Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 22, 2013

Man reported stabbed

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police responded to a call early Monday morning after a man was stabbed.

Jeffrey Gonzales was stabbed twice in the abdomen during a fight, according to officers. A suspect has been identified but no arrest had been made as of Tuesday.

Mathew Graham filed a report Monday after an unknown suspect entered his truck and stole his pain medication.

Marlene Jackson spoke to police Monday after her residence was burglarized.

Employees at Dollar General on Downing told police Sunday that a woman entered the store and stole several items.

Amanda Johnson filed a report last weekend after a laptop was taken from her residence.

Toby Brantley spoke to officers Sunday about a man who parked his vehicle on freshly poured concrete while trespassing.

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