Lufkin Police Report - 07/20/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 07/20/07

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  700 block of South Timberland.  A man reported that a door window was broken out on his car Thursday night.

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT:   1100 block of North Timberland Dr.   A man reported that he had been stabbed in the chest early Friday morning.  The call came in from Petty's Motel around 1:30am and the stabbing reportedly occurred at another location and the victim rode a bicycle to Petty's where he collapsed.  The victim was not able to give any description of a suspect to the first responding officers.  No further information is available at this time.

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE:  2500 block of Daniel Mccall Dr.  A volunteer firefighter reported that a set of red and blue window mount strobe lights had been stolen from his vehicle Thursday evening.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  4600 block of South Medford Dr.  A man reported that his car was scratched all over with some type sharp object Thursday evening.

THEFT:  1400 block of Atkinson.  A car dolly was reported missing from a rental lot.  The dolly was last known to be there in March. 

ASSAULT:   1100 block of Temple.  A woman reported that she was riding with her ex-husband and he began to hit her in the face during an argument.  The suspect assaulted her some more when she got out of the vehicle.  The victim had visible injuries to her face and sought treatment at a local hospital.

CREDIT CARD ABUSE:  1800 block of West Frank St.  A woman reported that she accidentally left her wallet at the post office in late June.  She has since learned that unauthorized charges have been made on her credit card.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  700 block of Raguet.  A window was broken out on an SUV sometime Wednesday night, possibly shot by a BB gun.

THEFT:  900 block of South Timberland.  A business reported an ongoing problem with theft and criminal mischief.  The complainant reported that over the past 2 months several water hoses and two saws have been taken.  Another hose was cut up and used to siphon gas from trucks at the scene. Sometime Wednesday night the suspects left the air out of some trailer tires and sprayed a fire extinguisher into the cab of a pickup.  

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