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Lufkin Police Report - 04/18/07

ASSAULT:   2400 Block of  West Frank.  A woman reported that her boyfriend hit her in the eye during an argument as they were driving Tuesday evening.  The suspect pulled into a parking lot and shoved the victim out of the car and left.  The victim had visible bruising and swelling to her eye.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE:  300 Block of Timberland.  A woman reported that a known suspect stole her car in late March.  The woman said she didn't know the license plate number so she didn't report it until Tuesday, after she learned it was impounded at a local wrecker service.

DEADLY CONDUCT:   1000 Block of North John Redditt.  A man said someone in a black Dodge pickup with Arkansas tags fired a shot at his truck as he was driving on North John Redditt Drive near Lotus Lane Tuesday evening.  The man didn't see who shot but said he heard a blast and his front passenger window shattered as he was passing the black pickup.  Neither the man nor his family was injured.

HARASSMENT:   2500 Block of Daniel Mccall.  A woman reported that she has been receiving harassing phone calls at work for the past year and a half from a woman who accuses the victim of sleeping with the caller's husband.  The victim has no idea who the caller may be.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION:  900 Block of South Second St.  An apartment was broken into Tuesday afternoon and two stereo speakers were stolen.  The speakers were later located in a vacant apartment across the hall from the victim's apartment.  

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE:  200 Block of Chambers St.  An aftermarket DVD player with ceiling mounted screen was stolen from a vehicle overnight Monday.  No signs of forced entry were found on the vehicle.

THEFT:  4600 Block of South Medford Dr.  A man was seen taking a television set from the store (Sears) Monday afternoon without paying for it.

BURGLARY:  600 Block of Windsor.  The ticket booth and a snow cone vending trailer were broken into at the baseball park but nothing was noted missing at the time of the report.

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