Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 12, 2013

Teen takes game system from store

TAHLEQUAH — An area teenager found himself in trouble this week when he stole a game system from a Dollar General in Keys.

Deputies were called to the store after a customer witnessed the 15-year-old take the game from the store. The customer caught up with the teen and took him back to the store, where the kid was forced to show the store manager what he had taken. A manager called deputies to take a report of the incident.

Deputies took an information report from Tesslyn White this week.

Patricia Flournoy reported the fraudulent use of checks last week.

Denna Shall reported the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Tuesday.

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