A 17-year-old Keys High School student was arrested Thursday after allegedly fighting with other students and staying on school property after being told to leave.

School Resource Officer Bob Lewandowski’s report states the boy was alleged to have been carrying a knife, but Lewandowski found a wrench in the boy’s pocket that may have appeared to be a knife. No knife was found.

The boy initially ran from Lewandowski and then stopped and squared off as if to indicate he wanted to fight. He then turned and ran again before Lewandowski caught him and placed him in handcuffs. The boy then ran a third time before he was caught and put in a patrol car for transporting to Tahlequah.

Lewandowski’s report states charges of disturbing the peace by fighting, use of language to incite anger, disobeying a lawful order, resisting arrest and trespassing at school after being told by administrators to leave will be sought against the juvenile.

Deputies are looking for a diamond engagement ring reported stolen Thursday. Douglas Harrington said the one carat ring was stolen from his residence.

Roberta Carey filed a report Thursday alleging two boxes of paperwork were stolen from her property.

Deputies apprehended a man after a dispute. Brandi Yanez, 33, was arrested Wednesday night on outstanding warrants and a new resisting arrest charge. Yanez allegedly refused initially to exit the residence when deputies informed him of the warrants. He was removed, placed in handcuffs and transported to Cherokee County Detention Center.

Gene Mabray said Wednesday someone took his green Kawasaki 4-wheeler from a barn on his property.

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