Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 17, 2013

Man jailed for domestic violence, larceny

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police arrested a local man Saturday afternoon after responding to a domestic disturbance.

Elias Saavedra, 20, was booked for domestic violence and larceny of merchandise from a retailer.

Raymond Edmonds III, 35, of Fort Smith, was arrested Friday night for obstructing an officer.

Jennifer Conrad, 23, of Tahlequah, was arrested last week for driving under the influence after a traffic stop was made for reckless driving.

Ronald I. Austin, 78, of Tahlequah, was arrested last Thursday afternoon after he allegedly hit a woman repeatedly, leaving her with several marks and a swollen eye.

Jordan Franklin spoke with police Sunday after her car was scratched a threatening note was left.

Larry Pfeil reported the theft of household items and tools.

Wesley McLemore told police last week that several items have been stolen from his residence. Items stolen include a tool set, fishing rods and reels, and electric hedge trimmers.

Employees of Conoco on Muskogee Avenue spoke to police last week about a possible counterfeit bill.

Jamie Stout reported a protective order violation Friday.

Police filed a report last week after a credit card was used six different times without authorization. According to the report, a caretaker allegedly took a deceased client’s card and nearly emptied the bank account.

Christopher McClure reported fraudulent charges to a bank account last week.

Doyle Zimbleman spoke with police last week after grates were stolen from Super Spray Car Wash and later found at a local scrap yard.

Employees of Clear Creek 66 spoke with officers last week after a man took a 30-pack of Bud Light beer and ran from the store without paying.

Jerry Brown reported a threatening phone call Sunday.

Tahlequah police filed a report last week after a truck ran off the road and into a chain-link fence near West and Delaware. There was no driver at the scene of the crash, and the owner of the truck later told officers the truck had been stolen from a local bar overnight.

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