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.

Someone reportedly stole two window units in a burglary in the 600 block of Stark Street on Monday.

Someone reportedly stole two guns from a vehicle in the 1900 block of Tulane Drive on Monday.

The Lufkin Police Department made four arrests late Monday and early Tuesday. Arrests and charges included: Tammy Duncan, age unavailable, of Lufkin, warrant for parent contributing to nonattendance; Javian Lafee Brooks, 39, of Lufkin, warrants for inhumane treatment and violation of burn ban; Daniel Leeland Adams, 31, of Lufkin, traffic violations, along with warrants for theft of property and displaying expired license plates; and Angela Janet Russell, age unavailable, of Lufkin, warrants for traffic violations.

The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office made three arrests late Monday and early Tuesday. Arrests and charges included: Montana James Scott, 19, of Lufkin, warrants for aggravated assault, interfering with emergency call, burglary of building, accident involving damage to vehicle and traffic violations; Courtney Cornell Bass, 35, of Lufkin, warrant for possession of marijuana; and Marcus Sample Thompson, 45, of Bryan, theft of property.

The Texas Department of Public Safety made three arrests late Monday and early Tuesday. Arrests and charges included: Charise Lorrie Allen, 44, of Lufkin, warrants for possession of drug paraphernalia and traffic violations; Tommy Wayne Burns, 47, of Lufkin, warrants for traffic violations; and Daniel Lee Williams, 54, of Huntington, driving while license invalid.

Angelina County Adult Probation arrested Dexter O’neal Reagan, 27, of Lufkin, on a warrant for theft of property by check.

The Angelina County Jail housed 230 inmates as of 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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.