Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 8, 2014

Sheriff's Beat: Man says woman tried to run him down, hit his car

TAHLEQUAH — County sheriff’s deputies spoke to a man over the weekend when a woman rammed his car. Ronnie Hobbs said a woman drove her vehicle at him, but he jumped out of the way before being hit. The woman then crashed her vehicle into Hobbs’ vehicle, leaving a dent and scuff marks.

Wanda Puckett spoke with deputies last week and said a man threatened her and pointed a gun at her.

Marissa Deerinwater filed an assault report last week.

Employees at Dollar General north of town told deputies that a woman stuck merchandise in her purse and left without paying.

Jeff Walls filed a theft report last week.

Kimmie Barlow told deputies Sunday a man grabbed her arm and the arm of a 2-year-olds he was holding, then threw them both into a wall. When she tried to leave with the child, the man chased her, beat on her car and tried to get inside the vehicle.

Verne Nesom told deputies last month that a number of belongings have been stolen recently, including a pistol, chainsaw, watch, TV, and medications.

Patrick Sapp reported the theft of his wallet last week.

Harold Scott told deputies that a chop saw is missing from his storage building, which was burglarized last month.

Deputies took a 15-year-old boy into custody Friday after the boy made threats.

Dawn Osburn, manager at Garden Walk Apartments, filed a threats report last week.

Ted Bear filed a dog-bite report recently.

Deputies filed a report Friday after an alarm went off in the Hulbert area. When deputies arrived at the home, windows had been knocked out, the alarm keypad had been pulled from the wall, and sirens inside and outside the home were broken.

Deputies learned a 13-year-old foster child was caught pulling a 6-year-old child into a room and removing the boy’s pants.

Deputies took a report lafter an 11-year-old girl said she had been inappropriately touched by a man.

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