Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 9, 2013

Alchol-related charges filed

TAHLEQUAH — A 27-year-old Park Hill man was arrested Monday after Tahlequah police conducted a traffic stop.

Steven L. Ryals was booked for driving under the influence of alcohol second or subsequent, obstructing an officer, driving with a revoked driver’s license, transporting an open container, endeavoring to inhale an intoxicating vapor, and taxes due state.

Breanna Hamby spoke to police Tuesday after someone shattered the windshield and back glass of her vehicle. The suspects sped away in a white mini-van.

Noelle Belmore spoke to police this week about a protective order being violated.

Paula Williams reported stolen property this week.

David Wright reported an assault this week that occurred sometime last week.

Oscar Antonio on Monday reported second-degree burglary of an automobile.

Katy Ingle reported money being obtained by false pretense.

Kimberly Duchesne reported Monday that medication was stolen from a residence.

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