Chief Priest’s Weekly Update

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 […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, We closed out the last week of November with 36 calls. We made two arrests and took three reports of property crimes. We also cited and released a couple of men for fighting in public. Our first arrest occurred during the early hours of Monday, Nov. 23. Sgt. Hanson responded to a residence on FM 2790 […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings, City of Lytle garbage customers will not be serviced on Thursday due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Your trash will be picked up the following day, Friday. City offices will also be closed on Thursday and Friday. It’s time for your weekly “quick peek” into Lytle PD activity. I’ll throw in some general Lytle information as well as an occasional […]

Chief Priest’s Report – Lytle



Greetings from Lytle PD, We only had one theft/property crime reported last week for a shoplifter at H-E-B Plus and it happened on Sunday evening. The guy walked out with two cases of beer. He didn’t get very far; Capt. Reyes stopped his vehicle just down the street. That was one of the 54 total calls we had for the […]

Chief Priest’s Weekly Report

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Greetings from Lytle PD, I can taste Thanksgiving dinner already; it sure is hard to believe it is November. On to the important stuff: we had 51 calls for service last week, all in all. It was slow. Last Monday morning started strangely; we had two vehicle burglaries reported. The first one happened at John Lott Park. Our victim was […]

Chief Priest’s Weekly Report



Greetings from Lytle PD, A week of cooler weather and 52 service calls. Property crimes were “light” this week. John’s Small Engine repair reported the theft of a lawnmower valued at $50. If I was going to steal a lawnmower, I wouldn’t pick an old one that was at the repair shop. From stealing an “old one” to stealing a […]


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