Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 20, 2012

Area man tells deputies his dogs were killed

Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies took a report Tuesday from a man who said his two dogs were killed.

Clyde Hinds said the two dogs were found last month and appeared to have been shot. Hinds also reported someone had spray-painted a mailbox.

Tara Lamons last week reported possible damage to a vehicle.

Eric McCully told deputies Tuesday that someone went took from his Jeep three CD cases and a Black and Decker drill pack, along with $4 in quarters. They also tried to remove his radio.

Tammy and Dwight Tyner reported theft of a boat battery Tuesday, and said the cables on their truck’s battery had been cut.

 Christina Whatley on Tuesday told deputies she took her ring off to wash her hands, and forgot to get it from the sink when she left. Whatley had been floating on the river.

David Crews told deputies Tuesday he was assaulted by a man who got into a truck and left.

Betty Johnson filed a vandalism report last Friday, and told deputies someone tried to break into  a home.

Zack Clark told deputies his lost his iPhone at the river. His service provider used its technology to “ping” the phone, which showed it was at an apartment complex in Hulbert. Clark was accompanied to the apartment, and the people there said they’d found the phone and handed it over.

Susan Butler filed an assault report this month.

James Landrum spoke to deputies this week about a lost wallet. Landrum said he was in the Snake Creek area of Lake Tenkiller when he last had the wallet.

Sparrow Hawk Camp representatives filed a theft report last month.

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