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COPY-5/12/09 Lufkin Police Report

Robbery, Sayers at North Street: Complainant reported that he was walking down the street when two men dressed all in red jumped him and took his wallet.  They took his money from the wallet and left it behind before fleeing on bicycles.  No further description of the suspects.  

Theft, 400 block Adams Street: Complainant reported that his pocket knife was stolen by a known suspect who sold it to someone else.

Theft, 900 block W. Frank Avenue: Complainant reported that three men stole a 30-pack of beer and several unknown items from a store Monday evening.  The trio left with merchandise in their hands and concealed in their pants before employees could stop them.

Assault, 1800 block W. Frank Avenue: Complainant reported that his step-father punched him in the face during an argument Monday afternoon.

Theft, 100 Block N. Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that a woman was seen stealing pantyhose and an elbow brace from a store Monday afternoon.  The manager got her license number.

Building burglary, 400 block E. Denman Avenue: Complainant reported that payments slipped under a business door over the weekend were stolen.  Three different customers left payments over the weekend and none were there Monday morning when the business opened.

Forgery, 1000 block W. Frank Street: Complainant reported that his common-law wife took checks from his account and forged them without his permission.

Habitation burglary, 2100 block Spence Street: Complainant reported that his air conditioner was pushed into the house and a garden hose inserted into the window and turned on Monday.  The house sustained flood damage estimated to be in the thousands of dollars.

Criminal mischief, 1000 block Ellis Avenue: Complainant reported that the back passenger window of her parked car was broken out by unknown means Monday afternoon.

Vehicle burglary, 600 block N. Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that a ring and a pocket knife were missing from his pickup after he got it back from being repossessed.

Habitation burglary, 100 block Sybil Street: Complainant reported that his home was broken into Monday and his computer was unplugged and knocked over but nothing was noted missing at the time of the report.

Theft, 1200 block E. Denman Avenue: Complainant reported that he did some welding work for a known suspect who took the repaired item but did not pay for the work.

Habitation burglary, 3900 block S. Chestnut Drive: Complainant reported that two orbital sanders, a work light and a saw were stolen from a worksite Saturday.

Fraud, 2500 block S. John Redditt Drive: Complainant reported that her credit cards and debit card were stolen from her purse while it was locked in the trunk of her car Sunday night and used in Nacogdoches by an unknown person. It's unknown how the suspects entered the trunk of the locked car.

Aggravated assault, 700 block North Avenue: Complainant reported that a known suspect took the phone from her when she called 9-1-1 during a disturbance Monday morning.  The suspect bit her on the hand and hit her in the face during the altercation.

Burglary, 2500 block S. John Redditt Drive: Complainant reported that her credit cards were stolen from her purse while it was locked in the trunk of her car Sunday night and the cards have been used several times since. It's unknown how the suspects entered the trunk of the locked car.

Fraud, 200 block Fred Avenue: Complainant reported that several unauthorized on-line purchases have been made using her debit card information. No suspects.

Burglary, 300 block Champions Drive: Complainant reported that an iPod Touch and a GPS unit were stolen from her unlocked car Sunday night.

Burglary, 600 block Windsor Court: Complainants reported that two storage buildings at the high school baseball field were broken into over the weekend and a backpack blower, a trimmer and an edger were stolen.  Additionally, a vending machine was broken into but there was no money in it.  The youth baseball fields were also hit, a vending machine there was broken into and a small amount of change was stolen.  A snow cone vending trailer was broken into and the cash register broken but no money had been left inside.  

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