Tahlequah Daily Press

Community Briefs

June 2, 2014

Daily Log: June 1, 2014

TAHLEQUAH — Court report


Stephanie L. Gann – assault and battery with a dangerous weapon


Ronald James Carpenter – assault and battery

Kevin Lee Young – public intoxication

Natan Ray – public intoxication

Tera Beth Windham – domestic abuse-assault and battery, resisting an officer

David Allen Deerinwater – possession of drug paraphernalia

Rachel Jean Sullivan – public intoxication

Tasha Michelle Degase – public intoxication

Katlin Cooper – public intoxication

Brandon Tyler Conrad – public intoxication

Darrell Eugene Hansard – domestic abuse-assault and battery against a pregnant woman

Zackary Alan Shell – public intoxication

Matthew Shane Smith – domestic abuse-assault and battery


Bank of New York Mellon vs. THomas R. Barrow Sr. et al – foreclosure

BancFirst vs. Charles B. Deason et al – judgment

Jerry Van Winkle et al vs. YBAR Inc. et al – breach of contract

Cach LLC vs. Linda Shaffer

Portfolio Recovery Assoc. vs. Georgia Sparks

Portfolio Recovery Assoc. vs. Tammy Claunts

Portfolio Recovery Assoc. vs. James Cunningham

In Re Chuck Jewett Trust – appointment of successor trustee

Kelli Fielden vs. Barney M. Mitchell (deceased) – quiet title

Protective Orders

Day Lena Hall vs. Scott Garrett

Small Claims

Dillon Turman vs. Billy Boyd Catron – replevin


Terry Jo Fulfer, 27, Watts, to Tora Michial Harper, 19, Watts

Justin Ryan Parks, 23, Tahlequah, to Beatrice Nicole Drywater, 27, Tahlequah

Kenneth T. Smith, 38, Park Hill, to Gina Marie Scavone, 37, Park Hill

Fire Runs

May 29

Tahlequah FD; 4:19 p.m. Vehicle Fire. 807 E. Downing

Tahlequah FD; 4:42 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. S.H. 51 near Briggs

Traffic Report

Wally Gene Henry – no seat belt

Sallie Margaret Luethje – no seat belt

Clayton Lee Ketcher – no seat belt

Damien Brendon Cookson – no seat belt

Alexander Thomas Panell – no seat belt

Ricky White – open container beer

Jimmy McCoy – speeding

Jacob Wayne Pratt – no seat belt

Clinton W. Montgomery – no seat belt

Holly Noelle Adair – no seat belt

Billy Levi Whitchurch – no seat belt

Eddie Farner – no seat belt

Elisabeth R. Fuson – no seat belt

Todd Eugene Fisher – no seat belt

Meriah Marie Scott – no seat belt

Patrick Wayne Kirk – no seat belt

Andrew Thomas Cooper – driving under suspension

Stacy Arnold Miller – no seat belt

John Dean Randolph – no seat belt

Andrew Raymond Cochran – no seat belt

Stacy Wacoche – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Sandra Lee Pritchett – speeding

Stanley John Smiatek – no seat belt

Micah Barnett – no driver’s license

Ricky Dewain Peace – no seat belt

Tia Lynn Frits – speeding

Linda Marie Brown – speeding

Nicholas Joseph Ingram – no seat belt

Misty Dawn Ingram – no seat belt

Deboraugh Allen – no security verification

Riley Steven Pool – failure to have a wearable PFD for every person on vessel

Gary Keith Crawford – no seat belt

David Earl Wright – taxes due state

Jobe Van Wells – no driver’s license

Michael Edmond Tripp – no seat belt

Danny Joe Eastham – no seat belt

Scott James Glover – no seat belt

Garrett Randell Miller – no seat belt

Jordan Dean Anderson – no seat belt

O.L. Solenberg Jr. – no seat belt

Jason Micklaus Snyder – no seat belt

Frank OJ Lane – no seat belt

John Lee Baker – no seat belt

Faith Marie Phillips – no seat belt

Lisa Marlene Gurule – no seat belt

Alan Everett Dodge – no seat belt

Michael Charles Parker – no seat belt

Jordan Rae Barr – no seat belt

Elizabeth Hope Debolt – no seat belt

Gary Glen Scott – no seat belt

Judy Gail Scott – no seat belt

Jesse Leonard Taylor – no seat belt

Jesus A. Duran-Camacho – no seat belt

Matthew W. Price – no seat belt

Melinda Kay Statham – no child restraint, no seat belt

Steven Douglas Statham – no seat belt

Nathan Allen Deckard – no seat belt

Jeromiah Birdtail – no seat belt, driving under suspension second or subsequent, no security verification

Amber Gresham – no seat belt

Jeremia Logan Pritchett – no driver’s license

Kandra Sue Fourkiller – speeding, driving under revocation

Nicholas Craig Featherstone – driving under suspension

Brittney Shae Kirk – driving under revocation second or subsequent

Constance Kaylynn Tyer – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Trevor C. Cotton – overload vessel, fail to carry photo ID while operating a vessel

Paul Deardeuff – no seat belt

John Walter Stanley Jr. – no seat belt

Richard Paul Harris – no seat belt

Taylor RC Lee Kingfisher – no seat belt

David Lee Smith Jr. – no seat belt

Marcos Ibarra Jr. – no seat belt

Roberta Carol Ballard – no child restraint

James Ray Carey – no security verification, driving under revocation

Aaron Phillip Poggenpohl – speeding

Carilla Hernandez – driving under suspension, speeding

Bryan Ho – speeding

Patrick Ryan Kirk – speeding

Heaven Lee Starr – no seat belt

Katelynn Faye Neugin – no seat belt

Thomas Scott Phillips – no seat belt, driving under suspension second or subsequent, no security verification

Phillip Vernon Burrows – no seat belt, failure to stop at stop sign

Troy Leonard Castleman – speeding

Justin Lee Scott – no motorcycle endorsement, no security verification

Charles Dewayne Adair – speeding, no security verification

Chelsea Justine Graves – speeding

Angela Carra Williams – no security verification

Tyler Ray Adams – no security verification

Jed William Robertson – no security verification

Trevor Dylan Jiles – no security verification

Danitra Rena Wilson – no security verification

Matthew Michael Dodge – no seat belt

Death Notices

ANDERSON, Velma Lee, 67, Welling homemaker. Died May 28. Graveside services 10 a.m. May 31 at Barber Cemetery in Welling. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SHAPLEY, Orville, co-owner of Mr. O’s convenience stores. Died May 29. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

PRITCHETT, John, 69, Tahlequah. Died May 28. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

COLVIN, Francis, 85, Tahlequah hospital administration assistant. Died May 27. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

CAMERON, Jennie, 82, Tahlequah artist. Died May 29. Services 2 p.m. June 3 at Elm Tree Baptist Church. Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

HELMUTH, Babs, 72, Tahlequah administrative assistant for Smith Claim Service Inc. Died May 29. Services 11 a.m. June 2 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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