Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 18, 2012

Construction scam reported

TAHLEQUAH — Jerry McDaniel spoke to Tahlequah Police Department officers on Monday to report fraudulent construction work on his Tahlequah residence.  

Lindsey Pressnell filed a report on Sunday to notify police that a person threatened bodily harm and damage to her vehicle while standing in the doorway of the house.

James Hooper filed a vandalism report July 15 in reference to graffiti discovered on his property.

Tahlequah Lumber Co. filed a theft report Monday after a customer failed to return a sawzall rented in late February.

Tyson Lam spoke to deputies July 15 to report someone had stolen two bicycles from his property.

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