Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 27, 2013

Local pair arrested

TAHLEQUAH — A Tahlequah woman and Fort Gibson man were taken into police custody following a traffic stop at Muskogee Avenue and Fourth Street on Monday.  

Sandy P. Fears, 45, was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants, and Dustin D. Harris, 30, was arrested for public intoxication.

The Subway in Walmart filed a theft report March 25. The food business told police an employee stole $140.

Sharon Burkhead filed a theft report March 22 to notify police that about $200 was stolen from her.

Day Recycling filed a theft report March 18 to notify investigators that some metal was taken from their property.

Stanley Wilkinson filed a vandalism report March 21. Wilkinson told police  someone let the air out of the tires on his box trailer.

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