.

2:25 p.m., 100 FM 474 - A caller reported getting seven of the inch-long nails that were all over the road in his tire.

2:46 p.m., 600 FM 474 - After a couple of teens said they were stuck on the side of the river and their group left them, an adult from the group explained they went to buy night-time equipment and would retrieve the panicked teens.

10:45 p.m., N. Hwy. 87, Comfort - A woman was arrested during a traffic stop.

Deputies also made 25 traffic stops, assisted the public three times and an EMS crew twice, checked out three suspicious vehicles and a 911 hang-up call, worked two non-injury wrecks and handled two welfare checks, three reckless driver reports, two traffic hazards, seven animal calls, one civil matter, two security checks and five false alarms.

June 2

12:14 a.m., 100 Sky View Drive - A caller said her dad was drunk and causing a disturbance.

1:18 a.m., 31800 I-10 - The two suspicious guys a deputy saw jumping a fence were actually part of a cleaning crew.

8:58 a.m., Staudt St. - Jailers asked for help when an inmate was getting out of control.

11:20 a.m., 900 E. Hwy. 46 - A security service reported seeing two trespassers on video.

1:26 p.m., 35000 I-10 - A store manager reported a customer was filming him and throwing things on the ground.

2:47 p.m., 400 Edge Falls Road - A woman complained when she told the trespassers about the warning signs, they ignored her and kept going to the water.

3:31 p.m., 30700 I-10 - A security service reported a man and woman were seen on a live feed opening vehicle doors.

4:24 p.m., I-10 mile 539 - A deputy moved the mattress resting on the road off to the side.

7:16 p.m., FM 1376 & Walnut Grove Rd. - A longhorn went loitering on the road again.

Deputies also made 31 traffic stops, assisted the public twice, worked two non-injury wrecks and handled five reckless driver reports, one traffic hazard, four animal calls, one civil matter, five security checks and three false alarms.

June 3

5:05 a.m., Staudt St. – A woman turned herself in at the county jail.

7:33 a.m., Staudt St. – A man with warrants turned himself in at the jail.

10:03 a.m., 100 Hunters View Circle – A woman discovered fraudulent charges on her bank account.

11:27 a.m., 300 E. Hwy. 46 – A caller reported a dead horse was lying in a pasture.

12:07 a.m., 400 W. Bandera – A caller reported a sign-holding man said he was accepting donations for God and told him he tried to get a soliciting permit, but was denied because of past felony charges.

1:22 p.m., 100 Little Joshua Creek Road – A woman complained she was being harassed by scam text messages.

6:54 p.m., I-10 mile 525 – A deputy hauled off the big tire that was creating a traffic hazard.

7:31 p.m., Walnut Grove Lane – A woman complained she was being harassed by her ex-boyfriend despite a no-contact order.

Deputies also made 15 traffic stops, assisted the public five times and another law enforcement agency once, investigated two suspicious vehicles, attempted to serve one warrant and handled one welfare check, four reckless driver reports, one traffic hazard, one animal call, nine security checks and three false alarms.

June 4

2:32 a.m., 200 N. FM 3351 – After a man complained about the suspicious banging and lights on at a neighbor’s property, deputies learned they were landscapers delivering mulch.

4:01 a.m., N. Hwy. 87, Comfort – During a traffic stop, the driver took off running and barricaded herself in a nearby hotel room, but was found and arrested.

7:42 a.m., Byron Drive – The suspicious fellow a caller saw disappear into the woods turned outto be a guy working on a radio tower.

8:03 a.m., 400 W. Hwy. 46 – EMS was called for a woman injured in a traffic crash.

7:59 a.m., 100 January Lane – A caller asked for help ridding her house of the ‘possums that tried to take up residence.

10:29 a.m., 100 White Water Road – Comal officials reported a woman there said she was assaulted by her father.

10:56 a.m., 500 FM 473 – A woman reported her neighbor’s dogs killed a kitten on her property.

2:12 p.m., 500 Waring-Welfare Road – After a man turned in the purse he found in the road, deputies located its owner and returned it.

2:57 p.m., 200 S. FM 3351 – EMS was called for injuries when a cement truck overturned.

3:17 p.m., Treiber Lane – A man complained his estranged wife was hacking their iCloud account and locking his access to it.

5:34 p.m., Green Cedar – A man wanted deputies to come calm down his drunk wife.

6:51 p.m., Pasadera – A woman reported several men, whom she knew but didn’t consider friends, opened her garage door and were going through things there and suspected they had her missing keys.

7:55 p.m., 300 Kreutzberg Road – A man reported he chased off a trespasser and his dog.

9:52 p.m., 100 Cordova – After a caller reported people in a house with flashlights left with a bunch of stuff in the back of their pickup, deputies found forced entry through a gate.

Deputies also made 13 traffic stops, assisted the public five times and another law enforcement agency once, investigated a 911 hang-up call, worked six non-injury wrecks and handled one animal call, six security checks and four false alarms.