Tahlequah police officers arrested a local woman Wednesday afternoon when she was caught shoplifting from Wal-Mart.
According to Lt. Billy Dowling, Wal-Mart asset-protection employees said Kimberlee L. Davis, 35, gathered shampoo, conditioner, douche and make-up and went through the store’s self-checkout line. Davis allegedly placed the merchandise into bags, but tried to leave the store without paying. Davis was booked into jail for shoplifting, but was also being sought for a county warrant, Dowling reported.
Police also arrested Ronnie Kuhn, 26, on Wednesday for petit larceny.
Officers were called Wednesday night to check on a suicidal woman, who had a knife and had cut one of her arms. According to reports, officers used a taser on the woman in order to subdue her after she declined to cooperate. She was later taken to a Tahlequah hospital for an evaluation.
Esther Ridge told police a 12-gauge shotgun was stolen from her home.
Anthony Hughes, of Economy Auto Rental, told police this week that a woman called and requested a vehicle on behalf of a company. She claimed the vehicle was needed for a trip to North Carolina and would be used for seven days. When the vehicle was not returned, he contacted the business and learned the woman had been fired and the rental had not been authorized by the company. Authorities in Wagoner County have seen the vehicle, according to police reports.
Brianna Justice told police a man has been using her Social Security number to receive food stamp benefits.