Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 24, 2013

Two arrested for outstanding warrants

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested two people Thursday evening for outstanding warrants.

Jeremiah D. Mollie, 23, and Autumn Reynolds, 19, were both arrested at the Super Inn Suites.

John Robison, of Bumble Bee Trailer Park, spoke to police Thursday to report the theft of 10 boxes of flooring. Robison said the boxes were taken by an unknown suspect who entered a trailer over night.

Debra Aguire told police Wednesday her wallet was stolen while she was unloading her shopping cart at Walmart.

Police were called by a local man Thursday who found drug paraphernalia in his residence. The man told officers it belonged to a woman who had spent some time at the residence.

Edgar Stark reported a stolen BMX bicycle Thursday.

Kristina Baldonado reported a stolen bicycle Thursday night.

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