Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 20, 2013

Man arrested after falling asleep in pile of beer cans

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man Monday after he allegedly showed up to a residence where he’d previously been banned.

David Lynn Marrs, 37, of Hulbert, was not allowed at the property. Deputies said he was found asleep in a bedroom with several empty beer cans, and he was arrested for public drunk.

Deputies took a report last week from Jimmy Drywater, who said someone pointed a gun at him and threatened to shoot him.

John Sutton reported a stolen pistol last week.

Jimmy Hullinger filed a report with deputies Monday after dogs got into his deer pen and killed five of his trophy deer.  Adrian Cawvey reported the front door of a residence being kicked in Monday.

Randy McDaniel filed an information report last week.

Amber Peace reported theft of metal last week.

Kelsi Kennedy told deputies she was harassed last week.

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