Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 1, 2012

Man claims bank employees harassing him

TAHLEQUAH — County sheriff’s deputies spoke with a man this month who said employees of a Texas bank were harassing him. Charles Carey said the employees threatened him after Carey turned down an offer. Deputies spoke to personnel with the bank.

Tasha Degase filed a larceny report Friday.

Henry Olson told deputies someone stole an air compressor, tool box, mower, wheel barrow and other items Friday.

John Heading filed a larceny report Sunday.

Valeie Hawley reported harassment Sunday.

Joseph Vanbuskirk this month filed an assault report.

Matthew Clyburn recently filed a vandalism report.

Jess French told deputies Thursday that someone took an electric guitar.

Mary Plaud filed an assault report this month.

A report was filed this month about a 17-year-old boy being threatened at school.

Ronald Lee filed a forgery report Friday.

Clark Cox reported unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Friday.

Rick Prewitt told deputies someone took a 16-foot flatbed trailer Thursday.

Dustin McAlvain reported an assault earlier this month.

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