Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 2, 2012

Man arrested for domestic assault

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man Tuesday after responding to a domestic assault.

Lewis G. Davis, 32, of Tahlequah, was arrested for domestic assault and battery. Davis allegedly struck a woman in the face while in the parking lot of Walmart.

Derek A. Baron, 25, of Wagoner, was arrested Tuesday for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Jordan R. Robinson, 19, of Tahlequah, was arrested Tuesday for possession of marijuana following a traffic stop. A passenger in the vehicle, Michael A. Curley, 19, of Tahlequah, was booked for possession with intent to distribute.

Jesus Ruiz, 20, of Tahlequah, was arrested Monday after allegedly busting the door at a convenience store and stealing bear.

Jesse L. Anderson, 29, of Morrisville, was arrested Wednesday for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Amanda Easley filed a report recently about the theft of property.

Jennifer Quionton talked to police Wednesday after someone possibly entered her home.

David Koone told police Tuesday that someone backed over a railroad tie in his yard.

Kimberley Bolden on Tuesday reported threats being made with a dangerous weapon.

Tanner Perry, 25, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 23 on domestic charges.

Tara Lamons spoke to police on July 29 to report that her ex-boyfriend violated a protective order.

Stanley Smith told police this week that someone stole his checks and used one at a local restaurant.

Kenley Hitchcock told police this week that some property was stolen form his barn.

Police spoke to Marvin Simmons Monday after his vehicle was stolen from his place of employment.

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