12/16/09 Lufkin Police report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

12/16/09 Lufkin Police report

Burglary/Vehicle, 200 Block Maplewood Drive: Complainant reported that the stereo and a bank card were stolen from his unlocked vehicle early Wednesday morning.Theft, 200 Block S Medford Drive: Complainant reported internal theft of money by a former employee.

Forgery/Counterfeit, 1700 Block W Frank: Complainant reported that his paycheck was mailed to his old address and someone cashed the check without his authorization.

Burglary/Habitation, 2000 Block Wood Avenue: Complainant reported that her home was broken into while she was away for three weeks and a television was stolen.

Burglary, 400 Block Vine Street: Complainant reported that his car was entered Monday night and a CD player and a radar detector were stolen.

Burglary/Vehicle, 400 Block Lynn Street: Complainant reported that his vehicle was entered Monday night and a checkbook was stolen.   

Theft, 500 Block Lazy Oaks Street: Complainant reported that a known suspect stole her cell phone early Tuesday morning.

Burglary/Vehicle, 1700 Block Frank Avenue: Complainant reported that his pickup was broken into Monday and the stereo was stolen.

Burglary, 1100 Block Moss Street: Complainant reported that his unlocked car was entered Monday night and a handgun and a one pound bag of coffee were stolen.

Fraud, 2200 Block S First Street: Complainant reported from Houston that someone used her identifying information to make some fake checks and passed one of those checks in a store in Lufkin.

Theft, 2500 Block Daniel Mccall Drive: Complainant reported that she forgot her purse in a shopping cart and it was found and turned into lost and found at a store.  When the complainant retrieved her purse some cash was missing from inside.

Fraud, 300 Block Duncan Street: Complainant reported that an unknown person used her name and social security number to obtain satellite television service.

Burglary/Vehicle, 1300 Block Morningside Drive: Complainant reported that three unlocked vehicles parked at his home were entered Monday night and a video game and a cell phone were stolen and one of the stereos was tampered with but not taken.

Theft, 500 Block Humason Avenue: Complainant reported that an inflatable "Dora the Explorer" Christmas decoration was stolen from his yard Monday night.

Burglary/Habitation, 1100 Block Mitchell Road: Complainant reported hearing noises early Monday morning that woke her up.  She got up and checked her home and didn't see anything.  When she went outside Tuesday morning she discovered that a window screen had been removed from her home and the window showed signs of pry marks 

Burglary/vehicle, 900 Block Turner Street:  Complainant reported that his van was entered Monday night and the stereo was stolen.  

Burglary/Vehicle, 400 Block Arizona Avenue:  Complainant reported that a carton of cigarettes and a radar detector were stolen from his unlocked pickup Monday night.                                                                                                                                                                                

Burglary/Vehicle, 200 Block Maplewood Drive: Complainant reported that the stereo and a bank card were stolen from his unlocked vehicle early Wednesday morning.

   

Theft, 200 Block S Medford Drive: Complainant reported internal theft of money by a former employee.

 

Forgery/Counterfeit, 1700 Block W Frank: Complainant reported that his paycheck was mailed to his old address and someone cashed the check without his authorization.

 

Burglary/Habitation, 2000 Block Wood Avenue: Complainant reported that her home was broken into while she was away for three weeks and a television was stolen.

  

Burglary, 400 Block Vine Street: Complainant reported that his car was entered Monday night and a CD player and a radar detector were stolen.

 

Burglary/Vehicle, 400 Block Lynn Street: Complainant reported that his vehicle was entered Monday night and a checkbook was stolen.

          

Theft, 500 Block Lazy Oaks Street: Complainant reported that a known suspect stole her cell phone early Tuesday morning.

 

Burglary/Vehicle, 1700 Block Frank Avenue: Complainant reported that his pickup was broken into Monday and the stereo was stolen.

    

Burglary, 1100 Block Moss Street: Complainant reported that his unlocked car was entered Monday night and a handgun and a one pound bag of coffee were stolen.

Fraud, 2200 Block S First Street: Complainant reported from Houston that someone used her identifying information to make some fake checks and passed one of those checks in a store in Lufkin.

 

Theft, 2500 Block Daniel Mccall Drive: Complainant reported that she forgot her purse in a shopping cart and it was found and turned into lost and found at a store.  When the complainant retrieved her purse some cash was missing from inside.

 

Fraud, 300 Block Duncan Street: Complainant reported that an unknown person used her name and social security number to obtain satellite television service.

 

Burglary/Vehicle, 1300 Block Morningside Drive: Complainant reported that three unlocked vehicles parked at his home were entered Monday night and a video game and a cell phone were stolen and one of the stereos was tampered with but not taken.

 

Theft, 500 Block Humason Avenue: Complainant reported that an inflatable “Dora the Explorer” Christmas decoration was stolen from his yard Monday night.

 

Burglary/Habitation, 1100 Block Mitchell Road: Complainant reported hearing noises early Monday morning that woke her up.  She got up and checked her home and didn’t see anything.  When she went outside Tuesday morning she discovered that a window screen had been removed from her home and the window showed signs of pry marks.

 

Burglary/vehicle, 900 Block Turner Street:  Complainant reported that his van was entered Monday night and the stereo was stolen.

       

Burglary/Vehicle, 400 Block Arizona Avenue:  Complainant reported that a carton of cigarettes and a radar detector were stolen from his unlocked pickup Monday night.

 

                                                                               

                                                                                                                     

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