Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 13, 2014

Police Beat: Officers respond to vicious dog report

TAHLEQUAH — Officers with the Tahlequah Police Department responded this week to check on a vicious dog near Muskogee and South streets.

Officer Pam Bell said she found the pit bull dog running down the road. The dog charged Bell’s patrol car when Bell tried to get out of the vehicle, she said. Bell spoke to the dog’s owner about the number of complaints lodged against the animal, and animal control officers were notified.

Joanne Ward filed a vandalism report Tuesday.

Catherine Whyman told police her Sprint HTC Evo was stolen from her work place at the Tahlequah Public Library.

Ashley Williams spoke with officers Wednesday about a domestic disturbance.

Johnie Mahaney Jr. reported a storage building burglarized this week. Items missing include a China cabinet, Coleman lanterns,  Coleman four-burner camp stoves, and five tote storage boxes.

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