Tahlequah police arrested a local man on multiple charges Saturday morning after he rolled his vehicle on South Muskogee Avenue.

Stephen Paul Harper, 35, was booked into the city jail for a second or subsequent DUI, child endangerment, driving under suspension and reckless driving. Officer Billy Dowling, who investigated the accident, said Harper had his 5-year-old son in the car with him when he drove left of center while going south on Muskogee. The vehicle hit a tree and rolled one time.

Police said Harper admitted drinking whiskey before the 10 a.m. crash. The child was not injured.

A local man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly kicked in the front door of a Tahlequah residence.

Charles David Hagen, 27, was booked on charges of destruction of private property and disturbing the peace. Lindsay Bellamy told officers she was awakened by Hagen at the front door and then he kicked the door.

Jeremy Matthew Munoz was arrested Wednesday after a traffic stop for an expired tag. He was booked for possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, improper tag display and expired tag.

Anna Magness told officers Thursday she was contacted by her bank after they noticed a suspicious draft payable to Liberty Savings Group. Magness called the company and was told payment of the draft would help her receive discounts on her prescription drugs. She asked how they obtained her account number and was told they would call her back and she has not heard from the organization. The bank did not pay the draft.

John Medearis, 41, was taken to Tahlequah City Hospital Thursday by ambulance after being found unresponsive, reports state.

Steve Kirkpatrick said a man he made leave Ned’s last Saturday after he tried to start a fight broke the glass in the front door.


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