Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 11, 2012

Fraud report filed

TAHLEQUAH — A Park Hill man filed a fraud report with sheriff’s deputies June 7 in reference to two stolen checks.

James Delaney told  officials the checks were taken at a paint and body shop, and were later cashed for $180 at Oklahoma Station.

Carolyn White reported an illegal dumping on June 2. White told deputies that items identified belonged to her deceased  parents, and were found dumped in a ravine near the residence, which White said had been foreclosed on by Bank of America. White informed deputies that an unknown man told her that she needed to remove wanted items from the home or they would be taken to a landfill.

Sasha Kimpel talk to sheriff’s deputies June 7 to report four orange-colored spray-painted messages directed at her on the highway en route to her place of work.

Kimpel informed deputies that she and a relative were also receiving harassing text messages from the same unknown number.

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