Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 31, 2012

Police log several alcohol-related arrests

TAHLEQUAH — A Park Hill man was arrested for public intoxication on July 27 after police responded to a report of sexual assault at a Tahlequah rooming house.

According to police reports, John H. Slater, 41, approached the victim saying he was looking for someone and when the victim turned around, Slater touched her inappropriately from behind. A probable cause affidavit for sexual assault and battery charges was submitted to the District Attorney.

Tyler O’Neal filed an assault and battery and theft report on July 28 in connection with a shoplifting incident at Walmart. O’Neal told police that he was assaulted by the suspect while trying to perform his loss-prevention duties at the Tahlequah business. The report did not indicate if any items were missing after the suspect fled.

Kristen G. Hughes, 28, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 28 for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Erik S. Claphan, 20, of Stilwell was arrested on July 28 for obstructing an officer and outstanding warrants following a disturbance in the parking lot at Mail-Mart.

Jeanne I Linvick, 54, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 22 after police responded to the report of a suicide attempt and domestic disturbance on West Choctaw.

Rebecca Wilson filed a domestic disturbance report on July 22.

Edna Kimble filed a fraud report on July 27, stating someone opened a credit card account in her name and made an unauthorized purchase on her account.

Candice Ford, 22, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 28 for assault and battery on a peace officer and resisting arrest following police response to a domestic disturbance call.

Brandi Trammel, 30, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 29 at T-Bones’s Place for actual physical control of a motor vehicle.

Christopher Thompson, 40, of Old Hickory, Tenn., was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol on July 29 following a traffic stop for no tag. Passenger  David Moffeit, 55, of Shell Knob, MO., was arrested for public intoxication.

Melanie Medearis filed a lost or stolen wallet report on July 23.

Jacob B. Lynn, 29, of Cookson was arrested on July 29 for a Cherokee County warrant, possession of a controlled and dangerous substance and possession of paraphernalia following a traffic stop at Oak Hill Inn.

Bobbie Scott filed a breaking and entering report on July 26, stating someone broke into her Tahlequah residence.

Starlit D. Weatherly, 33, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 27 following a violent outburst at Club Effx. The report indicated the club’s security personnel instructed Weatherly to leave the premise before calling police to report the disturbance.

Kirk Hogner, 18, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 29 for stealing $48 in gasoline at Hit-N-Run and improper tag display.

Antonio Vasquez filed a theft and breaking and entering report on July 28 after security alarms at Elle Tigre Store were activated. The report indicated that Vasquez told police missing items included several cases of beer.

Daniel Lanning, 31, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 29 for possession of methamphetamine .

Tanner Perry, 25, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 23 on domestic charges.

Tara Lamons spoke to police on July 29 to report that her ex-boyfriend violated a protective order.

Jennifer Innis filed a destruction of private property report on July 29.

Homero Ortiz spoke to police on July 29 in reference to a second degree burglary of an automobile.

Dana Odell spoke to police on July 28, saying a neighbor was harassing his juvenile daughter with obscene/threatening phone calls.

Jeff Taylor spoke to police on July 24 in reference to a burglary to his residence.

Jon Price spoke to police on July 29 to report the window of the Outer Zone had been busted with a rock.

Robert S. Leppke, 43, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 29 for public intoxication and resisting arrest following a disturbance call to police to from Taco Bell.

Larry D. Pritchett, 31, of Tahlequah was arrested on July 30 for outstanding warrants.

Heather M. Wilson, 24, was arrested on July 27 for shoplifting at Walmart.

 

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