Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 19, 2012

Woman arrested for shoplifting

TAHLEQUAH — A Park Hill woman was arrested by Tahlequah police on Tuesday for shoplifting at a local business. Ashley Baldridge, 29, attempted to leave Dollar General without paying for merchandise in her possession.

Heather Wilson, 23, of Tahlequah was arrested on Tuesday on a second-degree burglary complaint, or false declaration of ownership and possession of property.

Grace Living Center filed a theft report on Tuesday in connection with stolen medication.

Cherokee Home Center filed a theft report Tuesday to notify law officials that unknown suspects broke into the business during the night and stole money and two digital cameras, a black GE model X400 and a Sanyo model VPC-S1415.

A woman spoke to police on Tuesday to inform law officials a known suspect has been violating a protective order.

Marcie Reynolds filed a burglary report Tuesday, following a break-in to her residence July 16.

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