Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 9, 2013

Deputies logs theft, vandalism reports

TAHLEQUAH — Thursday, deputies for the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department responded to complaints of burglary, larceny, theft and vandalism.

Elvis Dry of Tahlequah reported that he inadvertently left two money orders, valued at $73.70 and $23.99, in the car of a relative who was not returning his calls.

In a vandalism complaint, Larry R. Rose of Peggs reported a crack in the windshield of his vehicle.

Chester Bailey of Hulbert filed a complaint that his residence was burglarized with $800 and a coin counter missing.

Lee Proctor spoke with police last week about being threatened with a gun.

In the Peggs Community Church parking lot, Bill Lyons reported the theft of a Taurus .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol from his vehicle after a rock had been thrown through a window.

Melody Roberts told deputies her home was burglarized and several items were stolen, including a gun, ammunition, and a 40-inch LCD TV.

Elzie Osburn filed an information report Tuesday.

Daniel Vincent reported a vehicle burglary this week.

Paulette May Johnson stated that someone had taken out a loan using her driver’s license number, address and social security number.

On Thursday, Trevor Gates reported stolen a 2008 Pontiac with Cherokee plate number 60497C. He also stated that his house had been burglarized and a lamp stolen.

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