Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 6, 2014

Sheriff's Beat: Arkansas woman jailed for drunken driving

TAHLEQUAH — An Arkansas woman was jailed this week after deputies stopped her for suspicion of driving intoxicated.

Deputies said Macy Nuckles, 19, of Fort Smith, claimed she was the designated driver for several passengers in the vehicle she was operating. Deputies determined Nuckles was intoxicated and arrested her for driving under the influence. According to an arrest report, Nuckles had a breath-alcohol content of .10 after her arrest.

In other matters, deputies arrested William Ward, 48, of Tahlequah, for domestic assault and battery this week. Ward allegedly held a woman down on a bed and refused to let her up. He later choked her and threw glass dishes at her, according to statements made to deputies.

Deputies took a report from Johnathon Englebright this week when he noticed bowls of soup and Hydroxycut bars missing from his home. Englebright said he had allowed a man to be in his home to use the Internet, but did not give him permission to take or eat food.

Michell Johnson reported the theft of a receiver hitch, a tool box of drill bits, 200 T-posts, a roll of barbed-wire fence, lawn mower fuel and other items last week.

Tyler Hicks spoke with deputies Wednesday and said a woman pulled a pistol, pointed it at him, and threatened to shoot him.

Troy Chisum filed an information report Wednesday.

Brenda Buchanan filed a vandalism report Wednesday.

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