Nacogdoches Police Report - 04/25/07 - | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Nacogdoches Police Report - 04/25/07

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 4100 Block of Post Oak Road. Unknown suspect used an unknown object to break out the complainant's rear vehicle window.

GRAFFITI: 200 Block of Houston Street. Unknown suspect used paint to write markings and slogans on the complainant's building.

POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY: 800 Block of Muller Street. Complainant rented a computer from a rental store and found it to contain files of suspected child pornography. The computer was seized for evidence and an investigation is underway.

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: 3500 Block of Center Highway. During the execution of warrants officers located a quantity of suspected marijuana under the front passenger seat of a vehicle and in the ashtray. Kailan Washington and Tempress wade were arrested.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 2200 Block of East Main. Unknown suspects damaged a coca cola vending machine.

THEFT: 1100 Block of South East Stallings Drive. Complainant reported cash money missing from the till. Possible employee theft.

CREDIT CARD ABUSE: 200 Block of Beall Street. Complainant loaned his credit card to a known suspect to purchase cigarettes, and the suspect withdrew a quantity of cash without authorization.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION: 300 Block of West Seale Street. Unknown suspect entered a residence through an unlocked rear door. A laptop computer and a paintball gun were removed.

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS: 3200 Block of North Street. Officers received a report that a known suspect had killed a pit bull puppy during a disturbance because he was angry. Investigation underway.

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE: 2100 Block of Pearl. Suspected entered a unlocked vehicle and removed two led strip lights and a speaker.

ASSAULT: 2800 Block of Woden Road. Complainant was struck in the face by the suspect, causing a nose bleed. Jessie Miller was arrested.

VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER: 200 Block of East Spradley. Complainant reported that a known actor came to her residence while a protective order was in force prohibiting the suspect from doing so. Warrant requested.

FAILURE TO ID: officers were attempting to serve a warrant at a residence. The suspect gave officers a false name. Jakorhiae Nobles was arrested.

THEFT: 600 Block of North University Drive. Complainant left his cellphone at a restaurant. When he returned, it was missing from a table.

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