Nacogdoches Police Report - 07/10/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Nacogdoches Police Report - 07/10/07

DEBIT CARD ABUSE: 300 block of East Hospital. Unknown suspects made unauthorized debits on complainant's account in Spain.

THEFT: 2000 Northwest Stallings Drive. Complainant stated that a black female asked to use the telephone. Once inside, the suspect stole complainant's wallet containing a small amount of cash, a DL, SS card, and other personal identification.

INCIDENT REPORT: 4300 block of Southern Oak. Complainant reported that he found his cat dead in his garage. Unknown cause of death.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1600 block of Press Road. Unknown suspects spray painted graffiti on complainant's building.

HIT AND RUN: 4300 block of Northwest Stallings Drive. Unknown vehicle struck complainant's vehicle in the front causing damage. No information left.

POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA: 200 Beall Street. Officers responded to a drug complaint. Witnesses observed the suspects throw a baggie of suspected marijuana out of an apartment window. Noel Naizer and Richard Miller were arrested.

ASSAULT: 2500 block of Appleby Sand. A known suspect assaulted the complainant by striking him once in the face. No injuries, and complainant does not wish to file.

THEFT: 200 block of Russell Blvd. Unknown suspect stole complainant's wallet from under the seat of a car. Wallet contained a debit card, a DL, SS card, and other identifying information.

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT: 1700 block of Eliza Street. Complainant was walking in the roadway when the suspect approached him and assaulted him with a club. Complainant suffered a laceration to the face. Marvin Davis was arrested.

HIT AND RUN: 5400 block of North Street. Suspect struck a utility pole and left the scene. Suspect was later contacted by officers at his residence and identified. A warrant has been requested.

DWLI: 2300 Northwest STALLINGS DRIVE. Suspect stopped for a defective brake light. Driver contacted and found to have a revoked drivers license. Julio Gonzalez was arrested.

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