Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 11, 2012

Man arrested for breaking and entering

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man last weekend for breaking and entering.

Officers said Billy R. Cole, 32, of Fort Gibson, broke into a home in the 700 block of Bluff at around 9 p.m. He was also booked for public intoxication.

Stephen Richie, 51, of Tahlequah, was arrested at Ross Park Saturday for public intoxication.

A report was filed Saturday morning after Allan McHenry was reportedly stabbed by someone he knows.

Kira Fell told police Friday someone ran into her vehicle while it was parked in the downtown Tahlequah area, but the other vehicle left the scene.

Police arrested a juvenile male for burglary Saturday night after the boy tried breaking into the Tahlequah Smokeshop on Choctaw.

Chassity Hulse reported an assault Monday.

Joe Fields spoke to police Saturday about the burglary of a truck.

Randy Cox told police Saturday that an intruder attempted to kick in his home’s door.

Jackie Barnhart told police Tuesday about discovering sugar in her vehicle’s gas tank.

Nikarra Soap reported her apartment burglarized Saturday.

Andgelise Poole reported Saturday that she was strangled and thrown against a door.

Paul Austin told police his vehicle was burglarized sometime Friday or Saturday.

Billy Bonham spoke to police about the theft of a check by an individual who cashed it at a Drug Warehouse in Tulsa.

Larry Summer reported three bicycles stolen Saturday.

Gary Truitt on Saturday told police his motorcycle was moved while he was gone.

Phyllis Wilson reported her vehicle stolen from Lowe’s on Friday.

James Rappe reported a lost or stolen check book last month.

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