Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 6, 2012

Police arrest several underaged drinkers

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested several underaged drinkers Monday morning after responding to a noise complaint.

Police went to the 600 block of South College and arrested for minors for consumption of alcohol by people under age 21. The minors were cited and released to their parents. Police said they also arrested Randy C. Crowe, 23, of Tahlequah.

Jacqueline Talley, 33, of Park Hill, was arrested early Monday morning for allegedly shoplifting at Walmart.

Kelvin C. Clark, 27, and Kellie L. Hardin, 43, both of Tahlequah, were arrested Sunday morning for domestic violence after police were called to a disturbance possibly involving a knife.

Police arrested Ricky Degase, 18, of Tahlequah, on Saturday for driving under the influence, and arrested Dimitri Wagnon, 20, of Tahlequah for public intoxication.

Gregory Stone reported a break-in to his vehicle Sunday.

Melinda Fairchild reported threats Sunday.

Leona Walker reported a stolen wallet Saturday.

Dakota Mangum filed a disturbance report Sunday.

Wesley Lamons reported an assault Saturday.

Patricia Langley said last week that someone stole medication and other items from her residence.

Randi Barngrover reported a domestic disturbance Thursday.

Dagna McGovern reported a lost or stolen credit card and driver’s license Friday.

Justin Manes on Friday reported a stolen bicycle.

Dylan Russell spoke to police Thursday after a black Goggle Nexus phone being stolen from a residence.

Nancy Dyson reported the destruction of carpet by animals.

Mildred Acuff on Saturday indicated a Toyota Camry had been stolen. The car is a white four-door with dents.

G.C. Hopper spoke to police Friday about damage to his vehicle.

Wendy Rose reported a protective order violation Friday.

Johnny Biddie last week said an intruder broke into a residence and stole medication.

Jason Baldridge told police last week that a man threatened to kill his dog.

Police spoke to Julie Miller Sunday about a lost or stolen wallet.

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