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Report: Lufkin woman steals neighbor's mail, kicks deputy

Abra Nicol (Source: Angelina County Jail) Abra Nicol (Source: Angelina County Jail)
ANGELINA COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A deputy with the Angelina County Sheriff's Office made a painful arrest while investigating a stolen mail package over the weekend.

Abra Nancy Nicol, 26, of Lufkin, is charged with third-degree assault of public servant, Class A resisting arrest and Class B theft.

According to the report, a resident on FM 326 called the sheriff's office on Sunday in connection to a missing package. He said he had a flashlight on the way to the house valued at $240. He said the package was not there, even though the mail carrier said it had been delivered.

The man said he checked with neighbors, who said the package was at Nicol's home. Deputies went there and spoke with Nicol, who brought the package out.

According to the report, Nicol told deputies the package came to her home, even though it had the neighbor's address on it, and she was going to keep it.

Deputies went to arrest Nicol and reported Nicol started to scream and kicked the deputy in the chest. They then were able to walk her to the car until she kicked the same deputy in the groin, according to the report.

Nicol is being held on a collective bail of $23,000.

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