Tahlequah police officers made a number of alcohol-related arrests over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

Travis G. Schaffler, 31, was arrested during a check-point for driving under the influence.

Brian K. Shepard, 40, was arrested Saturday for domestic violence, resisting arrest and public intoxication.

Police arrested Nicolas D. Eugenio, 27, on Sunday for driving under the influence.

Michael D. Leach, 42, was booked Saturday for DUI. Police said they saw his vehicle travel left of center three times before he was stopped.

Officers arrested Zachary H. Pierce, 20, on Sunday for driving under the influence. He was stopped by officers for driving with an expired paper tag.

Ryan Stevens, 22, was arrested Sunday for driving while intoxicated and driving while suspended.

Cole R. Whitekiller, 20, was arrested early Tuesday morning for DUI after officer spotted his vehicle driving down the middle of the street near Choctaw and College.

Shelly M. Scott, 21, was arrested for DUI after going through a police check-point Sunday.

Tyler Harris, 18, was arrested Saturday for DUI.

Luke A. Pope, 21, was arrested Sunday for DUI at a police checkpoint.

Officers arrested Russell Sadongei, 22, on Sunday after refusing a breath test during a check-point.

Trenton S. Tipton, 23, was stopped and arrested Sunday for DUI.

Mark Augare, 33, was arrested Friday for DUI.

Officers arrested Jerry W. Batt, 49, on Sunday for public intoxication.

John P. Farrell, 28, was arrested Sunday for DUI-drugs after a traffic stop.

Police booked Steven C. Thomas, 22, on Friday after his vehicle appeared to travel left of center several times.

Rodolfo Cazares, 23, was arrested Saturday near Water and Downing for DUI. Police said he nearly struck a patrol car head-on when driving.

Justin Hogner, 28, was arrested Saturday for DUI.

Pafford K. Warren, 23, was stopped and arrested Saturday for DUI.

In other matters, Jessica Burton, 38, was arrested last week for embezzlement. A report had been filed by Marilyn Slack about six checks missing from a check book. Stepp Mobile Home is listed in reports as the victim. Four of the checks were allegedly written to Burton for nearly $900, and cashed at a local convenience store. Police say Burton admitted to writing two checks and signing another Pat Ross’ name to them. Ross told police he did not give Burton permission to sign the checks.

Christopher Ron Faber, 21, was arrested Saturday for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of paraphernalia, and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Brandon Henderson, 27, was arrested at a Tahlequah pharmacy Monday for fraudulent prescription.

Delana Clayton, 25, was arrested Monday for allegedly assaulting her husband, Brandon Clayton.

Police arrested two boys on Friday for shoplifting at Walmart.

Police arrested Andrew Davis, 20, on Friday for shoplifting at Hibbett Sports.

Clint W. Montgomery, 38, was arrested last Thursday for unlawful delivery of narcotics. A police report shows officers sent a confidential informant to meet Montgomery. Officers reportedly monitored Montgomery’s arrival at the meeting place, where he met with the informant. A buy was made, and the informant returned to officers with illegal narcotics. The suspect was later located and arrested at a local casino.

Andy Jorgenson told police Saturday that a Smith and Wesson .22-caliber was taken from his home.

Officers took a report Friday on a runaway 17-year-old female.

Walmart employees told police last week that two women entered the store and produced four falsified checks for $603 each. The suspects reportedly received $100 in cash, with the balance placed on a prepaid check card.

Leslie Hood told police Friday that a thief took two Vizio televisions, two DirecTV remotes, a stereo, a DVD player and other items from her residence.

Denton Hughes filed a report Friday, saying a Cherokee Nation tag was stolen from a Jeep.

Delynn Russell told police Saturday that when she arrived home, she noticed her family engagement and wedding band set were missing from a jewelry box.

Violet Clessen told police Saturday some lawn decorations were taken.

Susan Osborne filed a report about credit card fraud on Thursday.

Wesley Lamons filed a report concerning stolen money Thursday.

Deborah Jennings, of St. Basil’s Episcopal Church, told police Saturday that miscreants had vandalized the church.

Kendra Tinnin filed a report Friday on harassing phone calls.

Grace Roberts told police Sunday that her wallet was missing. She told police she left it in a vehicle parked at Walmart and when she came back, it was gone.

An employee at Pizza Hut told police Monday that a $940 deposit had been taken.

Jean Gilmore told police last week that her house was burglarized and items were taken.


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