Nacogdoches Police Report - 05/23/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Nacogdoches Police Report - 05/23/07

CRIMINAL TRESPASS:  Failure To Identify. 2800 block of Pearl Street. The complainant found a female inside his truck. She gave a false name and left. Officers were able to locate her. Brenda Harris was arrested.

HARASSMENT: 4100 block of North Street. A known suspect continues to call the complainant after being told not to do so.

THEFT: 800 block of Norhtwest Stallings Drive. Complainant advised that a u haul bumper pull trailer had been taken sometime between March and April 2007.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS: 300 block of West Spradley. A known suspect came onto complainant's property after being told not to do so. Warrant requested.

EVADING ARREST-FAILURE TO IDENTIFY: 1600 block of East Main. Officers responded to an assault call, the suspect ran back into the house. Officers located him as he was exiting a back window. The suspect then ran and was captured. He was wanted for a parole violation also. Eric Mosby was arrested.

DWLI-INS WARRANT: 100 block of North Street. Suspect was stopped for a traffic violation and it was found that his license was revoked. The suspect also showed wanted on a federal warrant from immigration. Esteban Castro was arrested.

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: 1500 Meisenheimer. Suspect was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for traffic. Officers located a quantity of suspected marijuana near the passenger seat. Franklin Gines was arrested.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION-BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE: 100 block of Mitchell Street. Complainants reported that the home was left unlocked and an Xbox, Dell laptop computer and a set of vehicle keys were missing. The vehicle had also been entered and had a stereo and CD player taken.

DWLI-POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: 900 block of Harris. Officers stopped a vehicle for suspicious activity. Officers found that the drivers license was suspended. Officers also located a quantity of suspected cocaine in the vehicle. Ladarrus Perkins was arrested.

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