Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 14, 2012

Police arrest area woman for causing disturbance at store

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a Muskogee woman recently after she caused a disturbance at a convenience store.

Police said Malana Castillo, 34, had several pills in her purse and a pill bottle containing prescription medication that didn’t belong to her.

Wanda Stayathome, 19, of Tahlequah, and Shirley L. Walker, 22, of Park Hill, were arrested Friday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Owen E. White, 52, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for public intoxication and possession of marijuana.

Danielle T. Buck, 19, of Grove, was arrested Tuesday morning for driving under the influence after police said she was spotted driving the wrong direction on a one-way street.

Bruce B. Wright, 42, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for public intoxication and obstructing an officer.

Police last week arrested Jacob A. Stopp, 22, and Kelsi S. Butler, 20, both of Tahlequah after they allegedly stole a shirt from Reasor’s and an iPod from Walmart.

Officers arrested a juvenile Saturday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Barby Hobbs spoke to police Saturday about vandalism to a vehicle.

Amber Donnell told police Monday someone broken into her car and stole several items.

Doyle Zimbelman reported a trespasser at the Super Spray Car Wash on Muskogee Avenue.

Geraldine Corter told police Friday an intruder broken into a house and took items.

Samuel Chadwick reported a home burglary Friday.

Noelle Belmore said Friday that a man has been harassing and stalking her at her home.

Police took a report Wednesday after a window was broken at Tahlequah Middle School.

Candice Thompson reported stolen money last week.

Cindy McClure reported last week that a vehicle struck the passenger-side mirror on her vehicle.

Police on Sunday responded to a loud-party call on Wisteria Lane several times and issued a social-host citation.

Taylore Mead reported his vehicle stolen Saturday.

Olivia Morgan told police a suspect took gaming equipment and threw it into a creek Friday.

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