New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 19, 1991, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6Records Herald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, December 19,1991 Blotter Officers of the New Braunfels Police Department responded to the following calls. Unfounded reports are not included. Tuesday Morning Dec. 17 7:40 — Accident report/property damage; Common Street at Union Avenue; Officer R. Bell. 7:43 — Traffic stop/citation; Texas 46 at Alves Lane; Officer J. Wommack. 9:30 — Report on forgery; Handy Andy grocery; Officer M. Garcia. 10:19 — Accident report on private property; Comal Bowl; Officer M. Garcia. 10:49 — Accident report on private property; Texaco Pit Stop; Officer M. Garcia. 11:43 — Report on found property; 1500 block of U.S. 81 East; Officer R. Bell. Tuesday afternoon 1:45 p.m. — Report on warrant served; Comal County Sheriff’s Department; Officer M. Garcia. 3:27 — Report on speak with officer; HOO block of Interstate 35 West; Officer M. Osborne. 3:41 — Report on burglary of habitation; 800 block of Holly Street; Officer M. Garcia. 4:23 — Report on follow-up investigation; Radio Shack; Officer M. Osborne. Tuesday evening 6:46 — Report on disturbance; 2500 block of Katy; Officer D. Conran. 7:08 — Report on canine use/track; 2500 block of Katy; Officer S. Lange. 8:10    —    Misdemeanor arrest/prowler, 2200 block of Bridge Street; Officer R. Benitez. 8:48 — Accident report on private property; 259 Trade Center Drive/Jim’s Video; Officer G. Dugger. Wednesday morning Dec. 18 12:25 a.m. — Report On canine use; Officer S. Gremmer. Fire Calls The New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and Fire Department responded to the following calls: Tuesday Dec. 17 4.26 a.m. — EMS; Oak Crest Convalescent Center to McKenna Memorial Hospital; medical emergency 7:46 — EMS; River Park Apartments to McKenna; medical emergency. 10:22 — NBFD; 161 Green Valley East; smoke odor scare 11:30 — NBFD. Wagner Road at Royal Forest; tanker to assist Canyon Lake VFD (abandoned trailer fire). 12:42 p.m. — EMS; McKenna to Humana Hospital, San Antonio; emergency transfer. 1:59 — EMS; 2000 block of West Bridge Street to McKenna; medical emergency (assisted by NBFD). 2:32 — EMS; McKenna to Humana Hospital, San Antonio; emergency transfer. 3:49 — NBFD; 415 Timber Hollow/OakRun School; acetylene boule fire. Kopplin accepts Dimmit County agent position Warren Koppim has accepted the position of Dimmn County extension agent-agriculiure. according to a joint announcement by County Judge Rodrigo Guerra and Ed Koliba, db stria extension director. Koppim begins his duties in Carrizo Springs on Jan. I. He previously was assistant agent* agriculture in Comal County for two and a half years A native of Three Rivers, he holds a bachelor s degree rn agricultural business and will soon finish his master s degree in agricultural education from Southwest Texas State University. Kopplin will serve as agricultural program leader in Dimmit County. He also will work closely with 4-H clubs and their leaders and farm and ranch organizations. In Comal County, he was primarily responsible for the 4-H program. He also has completed field crop demonstrations with grain sorghum and corn and helped to coordinate ranch field days on Total Ranch Management and brush control.Stocks NEW YOUK (AP) - Morning Mocks: Higk Loa* Law 63*4 62 A 63k ♦ A AMK Corp AlUedSigaai 36’* 36H 36k !' ALLTEL Cp 36k 35k 35k — A Aa I tor a ll 27k 27k Ama Oil 3Sk 31k 3«k 4- A Ast snuck 63 k 62k 63 k *. 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Money raised by the Toys for Tots campaign this year helped pay for about 60 turkeys and other food that was donated to the food bank. Sponsors of the campaign included New Braunfels Jaycees and Milt Ferguson Motor Company. (Photo by Bill Ervin) West Side residents to hammer out concerns with city By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer Residents of New Braunfels’ west side will attend a second meeting about neighborhood concerns two weeks after a town meeting brought several problems to the surface, a citizen organizer says. “Whatever happens in this neighborhood will eventually infiltrate into the other areas of the community,” said Stella Rodriguez, referring specifically to criminal mischief in the area around parts of Katy Street. Rodriguez, who helped arrange the second meeting between city officials and citizens, said it is tentatively scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the Holy Family Church on Hidalgo Ave. After the first meeting, neighbors noticed some immediate attention to the area by city and New Braunfels Uulilies staff. “Even the children noticed it,” Rodriguez said. “They told me. Mom, NBU has been here and we’ve seen them putting up lights'." She said Safe City Commission staff will attend the meeting so that citizens can start a neighborhood safety program. Some residents of a Katy Street apartment complex, who would not give their names for safety reasons, said they need more attention from the police. “The people that live here, they don’t fight, they don’t steal, but it all comes from the outside,” said one woman. She said a group of juveniles seem to cause much of the problem, which includes loitering, fighting and graffiti. “I don’t know if they’re a gang, but they’re always fighting together.” she said.Both she and some male residents of the complex said police response time to their calls is long, and the problem is usually gone by the lime police arrive. “That’s the only thing we need — for the police to keep an eye on the place.” one man said. New Braunfels Police Chief C.R. “Dick” Headen said the police always respond as quickly as possible to calls from the apartments, adding that the department is understaffed and police calls are heavy this time of year. He said the residents there must help the police if they want better results. “We go down there and what they’ve talked about is already gone and nobody will talk to us," he said. “They hide and don’t want to get involved." Headen also said he believes the city does not have a "full-blown" gang problem yet. 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