Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 31, 2012

Man arrested for public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — A Muskogee man was arrested on Sunday following a disturbance at the W.W. Hastings emergency room. Kent A. Ausmus, 43, was taken into custody by Tahlequah police for public intoxication and making threats of violence.

Brittany Lamont filed a hit-and-run accident report Oct. 29 to notify law officials of the incident, which took place the intersection of Allen Road and Bertha Parker Bypass.

Chrystall Dodd filed a theft report Oct. 29. Dodd told police her wallet had been taken from her vehicle, which was in an apartment complex parking lot, during the night. According to the report, the wallet contained Dodd’s driver’s license, cash, Social Security cards, children cards, receipts, Armstrong debit card, Oklahoma access card and nursing license.

Edith Sierra reported Oct. 27 that her purse had been stolen.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation filed a vandalism report Oct. 29, indicating two cars were egged.

Brianna Jones on Oct. 29 reported an intruder broke into her vehicle while it was parked near Club Effex. Jones told police her wallet and purse were missing.

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