Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 10, 2013

Report filed on several bogus checks

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s investigators this week turned in a report on several bogus checks that were passed at an area business.

The report indicates Tandy Robertson, of Oklahoma Station, spoke to investigators after a man cashed five bogus checks at the business last December.

In other matters, Peggy Pearman spoke to deputies Monday about being threatened.

Jesus Cerda told deputies he has received threatening messages on Facebook.

Mary Plank filed an information report Monday.

Mary Wise also filed an information report this week.

David Craig spoke to deputies Monday after one tenant at a rental property made threats toward other tenants.

Kimberly Breaux filed an information report Monday.

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