Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 26, 2013

Local man arrested for trespassing

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man Monday who allegedly trespassed at Garden Walk Apartments.

Adam Michael Carey, 23, of Tahlequah, had previously been banned from the apartment complex, and had signed a document acknowledging he would be arrested if he returned to the property after he was banned.

Deputies this week filed a report on the June 18 arrest of Tyler Dean McClure, 18, of Muskogee, who was allegedly found slumped over behind the wheel of a vehicle that was parked in the road at South 370 Road and County Line Road. McClure told deputies he was “just sleeping” and had recently been released from jail in Gore after an arrest for public intoxication, a report says. Deputies recovered a package of synthetic marijuana out of McClure’s vehicle, and he was booked into jail for actual physical control.

In other matters, Ashley Jones filed an assault report last week.

Michelle Millburg told deputies she received threats via text message last week.

Ronnie Thompson told deputies recently that his home was burglarized and several items were stolen, including jewelry boxes, pocket knives, silver spoons, a stereo, and tools.

Jamie Johnson this week filed an assault report.

Audrey Maher told deputies a door on her home was pried open and a small safe containing old silver dollars and birth certificates was stolen. Two cameras and jewelry were also missing.

Suzanne Drywater recently reported a home burglary.

Donna Rhodes recently filed a report about a woman who frequently vandalizes her trailer and vehicle.

Josh Garner filed an assault report earlier this month.

Deputies took an animal-bite report Monday after a 17-year-old was bitten by a dog.

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