Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 1, 2012

Sheriff's Beat - Woman jailed for outstanding warrants

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a person wanted on outstanding warrants Monday.

Deputies were dispatched to Redbud Apartments in Oaks after reports of threats being made. Willa Crow, 54, allegedly threatened to kill several people, Deputies arrested Crow for making the threats and on outstanding warrants.

William Everett reported Monday that two of his horses have been stolen. One is a large black Tennessee Walker mare with a white forehead, and the other is a black-and-brown quarter horse mare.

Megan Windsor told deputies last week that she was assaulted by a man and a woman.

Sheena Gonzales told deputies on Monday that after an argument with a man, she locked him outside. She said the man then attempted to get back into the residence by entering through a window, and the window broke.

Henry Tye Jr. spoke to deputies after he left his cane behind at the Log Store north of Tahlequah. When he went back to get the cane, it was gone, he said.

Deputies on Monday took a report after a 5-year-old child said he was hit on one of his ears with a broom handle by a man who’d been drinking alcohol.

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