9/14/09 Nacogdoches Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

9/14/09 Nacogdoches Police Report

Aggravated robbery; 1218 Douglass Road (lucky stop). At 11:57 pm last night, a suspect entered the store, exhibited a handgun, and demanded money. The clerk gave the suspect an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect then fled the store on foot, in a northerly direction. The suspect is described as a black male, wearing a blue hoodie with a white stripe down the sleeve, a white ball cap, black jeans with a red bandanna covering his face. Anyone with information on this robbery is encouraged to call crime stoppers at 560-info or send a tip on the web at ncstips.com.

Burglary of a habitation-assault; 400 block of Shawnee Street. A known suspect entered his ex girlfriend's residence without permission on assaulted a male victim who was in the residence. The suspect also assaulted the female owner of the residence with his fist. No serious bodily injury; case under investigation.

Possession of marijuana; 1600 block of east Austin Street. Officers observed a vehicle leaving a residence where officers were attempting a warrant service. Officers stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver, Vincent Latham, who had outstanding warrants from Jefferson County. Officers also found him to be in possession of suspected marijuana. He was arrested.

Criminal trespass; 2200 block of Briargrove Street. Complainant reported a vehicle door standing open. Nothing taken.

Terroristic threat; 400 block of North Street. Complainant reported that a known suspect made verbal threats to the complainant.

Criminal mischief; 1100 block of Northwood Circle. Complainant reported that unknown suspects had egged his vehicle and placed shaving cream on it overnight.

Burglary of a vehicle; 2200 block of Briargrove. Complainant reported that unknown suspects forcibly entered a vehicle and removed a purse from the Fornt seat.

Hit and run; 100 block of North Popp. Unknown suspects hit a yard sign in complainant's yard and failed to stop and give information.

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