Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 25, 2012

Two people jailed for obstruction

TAHLEQUAH — Two people were arrested over the weekend after allegedly lying to police about their identities. Jeffrey P. Murray, 47, of Lincoln, Ark., and Della S. Olive, 42, of Stilwell, were booked on charges of obstruction.

Herasmo Chavez, 33, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence, and two passengers in the vehicle – Royelro Reyes, 34, and Armando Lopez, 24 – were booked for public intoxication.

David L. Marrs, 36, of Hulbert, was arrested after allegedly assaulting Samantha Cochran last week.

Joe L. Squyres, 29, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for drug possession.

Cameron Clark, 23, of Wagoner, was arrested Saturday for public intoxication and resisting arrest. Clark allegedly ran from police.

Michael Morton, 48, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Cody Bradshaw spoke to police Friday about larceny from a residence.

Employees of the Tahlequah Daily Press spoke to police Saturday evening about a break-in and burglary.

Ruth Garcia reported being threatened and disturbed by another woman recently. She said the woman was knocking on her door repeatedly, making threats and cursing.

Paul Bizzle spoke to police last week about a storage shed being broken into.

Employees at Gibson and Greer Insurance spoke to police Friday about the business being burglarized.

Ty Schrader reported his vehicle being stolen Sunday.

Ronda Deaton spoke to police Sunday about harassment from a neighbor.

Employees at Yates Auto Mall reported vandalism to a vehicle Saturday.

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