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January 22, 2013

P.M. UPDATE: Muskogee police report, 01.22.13



Assaults

545 N. Sixth St. #304, Friday, domestic with hands.

2400 Cherokee St. #5, Sunday, domestic.

2915 Arline Ave., Sunday, domestic.

Hightower and Tamaroa Streets, Sunday, juvenile victims.

4401 Orchard Parkway, Sunday, domestic.

Unspecified address, Monday, juvenile victim.

Unspecified addresses, Saturday, juvenile victims.

Burglaries

3609 Old Shawnee Road #32, Friday, property removed from residence.

1204 Turner St., Saturday, property removed from residence.

2712 S. 28th St., Saturday-Sunday, illegal entry of vehicle.

2629 Oklahoma St., Friday-Saturday, property removed from vehicle.

314 E. Broadway, Saturday-Monday, property removed from residence.

Rape

Unspecified address, Friday, unspecified.

Robbery

2215 W. Martin Luther King St., Friday, with a gun.

Thefts

421 N. York St., Thursday, prescription reported altered.

Discount Tire, 1200 N. York St., Thursday, money taken from business.

Walmart, 1000 W. Shawnee Bypass, Friday, groceries.

Walmart, 1000 W. Shawnee Bypass, Saturday, property removed from business.

325 N. 11th St., Friday-Sunday, wheelchair ramps.

1102 N. Main St., Sunday, property reported stolen pawned.

Carmart, 1501 W. Shawnee Bypass, Saturday-Monday, vehicles removed from business.

 

Vandalism

2900 N. 32nd St., Friday-Saturday, vehicle damaged.

3923 Meadowbrook Drive #77, Sunday-Monday, vehicle tires flattened.

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