Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 14, 2013

Liquor store theft alleged

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man this week after he allegedly stole from a liquor store.

Florentine Florez, 75, of Tahlequah, was booked for shoplifting from Mary’s Liquor.

Officers spoke with Thomas Pumpkin this week after a window was shattered out of his vehicle.

Doyle’s Shoes employees reported theft of a pair of Nike shoes Tuesday.

Police took a report of tools being stolen from a vehicle, and keys taken from another vehicle, Tuesday.

Officers filed a report Tuesday after two women said a man exposed himself at a laundromat.

Mary Grimes reported money being stolen from her wallet last week.

Joy Brooksher on Tuesday said an intruder entered her house through a window.

Deleana Kirk reported a house break-in this week.

Erica Lynch reported rims and tires stolen from a residence. The items were later located at a Stilwell pawn shop, according to police.

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