Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 23, 2013

Police take report on stolen vehicle

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police took a stolen-vehicle report Wednesday.

Faustino Medina told police the black Mitsubishi was stolen from the 900 block of West Fox. It was last seen leaving eastbound from a trailer park before Medina lost sight of the vehicle.

Aaron Raney filed a report Wednesday after his home was burglarized. Raney said the suspect took a laptop computer and a guitar amplifier.

Jose Garcia filed a theft report Tuesday.

Bobbie Hammer spoke with police Tuesday after a decal and a cell phone were stolen from her vehicle.

Tyler Stewart filed a report Sunday and told police he was robbed at gunpoint at his residence.

Tonya Wapskiney told police Monday she was assaulted.

Police spoke to Dana Moses on Tuesday after Moses’ medication was stolen from her apartment while she was in the hospital.

Officers filed a report this week after speaking to Jesus Martinez, who said he had been threatened.

Miguel Eligio reported a stolen phone Tuesday.

Kourtney Howard told officers Tuesday she and her boyfriend are being harassed.

Amanda Johnson told police Tuesday that some keys were stolen.

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