Lufkin Police Report - 5/28/08 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 5/28/08

THEFT/B: 900 BLOCK OF MARK. Complainant reported that two bicycles were stolen from his carport Tuesday night.

THEFT/B: 100 BLOCK OF NORRIS ST. Complainant reported that her boyfriend stole her camera and some of her clothing after an argument Tuesday night.

THEFT OF SERVICE: 4400 BLOCK OF S MEDFORD. Complainant reported that a man and woman left a restaurant without paying for the meal they ate Tuesday night.

DISTURBANCE/DOMESTIC: 2100 BLOCK OF WAYNE ST. Complainant reported that her estranged husband has made several threatening phone calls to her Tuesday.

BURGLARY/HABITATION: 700 BLOCK OF ROWE. Complainant reported that an unknown person broke into her home Tuesday and stole a digital camera and a television.

FRAUD: 2400 BLOCK OF W FRANK ST. Complainant reported that someone had used her driver's license number to obtain electric service in Ft. Worth, Texas. 

THEFT/B: 2800 BLOCK OF S FIRST. Complainant reported that gas was being siphoned from company trucks after hours and they believe it's happened more than once.

CREDIT CARD ABUSE: 200 BLOCK OF S FIRST. Complainant reported that someone has made several unauthorized transactions on her bank account.

HARASSMENT: 2100 BLOCK OF WAYNE ST. Complainant reported receiving numerous threatening text messages from her husband in recent weeks.

THEFT/A: 600 BLOCK OF WINDSOR. Complainant reported that she left a camera bag containing three cameras at the park Saturday and when she went back for it Sunday the bag and cameras were missing.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE: 700 BLOCK OF N RAGUET. Complainant reported that two cars at a garage were broken into and some stereo equipment was stolen and one tire and wheel were stolen off another car Sunday or Monday.

ASSAULT/A: 100 BLOCK OF TEMPLE. Complainant reported that her now-estranged husband assaulted her in May of 2007 by hitting and choking her and that he is now calling and threatening and harassing her.

 

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