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6/7/10 Lufkin Police reports

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Assault,4200 Block South Medford Drive: At approximately 11:00 P.M. on Sunday, June 6, 2010, Lufkin Police Department Officers responded to a business located in the 4200 block of South Medford Drive in reference to a disturbance that had occurred in the business' parking lot.  According to the report, a complainant stated to the responding Officers that her boyfriend assaulted her by twisting her arm and pulling her hair.  The report stated that the suspect fled the area prior to the complainant contacting Lufkin Police Department and that the incident was referred for further investigation.

Burglary/Vehicle,1000 Block Ellis Avenue: At approximately 8:20 P.M. on Sunday, June 6, 2010, a Lufkin Police Department Officer located a burglarized-vehicle in the parking lot of a business located in the 1000 block of Ellis Avenue.  According to the report, the actor(s) forced entry onto the vehicle by breaking a window and removed from the vehicle a GPS device.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

Theft, 200 Block East Denman Avenue: At approximately 8:30 P.M. on Sunday, June 6, 2010, a complainant reported to Lufkin Police Department that an unidentified suspect stole the complainant's mobile telephone from within the complainant's residence located in the 200 block of East Denman Avenue.  According to the report, the complainant stated to the responding Officers that the suspect, who he knows only by a first name, stole the complainant's mobile telephone and left the residence prior to the complainant contacting Lufkin Police Department.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation. 

Assault,1900 Block South First Street: On Sunday, June 6, 2010, a complainant reported to Lufkin Police Department that on Saturday, June 5, 2010, he was assaulted outside of a bar located in the 1900 block of South First Street.  According to the report, the complainant stated to the responding Officer an unidentified male subject punched the complainant without provocation, causing the complainant to lose consciousness.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

Theft,700 Block Lazy Oaks Street: On Sunday, June 6, 2010, a complainant reported to Lufkin Police Department that earlier that date his estranged wife stole his mobile telephone.  According to the report, the complainant stated to the responding Officer that, after removing the telephone from within his residence, located in the 700 block of Lazy Oaks Street, the suspect used the telephone to send a text message to the complainant's girlfriend.  The report stated that the suspect stated to the responding Officer that she did not steal the telephone and that the complainant sent the message to his girlfriend.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

Assault,100 Block East Laurel Avenue: On Sunday, June 6, 2010, a complainant reported to Lufkin Police Department that earlier that date her ex-boyfriend assaulted her outside of a residence located in the 100 block of East Laurel Avenue.  According to the report, the complainant stated to the responding Officer that the suspect pushed her during an argument but she did not suffer any injury.  The report stated that the complainant was referred to the Lufkin City Attorney's Office to sign a complaint concerning the reported Class C Misdemeanor assault.

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