Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 23, 2012

Police Beat - Vehicle reported stolen

TAHLEQUAH — A Minnesota man spoke to police this week after a vehicle was stolen from a motel.

Dennis Halme said a gold 2011 Chevrolet Cruze with Minnesota tag number of 517-JCZ was stolen from the parking lot of Best Western. Halme said the vehicle was in the parking lot Saturday, Nov. 17, and was gone Monday morning, Nov. 19.

Bank of Cherokee County employees spoke to police this week to report vandalism to a travel trailer and vehicle in the repo parking area. Windows were broken on both, and damage was also done inside the travel trailer.

Charles Combs reported being threatened Tuesday.

Linda Johnson reported a lost diamond ring Tuesday.

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