Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 8, 2013

Man arrested for outraging public decency

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man Saturday at Project O Si Yo.

Ron J. Decolongon, 27, of Tahlequah, was booked for outraging public decency.

Mark Myers, 51, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for disturbing the peace.

Robert Harvey, 18, of Locust Grove, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence.

Police also arrested two Locust Grove passengers in the vehicle: Christopher James, 19, and Carl B. Stephens, 24.

Adam Carey, 23, of Tahlequah, was arrested for domestic-related charges Saturday after a disturbance was reported.

Employees at Arvest Bank filed a report last week after someone used a deceased person’s name to get a loan.

Employees at Amerigas reported a vehicle and building being shot with a paint ball gun.

Larry Newton of Pleasant View Apartments reported an illegal dumping of a refrigerator Friday.

Dustin Woods spoke to police Friday about the unauthorized use of his checking account.

Charlene White told police the front door of her brother’s house was kicked in Sunday.

Police responded to Sears Sunday for a broken window. Officers said a rock was used to break a front glass panel, and at least two items were taken from inside.

Ocean Hooker reported a domestic disturbance Friday.

Cody Coonce told police Thursday that a cell phone was taken.

Lori Yount told police Sunday she lost a credit card and someone used it the following day.

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