Police Reports

Theft, 3100 block of North St. Officers were dispatched when someone tried to get a stolen and forged check cashed at a bank. “A second subject was contacted and found to be in possession of a controlled substance” and marijuana. Both were arrested.

Sick call and medical assist, 200 block of CR 706. One person was taken to the hospital by emergency responders.

Criminal trespass, 900 block of CR 620. Trespass warnings were issued at a person’s request.

Sick call and medical assist, 8300 block of Hwy. 204. A person was taken to the hospital.

Harassment, 2500 block of FM 1087. A parent asked deputies to issue a trespass warning to someone accused of “harassing her granddaughter.” Deputies couldn’t contact the accused, but reported they’d try again later.

Threatening, 300 block of Pine St. A harassment warning was issued “to known subjects” at a person’s request.

Family violence, 1100 block of CR 559. Deputies were called to a home because a man was “being aggressive towards” his wife. They arrested a man on a warrant.

Scam, 100 block of CR 2031. A resident reported a possible scam and was given advice on how to respond to protect her finances.

Controlled substance, 4000 block of State Hwy. 7 W. Drugs were found at the scene of a minor crash being investigated by state troopers.

Controlled substance, 3300 block of South St. A driver stopped by police for a traffic violation had marijuana and was arrested.

Theft, 3100 block of North St. Property was stolen from a person at a restaurant.

Runaway juvenile, 3100 block of W. Main St. A teenager left home without permission and didn’t return.

Theft, 3900 block of N.W. Stallings Dr. A person’s wallet was stolen.

Arrests included: James Grant-Deon Andrews, 35, possession of a controlled substance; Toni Cobbler, 30, of Racine, Wisconsin, bail jumping and failure to appear and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Timothy Andrew Daniels, 33, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a controlled substance; Alice Joy Diamond, 54, theft of property; Jesus Parlirio Flores, Jr., 20, disorderly conduct; Destiny Dianne Flurry, 20, of Lufkin, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of marijuana; Matthew Pail Ford, 30, of Lufkin, stealing or receiving a stolen check and forgery of a financial instrument; Matthew Richard Gene Lightfoot, 25, of Etoile, terroristic threat of a household; Kayla Shree Long, 26, public intoxication; Daryl Ray Pogue, 50, of Center, bail jumping and failure to appear and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Shawn Corious Tyrell Powers, 18, warrant; Justin Oray Smith, 35, burglary of a habitation and three misdemeanors; Zykeith Tyree Spencer, 20, motion to revoke probation; Thomas Rodney 53, of Houston, possession of marijuana; Jose Fernando Vazquez Jr., 29, disorderly conduct.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Possession of drug paraphernalia, Clark Street. Drug paraphernalia was found in a vehicle during a traffic stop, and the driver was ticketed on Feb. 3.

Possession of drugs paraphernalia, Steen Hall. An officer investigating a drug complaint found a person in possession of marijuana, who was issued a summons.

JAIL POPULATION

As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, there were 258 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists on Oakview Drive, Banita Street, N. University Drive, North Street, Eliza Street, a County Road, E. Seale Street, Scenic Drive, Arbor Oak Street, and Oak Hill Plaza Drive.

Brush fire on a county road.

Motor vehicle accident with injuries on Orton Street.

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