11/18/09 Lufkin Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

11/1187/09 Lufkin Police Report

Burglary/vehicle, 500 block Gaslight Boulevard: Complainant reported that her purse was stolen from her vehicle Tuesday night.

Theft, 100 Block South End Street: Complainant reported that his wife heard a noise outside early Wednesday morning and saw a man stealing their ladder.

Criminal mischief, 1100 block, Denman Street:  Officers responding to a burglary alarm early Wednesday morning found that a window on a business had been broken out and the phone lines had been cut.  The business was not entered and no suspects were found in the area.

 Assault, 2500 block John Redditt Drive: Complainant reported that his live-in companion pulled a knife on him and threatened him during an argument Tuesday morning.

Harassment, 700 Block York Drive: Complainant reported that an ex-boyfriend continues to text her, leave notes and show up at her home after being told to stop contacting her.

Criminal Mischief, 3500 Block S First Street: Complainant reported that his pickup was keyed all down one side by an unknown person Tuesday.

Criminal Mischief, 300 Block Leon Street: Complainant reported that an unopened soft drink was thrown through the window of her residence Tuesday afternoon.

Burglary, 4600 Block S Medford Drive: Complainant reported that two speakers were stolen from her car Monday night.

Theft, 500 Block Montrose Street: Complainant reported that some cash was stolen from her purse Tuesday morning.  An unknown man was seen in the area during the time the money was taken.

Theft, 200 Block Bonita Street: Complainant reported that a computer, some jewelry and miscellaneous personal items were stolen from her home.  Her adult son’s clothes were also missing and she believes he took them and the other items as well.

Criminal Mischief, 1300 Block N Medford Drive: Complainant reported that a large plate glass window was broken out on a business over the weekend.

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