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October 11, 2013

Police Blotter

Corsicana — Corsicana Police Department

• Someone broke into an apartment and stole some stuff but left behind a cat Tuesday in the 3200 block of West Park Row.

• A trailer worth more than $1,500 was stolen Wednesday from the 2700 block of East Highway 31.

• Shoplifters stole less than $50 of merchandise Oct. 4 from the Walmart, 3801 W. Highway 31.

• Someone stole a bike off the front porch of a home Sunday in the 700 block of West 10th Ave.

• A known felon was found to be in possession of a firearm around 12:30 p.m. Monday in the 900 block of East First Ave.

• A woman reported being assaulted at 2 a.m. Tuesday in the 4300 block of West Park Row. She said the guy did it because he was drunk.

• A family member assaulted a woman, choking her, at 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the 700 block of South 14th St.

Navarro County Sheriff’s Office

• Thieves stole some prescription pain and anti-anxiety medications Oct. 2 from a Barry woman.

• Two cows with yellow ear tags were found Oct. 2 on SECR 0021 near Angus.

• Burglars stole two Poulan chainsaws, three 12-gauge shotguns, a 410 bolt-action shotgun, a 30/30, a .22 rifle, and a 6mm semi-automatic rifle Oct. 4 from a home on SECR 4100 near Kerens.

• Thieves stole a series of video and regular cameras, power tools, a winch, handtools, a Glock, some cash and change, and a crossbow and arrows worth a total value of more than $4,000 from a home on SECR 3070 near Corsicana.

• A car burglar took a spot light, a depth finder, four rods and reels and a tackle box Sunday from where it was parked on FM 635 near Kerens.

• Five cows and calves were reported missing Oct. 4 from West Highway 31 near Dawson.

• Three donkeys, two ponies, eight cows, and three horses were running loose Oct. 5 on Memorial Drive near Richland.

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Compiled by City Editor Janet Jacobs from reports released by the Corsicana Police Department and the Navarro County Sheriff’s Office.

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