Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 6, 2012

Police Beat - Eufaula teen cited for paraphernalia

TAHLEQUAH — Police cited a Eufaula man on Wednesday after a traffic stop reportedly turned up drug paraphernalia.

Brock D. Pettit, 18, was stopped near the Northeastern State University campus at around 1:15 a.m. and was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers arrested Nathan A. Sands, 20, of Kansas, Okla., for driving under the influence of alcohol just before 6 a.m. Wednesday.

Jesse Taylor spoke to police Tuesday about possible embezzlement from his business.

Floyd Candy spoke to officers Tuesday about a hit-and-run crash at Walmart. Candy said a dark-colored truck hit his vehicle and left the parking lot without stopping.

Karie Cragg said Tuesday that a purple and silver Maxim mountain bike was stolen from her yard.

Noreen Swank reported violation of a protective order Tuesday.

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