Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 29, 2013

Two steal beer from local convenience store

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police took a report last week when two people stole beer from a local store.

Employees at E-Z Mart on Muskogee Avenue said a man and woman entered the store Saturday night and left with two 18-packs of Bud Light.

Police took a report from Jamie Stout this week about the violation of a protective order.

Officers filed a report this week on the dismantling of a meth lab that occurred Nov. 21. Police said a maintenance man discovered the active meth lab in the 100 block of Leoser in an empty apartment.

Helen Farris spoke with officers last week about the theft of money.

Sherrill Chancellor reported the theft of medications and money last week.

Christina Paterson reported to police last week that money and medication were stolen from her apartment on Pamela Street.

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