Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 14, 2013

Police Beat - Two women shoplift from Walmart

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police took a report after two people attempted to leave Walmart without paying for items.

The two women attempted to push a shopping cart full of electronics out of Walmart without paying.

Kasey McCready told police recently that her BancFirst debit card was stolen in Tahlequah.

Traci Adams reported a home burglary Tuesday.

Police filed a report Tuesday night after a woman called 911 and said she was unable to care for her children because she was having a nervous breakdown. Officers said the children were taken by their father.

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