4/6/10 Nacogdoches Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

4/6/10 Nacogdoches Police Report

Burglary of a habitation; 200 Oakhill Plaza. Known suspects entered a residence and assaulted a male and a female. They also damaged the apartment. Warrants requested.

Terroristic threat; 800 block of Lucas Street. A known suspect threatened the complainant while displaying a firearm. Warrant requested.

Hindering secured creditor; 700 block of North University Drive. The complaining store reported that known suspects had pawned items that were being rented from the store.

Sexual assault; 312 West Main. Complainant called npd from another city stating that a 13 year old female was sexually assaulted while in Nacogdoches several months ago.

Burglary of a vehicle; 100 block of Old Line Drive. Complainant's unlocked vehicle was entered and a purse stolen.

Harassment; 200 block of Bowie Street. Complainant has been receiving text messages from a known suspect after being told not to do so.

Burglary of a habitation; 200 block of East Spradley. A residence was entered and some cash was removed. Entry was forced to the residence.

Theft; 4300 block of Se Stallings drive. Two known suspects took items from dollar general without paying for them. Warrants requested.

Theft; 1900 block of Coleman Street. An orange and brown next chaos bicycle was stolen from the front yard.

Theft; 600 block of North University drive. Complainant received a telephone call from an individual stating that an aquaintance was in jail. Complainant wired money to another state, supposedly for bail. The call was false.

Possession of marijuana; 300 block of West Austin. Suspect was stopped on traffic charges. Officers observed suspected marijuana in plain view in the vehicle. The driver was arrested.

 

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