11/24/09 Lufkin Police report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

11/24/09 Lufkin Police report

Deadly Conduct, 100 Block N First Street:  Complainant reported that a known suspect pointed a handgun at him during a confrontation Monday night.  The suspect was located and no handgun was found on him or in his pickup.

Assault, 3000 Block S First Street:  A couple reported mutual assault Monday night.  The man said she hit him and the woman said he hit her and tore her shirt.  No injuries were reported.

Assault, 2400 Block W Frank Avenue: A couple reported mutual assault Monday night.  The woman said the man grabbed her by the arm and slapped her.  The man said the woman hit him with a pillow and he hit her back with a pillow.  No injuries.

Burglary/Vehicle, 500 Block Montrose Street: Complainant reported that her purse was stolen from her vehicle Monday evening.  There were no signs of forced entry. 

Fraud, 300 Block E Laurel Street:  Complainant reported that a known suspect used a false identity to establish a line of credit for purchases at a store.

Assault/ Sexual: Complainant is a minor who reported that a known adult male suspect had sexual contact with her about three weeks ago.       

Theft, 500 Block N John Redditt Drive: Complainant reported that cash and jewelry items were stolen from her purse at the nursing home where she resides.

Burglary/Vehicle, 800 Block S Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that her car window was broken out and her radar detector was stolen Monday afternoon.

Burglary/Attempt, 1300 Block Paul Street:   Complainant reported that two male suspects were caught on security video trying to break into the office area of a Laundromat Sunday night.  There was some damage to a dryer but nothing was stolen.

Burglary, 1300 Block N Raguet Street: Complainant reported that his mechanic's shop was broken into over the weekend and some tools were stolen.  Two older pickups inside the shop were also tampered with.

Criminal Mischief, 1800 Block Sayers Street:  Complainant reported that he found that someone had poured sugar into the gas tank of his parked car sometime Sunday night.

                                                                               

                                                                                

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