Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 18, 2012

Police arrest several after pot-smoking report filed

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested several people Sunday after getting a report of people smoking marijuana in a vehicle at Southridge.

Kevin R. Gilliland, 19, of Catoosa, was arrested for possession of marijuana and public intoxication. Christopher Anello, 18, of Tulsa; Ryan N. Raesner, 20, of Jersey Shore, Pa.; and Jacob A. Space, 18, of Catoosa, were all arrested for public intoxication.

Charlie Davis, 24, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday for public intoxication and drug paraphernalia.

Matthew Hooper, 21, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Jameson Spencer, 24, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for petit larceny and public intoxication.

Police were called to Pleasant View Saturday evening on a report of people swimming in the pool after hours. Two juveniles were arrested for public intoxication.

Jimmy D. Brown, 21, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday following a traffic stop.

Rodney O. Hiatt, 25, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for domestic assault in the presence of minor child, child abuse, public intoxication and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Chad Ward told police Friday that a bicycle was stolen from his yard.

Joshua Briggs reported being assaulted by an ex-girlfriend last week.

Sue Santine spoke to police last week about an intruder at the Grapevine antique store who stole an electronic guitar.

Starlit Weatherly said Friday that two of her Social Security checks have been stolen.

Jaydon Ice told police Saturday that an intruder broke into his vehicle and stole a CD player and amplifier.

Kimberly Scraper spoke to police Sunday about a domestic incident.

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