Lot's of folks with wonderful decorations - drive around and see some of them - they are all over Lakeway. I thought you might want to see a little video of one of the residents homes - yes this is in Lakeway at 519 Ladin Ln. If you go by, the audio is on FM 88.5.
Take family and friends to the Trail of Lights behind City Hall - it is outstanding this year as always.
If you're interested in the Lakeway Police Academy, here's a link to more information - it's a great course and you will learn a lot about police procedures and how they work.
The Brown Bag Luncheons are scheduled for 2018. These are free concerts and are held at the Activity Center. Here is a link to the schedule.
BaylorScott&White was honored this year by the Lake Travis Chamber as Business of the year - here is a link to more info.
It looks like BDS was pretty busy last week too. Here is a link to Ray Miller's report.
From the Chief:
LPD Officers conducted 178 traffic stops, responded to 10 alarm calls, responded to 20 animal calls, responded to 14 collisions, answered 26 suspicious circumstances calls and handled 91 other types of calls for service for a total of 339.
Routine traffic stops resulted in the following charges; Possession of Marijuana X 1, and Possession of a Controlled Substance X 1.
Officers spoke with a victim of a vehicle burglary which had occurred on Mariner Drive. A subject came to the police department and advised that someone had entered their vehicle while it was parked in their driveway on Mariner. A cell phone was taken from the vehicle. Officers filed a report and this case is being investigated by a detective.
In September 2017, Detectives were assigned to investigate a report of Identity Theft in the 2000 block of Lakeway Blvd. According to the complainant, he discovered someone had obtained and used his juvenile daughter’s identifying information to open credit card accounts. Detectives executed several grand jury subpoenas and one electronic search warrant to obtain digital evidence in this case. The evidence indicated the child’s biological mother, who is divorced from the father, was responsible for the identity theft. Detectives were able to obtain an arrest warrant (Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Information, State Jail Felony) for the suspect who remains at large. Detectives are working with the Hays County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension team to locate and apprehend the suspect.
Detectives were assigned to investigate a report of a Theft and subsequent Credit Card Abuse in the 300 block of Jack Nicklaus Drive. According to the victim, she had a piece of furniture delivered to her residence, after the delivery personnel left the residence, the victim noticed her wallet was missing. Detectives were able to identify the suspect, collect several items of evidence, and later obtained a confession from the suspect. Using this evidence, Detectives obtained an arrest warrant (Credit Card Abuse, State Jail Felony) for the suspect who remains at large.
Detectives were assigned to investigate a report of an Assault that was reported in the 300 block of Hurst Creek. According to a report taken by patrol officers, the victim was assaulted by her estranged husband during a visit to his residence. Detectives are in the process of collecting evidence in the case which remains active at this time.
Detectives were assigned to investigate a report of an Assault that was reported in the 300 block of Medical Parkway. According to the victim, she was assaulted by another resident of the facility causing pain/discomfort. Detectives are in the process of collecting evidence in the case which remains active at this time.
That's all for now - I'll update if I find more. Have a GREAT weekend and get out and enjoy the Christmas decorations. Please let your email friends know about the blog if you like it! If you would like to be added to my email list, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get you added! Questions and comments are welcome to that address also!
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