11/6/2010 Lufkin Police Report

11/06/10 BURGLARY/HABITATION        200 Block of JUDITH ST

Man reported that he and his wife were asleep in their home, when they were awaken by a male subject trying to remove his wallet from his pants in his bedroom.  The man reported that the subject fled when he yelled at him.  The subject apparently entered the home by prying the back door and over $100.00 was reported to be missing from a purse.

11/05/10 THEFT/A                                        1300 Block of N FIRST

Man reported that the air conditioner's condenser was stolen at his vacant rent house.

11/05/10 THEFT/FELONY                          1800 Block of OLD MILL RD

Man reported that an employee took over $2,000 cash from an envelope in his truck, and when he confronted him about it, the employee fled on foot with the money.

11/05/10 DISORDERLY CONDUCT          700 Block of RICKS

Woman reported that a neighbor became upset for unknown reasons and shouted obscenities at her in front of her two year old daughter.

11/05/10 THEFT                                            900 Block of PERSIMMON

Man reported that over $7,000 in jewelry had been taken from his deceased grandmother's home.

11/05/10 BURGLARY/HABITATION        900 Block of WEAVER ST

Women reported that sometime during the morning, someone had stolen a television from her home.

11/05/10 FORGERY/COUNTERFEIT      1100 Block of S TIMBERLAND

Restaurant manager reported two counterfeit ten dollar bills had been acquired recently from unknown customer(s).

11/05/10 FRAUD                                           1100 Block of S TIMBERLAND

Woman reported that she was told by a restaurant employee that the ten dollar bill she attempted to purchase breakfast with was a fake and contacted police who confirmed the bill was counterfeit.

11/05/10 BURGLARY/VEHICLE               200 Block of E DENMAN

Woman reported that sometime overnight, someone burglarized her vehicle parked in her apartment complex parking lot by breaking a left side window.  Approximately $700.00 in stereo equipment was reported stolen, and approximately $500.00 in damages to the vehicle reported.