Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 16, 2012

Deputies take report on theft of metals

TAHLEQUAH — County deputies took a report Tuesday on stolen metal. Jordan Bowlin said someone took aluminum and copper.

Tasha Degase spoke to deputies recently about harassment.

A.J. Stout told deputies a woman fraudulently used one of his checks and cashed it for a large sum of money.

Earlene Richardson spoke to deputies Monday about the theft of a tow dolly that is white and silver and has 14-inch tires.

Bobby Hayes filed an assault report Monday.

Holly Foster reported a stolen Toshiba laptop computer Tuesday.

Tiffany Turner recent spoke to police about the theft of duffel bags and other items.

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