Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 5, 2012

Traffic stop lands two men in jail

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police made two arrests early Tuesday morning following a traffic stop near Grand and Allen roads.

Johnnyray Miller, 18, of Tahlequah, was booked for driving under the influence of alcohol, and Kevin R. Lowe, 23, of Tahlequah, was booked for public intoxication and a city warrant.

Sandy L. Adair, 28, of Muldrow, was arrested over the weekend for aggravated DUI after police conducted a traffic stop.

Karl Wispell, 19, of Frisco, Texas, was arrested Tuesday for DUI of alcohol.

Michael D. Willhoite, 49, of Pryor, was arrested Friday for driving under the influence of drugs after being involved in a three-car injury crash.

Parker G. Hollabaugh, 19, of Vinita, was arrested Tuesday morning for DUI after a traffic stop near Downing and Bluff.

Weston Cox, 22, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday for public intoxication and resisting arrest after he allegedly ran from police.

Amber Convirs spoke to police Saturday about being assaulted in a parking lot near Ned’s.

Nicholas Lara, 38, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday for DUI.

Walter W. Dill, 25, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday after he allegedly took merchandise from Reasor’s.

Max E. Travis, 25, of Tahlequah, was booked last week on outstanding warrants after police were dispatched to a domestic.

Scotty L. Sequichie, 19, of Sallisaw, was arrested Sunday for assaulting Austen Mouse.

Police filed a report Friday after responding to a noise complaint on Turpin Lane. Officers said citations were issued to participants in the Pike fraternity for violation of the social-host ordinance.

Police arrested a juvenile Friday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Sheila Robertson spoke to police Sunday about being harassed at work.

Employees at the Tahlequah Daily Press spoke to police recently about a break-in and burglary.

Trudy J. Mickle told police last week that she was struck by a vehicle while she was working at Carl’s Jr.

Jose Francisco Aguilar-Pac reported his identifications as lost on Friday.

A woman spoke to police Sunday about a man in a red truck exposing himself to her.

Garbriela Gonzalez told police an intruder broke into her home, and several items were taken last week.

Marcia Hensley reported stolen medication Monday.

Mary Sargent told police someone ran over her foot Sunday.

James Bookout reported a stolen phone Thursday.

Ryan Freeman spoke to police Saturday about the use of a key to vandalize a vehicle door.

Police filed a report Saturday on the death of Cody J. Myers, 23. Detectives were called to the scene on North Ash to conduct an investigation.

Phillis Wilfong spoke to police last week about damage being done to her fence.

Marshall Conner spoke to police Friday about vandalism to an automobile. Conner said someone cut wires on his truck.

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