Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 11, 2012

Rose man arrested on assault, other charges

TAHLEQUAH — A Rose man was arrested by Tahlequah police Saturday after a traffic stop.

Police reportedly had a foot pursuit and arrested Justin C. Moore, 21, for outstanding warrants, assault and battery on a police officer, and multiple other charges.

Charles Crittenden, 33, of Tahlequah, was arrested Friday after a domestic violence situation.

Todd K. Ben, 23, of Tahlequah, was arrested Saturday after police received a report of the smell of marijuana from an apartment. Ben was booked for possession of marijuana and outstanding warrants.

Terry Studdard spoke to police Thursday after his home was broken into and medication was stolen.

Brandi Calhoon reported theft of medication and a pair of sunglasses Sunday.

Kristie Ford told police she returned home and found her front door open and items missing from inside the residence.

Jennifer Schnitzer told police someone took two flower pots from her business last week.

Police filed a report Saturday after responding to Royal Oaks Apartments for a disturbance. Both of those who were involved in the disturbance were uncooperative and no charges were filed.

Johnny Berbee told police Thursday his vehicle had not been returned to him.

Barbara Hutchinson filed a report Sunday after a vehicle hit her mail box.

Renay Mickel reported being threatened Saturday.

Christopher Rogers told police his vehicle was struck by another Thursday afternoon, and the other vehicle quickly sped away from the scene.

Police said they responded to Tahlequah City Hospital Sunday morning to speak with Donald Dangerfield, who’d reportedly been assaulted with an edged object. Police said he was uncooperative with officers as they tried to gather details.

Angela Gritts spoke to police Sunday about her residence being broken into and a black LG cell phone being taken.

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