Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 18, 2013

Police take several theft, fraud reports

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police have taken several theft and fraud-related reports in recent days.

Brenda Ridenhour told police recently her signature was forged and a suspect tried to cash a check at a Tahlequah bank. Ridenhour said two other checks were used without her permission at Walmart.

Callie Pitre spoke to police Monday about fraudulent charges on her debit card.

Conner Barton filed a report this week about a stolen computer.

Employees of Finish Line told police recently that an unknown man entered the store and took a 30-pack of Budweiser without paying.

Brenna Ross reported her apartment burglarized this week.

Robert Mills filed a theft report Monday.

Travis Scroggin reported a bag of medication stolen out of his vehicle this week.

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