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11/4/2010 Lufkin Police Report

THEFT         3300 BLOCK LOTUS LANE

On Wednesday, November 04, 2010, a complaint reported to Lufkin Police Department that between 8:30 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. that date, an unidentified actor(s) stole a bicycle from outside of the complainant's residence, located in the 3300 block of Lotus Lane.  According to the report, the complainant stated that the blue Schwinn Cruiser, twenty-six-inch bicycle was stole from the front porch area of the residence.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

HARASSMENT       1600 BLOCK LONG AVENUE

On Wednesday, November 04, 2010, a female complaint reported to Lufkin Police Department that a known female suspect sent to the complainant harassing and threatening text messages.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

THEFT          2500 BLOCK HOMER ALTO ROAD

On Wednesday, November 04, 2010, a complaint reported to Lufkin Police Department that between 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. that date, an unidentified actor(s) stole an air conditioning unit from outside of the complainant's residence, located in the 2500 block of Homer Alto Road.  The report stated that the incident was referred for further investigation.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF          1000 BLOCK EAST DENMAN AVENUE

On Wednesday, November 04, 2010, a complainant appeared at Lufkin Police Department and reported that at approximately 1:30 P.M. that date an unidentified male suspect kicked a fender of the complainant's vehicle while the vehicle was parked in the 1000 block of East Denman Avenue.  According to the report, the complainant believes that the suspect, a person unknown to the complainant, mistook the complainant for another person; the complainant provided the suspect's description and a description of the suspect's vehicle and its license plate.  The report stated that the responding Lufkin Police Department Officers were unable to locate the suspect, and that the incident was referred for further investigation.

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