Lufkin Police Report - 11/21/06 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 11/21/06

ASSAULT/A:  600 block of Everett.  A woman reported that her husband assaulted her Monday night when she asked for a divorce.  The woman received scratches to her chest but did not require medical treatment.  The husband left before police arrived.  Charges pending.

ASSAULT:  309 S. Medford  Dr. (Lufkin High School).  A student's father reported that a student was assaulted at Lufkin High School sometime Monday.  The teen is disabled and unable to defend himself and was found to have numerous scratches on his face, neck, and arms when he returned from school Monday.  The father said the victim was reportedly assaulted by another, unidentified student.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION:  700 block of Martha St.  A residence was broken into during the past two weeks and two laptops computers, a 32" television, and an extensive DVD collection were stolen.

HARASSMENT:  416 block of Englewood.  A man reported receiving an obscene telephone call Monday evening.

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE:  600 block of Franklin St.  A woman reported that she was assaulted by her boyfriend during an argument Monday afternoon.  The woman reported that he shoved her and hit her in the head with his hand.  The victim did not require medical treatment.

FELONY THEFT:  2000 block of N. John Redditt.  A 21-foot homemade flatbed trailer was stolen from a business about a week ago.

THEFT:  923 Frank (CVS Pharmacy).  A digital camera was left behind by a customer at CVS Pharmacy and another customer took it Saturday.

SEXUAL ASSAULT / RAPE:  Parents reported that their 15-year-old daughter has admitted to consensual sexual contact with a 19-year-old male.

THEFT:  600 block of N. Raguet.  A day care owner reported theft of service.  A customer owes over $1200 for day care services and refuses to pay.

DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE:  1100 block of Atkinson Dr.  A man reported that he and his sister were assaulted by their uncle during a dispute over paying bills Monday morning.  The victims did not require medical treatment.

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