Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

February 21, 2013

Items stolen from cars

TAHLEQUAH — Two people spoke with sheriff’s deputies this week after items were stolen from their vehicles while they were at church.

Eddie Jackson and Kristi Smith both said they were at a church on East Allen Road when they were told a woman was taking items from their vehicles.

Jackson said coveralls, a coat, and sunglasses were taken, while Smith said a laptop and smartphone were stolen.

In other matters, Paula Raper reported being harassed Tuesday.

Priscilla Bray told deputies someone tried to break into her home this week but did not get in.

Kelsi Kennedy told deputies she was harassed last week.

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