1/19/2011 Lufkin Police Report - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

1/19/2011 Lufkin Police Report

1/18/11 THEFT/B       100 Block HEMLOCK      

Complainant reported than an electronic tablet was stolen from her home Monday.  There was no sign of forced entry but the complainant reported that a maintenance man had come to do a repair to the home Monday.

1/18/11 THEFT/FELONY      400 Block BENDING OAK ST    

Complainant reported that several pieces of jewelry have been stolen from her home since Christmas.

1/18/11 BURGLARY       1800 Block SUNRISE ST       

Complainant reported that her son's home was broken into Tuesday while he was out of town.  A television and a CD player were stolen.

1/18/11 BURGLARY/VEHICLE       500 Block N MEDFORD DR      

Complainant reported that her car window was broken out and her purse was stolen Tuesday afternoon. 

1/18/11 THEFT/C      100 Block N TIMBERLAND      

Complainant reported that her cigarette case was stolen from her shopping cart while she was grocery shopping Tuesday.  The complainant reported that the case also contained her driver's license, social security card, some cash and her Lone Star card.

1/18/11 CRIMINAL TRESPASS     1200 Block ROGER ST         


Complainant reported that her vehicle was broken into while it was parked at her home Monday night.  A window was broken out and a GPS unit and checkbook were stolen.

1/18/11 FRAUD       1600 Block W FRANK          

Complainant called from Harlingen, Texas to report that an unknown person was working at a Lufkin business under her social security number.

1/18/11 FRAUD      300 Block BRENTWOOD DR      

Complainant reported that an unknown person used his debit card information in an attempt to make a large on-line purchase.  The complainant noticed the transaction, called the company where the purchase was made and had the transaction canceled before it was fully processed.

1/18/11 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF      400 Block MONTROSE          

Complainant reported that a tenant moved from a rent house and they found that the toilet had been broken and the wood floors damaged.

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