3/29/10 Nacogdoches Police report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

3/29/10 Nacogdoches Police report

Criminal mischief; 3000 block of north pecan. Complainant reported that all four of his tires were punctured on a vehicle.

 

Burglary of a vehicle; 1500 block of Sherwood. A stereo was removed from a vehicle that was parked in a carport.

 

Theft; 1600 block of Hansen circle. A bicycle was reported stolen from a yard.

 

Criminal trespass; 1700 block of Michael Street. A vehicle that was unsecured was entered and the glove box gone through.

 

Unauthorized use of a vehicle; 1800 block of springbrook. A 1988 gmc pickup, blue with a tan stripe, and a trailer were stolen from in front of a residence.

 

Assault; 800 block of Evelyn Street. Complainant reported that a known suspect had assaulted her physically. The suspect was gone on arrival, and a warrant has been requested.

 

Assault; 900 block of Third Street. Officers responded to a disturbance. Officers found that a known suspect had choked the complainant during a disagreement. The complainant did not wish to file charges.

 

Burglary of a habitation; 2800 block of Pearl Street. Complainant reported being at home when two black male suspects entered the residence armed with a shotgun and a pistol. Complainant stated that the men demanded marijuana and money. The complainant gave them a small amount of marijuana and an undetermined amount of cash.

 

Possession of marijuana-controlled substance-dangerous drug; 1300 block of spokane. Officers contacted the suspect on a suspicious vehicle call. Officers smelled burning marijuana in the car, and codeine cough syrup and some prescription medication were located. The suspect was arrested.

 

Aggravated assault; 200 block of east seale. The victim, Patrick Hall, had flagged the suspect down. During a disturbance, the suspect, Calvin Davis, shot hall once in the back with a .380 handgun. Davis fled the scene, but was located and arrested. Hall went to the hospital and had no life threatening injury-surgery not required. Officers still investigating the incident.

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