Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 10, 2012

Local man arrested after disturbance

TAHLEQUAH — A Tahlequah man was arrested Tuesday evening after a disturbance.

Officers said they were called to apartments on Heritage Lane about 7:11 p.m., and ended up arresting Dennis W. Reimer, 66.

Two juvenile girls were arrested Thursday morning for petit larceny and curfew violations after they were caught stealing bicycles.

Jimmy Roberts told police Monday that vandals ransacked his home.

Rebecca Dugan told police someone stole some medication Thursday.

Rachel Chalepah filed an information report about text messages Wednesday.

Katherine Gibson reported her white Samsung Galaxy S II as lost or stolen Wednesday. The phone has a pink rubber case.

Sara Wyke made a report Wednesday over fraud.

Police took an assault report from Zachery Vanbuskirk Wednesday.

Officers responded to a AT&T store Tuesday to take a report over a photograph that was on a cell phone.

Miranda Coats spoke to police Tuesday about her house being burglarized. Coats said a pair of boots were taken, as well as some cash.

Charles Crawford spoke to police this week about a window being broken out of his truck, and several tools and a pistol being stolen.

Officers took a report Wednesday about an intruder entering Stepp Mobile Home through a window and taking a change bag.

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