Weather and Police Report

THE WEATHER

High yesterday was 55°   The low this morning was 23°

(It was 20° at the El Rancho Notso)

Today: Mostly cloudy with a high of only 31° today. To make it more miserable, the 15 mph N-NE wind will bring the wind chill values down to between 10 and 20°. 

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming clear with a low around 19° and wind chills to between 8 and 13° as the north wind blows 10-15 mph and gusts to 25.

Saturday: Sunny again, but with a high of only about 38° andwind chill values of 9 to 19° as N-NE wind blows 5-10 mph most of the day.

The weekend will see Saturday night lows to 18° with E-NE wind around 5 mph. Sunday it will warm up a little with the high getting up to 46° with the wind shift to southerly. Sunday night will get down to 33, but Monday it will be up to 64° in the afternoon.

THE BLOTTER

Lampasas Police Dept. blotter shows this minor accident in the 1700 block of E. CTE last evening about 7:10pm.

There were two arrests made yesterday with 59 yr old Margaret Rendon Marez arrested in the 400 block of E. 7th on a Georgetown PD warrant for theft, less than $2,500, with two or more convictions. That took place at 11:34am yesterday.Another arrest took place at 1:24pm in the 1100 block of E Ave F where a 45 yr old Lampasas man was arrested on a municipal court warrant for “public nuisance-rubbish.”

Lampasas Sheriff’s Dept. Blotter for Wednesday show

Copperas Cove Police report another robbery. On Tuesday at 7:22pm they responded to Action Pawn on E. Hwy (business) 190 where four suspects had entered the store with handguns and ordered all employees to get on the ground. One of the suspects grabbed one of the employees and demanded money. All of the suspects were described as being black males wearing hoodies, masks and gloves and carrying backpacks. All four of them exited through the back of the store with merchandise and cash. Police, and Crime Stoppers are asking for help in solving this case. You can earn up to $1,000 for clues leading to an arrest and prosecution. Call 254-547-1111.

The Burn Ban is in effect.