Police Reports

Controlled substance, 800 block of Richmond St. Officers were dispatched to a structure fire. Once the fire was extinguished, drugs were found “in plain view.”

Theft, 2600 block of state Hwy. 103. Deputies identified a suspect accused of stealing property from a business.

Burglary of a motor vehicle, 500 block of Cypress Ave. Someone stole property from a vehicle.

Theft, 200 block of CR 899. While serving a “writ of possession,” a constable “learned that several large items that belonged to the complainant were taken.”

Controlled substance, U.S. 59 S. Drugs were found on a driver during a traffic stop.

Theft, 6500 block of FM 2609. A woman reported a package was stolen from her porch.

Public intoxication, 23000 block of FM 226. A woman was arrested for being intoxicated in public after she “performed poorly on standard field sobriety tests.”

Major accident, CR 524 and U.S. 59 S. Deputies assisted state troopers at the scene of a crash.

Theft, 1600 block of Cardinal St. Money was stolen from a person’s apartment while they had company over.

Controlled substance, 1400 block of Douglass Rd. Drugs were found during a traffic stop, and one person was arrested.

Theft, 4800 block of North St. A person who ate food at a grocery store deli and tried to leave without paying was arrested.

Theft, 700 block of E. Main St. Items were stolen from a vehicle while it was at a repair shop.

Credit card abuse, 600 block of Egret Dr. Someone stole a debit card and made fraudulent charges with it.

Intoxicated driver, 1000 block of Pearl St. A driver pulled over for “no head lamps or tail lamps” was intoxicated and gave police a fake name.

Public intoxication, 1800 block of E. Main St. “Officers contacted a subject lying next to a busy roadway. He was determined to be intoxicated and was arrested. Prior convictions were located, and the charge was enhanced.”

Controlled substance, 4100 block of North St. Police were dispatched to a restaurant to check on a person’s welfare. That person was in possession of drugs and was arrested.

Arrests included: Kadedric Kentrell Davis, 20, driving while intoxicated and failure to identify; Lucas Ray Huffines, 28, possession of a controlled substance; James Terry Moore, 68, public intoxication — enhanced; Kathern Lynn Murphy, 42, of Lufkin, public intoxication; Andrew Joseph Revels, 26, public intoxication; Tamia Robertson, 21, two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, accident involving damage to a vehicle and criminal mischief; Edward Ray Sturgis, 54, possession of a controlled substance; James Donald Veillon III, 35, theft of property; Tramarcus Rashad Yarbrough, 24, failure to appear on a misdemeanor and bail jumping and failure to appear.


Theft, Baker Pattillo Student Center. Property was stolen from a person at the student center on Jan. 14.

Theft, Student Recreation Center. Someone stole items from a person’s backpack at the rec center.


As of 9 a.m. Thursday, there were 246 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.


Medical assists on Pearl Street, St. James Place, Cardinal Street, Village Gate Circle, North Street, Santa Fe Road, Harris Street, Terry Street, Northway Drive, N. University Drive, Ridgeview Drive, NE Stallings Drive, Martinsville Street, King Street and Pearl Street.

Unauthorized burning on Richmond Street.

Lock out on Russell Boulevard.

Public service on North Street.

Motor vehicle accident with injuries on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Alarm malfunction on N. University Drive.

Smoke scare on Bowie Street.

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