Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 3, 2013

Man says robber took his vehicle

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies took a report earlier this week after a man said he was robbed of a truck.

Allen Woodard said an intoxicated man who was at Woodard’s home began to argue with a woman and decided to walk away from the home. Woodard later awoke to a banging at his door, and the suspect was standing outside with a metal pipe, demanding Woodard’s vehicle keys. The suspect had shattered two windows on the truck and left with the vehicle. Deputies later found the truck at the suspect’s house, but could not get anyone to answer the door. The truck was returned to Woodard.

In other matters, Glenda Cobb reported the theft of a Garmin Nuvi 1100LM, CDs and some change, which were taken from her vehicle.

Peggy Pearman spoke to police Tuesday about threatening phone calls.

Tonya Russell reported the theft of eye glasses, headphones, and an insurance verification this week.

Monika Mann reported the theft of her cell phone Tuesday.

Victoria Mast reported a GPS stolen from her vehicle Tuesday.

Alice Cheairs filed an information report this week.

Gerald Fixin, of Rocky Ford Church, filed a report after security lights were vandalized.

Employees at Snake Creek Wilderness Store filed a burglary report Tuesday.

Debbie Gilmer spoke with deputies after medication was taken from her house.

Beverly Williams reported the theft of two water heaters, a gas cook stove, a refrigerator, a washing machine, an outdoor central air unit, and other items this week.

Deputies filed a death investigation report this week on 47-year-old Tracey D. Verdun. Manner of death is believed to be natural, according to the report.

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