Update for Tuesday 09/29/2020
These scanner recordings occurred between Monday and Tuesday morning.
Dublin 1:30 PM
There was a report of a rollover traffic accident on Highland Street. A caller advised that there was one patient that was out of the vehicle and walking around. Dublin PD and EMS were paged to the location. I did not hear of any injuries from this accident.
A deputy performed a traffic stop an arrested a subject who had three warrants out of Comanche County. Two were for unauthorized use of a vehicle and the other was for burglary of a vehicle probation violation.
EMS was paged to the Recreation Center at 610 North Rome for a report of a student that had fallen and had a reported leg injury. EMS did clear the scene with no transport.
There was a report of a minor traffic accident at the intersection of Harbin Drive and Frey Street. No injuries were reported.
There was a report of a male subject on the railroad bridge on the South Loop who was reported to be threatening passing traffic with a knife. This was near Bull Nettle. Officers responded to the location and reported that the subject was walking in the middle of the road. Officers were familiar with this subject. I did not hear any more on this call.
EMS was paged to HEB Grocery for a male subject that was not feeling well.
EMS was paged to the Wal-Mart parking lot for a report of a male subject that was having trouble breathing. EMS Unit 330 did transport the patient to the Stephenville ER.
It was kind of a slow day so I thought I would throw in some Comanche County News. I will be doing this on occasion just for grins.
De Leon 3:44 Am
A caller reported that Prado’s Restaurant at 424 North Texas was on fire. Several fire departments were paged to the location. A deputy arriving on the scene reported that there was nothing showing and asked for the key holder to respond. After making entry to the restaurant is was reported that there was no fire at this location. All units that were not on the scene were disregarded.
There was a report of a vehicle that backed off into Procter Lake at Sowell Creek. A deputy on the scene reported that there was a vehicle in the lake about 15 foot out that was fully submerged but the roof of the vehicle was showing and that a boat was still attached. A wrecker was called to pull both out.
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