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Nacogdoches Police Report - 12/11/07

THEFT: 4700 BLOCK OF NORTH UNIVERSITY DRIVE. Complainant reported the theft of an orange and silver mountain bicycle.

ASSAULT: 400 BLOCK OF HUMPHREY ROAD. Suspect assaulted the complainant by throwing coca-cola on him and pushing him during a disturbance. Jackie Upshaw was arrested.

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE: 400 BLOCK OF BURK STREET. Complainant reported that an unsecured vehicle was entered and some compact discs and a purse was removed.

RETALIATION: 2800 BLOCK OF PEARL. A known suspect that was just released from jail threatened the complainant for calling police on him.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION: 2800 BLOCK OF LOGAN CIRCLE. Complainant reported that a 32 inch plasma television was missing from her residence.

TERRORISTIC THREAT: 1200 BLOCK OF WOODBINE. Complainant and suspect were involved in a disturbance. The complainant then locked the suspect outside of the residence. The suspect then began breaking out windows and threatening the complainant with bodily injury. Raul Flores was arrested.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 2000 BLOCK OF NORTH STREET. Complainant reported that unknown suspects had made deep scratches in the paint of his vehicle.

FOUND PROPERTY: 1200 BLOCK OF NORTH MOUND STREET. A bicycle was recovered abandoned.

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION: 3000 BLOCK OF NORTH PECAN. Unknown suspects kicked a door in on a residence and removed two backpacks containing textbooks.

THEFT: 1220 BLOCK OF NORTH STREET. Complainant reported that two suspects entered the business and removed several video games and fled. One suspect was captured by police and arrested for theft. Jerrie Amie was arrested.

THEFT: 600 BLOCK OF HARRIS STREET. Complainant reported the theft of a 16 ‘ trailer loaded with schedule 40 pipe from a construction site.

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE: 1600 BLOCK OF CARDINAL. Complainant reported that an unknown suspect entered his residence and removed a backpack containing school books.

 

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