Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 10, 2012

Trailer reported stolen

TAHLEQUAH — Employees of Capital Electric spoke to Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies Thursday after a trailer was reported missing.

The employees said the white 1996 Trail King trailer was taken from a work site in the Lowrey area. The trailer has a Missouri license plate of LP15C5CHX.

In other matters, deputies spoke to Brenda Hoover about a stolen truck last week. Hoover said she left the vehicle in the care of another man, who said he would sell the truck for her for $500, and any amount he received over that asking price he could keep. Hoover said the man later sold the truck for $200, but said she still has the title.

Carissa Taylor reported an assault last week.

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