Tahlequah Daily Press

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September 10, 2012

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TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Barbara Arnold et ux to Edward D. Smith et al

Jimmie G. Jolliff et ux to Daniel D. Barnat

Allen W. Rule et al to Allen W. Rule et al

Billy L. Ford et ux to Bobby Ray Brumback

Samuel A. Adair et ux to Marilyn Diane Adair

Dona Johnson Lusk to Dona Johnson Lusk et al

Helen Christine Young et vir to Johnathan Aaron Young et ux

Wayne Carr Richey Jr. et ux to Johnathan Aaron Young et ux

Mary Louise VanNoy Trustee to Mary Louise VanNoy Trustee

Felonies

Jessie Redford – assault and battery with a deadly weapon 11 cts., robbery with a dangerous weapon

Tracy Lee Redford – assault and battery with a deadly weapon 11 cts., robbery with a dangerous weapon

Seth Javan Spencer – DUI second or subsequent, driving under suspension

Joe Lee  Squyres III – possession of controlled dangerous substance

Misdemeanors

Wilson Moses Begay Jr. – public intoxication

Monroe Hawkins – open container alcohol, driving under suspension

Jimmy Wayne Sequichie Jr. – domestic abuse-assault and battery, malicious injury to property

Civils

Bank of America N.A. vs. Regina Lain et al – foreclosure

GE Capital Retail Bank vs. Shirlene Gonzales

Protective Orders

David Brian Fuller vs. Brandt Tschirhart

Jacquelyn Marie Young vs. Conrad Michael Young

Divorces

Mary Kaye Jobe-Masters vs. Jonathan C. Jobe

Marriages

Joshua Smith Miller, 27, Tahlequah, to Joni Dawn Johnson, 32, Welling

Kyle Raymond Lemaster, 23, Bunch, to Lisa Girdner, 21, Bunch

Traffic Report

Monalisa Patricia Dawson – speeding

Taylor Diane Iverson – speeding

James Walter Culwell IV – no seat, no security verification

Taylor Shanea Nichols – speeding

Glenn Ray Blackman – no seat belt

Ronald C. Jones – driving under revocation, no security verification

Charles Brian Crittenden – driving under revocation

Chad Alexander Locke – speeding

Ashley Nicole Brixey – speeding

Charlotte A. Leonard – speeding

Jason Alan Hall – speeding

Juanita Joy Proctor – no child restraint

Bryan Justin Goodnight – no driver’s license

Kevin Michael Glenn – driving under revocation

Millard Jayce Dakota Edwards – speeding

Anthony Alan Pritchett – no seat belt

Willie Earl Salyer – taxes due state

Natalio Ruedas Salas – no driver’s license

Blake Pender Freeman – no security verification

Lucas Fargo – failure to keep in proper lane

Siah Long Isham – driving under revocation

Bryan Donald Petree – no seat belt

Bruce Ron Petree – no seat belt

Wallace Donald Kasinger – no seat belt

Nathaniel Bryan Moss – speeding

Sheila Renee Rector – no seat belt

Brandon Snell – driving under suspension

Alan Edward Smith – failure to stop at stop sign

Victoria Sue Katherine Rose – no seat belt

Sharon Beth Johnson – no seat belt

Eric Noel York – no seat belt

James Michael Brigida – speeding

Blade Bryan Allen Girdner – no seat belt

Lucas Wildcat – no seat belt

Kathy Lynn Farrow – speeding

Johnnie Edward Townsend – no seat belt

Nathan Daniel Rudek – speeding

Johnny Henry Biddie IV – speeding, defective/improper tires, failure to register used vehicle within 30 days, expired license plate

Larry Lynn Drake Jr. – no driver’s license

Martin C. Eligio – no driver’s license, speeding, no security verification

Sebastian Duque – no security verification, driving under suspension

Lori Morris – driving under revocation

Samuel David Brewer – no security verification

Ronald Thomas Milligan – no driver’s license, taxes due state

Mickey Kody Threlkeld – taxes due state, no security verification

Nan Jiang – speed not reasonable and proper

Matthew Ryan Caviness – speeding

William Daniel Coats – driving under suspension

Tanner L. Stevens – failure to stop at stop sign

Markena Pittman – no driver’s license, operating motor vehicle with expired registration

