Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 20, 2012

Man arrested after pulling knife

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a local man Sunday after he allegedly wielded a knife during an argument.

Cody Cheater, 18, of Tahlequah, was booked for assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Police said Cheater was involved in a large fight on West Seneca at about 4:40 a.m. Sunday. Cheater reportedly tried to attack a woman with a butcher knife, but officers said he was taken to the ground before he could reach her.

Charles Buckhorn, 36, of Kansas, was arrested Friday morning for outstanding warrants through Cherokee and Rogers counties. He was also charged with shoplifting and knowingly concealing stolen property.

Gary Watts, 28, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Police said they observed Watts drive through a red light at Water and Downing without stopping.

Shane C. Clayton, 31, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday for DUI and other charges.

Police arrested Jon Lamb, 21, of Tahlequah, on Saturday for public intoxication after he allegedly jumped on someone’s car.

Michael Curley, 20, of Wagoner, was arrested Saturday for DUI.

Shane Johnston told police Friday his vehicle was vandalized.

Employees at Hibbetts Sports said Thursday that someone shoplifted from the store and left.

Meghan Moore reported Saturday her automobile being vandalized.

Leslie Burchett said Friday that the passenger-side window was busted on her vehicle and her purse was stolen.

Kelly Clay violated a report after protective order was violated last week.

Blake Lundry on Friday reported a burglary.

Rocky Watts filed a report Friday after his bank card was used two times in the Rose area.

Craig Heidinger spoke to police Thursday about vandalism to a building’s windows in downtown Tahlequah.

Russell Carriger told police about the theft of medication Friday.

Walmart employees talked to police last week after a thief took a jacket and some deli items without paying.

John Casteel spoke to police last week about a burglary at his rental property.

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