Police Reports

Deadly conduct, 1500 block of Virginia Ave. Someone fired a weapon from a vehicle at the door of a home. “Residents ... were not injured and the complainant does wish to file charges.”

Identity theft, 1600 block of Looneyville Rd. Someone fraudulently used a person’s identifying information.

Forgery, 800 block of Sarah Anne St. A person forged and cashed a check.

Credit card abuse, 1200 block of Douglass Rd. Someone made unauthorized purchases with another person’s debit card.

Traffic offense, 300 block of N University Dr. A driver pulled over by police for a violation “was found to have made a fictitious insignia and was arrested.”

Forgery, 1000 block of N University Dr. A person was arrested for trying to cash a stolen and forged check.

Criminal trespass, 1500 block of Brown St. Someone broke into a person’s home and “rummage through” their belongings. A suspect was arrested.

Fraud, 4200 block of Oak Creek Dr. Someone fraudulently drafted money from a person’s bank account.

Hit-and-run, 3200 block of N University Dr. A parked vehicle was damaged by a driver who didn’t provide the required information.

Violation of a protective order, 200 block of Oak Hill Plaza Dr. “Officers responded to an offense regarding a known subject who is the respondent of a protective order who assaulted the protective person.”

Harassment, 2300 block of Douglass Rd. A resident reported getting calls “from several unknown numbers” and that someone “hacked into her social media accounts.”

Minor accident, 100 block of CR 706. State troopers investigated a minor crash.

Fire assist, 600 block of CR 505. Deputies and firefighters responded to a structure fire call.

Criminal trespass, CR 482. A criminal trespass warning was issued to a person in reference to property owned by their mother.

Controlled substance, 4900 block of FM 2864. Extra patrols were requested for an area after deputies dispatched to look for a suspicious person didn’t find anyone.

Assault, 11000 block of CR 81. A report was taken about an alleged assault.

Agency assist, FM 1638. Deputies and police pursued a driver who didn’t pull over until the driver stopped about five miles east of town on State Hwy. 7 E. One person as arrested.

Arrests included: Jordan Brown, 28, of Stonewall, Louisiana, bail jumping and failure to appear; Milton Utah Cramer, 35, of Hemphill, criminal nonsupport, assault and a warrant; Kimberlynn Stalsby Flowers, 55, of Lufkin, failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Robert Earl Hewitt Sr., 53, criminal trespass; Nancy Jimenez, 21, forgery; Ty Amadjwun Montreaza Johnson, 23, of Recklaw, two counts of motion to revoke probation; Karen Ann Simmons, 38, theft of property; George Edward Sims Jr., 37, possession of marijuana, failure to maintain financial responsibility, driving while license invalid and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Victor Tovar, 27, possession of deceptive or similar registration insignia with previous conviction.


No reports were filed.


As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, there were 287 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.


Motor vehicle accident with injuries on Douglass Road and Appleby Sand Road.

Medical assists on W Cox Street, E Main Street, State Highway 7 W, North Street, Ridgeview Drive, Banita Street, N Mound Street, Russell Boulevard, NW Stallings Drive, S Shawnee Street, Pat Street, NE Stallings Drive and Pearl Street.

Forest fire on a County Road.

Alarm malfunctions on North Street.

Unauthorized burning on Wells Street.

Building fire on a County Road.

Public service on Leak Street.

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