Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 7, 2012

Man hit with charges

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police made a traffic stop Saturday and arrested a county man on several charges. John H. Bryant, 38, Cookson, was booked for driving under the influence of drugs, drug possession, and firearms charges after having a felony conviction.

Marla B. Saeger, 51, Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence after allegedly failing to stop at a signal.

Jeffrey Corder, 38, Tahlequah, was arrested last week for domestic assault and battery.

Joseph M. Leach, 31, Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence of alcohol. A passenger, Adrienne M. Palmer, 29, Tahlequah, was booked for public intoxication.

James A. Scroggins, 29, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for DUI. Police said he was stopped after driving into oncoming traffic’s lane.

Courtnie G. Smith, 19, Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for DUI of alcohol.

Sarabia R. Ferman, 48, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for DUI.

Police took a report Friday from Ashley Geer about a harassing phone call.

Mark Walker told police Friday that a tractor was stolen from an apartment complex.

Carl Hornet filed an Internet fraud report last Thursday.

Heather Wright told police last week that her vehicle was burglarized.

Employees of Tahlequah Public Works Authority told police last week that one of the authority’s work trucks was broken into.

Seth Stricklen on Saturday reported a laptop as stolen.

Monisha Alleck spoke to police Sunday about someone breaking into a vehicle and damaging one of the doors.

Sandra Fisher told police last week that someone used a key to vandalize her car.

Kevin Gregory told police last week that a trailer was stolen from his residence.

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