Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 6, 2011

Police Beat - Girl bitten by small dog

TAHLEQUAH — A Tahlequah girl was bitten by a small dog while she jogged last Friday, police reports state. The girl was bitten on the back of her right leg.

Officers were called Monday to Patron’s Mexican Restaurant after two people entered the restaurant, ordered $22 worth of food and left without paying.

Kendra Tinnin said Tuesday her medication was stolen from her car or home.

A truck windshield was vandalized Monday at Arkhola Sands and Gravel.

A refrigerator was taken from Amanda Trammel’s home Friday.

Ricky Winkler said Tuesday someone took his wallet from his vehicle.

Money was reported stolen from Hibbett Sports Tuesday.

Stephanie Clinkenbeard, 32, was booked Friday for DUI.

Leigh Sadr Momtaz, 28, was booked Friday for stealing items from Reasor’s.

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