Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 26, 2012

Vandalism reported

TAHLEQUAH — Employees at Keys High School spoke to Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies last week about destruction of property.

Administrators said a student slammed an office door, causing a picture frame to fall from the wall and break. It also damaged a thermostat.

Sarah Rodgers spoke to deputies last Friday and filed an information report.

Cynthia Rice spoke to deputies Monday and said she and her husband hired a man to build them a new house, but after he was paid a substantial amount of money, he built the frame and stopped working.

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