CRIMINAL MISCH - 600 Block of Angelina Street: Land lord reported a window broken on a building and suspects recently evicted tenants may be responsible.
BURGLARY - 1600 Block of South First - Officers responding to a burglary alarm found the front door glass had been shattered. A keyboard was found to have been stolen from the business.
HARASSMENT - 400 Block of Vine Drive: Man reported that he has been getting non-stop harassing texts, e-mails, and Face book posts from the mother of his child.
BURGLARY - 2400 Block of West Frank Avenue: Woman reported that she returned to her vehicle at the end of her shift to find the driver's side window had been broken out and her purse stolen out of the vehicle.
BURGLARY - 100 Block of Pine crest:Man reported that he returned home to find several firearms and his computer had been stolen.
CRIMINAL MISCH - 800 Block of Pierce: Woman reported that someone broke out the bedroom window on the side of her residence to attempt to gain entry into the residence.
BURGLARY - 1800 Block of Sayers: Woman reported that she returned home to find her door standing open and a DVD player, laptop computer, and a cell phone missing from her home.
Jorvorskie Lane has been a busy man over the past several months. Tuesday, the former Panther and ex-NFL fullback will be in Lufkin helping kids get ready for school.More >>
A field that looked more like a mud pit at Morris Frank Park did not have it's normal visitors Monday. That did not mean that the Lufkin Little League Majors All-Stars were not hard at work.More >>
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced four days ago they will no longer pay for forensic services across the state. DPS will put a price tag on services and charge law enforcement agencies for certain crime lab reports to adjust to state enacted cutbacks. On Monday, two East Texas prosecutors and a sheriff spoke out against the surprising changes brought upon by the agency. Angelina County District Attorney Joe Martin said these changes will...More >>
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced four days ago they will no longer pay for forensic services across the state.More >>
Deputies with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 36-year-old woman in connection to allegations that two children who lived in her home tested positive for meth.More >>
A new building for Stephen F. Austin State University sits across from Johnson Coliseum on University Drive. It houses the Residence Life Operations Unit and the University Printing Services.More >>