Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 21, 2012

Gun reported stolen


 Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies took a report of stolen guns and other items Thursday.
Jaclyn Yanez said someone took a Lorcin 380 gold-plated firearm; a Rossi Wizard 243; a Rossi single-barrel 410 rifle with interchangeable barrels; a 12-gauge Mossberg Pump 385 with wood grain; a 22 Marlin semi-automatic rifle that is missing a tube spring; and a .257 Roberts bolt-action in a camo gun case.
Yanez also said an Acer Aspire laptop and a Craftsman 5,500-watt generator.
In other matters, deputies arrested Kaylynn Sharp, 20, of Tahlequah, for public intoxication Friday. Sharp allegedly was involved in an argument and asked to be taken to jail because she was drunk.
 Carl Stacy on Thursday said someone broke a home and took a watch, a 32-inch TV, bed spreads, kitchen appliances, dishes and more.
Jessica McCullough reported intimidation Thursday.
Ida Gray filed an assault report Wednesday.

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