Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

January 29, 2013

Man arrested for home break-in

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies filed a report this week after a man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a home and taking a computer.

Daniel Bosh, 43, was booked for burglary, breaking and entering, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance without a valid prescription. Deputies said Bosh took a computer from a woman’s home. The woman confronted Bosh at some point, but he was still able to leave with the computer. He was later spotted by Tahlequah police, stopped, and arrested. Deputies said Bosh was also held at the request of Arkansas authorities, who wanted him on three outstanding warrants.

Deputies arrested Luke Arlen McCully, 33, of Tahlequah, for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana Sunday.

In other matters, deputies spoke to Gary Davis last week after dogs attacked and killed a calf. Davis said the dogs involved in the attack belong to a couple of neighbors.

Robert Leppke filed a report last week about a thief who took his food-stamp card.

Stephen Skoch filed a harassment report Friday and told deputies his ex-girlfriend has been showing up at his home early in the morning, and yelling at him.

Mary Cypert reported an assault Sunday.

Redeana Kerby filed an information report Friday.

Shawn Lentz reported vandalism Saturday.

Deputies took a report at the Lost City Community Building Sunday after someone broke a window on the building and the alarm system sounded.

Emma Compton spoke to deputies Sunday and said someone started a fire on nearby property, but the fire later reached her land and burned about 10 acres. Compton said it isn’t the first time something similar has happened.

Deputies took a report Sunday after two young girls told their parents they were sexually assaulted by a 13-year-old boy. The children were taken to a local hospital to be examined.

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