Deanna Hopson, 29, of Van Buren, Ark., was arrested June 21 and charged with second-degree burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property.
According to the affidavit a county resident reported his home was burglarized with various items valued at more than $7,700 being taken.
A pawn ticket from a Van Buren pawnshop showed Hopson had pawned some of the items.
Hopson allegedly told deputies the homeowner had given her the pawned items.
She was booked into the Sequoyah County Jail. She was released on a $7,500 bond.
Studie charged with firearm violations
A high speed pursuit by an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper on June 6, led to the arrest of Charles Scott Studie, 32, of Muldrow on the charges of possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction, eluding an officer, obstructing an officer and failure to stop at a stop sign.
According to the trooper’s report, radar clocked Studie traveling at 87 miles per hour in a 55 mile-per-hour zone on a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Studie allegedly led the trooper on a 20-mile pursuit before abandoning the motorcycle.
Studie was found at a county residence the next afternoon with a shotgun, a handgun and ammunition.
Studie has prior convictions for leaving the scene of an accident involving injuries and possession of controlled dangerous substances.
He was booked into the Sequoyah County Jail and released on a $14,000 bond.
Catherine Gail Harris, 25, and Dale Ray Harris, 34, both of Sallisaw were arrested on June 12 and charged with possession of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Sallisaw Police officers went to the Harris residence after learning about some possible drug activity.
A child answered the door, but Dale Harris reportedly allowed the officers into the house.
Officers reportedly received permission to search the house. Officers reported finding marijuana and methamphetamines, digital scales and a number of drug-related items in the house.
Both Harris’ were booked into the Sallisaw City Jail. They were released on $6,000 bond each.
Holcombe charged with possession
Dax Jordan Holcombe, 27, of Fort Smith, Ark., was arrested on June 14 and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Fort Smith authorities informed Roland Police that Holcombe had an outstanding warrant and was staying at a Roland Hotel.
Officers reportedly found Holcombe at the hotel.
After his arrest, officers searched his room and allegedlyfound him in possession of oxycontin, used syringes and drug pipes.
He was booked into the Roland Jail.
Norris fails to register as sex offender
Raymond Eugene Norris, 44, of Sallisaw was arrested on June 13 and charged with failure to register as a sex offender.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Sequoyah County Sheriff’s deputies investigated a report that Norris had registered with the Stilwell Police Department but was living in Sallisaw.
Reportedly Norris had not lived at the Stilwell address for more than two years.
Deputies reportedly found Norris at an address on East 1020 Road, hiding in the woods.
Norris allegedly said he had not been living in Stilwell, but was not living at the address where he was found.
Norris was booked into the Sequoyah County Jail.
A felony arrest warrant was issued on June 19 for Jeral Hesson, 35, of Alma, Ark., for second-degree burglary.
According to the court affidavit, a county resident reported numerous pieces jewelry and two cell phones were stolen from his residence.
The homeowner reported that Hesson had been working at the house the day the items disappeared.
Hesson reportedly told Sequoyah County investigators he had entered the house and taken the items.
He allegedly left the items with a friend, but did not name the friend.
Noreen Jones, 43, and Harley Houston Jones, 48, both of Berryville, Ark. were arrested on June 5 and charged with possession of a controlled drug with the intent to distribute, concealing stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a Roland police officer stopped the couple for speeding.
The officer reported that both people had a strong smell of alcohol and that their vehicle was full of household items.
Harley Jones was reportedly driving with a suspended license. Both were arrested on misdemeanor charges.
The officer reported finding letters belonging to a Gore resident in the vehicle.
The officer then called the Gore police to ask if the addressee had filed any stolen property reports.
Gore police reportedly told Roland police two residents reported items missing from a storage center. Those missing items were allegedly found in the Jones’ vehicle.
While inventorying the vehicle, Roland officers reported finding a bag with crystal methamphetamine in the side pocket of the driver’s side door.
Both were booked into the Roland City Jail.
with child neglect
Danielle Christina Condor, 23, of Jackson, Tenn., was arrested on June 11 and charged with child neglect after security officers at the Cherokee Casino Roland found she left four small children in her car.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a security officer heard children screaming and crying from inside a parked vehicle.
The officer reported the outside temperature was 89 degrees and the children, aged 4 months to 5 years, were red faced and sweating.
Roland Police officers determined Condor had been in the casino for about 30 minutes, leaving the children in the car with the windows cracked.
The children were placed in the custody of Department of Human Services. Condor was booked into the Roland City Jail.
Brian Scott Tweedy, 41, of Van Buren, Ark., was arrested on June 15 and charged with possession of a dangerous substance, bringing contraband drugs into a jail and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Roland police stopped Tweedy for a defective headlight.
A Roland police officer reported Tweedy failed to stop the vehicle in a timely fashion. The report said Tweedy’s actions raised the officer’s suspicions.
The officer reportedly asked for and received permission to search the vehicle.
During the search the officer reportedly found a methamphetamine pipe with residue in the car.
After arresting Tweedy for the pipe, the officer reportedly asked Tweedy if he had anything else on him. The officer reportedly warned Tweedy that bringing drug contraband into the jail would be an additional charge.
While Tweedy was being dressed in jail garments, jailers reportedly found used drug paraphernalia in his pockets.
He was booked into the Sequoyah County Jail and released on a $15,000 bond.
Kyle Joseph Stewart, 24, of Uniontown, Ark., was arrested on June 18 and charged with false declaration of ownership in pawn and petit larceny.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a Sallisaw resident reported Stewart had been in her home and three golf clubs were missing.
Sallisaw police spoke to Stewart who reportedly admitted taking the clubs and pawning them at a Sallisaw pawn shop.
He was booked into the Sallisaw City Jail.
with two felonies
A felony warrant was issued for Matthew T. Matlock, 27, of Muldrow, for grand larceny and knowingly concealing stolen property.
According to the court affidavit, a county resident reported two guns were taken from her home.
The resident reported Matlock had been living at her home when she noticed the guns were missing.
A check of local pawn tickets showed that Matlock had pawned a gun and several pieces of jewelry.
Matlock was already incarcerated in Sequoyah County Jail when the warrant was issued.