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Nacogdoches Police Report - 12/07/06

ASSAULT / CRIMINAL TRESPASS:  4700 block of North University Dr. Complainant reported that her boyfriend physically assaulted her and trespassed at this location last week.

INTERFERRING WITH THE DUTIES OF A PEACE OFFICER:  3400 block of East Main St. Officers were attempting to investigate a fight on a school bus. Suspect continually interfered with the officers, hampering the investigation. Donna Grant was arrested.

IDENTITY THEFT:  4800 block of North St. Complainant reported that unknown suspects had used her identifying information to write bad checks.

THEFT:  Insta-Cash Pawn. Suspect stole a play station from the counter of the business.

FURNISHING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR:  1500 block of North St. Officers located a minor in possession of alcohol in a parking lot. Suspect admitted to purchasing the alcohol and giving it to the minor. Charles Hilliard was arrested.

FURNISHING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR:  3200 block of North St. Officers observed the suspect approach a younger male in the parking lot. Money was exchanged and the suspect bought alcohol and gave it to the minor. Derric Barnes was arrested.

FURNISHING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR:  500 block of Steen Dr. Officers were called concerning an alcohol complaint. Officers located several minors drinking and issued the proper citations. Investigation revealed the name of the person that provided the alcohol. Warrant requested.

DOG BITE:  100 block of Jackson St. Complainant reported that, while skateboarding, he was bitten by a dog. The victim had minor injuries, and was treated at the hospital. Animal control was notified.

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE:  3300 block of South St. Officers were investigating an accident. After an arrest for driving without a license, officers located several pills of a controlled substance (prescription medication) on subject. McKenzie Fields was arrested.

ASSAULT:  300 block of Hughes St. Complainant reported that he was walking down the street and was assaulted by several unknown suspects. No description of suspects could be given by complainant.

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