Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 5, 2012

Mail tampering reported

TAHLEQUAH — A Hulbert woman spoke to sheriff’s deputies on Thursday to report mail tampering. Monica Wynn told law officials that on Oct. 31, an unknown suspect removed two checks totaling $112 from her mailbox.

Darla Hall notified deputies on Oct. 31 that a known suspect threatened her with bodily harm if Hall contacted the spouse. Hall approached the suspect’s spouse outside of Speedy’s 66 convenience store, near Welling, to inquire about a heat and air job.  The suspect’s spouse introduced Hall, and the suspect became angry, making negative comments about Hall’s relatives.

Virginia Narbut filed a theft report on Friday to notify law officials that a known suspect had removed Narbut’s property from an outbuilding. Narbut told police the suspect has threatened her, let the air out of her car’s tires, tampered with the battery and cut the seats.

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