Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 6, 2013

Police nab four parked drunk in subdivision

TAHLEQUAH — Local police arrested four men Monday night after finding them drunk and parked on an undeveloped street.

Officer Pam Bell said she was patrolling the Northwoods subdivision off of Oklahoma Street when she noticed a white car parked on an undeveloped street, with four men inside the vehicle. Nineteen-year-old Nicholas D. Glover, 18-year-old Bryan T. Hoffman, 24-year-old Austin Jacobberger, and 18-year-old Jesse Kelley, all of Tahlequah, were arrested for public intoxication.

Bell also arrested Anthony Byfield, 24, of Tahlequah, a few hours later when Byfield was seen staggering down Delaware Street toward College Avenue. According to Bell, Byfield admitted he had marijuana in his pocket when he was being arrested.

Russel G. Evan, 18, was arrested Sunday evening for public intoxication.

Michael W. Baker, 51, of Tahlequah, was arrested over the weekend after police responded to a domestic disturbance. Baker was allegedly making threats to a family. Police said Baker was discovered at a home after the back door had been kicked in.

Police spoke to Shayna Pemberton Monday after her wallet was stolen from her shopping cart at Walmart.

Kathryn Adams reported the violation of a protective order Sunday.

Diana Johnston told police Sunday her iPad Mini was stolen out of her vehicle while she was helping at a local men’s shelter.

Walter Elms spoke with officers Monday about his medication being missing. Elms said the medication was supposed to be delivered through a mail service, but it never arrived.

Officers spoke with Jeffery Waggoner Monday about the theft of his iPhone 4.

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