Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 16, 2012

Three people arrested in alleged break-in

TAHLEQUAH — Three people, including two juveniles, were arrested over the weekend for allegedly breaking into a house.

The three reportedly admitted to police they entered the house, and a witness claimed to have seen them exit. Jesse R. James, 23, of Tahlequah, was booked along with the two juveniles.

In other matters, Charles E. Green, 28, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshua A. Johnson, 18, of Tahlequah, was arrested early Monday morning for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia after police responded to a suspicious vehicle near Spring Street.

Jeffrey R. Evan, 23, of Tahlequah, was arrested Thursday for public intoxication, possession of marijuana, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor

Emily J. Holcomb, 19, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for domestic violence.

Michael A. Armstrong, 20, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for embezzlement.

Pamela Hess filed a fraud report Thursday.

Officers took a stolen bike report from Abigail Aleman Saturday.

Michelle Ernandes told police Saturday that someone backed into her vehicle and left without reporting it.

Lydia Neal reported harassing phone calls last week.

Wayne Sampson told police last week that someone stole medication and a cell phone from his residence.

Natalie Matson spoke to police last week about missing items from her motel room.

Kandice Branham told police her window was broken out Sunday at an apartment.

Thomas Walker reported an animal at large Sunday.

Denny Petereit said his wallet was stolen from inside his vehicle Friday.

Whitney Ober reported a lost or stolen driver’s license last week.

Amie McGinnis said someone harassed her while she was at work Friday.

Lanelle McCully reported larceny from a home Friday.

Jeffrey Baca reported a 12-foot enclosed trailer stolen Friday.

Cody Cobler reported he was assaulted at Ned’s Friday.

Cruze Williams on Sunday said he received threatening phone calls.

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