Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 14, 2013

Woman arrested on shoplifting charges

TAHLEQUAH — A Tahlequah woman was taken into police custody June 12 after trying to leave a local grocery store without paying for items found concealed on her person.

Leah M. Dewitt, 31, was arrested for petit larceny for leaving Reasor’s without offering financial payment for the items found in her possession. Drug charges were later filed after pills were found in her clothing.

James M. Conrad, 26, of Tahlequah was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop near Del Rancho for improper display of a vehicle tag on his 1993 white Ford Mustang.

Approved Cash Advance filed a fraud report on June 12 to notify law officials  they received a counterfeit $10 bill.

Kimberly Rystedt filed a theft report June 10. Rystedt told police someone broke into her vehicle and stole her purse while shopping at Walmart.

Maria Rodriguez filed a theft report June 11. Rodriguez said her south Park Hill road residence was burglarized and some items were found missing.

Terresa Lyons filed a hit-and-run report June 11 when she discovered that vehicle has been hit by an unknown car or truck.

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