A Florida man remained in the Angelina County Jail Monday on a $40,000 cash bond on an accusation of not paying child support.

John Skipper, 50, who has a Pace, Fla., address, was arrested Sunday by Lufkin Police in the 400 block of North Brentwood Drive, according to a police report.

The charge of criminal nonsupport dates back to November 2012.

A Lufkin man was reportedly arrested Sunday night at his home in the 700 block of North Avenue after fleeing an attempted traffic stop around 9 p.m. Though Derrie Scott, 49, allegedly drove away from the area “erratically,” he was arrested a short time later at his home. In addition to a charge of evading arrest with a vehicle, Scott also had a warrant for loud noise.

He remained in the Angelina County Jail Monday afternoon as his bond had not been set.

Brenjoddia Shankles, 22, was arrested Sunday on a warrant after being pulled over for allegedly speeding. The officer then found her to have a warrant for following too closely. She was taken to jail and released the same day after paying a $253 cash bond.

A credit card was reportedly found Sunday morning and turned into Lufkin Police.

A theft attempt on two chain saws was reportedly made Sunday night in the 200 block of Henderson Street.

A man reported that his sister stole $60 from him Sunday in the 1700 block of Culverhouse Street.

A BBQ pit on a trailer was reported stolen last weekend in the 100 block of North John Redditt Drive.

The Lufkin Police Department made four other arrests late Sunday and early Monday. Arrests and charges included: Quintin Garcis-Canales, 33, driving while intoxicated; Gerardo Segura. 22, DWI; and Quincy Taylor, 50, DWI; and Norris McClendon, 25, assault/family violence.

The Department of Public Safety arrested Carl Davis, 22, on a charge of DWI Sunday.

Texas Parks and Wildlife arrested Ronald Phillips, 27, on a charge of boating while intoxicated Sunday.

The Huntington Police Department arrested Shequita Allen, 29, on a charge of theft Sunday.

The Angelina County Jail housed 200 inmates as of 2:30 p.m. Monday.