Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 12, 2013

Deputies make alcohol-related arrests

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies made several alcohol-related arrests over the weekend.

John Bruce Stromp, 47, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for aggravated driving under the influence, left of center, and transporting open container beer. Deputy Daniel Pruitt said he saw Stromp’s vehicle go left of center. When he stopped Stromp, the suspect smelled of alcohol and had an open container of beer in the front seat. Pruitt allegedly had a blood-alcohol content of .16.

Dewayne Dale McLemore, 43, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for actual physical control and driving under revocation.

Christopher David Helm, 21, of Tulsa, was arrested Sunday for aggravated DUI. Deputies said they witnessed Helm driving 85 mph in a 35 mph zone. His BAC was allegedly .16 after his arrest on the charges.

Adam Jeremiah Wallace, 29, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for DUI second or subsequent and driving without a valid driver’s license. Deputies said Wallace was stopped at a safety checkpoint and told officers he’d left his driver’s license at home. He was unsteady on his feet and nearly fell several times, according to deputies. Wallace had a BAC of .14, and deputies said he had been arrested last month for DUI. A check of his history showed Wallace’s driver’s license expired in 2007, and he also had previous DUI charges in 2008 and 2006.

James Edward Allmond Jr., 46, of Park Hill, was issued citations last week for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jaime Marquez spoke to deputies Sunday about two rolls of carpet being stolen from a home where there had apparently been a break-in.

Jewell Loftin told deputies last week an intruder tried to pry open a home door.

Leona Martin reported two stolen air conditions last week.

William Satterfield reported being threatened on Facebook last week.

Billy Anderson spoke to deputies Sunday about a stolen 2007 TTR Yamaha125 dirt bike and a Lincoln 225 stick welder.

David Potts filed a report Sunday about a property dispute that led to fence posts being stolen.

Gary Clark told deputies last week an intruder tried to break into storage buildings.

Walter Dill reported theft of property Friday.

Lois Berry recently reported being threatened.

Darrell Hansard reported vandalism Saturday.

Virginia Terry reported a break-in at a vacation home earlier this month.

Ruth Jorgensen told deputies Monday that someone borrowed her truck and later told her it had been stolen north of Tahlequah. Deputies said they later learned from Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers that the vehicle was involved in a crash in the Moodys area and the driver had fled from the scene.

Patricia Holloway spoke to deputies last week about the theft of medication.

Deputies took a report Saturday about possible lewd acts done to a 6-year-old girl by a 14-year-old boy.

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