Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 6, 2013

Men nabbed at traffic stop

TAHLEQUAH — A pair of Hulbert men were arrested Thursday by police following a traffic stop near Fox Street and Highway 51 bypass. Dale Richardson-Rose, 20, and Tyler R. Smith, 22, were taken into custody by a police K9 team for firearm possession and selling Epsom salts claiming it was methamphetamine.

Arnol Arroligia, 23, of Miami, Fla., was arrested Friday on complaints of public intoxication and possession of marijuana. The officer was responding to a fight in progress call at Club EFFX, corner of Downing and Muskogee Avenue.

Janet L. Mount, 58, Tahlequah, was arrested Wednesday on complaints of felony embezzlement. Mount admitted to stealing over $10,000 by cash refunds made to herself while working in the Walmart jewelry department.

Sarah Workman filed a vandalism report Thursday. She told police both tires on the passenger side of her vehicle had been cut.

Larry Clark filed a vandalism report, saying an intruder broke all the windows at the old Ozark Motel.

Alicia Arnall reported a vehicle was taken while it was parked at PayLess Shoes.

Mariana Sierra told police someone broke into her vehicle and took her purse.

Workforce Oklahoma notified police Thursday that it had received fraudulent job claims.

Tahlequah Lumber filed a theft report April 26.

Andrea Payton reported a domestic disturbance May 1.

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