Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 12, 2014

Sheriff Report: Cherokee County deputies recover trailer

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies worked with Tulsa detectives Monday to recover a trailer that had been stolen from Tulsa Technology Center.

Tulsa authorities met deputies in the Peggs area to talk with a man who was trying to sell the trailer on Craigslist. The man agreed to meet with authorities, and provided to them a bill of sale showing he had purchased the trailer around the first of the year. Authorities confirmed the trailer had been stolen from Tulsa and took possession of it.

In other matters, Bradley Pillay filed an information report recently.

Jason Bycroft filed an information report Tuesday.

Kendall Kilpatrick filed an information report last week.

James Applegate filed an assault report Monday.

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