Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 23, 2012

Pursuit around local business ends in arrest of Hulbert man

TAHLEQUAH — An early Sunday pursuit around a Tahlequah business ended in a Hulbert man’s arrest.

Joshua W. Henson, 22, allegedly drove away when an officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop. Henson led officers on a chase around the Lowe’s facility several times before he ran from his vehicle. Police caught Henson and arrested him for driving under the influence and eluding.

Jarrod D. Riggs, 30, of Muskogee, was arrested recently for driving under the influence of drugs and attempting to elude. Police said Riggs was involved in three hit-and-run crashes.

Michael K. Ryals, 27, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for DUI second or subsequent after being involved in a crash.

Christopher Lindsey, 24, of Tahlequah, was arrested Sunday for DUI after police saw his vehicle strike a curb and continue to swerve on the road.

Stacy McFarland told police last week that her identity was stolen.

Mary Joice reported a home break-in and theft Friday.

Juliann Logsdon filed a disorderly conduct complaint Saturday.

Datyon Chamberlain reported an obscene or threatening phone call Saturday.

Meghan Moore told police last week about threats.

Police took a report Friday after six vehicles were “egged” in the Oakwood addition.

Darrell Davis told police Friday his grandson’s bicycle was stolen last week at Leon Daniel Heights. The bike is a 20-inch Redline Chromoly with a yellow and black seat.

James Fischer reported a second-degree burglary Friday.

Eric Bird, 23, of Tahlequah, was booked for driving under the influence, and a passenger in the vehicle, Ellis Todome, 21, of Tulsa, was also arrested.

Police spoke to employees at a local day care Thursday after a parent failed to pick up a child.

Employees at Walmart spoke to police Thursday after a pistol was found in a restroom.

Officers took a shoplifting report last week at Tractor Supply.

Jay Young reported an attempted business burglary last week.

Linda Allen reported a theft Friday.

Doyle Zimbelman reported several car wash pit covers stolen from the Super Spray Car Wash Saturday.

John Maher filed a report Saturday about unusual behavior of some children.

Michael Bledsaw reported stolen medication Sunday.

Susan Imbs reported vandalism to a vehicle Sunday.

Cordelia Dixon told police Sunday she heard what may have been a gunshot in the Garner Avenue area.

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