Lufkin Police Report - 8/26/08

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  200 BLOCK OF HUMMINGBIRD.  Complainant reported that her car windshield was found to have been broken out Monday night after a known suspect was refused entry into her home.

BURGLARY/HABITATION:  300 BLOCK OF HUMASON ST.  Complainant reported that her home was broken into Monday and a computer, a video game console and numerous video games and a large teddy bear gift basket was stolen.

THEFT:  300 BLOCK OF N JOHN REDDITT.  Complainant reported possible internal theft.  $125 was reported missing from a store's petty cash fund.

BURGLARY ATTEMPT:  400 BLOCK OF OLETA ST.  Complainant reported that a screen was removed and a window pane on his home broken Monday.  Entry was not gained into the home.

FELONY THEFT:  300 BLOCK OF E SHEPHERD.  Complainant reported that he purchased a house from a known suspect who apparently didn't own the house.  Complainant reported that he made a down payment, signed a mortgage agreement and has been making payments for over a year and now has learned that someone else has a lien on the house and is trying to evict him.

FALSE REPORT:  1700 BLOCK OF KELTYS.  A male suspect called 911 several times Monday afternoon, falsely reporting two different structure fires and a shooting on Keltys and Hoo Hoo.  Two of the calls were reported to be at the same address.  A woman there named a former boyfriend as a possible suspect.  That man was located and a cell phone was seized but no charges have yet been filed.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  400 BLOCK OF DENMAN.  A car window was found to have been broken out on a car at a car lot Monday morning.

ASSAULT:  2900 BLOCK OF MCKINNEY.  Complainant reported that a known suspect assaulted her last week by slamming her face into the steering wheel of her car and hitting her with his fist several times.  The complainant sustained a black eye, some knots on her forehead and a tooth was knocked out.

BURGLARY/HABITATION:  2900 BLOCK OF MCKINNEY.  Complainant reported that her home was broken into Saturday and two guns, a floor jack, movie DVD's and music CD's were stolen.