Assault, 700 Block Kiln Street: At approximately 7:30 P.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2010, a known male subject assaulted a female victim at the victims residence, located in the 700 Block of Kiln Street. According to the report, the male subject assaulted the victim, his girlfriend and the mother of his child, by grabbing and shaking her and the male subject disconnected the home telephone when the victim stated that she was calling Law Enforcement. The report stated that the victim used her mobile telephone to contact Lufkin Police Department, that the victim was not injured, and that the male subject fled the scene prior to Officers arriving at the residence.
Assault, 1500 Block Atkinson Drive: At approximately 6:30 P.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2010, a known male subject assaulted a male victim at the subjects' shared residence, located in the 1500 block of Atkinson Drive. According to the report, the victim was watching television with another friend when the suspect, without warning, attacked him. The report stated that the victim's injuries were a scratch to the inside of his left arm and a fingernail mark on his left shoulder blade, and that the incident may have occurred as a result of the suspect mistaking the victim for someone else.
Assault, 300 Block Humason Avenue: At approximately 10:30 A.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2010, a known male subject assaulted a female victim at their shared residence, located in the 300 Block of Humason Avenue. According to the report, the male subject assaulted the victim, his girlfriend, by holding her wrists, forcing her arms behind her back, and using his fist to strike her mouth. The report stated that the responding officer did not observe injury to the victim's mouth and that the suspect had previously received deferred adjudication in Angelina County for the offense of Assault, Family Violence.
Assault, 100 Block Jodie Avenue: At approximately 12:30 A.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2010, a physical altercation occurred between two intoxicated male subjects at a residence located in the 100 Block of Jodie Avenue. According to the report, the first subject stated that he and the second subject were drinking together when the altercation occurred but the second subject stated that the altercation occurred when he discovered the first subject attempting to steal tools from his residence. The report stated that both subjects were intoxicated and both complained of minor injuries and pain.
Assault, 100 Block Pinewood Circle: At approximately 12:00 A.M. on Sunday, January 24, 2010, a physical altercation occurred between a mother and her adult son at a residence located in the 100 Block of Pinewood Circle. According to the report, the altercation occurred after the son turned off his mother's radio. The report stated that the mother yelled at the son and the son pushed the mother away from him, causing her to strike a chair. The report stated that the mother complained of a scratch to her leg but the responding officer did not observe any injury, and that a witness, the mother's daughter, stated that the mother refused to turn down the music so that everyone else in the residence could sleep and that the mother fell against the chair because she was intoxicated.
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A field that looked more like a mud pit at Morris Frank Park did not have it's normal visitors Monday. That did not mean that the Lufkin Little League Majors All-Stars were not hard at work.More >>
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced four days ago they will no longer pay for forensic services across the state. DPS will put a price tag on services and charge law enforcement agencies for certain crime lab reports to adjust to state enacted cutbacks. On Monday, two East Texas prosecutors and a sheriff spoke out against the surprising changes brought upon by the agency. Angelina County District Attorney Joe Martin said these changes will...More >>
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced four days ago they will no longer pay for forensic services across the state.More >>