An Oct. 11 preliminary hearing for two suspects accused of beating a man to death was passed to a later date.
A judge found probable cause during an Oct. 11 preliminary hearing in Cherokee County District Court to move forward with a trial for a man accused of murdering a couple almost 11 years ago.
Since city officials are eyeing new ordinances to regulate land use by retail medical marijuana dispensaries, law enforcement officers are also preparing for changes brought about by SQ 788.
A Tahlequah man was jailed Oct. 8 for driving under the influence after backing his vehicle into a Cherokee County Sheriff's Office patrol unit.
Cherokee County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a Tahlequah man on Oct. 5 at his residence after he allegedly pointed a firearm, threatening to shoot a man while accusing the Native American victim of being "illegal."
Tahlequah Police Department officers jailed a suspect after finding several syringes and methamphetamine in his possession while performing a traffic stop Oct. 3.
Another lawsuit has been filed against the city of Tahlequah, with the defendant seeking to void land purchases involving a 65-acre bike trail area because they were "done in secret."
After responding to a noise complaint about a party at a Sheryl Lane residence on Oct. 4, Tahlequah Police Department officers arrested two suspects for smoking marijuana.
After performing a welfare check on a woman in a vehicle on the side of Stick Ross Mountain Road on Oct. 2, county sheriff's deputies jailed the suspect for drug possession.
Tahlequah Police Department officials requested arrest warrants for two suspects after finding drugs in their vehicle during a traffic stop Oct. 2.
A Wagoner man is scheduled to appear before the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board sometime this month after being sentenced to five years imprisonment in Cherokee County District Court last year.
Responding to a disturbance Sept. 29 near Guinn Avenue where two suspects were possibly engaged in sexual contact, Tahlequah Police Department officers arrested two men for public intoxication.
Two suspects were arrested for child endangerment on Sept. 30 after Cherokee County Sheriff's Office deputies found drugs and paraphernalia in their residence.
FORT GIBSON — Police evacuated and quarantined part of the Fort Gibson Post Office following a "minor explosion" from a ruptured package, said Fort Gibson Police Public Information Officer Michael Roberts.
In Adair County District Court, a Stilwell man was denied bond after he recently pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
Responding to a report of an intoxicated person walking around and urinating on Sept. 26, Tahlequah Police Department officers jailed a male suspect at East Gate Apartments for public intoxication.
During his initial appearance on Sept. 25 in Cherokee County District Court, a Tahlequah man pleaded not guilty to three counts of child sexual abuse involving two juvenile girls.
After completing one day of jury trial, a Kansas, Oklahoma, man was sentenced to 24 years imprisonment in Adair County District Court after entering a plea of no contest on Sept. 11 after allegedly shooting two people on Aug. 30, 2017.
A Tahlequah woman was arrested on Sept. 20 during a traffic stop by Tahlequah Police Department officers after she allegedly provided authorities with a different name, and had drugs in her possession.
A second lawsuit has been filed against the city of Tahlequah, as well as Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship, Inc., requesting an injunction to prohibit the lease of a proposed 65-acre bike trail area.
The United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma announced a Tahlequah man was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment for possession of a counterfeit bill.
A Sallisaw man was sentenced in Eastern District of Oklahoma federal court to 30 months imprisonment and three years probation for possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.
After responding to a woman walking in front of cars on Sept. 19, Tahlequah Police Department officers arrested the suspect for narcotics and public intoxication.
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- DAILY LOG: Oct. 9, 2018