Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 15, 2013

Police Beat - Tahlequah woman nabbed at traffic stop

TAHLEQUAH — Police arrested a Tahlequah woman early Thursday morning after a traffic stop near West Choctaw and the west bypass.

Kathryn L. Miller, 51, of Tahlequah, smelled of an alcoholic beverage and was arrested for actual physical control, police said.

Tahlequah officers took a report this week after an unknown suspect shot the glass window of Sprocket Wireless on Muskogee Avenue.

Police filed a report this week after a check was found in the Walmart parking lot and turned over at the police department.

Employees at the Tahlequah Senior Citizens Center reported this week some damage to the site’s fence.

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