Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 10, 2012

Sheriff’s employee reports stolen gun

TAHLEQUAH —  

County sheriff’s deputies took a report from an Adair County Sheriff’s Office employee about a stolen gun.
Alan Aguayo said his duty weapon, a Glock 21, had been left in its holster inside his home. He said someone was installing Internet at his home, while he worked outside. When he went to prepare for duty, he noticed the firearm was missing from his holster.
On Tuesday, Rachel Patterson told deputies someone took numerous items from a travel trailer, including pots and pans, a toaster and toaster oven, skillets, a Coleman grill, and lawn chairs.
Bobbi Shirrel reported threats on Monday.
Deputies took a report recently about vandalism at Lowery Cemetery.
Irma Chastain reported theft of property and a recreational vehicle last week.
Payton Crow reported a fight last week.

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