Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 14, 2014

Police Beat: Pair arrested for DUI, public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police officers arrested two Northeastern State University students Friday on alcohol-related charges following a traffic stop near Chilango's on South Muskogee Avenue.

Brynna L. Kindle, 19, of Cookson, was arrested and booked on charges of DUI. Haley Gummere, 19, of Tulsa, was also arrested on suspicion of public intoxication.

The department reports that Kindle was stopped after failing to maintain a lane of traffic.

On Thursday, police arrested Ronnie Kuhn, 26, on suspicion of stealing a pair of boots from Sharp's Clothing.

Officer Randy Tanner reports seeing Kuhn walking near a sign at 1 Plaza South, then attempting to hide behind the sign. Tanner states that he found a pair of boots behind the sign after Kuhn walked away.

After making contact with Kuhn near Aaron's Furniture, Tanner states that a Sharp's employee arrived on the scene and accused Kuhn of stealing the boots. Kuhn was arrested and charged with petit larceny.

Police spoke Thursday with Briana M. Lowe, who reported the theft of a black iPod Touch A1421, serial number C3TJNE94F4K4.

On Wednesday, Helen N. Willet told police a concrete wolf statue was stolen from her porch.

Adam Settlemyre visited the department on Wednesday to file a fraud report.

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