Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 12, 2013

Deputies arrest Bunch man in wake of assault

TAHLEQUAH — Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Bunch man Wednesday after an assault.

Jeremiah Dewayne Mollie, 23, was booked into jail for domestic assault and battery. Deputies said Mollie became angry, grabbed a woman by the hair, then began to punch her in the face. Mollie then allegedly dragged the woman across the room by her hair and slammed her head into a wall. Mollie then fled from the scene.

Deputies took a report Wednesday from Aaron Houston, who said a 60-inch Samsung LED TV was stolen.

Brad Eubanks reported a home break-in.

Velna Vanbuskirk told deputies someone stole her medication this week.

Rodney Kimble filed a report on the theft of a 2004 Kawasaki motorcycle.

David Leeper told deputies someone vandalized a home.

Ella Hughes reported violation of a protective order.

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