Lt. Greg Denman of the Lufkin News/Record/Police_Report Department said the ex-girlfriend pried the home's door open, and went after the other woman. At that point, the man got out of bed and "thwarted" his ex's attempt to stab his girlfriend. The attacker then ran outside and threw a brick through her ex-boyfriend's car windshield. As she was leaving the scene, she tried to run over the man with her car. Between 2:30 and 5:30 Wednesday morning, a suspect or suspects used a BB or pellet gun to shoot out plate glass windows at four Lufkin businesses. The businesses affected by the criminal mischief included Taylor Bros. Painting at 406 Atkinson, Cherry's Grocery at 2701 N. Raguet St., Texas Baking Company at 508 S. Chestnut Drive and Steppin' Out at 510 S. Chestnut Drive. Burglary of a coin-operated machine was reported when someone poured salt water into a soft drink machine located at 3507 S. John Redditt Drive. The incident took place sometime between 10 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Tuesday. Someone allegedly took a JVC Chameleon CD stereo, 1200-Watt Boss amp, three JL 15-inch subwoofers, one single 15-inch subwoofer box and one double 15-inch subwoofer box from a 1993 Ford F-150 parked in the 600 block of Charlton Street. The burglary of a vehicle occurred sometime between 10 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday, and entry was made into the pickup via a broken window. A medical bag was allegedly taken from 1997 Toyota Camry parked at the Angelina County & Cities Health District offices located at 503 Hill St. after someone broke one of its windows. The burglary of a vehicle took place sometime between 1 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday. Someone entered a Cadillac Escalade parked at the Texas Pride Towing lot located at 312 Mantooth St. between 10 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday and allegedly took a bag of Sea World clothes. A CD stereo was allegedly taken from an unlocked Plymouth Breeze parked in the 600 block of Conn Street. The vehicle burglary occurred sometime between 1 and 8 a.m. Tuesday. A Roadstar mountain bike was allegedly taken from the carport of a residence in the 200 block of Bonita Street sometime between 8 a.m. Sunday and 8 p.m. Tuesday. Assault was reported after a 14-year-old boy beat up his 12-year-old brother and dragged him across a parking lot at 3507 S. John Redditt Drive. The incident took place sometime between 6 and 9 p.m. Sunday. Someone allegedly forged three checks that were reported stolen in Huntington. The forgery complaint was filed by Hibernia Bank, which is located at 1610 S. First St. The checks were forged sometime between March 3-8. After a dealer at Mega Auto Sales on 2310 N . Timberland Drive gave a "loaner" to a couple that while their car was getting repaired on Sept. 1, 2005, the business has not been able to locate the people to get the vehicle back. The incident was reported as an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Tuesday afternoon. Seven transactions were made on a stolen debit card after the person's wallet was reported missing. The illegal transactions were made between Friday and Monday. A 25-year-old Pollok woman was charged with Class B theft and criminal trespass and possession of a substance in penalty group 3, a Class A misdemeanor after she was allegedly caught shoplifting at the Wal-Mart Supercenter located at 2500 Daniel McCall. According to News/Record/Police_Report reports, Misty Zinnecker, of 1658 FM 1819, was caught with five bracelets, one bracelet set, three buttons, two party favors, 15 greeting cards, 10 envelopes, panties, three bras, a wallet and a purse. The items were valued at $119.67. The Lufkin News/Record/Police_Report Department made six other arrests late Tuesday and early Wednesday. Arrests and charges included Nicholas Dwayne Baker, 17, 150 Abert Road, warrant for 911 abuse; Thomas Abrego Fernandez, 37, 6816 Myrtle, Houston, warrant for assault causing bodily injury out of Medina County; Gustavo Alberto Garcia, 22, 317 Montrose, warrant for 911 abuse; Reginald Bernard Harrell, 42, 377 Avalon, Diboll, 32, driving while intoxicated (first); Louis Bernard Slomba, 41,2409 S. Chestnut Drive, DWI (second offense); and James Kelly Smith, 17, 2409 S. Chestnut Drive, possession of a controlled substance-cocaine. The Angelina County Sheriff's Office made two arrests late Tuesday and early Wednesday. Arrests and charges included: Savannah Womack, 23, adjudication of guilt for assault-family violence; and Christopher Milikan, 25, federal detainee. The Texas Department of Public Safety arrested Alicia Johnson, 34, for driving with license suspended and possession of drug paraphernalia. The Huntington News/Record/Police_Report Department arrested Shoshawnee Harris, 21, for burglary of a building and motion to adjudicate guilt for resisting arrest. The Angelina County Jail housed 253 inmates as of 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.