Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 31, 2013

Park Hill residents arrested

TAHLEQUAH — Two Park Hill residents were arrested Monday morning after they were caught shoplifting from Reasor’s.

Police said Amber L. Larson, 29, and Richard C. Larson Jr., 27, took Mt. Dew, Monster energy drinks and a box of diapers and attempted to leave Reasor’s without paying.

Aaron Shepard, 27, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for trespassing at the United Keetoowah Band Casino.

Michael C. Dean, 27, and Elaine N. Dean, 25, both of Porter, were arrested on alcohol-related charges Saturday after a traffic stop near Downing and the bypass.

Police filed a report last week after visiting a home with representatives of the Department of Human Services and finding a white, powdery substance and drug paraphernalia.

Matthew Boland spoke with police Monday about the unauthorized use of his debit card.

Angela Hillian told police her medication is missing from her home.

Police responded to the Tahlequah Post Office Monday afternoon when two women’s wallets were found. The wallets were logged into a property room at the police department.

Officers spoke to Jimmy Hoffman Jr. Thursday after he was assaulted.

Doug Whisenhunt reported a stolen bicycle last week.

Police spoke to employees of Jimmy’s Egg Sunday morning after the business was burglarized, and suspects took money and steaks.

Roger Hawley spoke with police Saturday about a box of antique money being stolen during a home burglary.

Cynthia White reported a disturbance last week.

Leticia Sierra told police her car was burglarized and her birth certificate was stolen last week.

Stephani Cobb told police a pair of jeans were stolen from her clothes line and the suspect later attempted to sell the jeans on a Facebook sale website.

Thomas Montgomery told police recently about damage done to a rental home, as well as a refrigerator being stolen from that property.

Glenys Breuklander reported the theft of oxycodone last Thursday.

Patricia Brickey spoke with police recently about jewelry being stolen from her house.

C.J. McHenry reported a stolen vehicle last week.

Aaron Johnson spoke with police last week after several vehicles were vandalized on West Fourth Street.

Paige Hill filed a report about the misuse of a credit card Thursday.

Paula Wagers reported a burglary Sunday.

Wanema Moore filed an information report with police Saturday.

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