Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 18, 2012

Deputies take theft reports

TAHLEQUAH —  

Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies have taken several theft reports in the past week.
Lucinda Chaffin filed a report saying someone took a gas tank off of a pontoon boat at a lake marina.
Ina Pickup on Wednesday said someone broke into a home and stole checks.
Ashley Coleman reported unauthorized use of a motor vehicle this week.
Thomas Gregory on Tuesday reported harassment by his landlord.
Adam Petty told police Tuesday that he’d been assaulted by a woman, who kicked him in the leg.
Tisha Cochran filed a threats report Wednesday.
Michelle Clutter filed an information report last Sunday.
Beverly Mehlhorn reported threats last Sunday.
Christine Taylor filed an information report Wednesday.

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