Lufkin Police Report - 07/16/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 07/16/07

BURGLARY OF A BUILDING:  1600 block of Sayers.  Officers responding to a burglary alarm at Brandon Elementary just before 3am Monday found a window that had been pried on and broken out.  Nothing was noted missing at the time of the report and no suspects were located.    

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  2400 block of West Frank St.  A woman reported that someone knocked out the back window of her car and threw eggs on it sometime Sunday morning.   

THEFT:  4200 block of South Medford Dr.  A safe was reported stolen from a home after several people came to the home to visit Saturday evening.  The small safe, containing personal items and jewelry, was missing after several houseguests left.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE:  700 block of North Timberland.  A silver 1998 Chevrolet pickup was stolen off a car lot sometime Saturday night or Sunday.  

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  4400 block of South First.  A man reported that his car was scratched with some type sharp object Saturday night.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  400 block of Dale.   The door to a mailbox was torn off and taken sometime Saturday or Sunday.

BURGLARY OF A BUILDING:  1000 block of Denman.  The window to a photo shop was broken out and a Canon camera stolen sometime Saturday night.                                                                                                                             

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE:  3200 block of Daniel A pickup owner saw a man prying on the toolbox of the victim's pickup and remotely activated the alarm causing the suspect to flee.  Nothing was taken in the attempted vehicle burglary that occurred just after 2am Monday.                                                                    

THEFT:  4200 block of South Medford Dr.  Two men had paint mixed at Home Depot Sunday afternoon and left without paying for the paint.  One man was detained by store personnel while the second man got away with the paint.  54 year old Jimmie E. Kelley was arrested and charged with theft. 

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