Lufkin Police Report - 11/29/07 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 11/29/07

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 1200 BLOCK OF MYRNA. Complainant reported that she started her red Dodge pickup around 5:10am Thursday morning to let it warm up while she went back inside.  A male rode up on a bicycle, put the bike in the back of the pickup and drove off in the pickup.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 200 BLOCK OF EVERETT STREET. Complainant reported that she started her van to warm it up around 5am this morning went back inside while the van was running.  An unknown male suspect got in the van and attempted to drive off but drove into a ditch and abandoned the van and fled on foot.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE: 1500 BLOCK OF TURTLE CREEK. Complainant reported that a set of keys and an IPOD were stolen from her vehicle Sunday night.  Complainant was unsure if she locked the car and there was no sign of forced entry.

BURGLARY: 3600 BLOCK OF MEDFORD. Complainant reported that someone broken into a dump truck and stole a CB radio Tuesday night.

THEFT: 3900 BLOCK OF MEDFORD. A business reported that a known female suspect has written them several checks on a closed account. 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1100 BLOCK OF FIRST. Complainant reported that his vehicle was scratched all the way down one side with a sharp object Wednesday morning.  The complainant had seen his ex-girlfriend beside the vehicle early that same morning.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 1000 BLOCK OF NORTH TIMBERLAND. Complainant reported that a 2007 green Yamaha Rhino utility vehicle was missing from a motorcycle dealership when inventory was conducted Tuesday.  The utility vehicle was last known to be at the dealership in late October.

BURGLARY: 300 BLOCK OF MEDFORD. Complainant reported that tools and 250' of wire were stolen from a pickup toolbox and a trailer Tuesday night.

BURGLARY: 1000 BLOCK OF MORNINGSIDE. Complainant reported that his truck was broken into and a Garmin GPS navigation system was stolen Tuesday night.

 

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