Lufkin Police Report - 05/21/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 05/21/07

ASSAULT:  North Raguet St.  A woman reported that she was hit in the face by the father of her child Sunday afternoon.  The victim said the suspect apparently became angry over a phone conversation she was having while he was driving her home.

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT:  Margaret.  A man was found lying in the roadway on Margaret at Toby Street around 7:50pm Sunday evening.  The man was bleeding from his head and suffering from a serious head injury.  It's likely the man was assaulted but he was unable to talk enough to confirm even that.  The man was taken to a local hospital by ambulance.

ASSAULT:  Williams.  A woman reported that her husband assaulted her shortly after midnight Monday.  The woman said he hit her with his fist and tore her shirt.  The woman had minor injuries.

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE:  100 block of Miles.  A pickup window was broken out and the stereo was stolen late Sunday night.

THEFT:  1200 block of Moss Dr.  A girl's bicycle was stolen from an open carport Sunday evening.  No suspects.

ASSAULT:  1700 block of Keltys.  Two men reported that they were shoved by the same suspect Sunday afternoon.  Neither victim was injured.

THEFT:  1909 block of South First.  An external video surveillance camera was stolen from a business just before 11pm Saturday night.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  200 block of Kirksey.  A woman reported that several young males threw rocks and pieces of asphalt at her home around 2:50am Sunday in an apparent attempt to get the woman's son outside for a fight.  The suspects also damaged the top and one fender on the woman's car.

ROBBERY:  A man reported that three black men in a dark colored Cadillac followed him from a fast food restaurant just before 1am Sunday morning and rammed his pickup in what he believes was a robbery attempt.  The man said the three followed him from the restaurant and pulled up beside him on Timberland Drive and pointed an unknown object at him.  The man said he sped up and they followed him and rammed the rear of his pickup several times before he spotted a DPS trooper on the side of the highway and stopped.  The man was not injured and no damage was found on his truck.                             

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