Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 9, 2013

Police arrest woman found hiding in trash bin at apartments

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a woman who was hiding in a trash bin last week after she allegedly vandalized a man’s apartment door.

Jessica L. Hart, 20, of Tahlequah, was booked for public intoxication and vandalism. Hart allegedly damaged the door to Leonard Hulsey’s apartment, and then fled from the scene. She was eventually found hiding in a large trash bin, police said.

Shannon W. Beaver, 35, of Peggs, was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence.

Judith G. Parrish, 52, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for shoplifting from Walmart.

Police spoke with Misty Phifer last week after she reported being harassed by a man.

Bettina Carriger filed a report over a protective-order violation.

Teresa Walkabout reported violation of a protective order Saturday.

Chelsea Davis reported a stolen X-Box Friday.

Amanda Hathcoat reported graffiti being written on her residence.

Leanardo Espinoza spoke with police last week about a window being shattered out of his vehicle.

Andrew Griggs reported his vehicle burglarized last week.

Roy Caviness reported property stolen from his vehicle last week.

Jessie Skinner told police a wallet was stolen out of her vehicle last week.

Steve Koelsch told police last week that a suspect stole his wife’s purse and other items from a vehicle last week.

Oliva Mendez reported being harassed Saturday.

Steve Eubanks told police his car window was damaged while he was at the movie theater.

Walmart employees told police Monday that two men spray painted letters on the floor and on the north side of the building.

Kimberly Brown told police that three iPods and a food-stamp card were stolen from her Saturday.

Alicia Arnall reported being threatened Saturday.

Shelby Burnett told police her purse was stolen Friday at Walmart.

Employees at Hibachi Buffett filed a burglary report last week.

Peyton Stilwell told police Saturday that his cell phone was stolen while he was at Walmart.

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