Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 13, 2013

Police Beat

HULBERT — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman Monday after she was found on property where she had previously been banned.

Claudia Elizabeth Taylor, 32, was booked for trespassing. Deputies went to a residence in Garden Walk Apartments to serve a writ, and Taylor was inside the apartment with several other people. When apartment managers saw her, they told deputies Taylor had previously been banned.

Deputies spoke to Lionel Biggers Monday about threatening text messages he received.

Marilyn Griffin reported a lost credit card was used by someone to make a purchase.

Bert Goodman II filed a report after a radio was stolen from a vehicle.

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