Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 9, 2012

Sheriff's Beat - Poor ‘driving behavior’ lands man in jail

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man last week after callers reported his poor “driving behavior.” Max Chrisman, 26, of Broken Arrow, was booked for driving under the influence after a traffic stop.

Gerrod Mayberry told police someone stole a firearm out of his vehicle Sunday.

Kimberly Wheeler reported an assault Saturday.

Lucky Wheeler reported a verbal assault Saturday.

Roger Wiley reported an assault Monday.

Police spoke to Sharod Reed Sunday about a home break-in.

Mary Campbell told police her mailbox was hit Sunday.

Police were called to Crafton Street Saturday for an unattended death. Police list natural causes on the report.

Barbara Hicks last week told police a pit bulldog tried to kill her cat, and also charged at her several times.

David S. Haddock last week filed a stolen-truck report.

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