Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 14, 2012

Sapulpa man jailed for public intoxication

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Sapulpa man Saturday along the Illinois River.

Randy Howard, 40, was booked on a count of public intoxication. Deputies said Howard appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, became agitated, resisted arrest, and yelled racial slurs while being detained.

Chandra Scroggins told deputies Friday about three stolen shotguns.

Joseph Glasby reported a stolen television Friday.

Sam Lamons reported an animal running at large Friday.

Charles Hougland spoke to deputies Saturday about a GPS device being stolen from a vehicle.

Penny David reported last week that she’d received harassing phone calls.

Koleta Goss filed a harassment report Saturday.

Tabitha Church told deputies about the unauthorized use of a vehicle Sunday.

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