Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 14, 2013

Woman arrested for public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman Thursday after a disturbance at Garden Walk Apartments.

Maria Chavez, 25, of Tahlequah, was allegedly outside an apartment screaming profanities. Deputies arrested her for public intoxication.

In other matters, deputies took a report last week from a woman who said she was threatened by several people on Twitter.

Sandy Adair spoke to deputies last week about a window being shattered in of her vehicle while she was at a friend’s house. The suspect then left the area when police were called.

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