4/17/10 Nacogdoches Police report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

4/17/10 Nacogdoches Police report

Theft - 4500 N University: Subject over a period of two weeks has been taking tools out of the complainant's tool box.

Assault - 800 Townsend: A married couple got into an argument and one pushed the other down to the ground.

DWLI - 4400 N University: A subject was stopped for a traffic violation and computer check showed that her driver's license was suspended.

Narcotics - 1900 Berry Drive Recovered: A small bag of marijuana was found in the entry way to the business.

 BMV - 4700 N University:  Unk Subject entered complainant's unlocked vehicle and took her wallet.

Assault/ Criminal Mischief - 600 S Pecan: Officers were contacted by a subject who stated his ex-wife slapped him several times at his son's birthday party and then broke the outside mirror to his car.

Assault - 1100 E Main: Complainant contacted officers and stated that she broke up with her boyfriend.  He became upset and pushed her.

Possession of Marijuana - 500 King Street: Officers contacted a subject and arrested him on a warrant.  A bag of marijuana was found in his pocket.

BMV - 2100 Pearl: Unk subject broke out a car window and fled the area when the police arrived.    

Possession of a controlled substance - 100 Elm: Officers stopped a subject for a traffic violation.  Subject was acting nervous and allowed officers to search her vehicle.  Officers located cocaine in the vehicle.  She was arrested.

Theft - 400 Martha: Complainant stated unknown subject stole his lawnmower.

Criminal Mischief - 500 North: Unk subject damaged the bank's ATM machine.

Delivery of Controlled Substance/Theft - 2800 North: A known subject entered the store and stole several items.  The subject then came back into the store and gave the clerk two pills stating that was payment for the items. 

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