Chief Priest’s Weekly Update

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



If you are reading this, you will be “in the know” about police happenings in Lytle. You can’t even put a dollar value on all that knowledge. Our officers kept busy this past week with 68 calls for service. The Lytle Vet Clinic reported that an unknown person broke into a shed. An old lawnmower and weed eater were stolen. […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, Your Lytle PD officers handled 54 calls for service. It wasn’t too busy. Fortunately, the Strawberry Festival in Poteet doesn’t have much impact on us. I hear they had a huge crowd. I don’t mind a little “festival” now and then, but that event is too high-speed for me. Onto the dreaded property crimes. We work […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



A Hester Street resident reported that a green go-cart valued at $1,300 was taken from his front yard. It died on him and he couldn’t move it out of view; our crooks would have had to load it onto something. A South Somerset St. resident reported that somebody took the bumper off his 2008 Infiniti sedan. I guess it’s easier […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, Last week provided a nice “break in the action” from our recent weather event. While we handled 54 service calls, only 3 were property crimes and no one went to jail. The biggest crime was a vehicle burglary at Mc- Donald’s, an employee left work to find that his stereo was removed from his unlocked vehicle. […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Though we only had 45 calls, this last week was filled with police activity. Tragedy struck last Tuesday when officers were dispatched to IH-35 for an accident. Sadly, a 17-year-old male, who was the sole occupant, did not survive the one-vehicle collision. It has been many years since we had a fatality collision investigation. Lt. Dear and Cpl. Robison received […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



It’s no surprise that it has been a little slow; people are less active when it’s cold. This even includes those that tend to break the law. The number of calls was below 50 again, with only 48 handled this week. We had one arrest that just missed my last report. Ofc. A. Lopez spotted a fellow on a riding […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, My first weekly report for 2021! It was another light week: only two property crimes and one arrest. Officers handled 52 calls. Officers handled one burglary of a vehicle. It occurred at the NAPA Auto Parts on IH-35. Somebody cut the catalytic converter from one of their delivery vehicles. We have seen a few of these […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, City Offices will be closed on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, in observance of New Year’s Day. Police services will not be impacted by this closure. Well, we had a nice week. Christmas Day was beautiful. We finished up the week with 34 calls. We didn’t really have any activity until Saturday and Sunday. There was one […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, City Offices will be closed Dec. 24- 25 in observance of the Christmas holiday. Police services are not impacted by this closure. Christmas is upon us; this year really flew by. I guess to say there was a lot going on would be an understatement. Our officers handled 47 calls for service last week, so the […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Hello from Lytle PD, This last week we handled 54 calls for service. Our department did not take anyone to jail, so no arrests for this past week. We did take four reports of property crimes. On Monday, West Texas Gas (FM 2790 E.) reported that a catalytic converter was cut off of a 2013 Chevy P/U. The vehicle had […]


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