Today's police reports

We listen to local police and fire departments’ scanner traffic, but sometimes miss crimes, wrecks, fires or other incidents, especially if they happen overnight. If you know of something we’re not covering yet, please let Managing Editor Jeff Pownall know by emailing him at jpownall@lufkindailynews.com, or submit a news tip online by visiting lufkindailynews.com/tips.

A subject entered a store in the 3100 block of Atkinson Drive and reportedly stole two 30 packs of beer Sunday.

A woman reported her boyfriend assaulted her after he saw a text from her ex-boyfriend Monday.

A man in the 2900 block of Brentwood Drive reportedly stole from Academy Sports and Outdoors Sunday.

A woman in the 2900 block of Brentwood Drive reportedly stole three Yeti coolers Sunday.

A man in the 400 block of North Timberland Drive reportedly attempted to pass a counterfeit $20 bill Sunday.

The Lufkin Police Department made three arrests late Sunday and early Monday. Arrests and charges included: Christopher Sean Thornton, age unavailable, of Lufkin, criminal trespass; Brent Alan Taylor, 22, of Palestine, criminal trespass; and Ayinda Jabbar Marshall Sr., 36, of Chester, warrants for assault/family violence and terroristic threat.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office made eight arrests late Sunday and early Monday. Arrests and charges included: Megan Elizabeth Landers, age unavailable, of Pollok, assault/family violence; Gerald Rosales Ibarra, 39, of Lufkin, warrants for criminal nonsupport and traffic violations; Hugo Moreno, 36, of Diboll, failure to identify; Jason Roy Brame, 40, of Lufkin, public intoxication; Tamesha Sue Allen, 47, of Lufkin, public intoxication; Jay Richard Allen, 46, of Lufkin, assault/family violence; Jamie Michael Gray, 44, of Lufkin, warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia; and Jared Andrew Hough, 33, of Zavalla, warrants for theft of property, parole violation.

The Texas Department of Public Safety arrested Tanika Denise Smith, 36, of Lufkin, on a charge of possession of marijuana.

The Angelina County Jail housed 240 inmates as of 4 p.m. Monday.

We listen to local police and fire departments’ scanner traffic, but sometimes miss crimes, wrecks, fires or other incidents, especially if they happen overnight. If you know of something we’re not covering yet, please let Managing Editor Jeff Pownall know by emailing him at jpownall@lufkindailynews.com, or submit a news tip online by visiting lufkindailynews.com/tips.