Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 15, 2012

Crash leads to arrest


An early Saturday morning crash led to the arrest of a Park Hill man. Shelby I. Killian, 21, was booked for driving under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of a crash after he allegedly struck two vehicles while driving.
Police arrested Carol A. Montgomery, 40, of Tahlequah, for actual physical control on Friday.
Leland Nakedhead, 38, of Tulsa, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence. A passenger in the vehicle, Amy Lowry, 29, of Stilwell, was arrested for public information and providing a false name to Tahlequah police.
Miguel Cagal, 37, of Tahlequah, was arrested for domestic assault Friday.
Marshal L. Northrup, 39, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for DUI of alcohol.
Jerri L. Palmer, 50, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for DUI and other charges.
Sarah Rauniker reported her wallet stolen Saturday.
David Camden last week told police he was at the skate park and saw two people start to fight. Camden said he tried to stop them from fighting, and a juvenile threatened to shoot him.
David Smalley reported a stolen backpack last week, but the item was later recovered.
Russ Warner filed a vandalism report Friday.
Police took reports Sunday and Monday about dozens of Tulsa World papers being stolen.
Julie Ball field a home break-in report Friday.
Officers were called to Tahlequah City Hospital Sunday to take a report on a child who had a black eye.
Police were called to TCH on Sunday to take an assault report.
Officers responded early Monday morning after a business was broken into and someone took about $10 in money that was in a donation jar.

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