4/7/10 Nacogdoches Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

4/7/10 Nacogdoches Police Report

Forgery; 1200 block of North Street. Complainant reported that several forged checks had been passed on his account in Nacogdoches.

 

Theft; 200 block of King Street. Complainant met a person online wishing the complainant to ship items to him in another country. After the complainant investigated, it was discovered that the items were being purchased incidental to identity theft and credit card abuse.

 

Possession of marijuana; 400 block of Oakhill Plaza. Suspect was stopped for loud music. Officers found the driver to be in possession of suspected marijuana. The driver was arrested.

 

Possession of a controlled substance; 1700 block of Chandler Street. Officers contacted a suspect behind an address on Chandler Street for suspicious activity. He was found in possession of suspected crack cocaine and was arrested.

 

Criminal mischief; 2800 block of Pearl Street. Complainant reported that an apartment window was broken by unknown means.

 

Dwli; 300 block of east Austin. Suspect was stopped on a traffic violation and found to have a suspended license with a previous conviction. The driver was arrested.

 

Theft; 3200 block of South Street. $55.00 in gasoline was taken without paying.

 

Theft; 1200 block of North Street. A suspect in a van pumped $82.50 in gasoline and left without paying.

 

Criminal mischief; 3200 block of Pearl Street. A rear window was broken on a vehicle. Nothing was taken.

 

Identity theft; 3900 block of Oak Creek. Complainant reported that unknown suspects used their identity to make unauthorized purchases.

 

Forgery; 3700 block of South Street. A counterfeit check was passed at a business.

 

Identity theft; 100 block of Old Line Drive. An unknown suspect used complainant's social security number to obtain a credit card.

 

Criminal mischief; 3500 block of colony creek. Complainant reported that two juveniles had caused damage at a construction site.

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