Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 25, 2013

Police Beat

TAHLEQUAH — Police spoke to a woman last week who said someone pointed a gun in her direction.

Chandra Sharp said she was walking on Basin Avenue when the suspect drove by, waved a gun and then pointed it in her direction. The suspect then left the area.

Tahlequah police took a threats report Thursday. Albert McCutchen told police the suspect confronted him at work and threatened him over a post on Facebook.

Ethan Russell filed an assault report Thursday.

Employees at Family Dollar on South Muskogee Avenue reported a female suspect left the store without paying for merchandise last week.

 

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