Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 11, 2012

Man reports vandalism

TAHLEQUAH —  

A Hulbert man reported an act of vandalism to his vehicle to sheriff’s deputies May 5.  
John Gann said his vehicle was either shot or struck with an object resulting in the rear-passenger window being shattered. Gann said he saw a vehicle stop at the intersection behind him for several minutes, but was unable to determine if the vehicle’s passengers were at fault for the incident. No injuries were reported.
Wanda Gilliam spoke to sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday about vandalism to her home. The Tahlequah resident said an intruder picked the locks on her residence and destroyed her tape recorder.
Also on Tuesday, a Park Hill woman filed an intimidation report with the sheriff’s office in connection to a protective order. Susan Nichols told deputies she had been receiving phone calls and text messages from the subject, who had been court-ordered to end all contact with Nichols.
Welling resident Deborah Threlkeld spoke to sheriff’s deputies May 5 about an assault-and-battery claim against her roommate. Threlkeld told deputies she was putting clothes in a hamper when the incident began. A red-eye bruise was the only reported injury.
Tahlequah resident Linda Adair was arrested on charges of DUI after previous conviction on May 7 near Woodall.  

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