Lufkin Police Report - 8/13/08 - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

Lufkin Police Report - 8/13/08

BURGLARY: 300 BLOCK OF PERSHING ST. Complainant reported that two wallets and a book of music CD's was stolen from her unlocked car Tuesday night.

BURGLARY/HABITATION: 1800 BLOCK OF SAYERS. Complainant reported that her laptop computer was stolen from apartment Tuesday evening. 

THEFT/B: 2500 BLOCK OF DANIEL MCCALL. Complainant reported that his cell phone was stolen while he was at work Saturday night.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE: 1000 BLOCK OF JONES. Complainant reported that his cell phone was stolen from his pickup Tuesday evening.

HARASSMENT: 3200 BLOCK OF S FIRST. Complainant reported receiving numerous harassing text messages from a known suspect.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS: 100 BLOCK OF FULLER SPRINGS. Complainant reported that a known suspect came onto his property and threatened him after having warned of trespassing last month. 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 700 BLOCK OF CULVERHOUSE. Complainant reported that a brick was thrown through her door window by an unknown person Tuesday afternoon.

ASSAULT/A: 1100 BLOCK OF KILN. Complainant reported that she was hit in the face by a co-worker Tuesday afternoon.  Complainant had no visible injuries.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE: 500 BLOCK OF S BYNUM DR. Complainant reported that two of his vehicles were rummaged through Monday night and a camera was stolen from one of the cars.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 1300 BLOCK OF N TIMBERLAND DR. Complainant reported that his maroon 1995 Chevrolet pickup was stolen over the weekend.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 300 BLOCK OF S JOHN REDDITT DR. Complainant reported that a burgundy 1995 Dodge Durango was stolen Sunday afternoon after two known suspects stated they had come to take the vehicle and were denied permission to drive it.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1800 BLOCK OF W FRANK AV. Complainant reported that her car was broken into Monday night at her workplace but nothing was noted missing.    

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1800 BLOCK OF W FRANK AV. Complainant reported that his car was broken into Monday night at his workplace but nothing was noted missing.    

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1800 BLOCK OF W FRANK AV. A third vehicle was broken into Monday night at the same location as the two cases above, but officers were not able to locate the owner to see if anything was missing.  All three vehicles had windows broken out to gain entry.

 

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