Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 20, 2013

Man reports items stolen

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police spoke to a man Tuesday after some of his property was stolen.

David Brice said his wallet was stolen and later found by Northeastern State University campus police, but his driver’s license and debit card was missing.

Katie Robertson told police Tuesday she is being frequently harassed.

Betty Belt filed a stolen-purse report Sunday. Belt said the purse was taken from a shopping cart at Walmart.

Tyler McCorkle filed a report after his vehicle was burglarized this week.

Stuart Grayson told police Tuesday that an unknown suspect broke into his vehicle and took an iPhone and the vehicle’s manual.

Samantha Tiger told police last week that she was hit in the mouth as she tried to move out of a residence.

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