Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 17, 2012

Man reports threats

TAHLEQUAH — A county man spoke to with sheriff’s deputies this week after he was threatened with a baseball bat.

Jason Archer said he was leaving a convenience store in the Woodall area when a man armed with a baseball bat began yelling at him and confronted him.

Thomas Bradford reported theft of a chainsaw this week.

Charles Gadberry told deputies a tire on his truck was slashed with some sort of sharp blade.

Daniel Blake this month reported a burglary.

Kandra Smith told deputies she was assaulted this week.

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