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3/8/11 Nacogdoches Police reports

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Theft, 1700 block of Springbrook Drive: An officer responded to a bmv complaint. Upon officers arrival, it was determined that sometime during the night an unknown actor made forced entry to their vehicle removing items of value. Complainant wishes to file charges if a suspect is named.

Burglary of vehicle, 1700 block of Gardenbrook: Contact was made with the complainant at his office where he advised unknown suspect(s) made unforced entry into his vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of his residence. Once inside suspect(s) took a briefcase with contents and an XM satellite receiver.

Juvenile problem, 4500 block of NE Stallings Drive: Caller advised that her son didn't want to go to school and wouldn't listen to her. Officers talked to child and escorted the mother and child to vehicle at which time the juvenile punched the mothers vehicle causing damage.

Burglary of motor vehicle, 4500 block of Ridgebrook Drive: Unknown actor entered the complainants unlocked vehicles and took property from one of the vehicles and left in an unknown direction. The vehicles were parked in the driveway of the residence under a guard light. One vehicle had an item removed from it, but one vehicle had nothing taken from it. The complainant will file charges if actor identified.

Criminal trespass, 2400 block of Fore Street: Complainant advised that unknown subjects had entered his vacant rent house and damaged the back door and a window on the front of the house to get in.

Disturbance, 2800 block of Pearl Street: Officers responded to a disturbance that turned physical when then suspect pushed the victims head causing it to strike a window. The suspect the took the victims cell phone as she was making attempts to call for police assistance.

Burglary, 3200 block of North Street: The complainant advised that while she was gone an unknown suspect forced entry into her apartment and removed a gaming system and cash.

Criminal trespass, 3000 block of North Pecan Street: Officer made contact with the complainant on site regarding a criminal trespass complaint. Complainant advised that a known subject entered an apartment in the complex after being warned not to return to property less than a month earlier.

Theft, 2100 block of Banita Street: The complainant advised an unknown suspect stole her BMX bike from the front porch.

Criminal trespass, 800 block of Harris Street: The complainant advised that she observed three juveniles pick some rocks up out of her driveway and walk up a driveway to an abandon house. The complainant advised that after a few moments she heard what she believed the juvenile's throwing rocks at the abandoned house.

Burglary of motor vehicle, 1700 block of Springbrook Drive: The complainant stated someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole money.

Burglary of motor vehicle, 1600 block of Cardinal Street: The complainant stated someone forced entry into his vehicle stealing items while it was parked unattended in the parking lot.

Assault, North Street: The complainant advised she and her ex-boyfriend had an argument at his apartment. She advised he slapped her and knocked her over a couch. There were no injuries and the parties were separated.

Aggravated assault, 4100 block of North Street: Suspect was in a verbal argument with complainant. Argument became physical and a knife was used. Complainant and suspect both had injuries. One produced two knives and stabbed the other in the elbow. The victim was able to take the knives away from the aggressor and in the process the aggressor received a minor cut on the face. No life threatening injuries.

Assault, Marty Street: Subject known to complainant, boyfriend, assaulted complainant by hitting her in the face. Subject also took phone away from complainant while she was calling 911 for help.

Criminal mischief, 2200 block of Marty Street: Subject threw a brick at complainants vehicle causing damage to vehicle.

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