Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 29, 2014

Police Beat: Three women arrested for shoplifting

TAHLEQUAH — Three women were arrested by Tahlequah police Monday evening after they allegedly shoplifted at Walmart.

Lisa Fogleman, 43, of Locust Grove; 22-year-old Lindsay Fogleman, of Tulsa; and 21-year-old Tisha Blackfox, of Locust Grove, were accused of concealing items from several different departments at Walmart. Employees at Walmart said the women left the store without paying for the items. Each was booked into jail for petit larceny.

Waylon J. Davis, 21, of Grand Prairie, Texas, was arrested Tuesday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Officers spoke with Natalie Wisdom Thursday about a larceny from Wisdom’s home.

William Chambers filed a report last week about his home door being kicked in and a laptop computer being stolen.

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