Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 30, 2011

Police Beat - Three teens arrested

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah officers were called Tuesday to an alleged protective order violation.

Maria Cisneros spoke to officers about the incident.

Three juvenile females were arrested Tuesday near the corner of Muskogee and the Bertha Parker Bypass for being under the influence of drugs.

Kenneth Crawford said Tuesday he received seven money orders in the mail for $750 each. Four of the seven money orders were cashed and the money sent back to the sender, reports state.

Alyssia Carey, 19, was arrested Monday for stealing items at Walmart.

Tahlequah officers were called Monday to take a theft report.

Ray Teague went to the police department to speak with officers.

Yates Auto Mall filed a report Monday about the theft of two vehicles.

Thomas Walkabout said Monday a rock with a note attached was thrown through his window.

Teresa Morgan said a Wii and a compact disc were stolen from her home.

Sarah Raunikar, 21, was arrested early Tuesday for DUI after a traffic stop at Grand and Allen.

Michelle Thurman, 30, was booked Thursday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Grace Akbar, 30, was booked Friday for shoplifting at Reasor’s.

Cheriko Ross said Thursday her wallet was stolen and when she received her credit card statement, she saw five unauthorized transactions on her account.

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