Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 24, 2013

Two in Tahlequah picked up for public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — Two people were arrested by Tahlequah police this week for public intoxication charges.

Misha A. Sampson, 27, of Hockley, Texas, and Cody A. Montgomery, 25, of Wimberley, Texas, were booked on the alcohol charges. Sampson was also held for having drug paraphernalia in her possession.

John Spencer, 45, of Tahlequah, was arrested recently for assault with a deadly weapon.

Daniel Bosh, 43, of Tahlequah, was arrested Wednesday morning on burglary charges.

Rosie Davis told police Tuesday a vandal damaged the inside door to her house.

Holly Wilkerson told police she was threatened on Facebook Tuesday.

Dwight Swift spoke to police Tuesday afternoon about a robbery.

Linda Frazier reported an automobile burglary Tuesday.

Sarina Walker reported being involved in a dispute Tuesday.

Police took learned that a Humane Society of Cherokee County donation box was taken from a local business.

Johnna Snyder filed an information report this week about suspicious activity.

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