Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 17, 2013

Local man accused of shoplifting at Sharpe’s

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a man Monday after he allegedly took items from Sharpe’s.

Walter W. Dill, 26, of Tahlequah, is accused of shoplifting merchandise from the business center located at the Plaza Shopping Center.

Justin M. Hunter, 24, of Tahlequah, was arrested Monday for shoplifting from Reasor’s.

Joe Mathis, 40, of Tahlequah, was arrested Monday for taking two cans of beer from Reasor’s.

Jennifer Bell spoke to police this week about an assault at her residence.

Michelle Rundle filed a report Monday after her mini-storage was broken into and several items were taken.

Donna Nelson told police about a window being shattered on a rental car Monday.

Jack Garrett spoke with officers this week after an air conditioner and a refrigerator were stolen out of a rental property.

Jerred Faglie reported his truck being vandalized with a key while it was at Walmart this week.

Kelsey Coleman filed a report Sunday about a window being broken out at her apartment, as well as the back glass being destroyed on her car and a wallet being stolen.

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