Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 13, 2013

Teens accused of theft

TAHLEQUAH — Tahlequah police responded Wednesday after juveniles allegedly shoplifted from a local business.

Employees at Love’s said one of the shoplifters took a lighter before the kids left.

Officers spoke with employees at Grace Living Center Shawnee after a man assaulted two employees Wednesday morning. He was  banned from the facility.

Miranda Gregory told police Wednesday her vehicle was burglarized and ransacked, and cash was stolen.

Amber Wyers told police last week  she found a vehicle online and decided to purchase it. She sent cash for the vehicle, but it never arrived.

Mindy Barnett told police Wednesday about the unauthorized use of a credit card.

Cleo Hixon filed a credit card fraud report Tuesday.

Angela Rodriguez filed a report Wednesday after a bicycle was stolen.

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