An arrest has been made in last Friday's robbery that took place at the Sally Beauty Supply at 4505 South Medford Drive in Lufkin. The apprehension was made on Tuesday by the Corrigan Police Department.

William Longpre, 44, has been identified as the man who allegedly robbed Sally Beauty Supply at gunpoint. A warrant for aggravated robbery was served by the Corrigan Police, then officers with the Lufkin Police Department transported Longpre to the Angelina County Jail for booking.

 

Longpre was implicated after detectives gathered evidence connecting him to the crime. The suspect reportedly walked into the store around 10:30 a.m. Friday, displayed a gun, and threatened the clerk. He then left with hair trimmers, clippers, and an undisclosed amount of cash from the register.

He remained in Angelina County Jail Wednesday afternoon on a $350,000 bond.

In other news from the Lufkin Police Department, they are now hiring. If 'to serve and protect' is part of your moral compass, this could be a great and rewarding career for you.  The next civil service exam is coming up on September 9, 2022. The deadline to sign up is August 19 at 5 p.m.

You can sign up for the next civil service exam here.

The base salary range for a Lufkin Police Officer is $50K - $76K, with supervisors ranging from $65K - $101K. There is also a $5,000 sign-on bonus for certified police officers. If you are not yet certified, and you do get selected, the City of Lufkin will pay you their starting salary AND pay to send you through the police academy. LPD will also cover all the necessary equipment, books, and your officer uniforms upon graduation.

Detective Cody Jackson is the recruiting coordinator for the Lufkin Police Department and he'll be happy to answer any questions you may have at (936)633-0323.  You can also find the answers to many questions here

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