Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 2, 2013

Police Beat - Woman arrested after traffic stop

TAHLEQUAH — A Stilwell woman was arrested by Tahlequah police on Dec. 29 following a traffic stop near Taco Bell.  A witness at T-Bones Place contacted police to report Clarissa L. Chavez, 31, who was taken into custody on complaints of hit and run, driving under the influence, driving under suspension and other traffic offenses.

Timothy W. Champlain, 52, of Tahlequah was arrested on Dec. 29 for writing a check on a closed account to Tahlequah Lumber and for warrants in Creek and Tulsa counties.

Dorothy Vannote, 42, of Tahlequah, and Rose Holden, 27, of Tahlequah were arrested on Dec. 28 for drug possession following a traffic stop near the UKB Casino.

Stoney Elam, 19, of Tahlequah was arrested on Dec. 28 for driving under the influence following a traffic stop near Baker Street and South Muskogee Avenue.

Patti Y. Plemmons, 38, of Tahlequah was arrested on Dec. 28 for shoplifting from Walmart.

Carl B. Rosin, 21, of Park Hill was arrested on Dec. 29 for shoplifting at Walmart.

Sara Perkins spoke to police on Dec. 28 to report stolen medications.

Adam Tollison filed a theft report on Dec. 30 to notify police that his vehicle had been broken into during the night at his North Jones Street residence.

Anthony Margarit filed a theft report on Dec. 30 after discovering some property being stolen from a motor vehicle.

Aaron Duncan spoke to police on Dec. 23 to report being assaulted in the area of North Jones Avenue. The report said Duncan was hit twice in the face with a tire tool and was transported to Saint Francis for surgery.

Rhonda Parsons spoke to police on Dec. 29 to notify law officials that she heard noise outside the West Shawnee residence. The report indicated Parsons went outside to investigate and saw a male jumping the fence. Damage to the residence’s bathroom was reported.

Leroy Keys filed a fraud report on Dec. 28 in reference to forged checks.

James H. Evans, 31, of Tahlequah was arrested for assault on Dec. 23 at Super Inn Suites. Two male victims, ages 49 and 47, were found at the scene and transported to the hospital for treatment.

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