Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 23, 2012

Assault report nets arrest

TAHLEQUAH —  

Tahlequah police arrested a woman Monday after responding to an assault report.
Katy Crowe, 23, was arrested for the domestic assault.
Stefanie I. Fields, 26, of Kansas, Okla., was arrested Monday for shoplifting from Dollar General on Downing.
Charles Deason told police Monday that two tires on a delivery van were punctured.
Police took a complaint Sunday about a vicious dog on the loose in the 500 block of West Shawnee.
Pat Ross told police this week that someone busted a windshield and passenger-side window on a service truck.
Employees at Hit-N-Run on Monday reported larceny of fuel.
Herb Rozell filed a theft report Monday.
Police took a fight report early Sunday morning at Ned’s in downtown Tahlequah.
Suhni Gonzales reported a domestic violence incident Monday.
Holly Sheppard told police her daughter’s cell phone was stolen.
Lindsey Pressnell told police Monday that her purse was taken from her house.

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