Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 23, 2014

Police Beat: Shawnee man arrested after stealing beer from E-Z Mart

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a Shawnee man early Wednesday morning after a beer run at E-Z Mart.

Employees at the convenience store on the west side of the city told police a man entered the store just before 1 a.m. and ran out without paying for beer. Reserve Officer Austin Yates saw the man, 19-year-old Joseph R. Cashion, walking down the road. Yates arrested Cashion and booked him into jail for petit larceny and public intoxication.

Justin Hogner, 31, of Tulsa, was arrested Wednesday morning for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Christine L. Murphy, 38, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for larceny of merchandise from Walmart.

Sandra Freeman told police her debit card was stolen recently and was used to make unauthorized purchases.

Employees at Wisdom Keepers told police this week that two televisions were stolen. One TV is a 47-inch LED Vizio, and the second is a 39-inch LED Vizio.

Tammy Ballard told police this week that the tag was stolen from her vehicle.

Lanina Nolan told police this week that a man walked into her trailer without knocking or calling. Nolan said the man identified himself as a “maintenance man.”

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