Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 9, 2014

Police Beat: Two arrested, caught shoplifting at Walmart

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested two locals Monday when they were caught shoplifting from Walmart.

Drew C. Scott, 26, and Whitney F. Barr, 26, both of Tahlequah, were taken into custody at Walmart and booked into jail for petit larceny.

Willa D. Crow-Griffin, 56, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for allegedly shoplifting from Walmart.

Angela A. Rooks, 49, of Griffin, Ga., was arrested Monday night for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police spoke to employees of Stuteville Ford Monday after a man took a 2014 Ford F-150 for a test drive, but never returned the truck.

Robert Hobbs filed a report Monday about his van’s being burglarized.

Officers spoke to Ty Carlisle, Dalton Checotah, Kendra Camplain, Joshua Mouse and Christine Portugal.

Sherri Whitehead spoke with police about her fence being damaged recently.

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