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1/12/10 Lufkin Police report

Burglary/Vehicle, 107 Wilma Street:  Two complainants reported that two vehicles were broken into Monday night and prescription medication, a laptop computer and a handgun were stolen.

 

Burglary/Building, 900 Block S John Redditt Drive: Officers responding to an active alarm around 3am Tuesday found that a store had been broken into and several cell phones had been stolen.

 

Burglary/Building, 4100 Block S Medford Street: An officer on patrol found early Tuesday morning found damage to the rear of a building that was consistent with an attempted break-in.  It did not appear that entry was completed and nothing was noted missing from the building.

 

Assault, Sayers Street:  Complainant reported that a suspect he knows only by a nickname hit him in the face Monday evening, knocking out his "grill".  The suspect then stole the complainant's grill off the ground.  A "grill" is a decorative piece of dental work.

     

Fraud, 200 Block Sybil Street: Complainant reported that she received a collection notice from a power company for someone opening a utility account in Houston using her identifying information without her knowledge or consent.

   

Theft, 900 Block S John Redditt  Drive: Complainant reported that a woman was seen stealing a pair of eyeglass frames from a shop Monday.

 

Robbery, 1100 Block N Timberland Drive: Complainant reported that he was robbed Friday night was he was walking down the street.  Two men and a woman approached him in a car and got out, knocked him to the ground and stole a ring off his finger and the jacket off his back.

 

Harassment, 900 Block Mark Street: Complainant reported that is receiving repeated phone calls from a known suspect who continues to call after being told to stop.

     

Criminal Mischief, 1600 Block S Chestnut Street: Complainant reported that someone sprayed orange paint on two company vehicles over the weekend.

 

Criminal Mischief, 200 Block N First Street: Complainant reported that phone lines and am electric meter were pulled from the back of an office building over the weekend.

      

 

                                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                

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