10/28/09 Lufkin Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

10/28/09 Lufkin Police Report

Sex Offenses/Other, Complainant reported that she was sexually assaulted by a known suspect Tuesday night when she went to his home with him.     

Retaliation, 300 Block Cousart Street: Complainant reported that a known suspect threatened her Tuesday evening for filing criminal charges on him in the past.

Burglary, 400 Block N Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that the stereo was stolen from her unlocked car while she was shopping Tuesday evening.

Credit Card Abuse, 200 Block Trailwood Street:  Complainant reported that an unknown person has made two purchases in Ohio using his credit card information.

Burglary, 1200 Block Jane Street: Complainant reported that her home was broken into Tuesday and two video game consoles and several video game discs were stolen.

Burglary/Habitation, 1200 Block Southwood Drive: Complainant reported that his home was broken into Tuesday and a television and a laptop computer were stolen.

Unauthorized Use of, 1100 Block S Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that her rental vehicle was stolen last weekend.  The complainant allowed an acquaintance to drive the car and it was never returned.

Criminal Mischief, 3500 Block S First Street: Complainant reported that someone poured sugar in her car's gas tank Tuesday.

Theft, 1200 Block W Frank Street: Complainant reported that she took her wedding ring set off last Thursday to put lotion on her hands and forgot the rings on a desk at her workplace.  When she had someone check on them hours later the rings were missing.

Forgery/Counterfeit, 300 Block S Chestnut Street: Complainant reported that an unknown person passed s forged check at their store in early September.  The check had been reported stolen from Beaumont.

Unauthorized Use of, 200 Block S Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that his son allowed a cousin to borrow the complainant's pickup Monday night.  The cousin passed out at a party and someone took the truck without permission.  The truck was recovered unoccupied on Walker's Loop Tuesday.    

                                                                                                                                                     

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