Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 16, 2012

Police Beat - Woman accused of shoplifting

TAHLEQUAH — A Missouri woman was arrested on Monday by Tahlequah city police for leaving the premises of a local business without paying for items in her possession.  Phyllis S. Wilson, 63, of Noel, Mo., was taken into custody for shoplifting at Walmart. Description of what was taken was not reported by police.

Rodney H. Cox, 28, of Tahlequah was arrested by police on May 12 for driving under suspension and driving under the influence of drugs following police response to a one-car rollover accident.

Braden Mouse, 21, of Westville taken into police custody on Monday for public intoxication and contributing to the delinquency of a minor in the wake of a traffic stop for running a red light. Also arrested for public intoxication include Zachary McVey, 19, of Westville; Jordan Harrington, 20, of Westville; and one female minor.

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