Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 8, 2012

Early morning traffic stop leads to arrest

TAHLEQUAH — An early morning traffic stop Tuesday resulted in an arrest.

Sherman Henderson, 25, of Tahlequah, was stopped by city police for defective brake lamps and an improper turn. Henderson was arrested for driving under the influence and no driver’s license.

Police arrested a juvenile Sunday night for DUI after stopping him for speeding.

Rebekah D. Gregory, 32, of Tahlequah, was arrested Tuesday for public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

Police spoke to members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars on East Choctaw Monday about illegal dumping in the VFW’s trash container.

Cherokee Lowe spoke to police last week after someone broke into her vehicle and took some CDs.

Lacy Jiles spoke to police Monday about receiving threats.

Tia Bark filed a report Sunday after a man vandalized her car.

Police spoke to Jennifer O’Daniel Saturday about malicious injury to property.

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