Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 31, 2012

Cell phone stolen

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police spoke with employees of a cellular phone company last week after a phone was taken from the store.

Employees at AT&T on South Muskogee Avenue said a display Samsung Galaxy Note was taken. Police said the phone was returned to the store shortly after employees filed the report.

Roy Willmond told police Thursday that an unknown person used his debit card to purchase a Western Union money gram.

Police were dispatched recently to a car fire on Lane Avenue. The cause of the vehicle fire is listed as unknown.

Kevin Rowe filed a report t his month about stolen property an the violation of a protective order.

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