Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 24, 2012

Man jailed for assault

TAHLEQUAH — A Hulbert man was arrested Monday after Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies responded to an assault call.

 Christopher M. Kile, 39, was booked for domestic assault and battery in the presence of minor children. Kile allegedly struck a woman in the arm, and later the same day hit her several times in the face while in a vehicle with children.

Brianna Robbins filed a stalking report Friday.

Christi Berry filed an information report Friday about threats.

Deputies spoke to Kimberly Scott Sunday about an assault. Scott said a man hit her in the face while two children were at the residence. The suspect left before deputies arrived.

Sherri Straight spoke to deputies Friday and said her brother’s white 1994 Ford F150 was stolen. The truck has a tag number of 976FLR.

Robert Young reported a lost checkbook Friday.

Stephanie Willsey told deputies on Friday that someone used her debit card in Florida, even though she still has her card. She said the last time she used it before the fraudulent transaction was when she was in Arkansas.

Rick Bailey reported a protective order violation Saturday.

Christopher Loveall earlier this month filed an assault report.

Michael Settlemyre reported vandalism Sunday.

Deputies on Sunday said they were forced to use pepper spray on a 16-year-old boy who’d allegedly assault a family member and wouldn’t cooperate with the officers.

Deputies took a report of a dog attacking a 16-year-old boy Sunday. The boy was reportedly visiting a friend when the dog attacked him, and injured his left leg, left forearm and left abdomen.

Kim Petty spoke to deputies Friday and reported being defrauded when trying to sell a ring on Craig’s List.

George Shankle spoke to deputies Friday after his horse was shot in the neck. Deputies said there had been reports of someone shooting out of a truck in that area, East 598 Road, in Rose.

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