Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 31, 2012

Man arrested for public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — A Sallisaw man was arrested by sheriff’s deputies for public intoxication near Camp Lutherhoma on July 28. According to the report, Hosein Ali Kaviani, 31, told deputies that he had been floating the Illinois River with friends before getting out of the raft and getting into an altercation with swimmers near Camp Lutherhoma.

Tammy Smith filed a theft report on July 28 after a known suspect was seen leaving the residence with a yellow Kenmore refrigerator valued at $500. Smith told deputies a relative observed the suspect leaving with the property in a brown older model long-bed truck.

Debbie Iverson filed a theft and fraud report on July 26 after discovering her wallet had been stolen from her purse underneath her desk at the front office of Grand View School. A check written for $949.32 was cashed at Walmart on July 26 without Iverson’s authorization.

The wallet contained her drivers license, Social Security card, insurance card, bank account numbers, checkbook and $400 in cash.

December Drywater filed an intimidation report on July 27, stating she had been receiving threatening phone calls.

Calvin Martin Walls, 29, of Bunch was arrested on July 25 on Highway 100 for public intoxication following deputy response to reported vehicle in the roadway.

Kelly Grace Carlson flagged down a patrolling deputy on July 29, saying an unknown suspect had thrown a rock through a window at her Tahlequah residence. Carlson told deputies she discovered the vandalism after returning from running an errand.

Chinequa Wacoche filed a stolen items report July 29, stating her purse had been stolen from her vehicle in the parking lot of Garden Walk Apartments. The report indicated Wacoche had two female juvenile suspects in her custody until sheriff’s deputies arrived, while two other female suspects were not able to be located. During the investigation, the two juvenile suspects admitted to taking items from the purse and showed deputies where they had disposed of the purse. The items were returned to Wacoche, who did not want to press charges, while the juveniles were cited for burglary in the second degree and released to their parents.

Heather Alverson filed a threat of death report July 28 after she received a text message declaring intent to inflict fatal harm if Alverson spanked her stepchildren.

Heathen Talbot Davis, 22, of Welling, was arrested Sunday for domestic assault and battery in the presence of a child and threatening act of violence on a peace officer.  The report indicated Davis became physical with a relative knocking her to the floor while becoming verbally abusive to the relative’s spouse. An 11-year-old boy was present during the altercation.

Michael Todd Mose, 35, of Park Hill was arrested for transporting an open container of liquor and possession of drug paraphernalia Sunday in front of Speedy’s convenience store. The report indicated store employees said Mose had been parked in front of the location for two hours. Deputies knocked on the window of his Toyota Tundra several times before Mose responded. Deputies discovered an open can of Keystone Light beer, two hypodermic needles, three plastic baggies, one marijuana pipe, and an open bottle of Jack Daniels that was reported to be one-third full.

Ronald Chandler, 54, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 27 for public intoxication and a warrant. Sheriff’s deputies were responding to a call from the Murrell Home Park manager, who told deputies that Chandler was knocking on his door wearing only pair of boxer briefs and a yellow shirt.

 

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