Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 24, 2013

Police officer arrest local woman Sunday after traffic stop

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah Police Department officers arrested a woman on Sunday after a traffic stop. Rebecca L. Hooper, 43, of Park Hill was arrested for allegedly giving false information to a police officer, driving under suspension, no valid insurance and an outstanding warrant. The stop occurred at Choctaw Street and College Avenue.

Police were called to the Walmart Supercenter Sunday about two female shoplifters apprehended by asset protection. Officers transported a juvenile suspect to the TPD, where she was taken into custody by a guardian.

On Sunday, a man told police a woman stole his vehicle from his residence.

Police responded Sunday to a report of a break-in at Neat Stuff, 116 S. Muskogee Ave. A suspect, wearing blue jeans and a ballcap, got into a vehicle, according to the complaint. Officers reported finding windows broken.

A woman told police Sunday about vandalism to a window in her apartment.

Sunday, police were called to the Express Stop store on Choctaw Street about a gas drive-off. The clerk identified a driver who put $24.24 worth of fuel in his vehicle and left without paying.

Saturday, a woman living in Cedar Avenue Apartments reported her wallet, containing ID and $500, was stolen by her roommate. The woman produced a text message from the roommate, saying she had taken the wallet and spent some of the money.

A woman complained Saturday that she received an obscene phone call while working at the Rent-A-Center at 1741 S. Muskogee Ave.

Also on Saturday, a man told police he was receiving threatening and harassing phone calls from a neighbor.

On Friday, police visited Walmart in response to a shoplifter in custody. Sabrina E. Martinez, 19, was arrested.

Rhonda L. Swimmer visited TPD Friday to report that a neighbor had taken her 1999 Oldsmobile from her residence without her permission. Police later arrested a suspect, Frank C. Limpy, 33.

Also on Friday, a woman filed a report at the police department claiming her handicapped parking decal was stolen from her vehicle.

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