Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 19, 2014

Sheriff's Beat: Vehicle reported stolen

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies took a stolen-vehicle report recently.

Shelly Sparks told deputies her 2013 Ford Focus was taken. The car is red and has Oklahoma tag number 906-14C.

In other matters, Rachel Gann told police Sunday that she spotted her stolen vehicle being driven in the county, but later lost sight of it.

Audrah Page reported an assault on Saturday.

Roy Thompson filed a stolen-TV report last week.

Rhonda Bivins spoke with deputies this week about stolen property, including bank cards.

Bryce Matthews filed an information report Tuesday.

Employees at the Log Store south of Tahlequah told deputies Saturday that a man took two 18-packs of beer and fled without paying.

Jamie McMurray reported the theft of a vehicle Monday.

Adrianne Fishinghawk filed an information report last week.

Cleo Gomez reported being assaulted last week.

Samantha Jones filed an assault report last Friday.

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