Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 29, 2012

‘Hunting house’ burglarized

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies took a report recently after a man found his “hunting house” had been burglarized.

Troy Oliver said living room furniture, bedroom suites and mattresses, and hunting clothes and other gear were stolen. Four all-terrain vehicles were also missing, and a shed full of tools and other items had been taken.

Joie Dawes filed a protective-order violation Monday.

Denise Stratton spoke to deputies recently after she found the back door of her home had been opened, and someone had attempted to enter through other doors. She said a laptop computer and cords were taken.

Jeff Baker told deputies Sunday someone tried to ram a truck through a gate.

Martina Williams said a woman forged her name on documents.

Sean Sweeney told deputies about vandalism to an automobile Monday.

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