Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 9, 2014

Police Beat: Texas man arrested in wake of traffic stop

TAHLEQUAH — A Jenkins, Texas, man was arrested after a traffic stop early Thursday morning on the corner of Muskogee Avenue and Monroe Street.

According to the report, a police officer noticed a blue SUV traveling south on Muskogee Avenue, when it crossed the center line then the driver overcorrected, with the vehicle swerving into the far right lane, at which point the officer stopped the driver of the vehicle. When the officer made contact with the driver, Roberto C. Lombrana, 22, he noticed a strong odor of alcohol, and Lombrana was unsteady on his feed and had slurred speech.

Lombrana was then arrested for suspicion of DUI. While the officer was making an inventory of the vehicle, he noticed seven white pills wrapped in plastic inside the drink holder. The pills were marked with an “M” on one side, and a “T7” on the other. Lombrana was transported to the Tahlequah Police Department, where he underwent a breathalyzer test, registering a .26 and .27 blood alcohol level. He was then transported to the Cherokee County Detention Center, where he was booked in for aggravated DUI, possession of a prescription drug without a valid prescription, and driving without a license.

Tylar Stewart, reported being assaulted at Phoenix Park ball fields Tuesday evening.

Officers were called to Wal-Mart Wednesday evening for a theft report.

A Tahlequah woman contacted police Wednesday evening, reporting that a man had thrown a can of soda from a car, striking a juvenile who was standing on the side of the road.

Police investigated a report of a 5-year-old child who had been left at home alone at Southridge Apartments Tuesday. Reports state the child was left alone while the mother was at work.

Karie K. Stanley, on Wednesday, reported being harassed.

Kandis Robison, of Tahlequah, requested information to file a protective order Tuesday.

Betty Barrett, of Tahlequah, reported the theft of a 2015 decal from her license plate.

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