Harassment - 1000 block of North University Drive: complainant continues to get harassing calls and text messages from a known suspect. The suspect has been previously warned to stop.
Assault - 900 block of Raguet: officers responded to a disturbance and found that a female suspect had struck a male victim with a picture frame and a jewelry box. The female was arrested.
Aggravated assault - 200 Block of East Lakewood: A male suspect threatened a female victim with a knife during a disturbance. The suspect was arrested.
Possession of a controlled substance - 2100 block of South Street: officers contacted a suspect for a traffic violation. The female was found to be in possession of suspected crack cocaine.
Credit card abuse - 100 block of Old Line Drive: Complainant reported the unauthorized use of his debit card to make a purchase in California.
Burglary of a vehicle - 3800 block of North Street: Complainant reported a vehicle entered and a purse missing. The purse was later recovered, but credit cards and a driver license was missing.
Assault - 1500 block of Looneyville: A suspect punched another without provocation. The suspect was arrested.
Criminal mischief - 100 block of Lelia Street: An unknown suspect scratched profanity in both sides of a vehicle.
Evading arrest - 100 block of South Popp street: Officers attempted to contact the suspect for suspicious activity. The suspect fled on foot and was captured and arrested.
An illegal immigrant who had been on the run for six years after killing three people while driving drunk in an Angelina County wreck has pleaded guilty and accepted an 18-year prison sentence.More >>
Deputies with the Angelina County Sheriff's Office have arrested a Zavalla man accused of leaving his dog in the heat and burning it after it died to avoid allowing investigators to order a necropsy.More >>
It's been nearly two months since many motorists experienced a sticky situation on Lufkin's loop 287. It left nearly 600 cars with damage from tar that lifted from the road after heavy rains.More >>
The internet can be a wonderful resource for kids, but can also pose hazards. With October being National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Huntington Intermediate School is making it a responsibility to teach their students how to be safe online. It’s called Netsmartz and it’s a new program being used to teach children how to safely surf the web. “Netsmartz is an online program that is designed just for kids in a kid friendly way to help kids learn about s...More >>
A pink firetruck traveling down the highway is pretty noticeable. The attention is exactly what volunteers with Pink Heals are seeking.More >>