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COPY-3/6/09 Lufkin Police Report

SEX OFFENSES/OTHER. 3600 Block Moffett  Drive. Complainant reported that she was sexually assaulted by a man that offered her a ride Thursday night.  The woman accepted a ride from a young Hispanic male in a black 2 door car.  The man took her to Kit McConnico Park where he sexually assaulted her and left in his car, leaving her at the park. 

TATTOO/VIOLATIONS OF. 3900 Block N. Medford Drive. An officer found a 16-year-old female who had just had a tattoo applied.  The suspect was on scene and admitted to tattooing the minor.  The girl's mother was contacted and declined to file charges.

DISTURBANCE/DOMESTIC.  1300 Block Slack Drive. Complainant reported that his wife bit him on the lip during an argument Thursday night.

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. 300 Block Mantooth Drive. Complainant reported that his dog was shot and killed Thursday afternoon.  The dog was in a fenced area and some items were discovered missing from a car inside that fenced area as well.

BURGLARY/VEHICLE. 300 Block N. Timberland Drive. Complainant reported that her purse and a Playstation video game were stolen from the trunk of her car Sunday night.  The complainant also reported that her credit card was used two times since the theft.

FRAUD. 2200 Block Copeland Drive. Complainant reported that he received a bill for a purchase that he didn't make.  The bill was in his last name and address but not the complainant's first name.

FRAUD. 100 Block Spikes Street.Complainant reported that someone has obtained utility services using her name and identifying information.

HARASSMENT. 3300 Block Lotus Lane. Complainant reported that a know suspect is making repeated harassing phone calls to her.

THEFT/B. 900 Block Kurth Drive. Complainant reported that a money order was stolen from his home Tuesday.

BURGLARY/BUILDING. 200 Block S. Timberland Drive. Officers responding to a burglary alarm Thursday morning found that a business had been broken into and some cigarettes had been stolen.

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