12/29/09 Lufkin Police report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

12/29/09 Lufkin Police report

Assault, 1400 block Slack Street: Complainant reported that her son-in-law hit her several times during a disturbance early Tuesday morning.

Theft, 1200 block S. Chestnut Street: Complainant reported that a woman was seen stealing a pair of sunglasses from a store Monday evening.

Assault, 300 block Loop Lane: Complainant reported that he was assaulted by a known suspect who punched him in the eye Sunday morning.

Criminal mischief, 200 block Oak Street: Complainant reported that he was awakened by a loud noise Monday night and found that someone had thrown a rock through the window of his home.

Burglary, 1100 block S. Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that his pickup was broken into Monday night.  A witness saw a black male reaching in through a broken window of the pickup.  The suspect fled and nothing was noted missing but a GPS unit had been moved from the windshield to the floor of the vehicle.

Burglary, 1900 block Paul Avenue: Complainant reported that the back door of her home was damaged Monday in an apparent break-in attempt.  The home was not entered but the door frame was split.

Fraud, 300 block E. Shepherd Avenue: Complainant reported that she learned that an unknown person has been using her social security number to work at a Lufkin business.

Disturbance/domestic, 1800 block Sayers Street: Complainant reported disorderly conduct by a known suspect who cursed her out Monday afternoon over a landlord/tenant matter.      

Theft, 700 block Ellis Street: Complainant reported that a known suspect had been stealing her pain medications.                                                                                                                                                                       

Burglary, 100 block Laurel Avenue: Complainant reported that the stereo, some hand tools and two auto batteries were stolen from his pickup over the Christmas holidays.

Burglary/building, 900 block N. First Street: Complainant reported that a vacant rental house was broken into over the holidays and three power tools were stolen.

Burglary, 2200 block S. First Street: Complainant reported that a radar detector, a CD case and a bag containing his prescription medications were stolen from his unlocked car Monday morning.

Fraud, 200 block Lufkin Avenue: Complainant reported an unauthorized transaction was made on her debit card by a known suspect.

Burglary, 800 block N. Medford Drive: Complainant reported that an unlocked building was entered over the long holiday weekend and a large shop vacuum was stolen. A vehicle parked nearby was also broken into and the stereo was stolen.

Criminal mischief, 100 block Kerr Avenue: Complainant reported that his van was egged by unknown persons Sunday. Complainant reported that this is an ongoing problem and happened other times.

Burglary/vehicle, 1500 block W. Frank Street: Complainant reported that several cases of assorted janitorial supplies were stolen from a delivery truck over the holiday weekend.

Dead on scene, 500 block S. John Redditt Drive: Complainant reported that unattended death of a 56-year-old woman was DOA at a local hospital emergency department Monday morning. Vera Brousard of Lufkin appeared to have died of natural causes.

Burglary, 1400 block N. Raguet Street: Complainant reported that a Peterbilt truck was broken into over the long holiday weekend and two broken CB radios and some tools were stolen.

Assault/aggravated, 600 block Newsom Street: Complainant reported that she was assaulted by a known female suspect during a disturbance early Monday morning. A male at the scene then attacked her with a knife, cutting her on the hand. The victim was treated for a laceration to her hand and bloody nose.

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