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Lufkin Police Report - 9/3/08

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 2700 BLOCK OF N RAGUET. Complainant reported that a free-standing payphone was torn from its base and thrown on the ground Tuesday night.

FRAUD: 600 BLOCK OF MONTROSE. Complainant ran a credit report on himself and found that someone was using his Social Security number to work at a fast food restaurant in Lufkin and that a car had been financed by someone using his social security number.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF: 1000 BLOCK OF BRENDA. Complainant reported that her car windshield was broken sometime Tuesday while it was parked at her home.

ASSAULT/AGGRAVATED: 700 BLOCK OF N RAGUET. Complainant reported witnessing a fight Tuesday night in which one man was apparently cut with a knife.  Witnesses said two men fought in the parking lot at Raguet and Abney and when it was over, one man appeared to have been "cut up".  Both men left the scene and were not located.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE: 4600 BLOCK OF S MEDFORD. Complainant reported that his rented laptop computer was stolen from his vehicle Tuesday evening.

THEFT/B: 1700 BLOCK OF N RAGUET. Two women were seen by a witness stealing scrap steel from a business Saturday afternoon.  The suspects were caught on surveillance video.

HARASSMENT: 500 BLOCK OF HOMER ST. Complainant reported receiving a threatening phone call from a former boyfriend Tuesday morning.

BURGLARY/BUILDING: 400 BLOCK OF N TIMBERLAND. Complainant reported that their business was broken into Monday night and a candy dispenser and two bags of shrimp were stolen.

THEFT: 2200 BLOCK OF MOFFETT. Complainant reported her daughter's dog was stolen Sunday.  Caller came home and found the dog's leash had been cut and the dog was missing.

THEFT/FELONY: 600 BLOCK OF MOORE ST. Complainant reported a number of brake parts, tire rims and metal shafts were stolen from a business storage yard over the past two weeks.         

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE: 800 BLOCK OF N MEDFORD DR. Complainant reported that a known suspect rented a car in early August and failed to return it on the August 13 deadline.  A registered letter sent to the suspect's home was signed for in August but the car has not been returned.

 

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