Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 2, 2014

Stilwell man jailed for shoplifting at Walmart

TAHLEQUAH — A Stilwell man was arrested this week when he was allegedly caught shoplifting at Walmart.

Calvin J. Duncan, 35, was detained by Walmart’s asset-protection employees and was taken to the city jail for petit larceny on Sunday.

Nancy Dyson spoke with police Monday about being threatened through intimidation.

Amber Harris told police Monday that a bicycle was stolen.

Tammy Jenson spoke with police Monday about an attempted break-in on Sooner Drive.

Maria Castillo filed a report Saturday when her vehicle was burglarized. Castillo said the vehicle was at a laundromat, and the suspect took her purse and a police scanner.

Anthony Sacks said his wallet was taken from Walmart Saturday.

Police spoke with Ana Rios Monday after her car was vandalized. On Monday, Rios filed another report saying she has been harassed by a woman.

Amy Washington spoke with police last week to report a stolen Nintendo 64. Washington said she was a resident at Stepping Stone Rooming House and allowed a couple to use the gaming system. When the rooming house closed, the couple packed up  the Nintendo 64 and put it in their storage unit, Washington said. She also said the couple has a disassembled bicycle that belongs to her.

David Baker filed a burglary report Saturday.

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