Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 14, 2012

Police make arrest after disturbance call

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man Saturday after responding to a disturbance call.

Joshua S. Grass, 31, of Vinita, was booked for public intoxication.

Grayson Hightower spoke to police Saturday and said his wallet was taken from his friend’s car, and it was later used to make a purchase.

Deanna Hammons told police recently that someone kicked in the front door of a residence and burglarized the place.

Mark Hodson reported a stolen handgun, cash and a necklace from his residence Saturday.

Melissa Dreier told police Saturday that her wallet was stolen out of a friend’s vehicle.

McKenziel Williams reported her wallet stolen out of a vehicle Saturday, and said several transactions were made on her credit card.

Latrice Sneed told police Saturday that a 2001 Chevrolet 1500 truck was stolen from the 4,600 block of South Muskogee over the weekend. The truck is silver and has a tag number of 284-EZW.

Nicky Dye reported a cordless drill and flashlight being stolen from inside a vehicle Sunday.

Savannah Hooper filed an assault report Saturday.

Maranda Stanton told police Sunday that someone vandalized her vehicle.

Police took a report Friday after a girl was bitten in the face by a dog.

James Thomason spoke to police last week after his wallet was either lost or stolen.

Amie Page told police someone entered Southern Bling Saturday and stole a dress.

Officers responded Saturday to a possible chemical fire at the city’s sanitation department.

Heaven Braddy spoke to police Friday about property being stolen from the front yard of her home, and she spoke to police on Saturday about an altercation, but declined to press charges.

Madeline Sylvester told police recently that her house was broken into and her jewelry was missing from a jewelry box.

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