Harvey F. Chase – driving under suspension, no security verification

Haley Jo Hix – speed not reasonable and proper

Sammi L. Higgins – open container beer

Emily Smith – no seat belt

Samantha A. Smith – speed not reasonable and proper

Daylon Josh Vann – driving under revocation

Michael Gene Cravens – speeding

Billy Kent Pettus – no seat belt

Denver McKnight Richardson – driving under suspension second or subsequent, speeding

Auston Jack Mullen – no security verification

Mark Shoup – no seat belt

Tyler Dee Nicholson – no seat belt

Charles Thomas Limore – no seat belt

Richard Dale Lea – driving under suspension

Russell Marvin Cariker – no security verification

Charles Elbert Lamons – no seat belt

Billy Gene Ingram – no seat belt

Amanda Sue Ingram – no seat belt

Death Notices

ROBINSON, Sami, 49. Tahlequah. Died Aug. 31. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

LEECH, Forrest, 101. Tahlequah farmer/rancher. Died Sept. 7 in Oklahoma City. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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  • ts-Trail-show-1.jpg Jackson takes prize

    Cherokee Heritage Center Museum Curator Mickel Yantz kicked off his 10th anniversary at the venue with the opening of the 43rd annual Trail of Tears Art Show this past Friday.
    “The Trail of Tears show was my first exhibit opening when I arrived 10 years ago,” said Yantz. “Since that time, the show has changed so dramatically; we’ve added so many new artists, and the art work has excelled over time. It’s like Christmas for me.”
    Yantz said he was exceptionally pleased with the opening reception.
    “We had a fantastic turnout,” said Yantz. “We had a lot of fun and sold some artwork, which is great for opening night.”
    The exhibit is on display at the Cherokee Heritage Center through May 26. This year’s show features 130 pieces of art spanning eight different categories, including basketry, graphics, jewelry, miniature, painting, pottery and sculpture.

    April 16, 2014 2 Photos

  • churchguy.jpg Some NSU students find Church of Monett offensive

    They turn heads every time they show up on campus, and some students at Northeastern State University are offended by their presence.
    The Church of Monett, Mo., has made periodic trips to Tahlequah to stage quiet demonstrations in public campus spaces in recent years. They carry signs that read, “Wives, Obey your Husbands,”; “To be Married to the divorced is Adultery”; and “Don’t be deceived: fornicators homosexuals idolaters adulterers thieves drunkards - shall not inherit God’s Kingdom.”

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Teen sent to hospital after being struck by tractor-trailer

    An 18-year-old Tahlequah man was struck by a tractor-trailer early Tuesday morning on the State Highway 51 bypass near Mimosa Lane.
    Tahlequah Police Capt. Tom Jones said officers responded to the scene at about 5:40 a.m., when Sage Sohns was found injured and lying in the road. A medical helicopter responded to the scene to transport Sohns to a Tulsa hospital, where he was being treated for a closed-head injury, police said.

    April 16, 2014

  • TPS board hears architect presentations for cafeteria

    Members of the Tahlequah Public Schools Board of Education heard from four architectural firms seeking a contract for construction at Cherokee Elementary School.
    TPS plans to build a cafeteria-auditorium and a music room with a stage, which may also serve as a safe room during storms.

    April 16, 2014

  • Briggs.jpg Local man hit with assault, burglary charges

    Prosecutors have formally charged a Tahlequah man accused of breaking into a motel room, tying a rope around a man’s neck and stabbing him repeatedly with a syringe.
    Jimmy Dale Briggs Jr., 33, is charged with first-degree burglary, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and two counts of threatening to perform an act of violence.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Boy whose mom scolded deputies in trouble again

    Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 15-year-old theft suspect Monday night after he allegedly assaulted his brother.
    Deputy Kim Novak said authorities were dispatched to a home and ultimately took the teen into custody. While there, they also discovered items that had been reported stolen, including a bed and several tools.
    Novak said the teen is the same boy who has previously been found to be in possession of stolen items.

    April 16, 2014

  • plane-crash-1-a.jpg Plane crash victims recovering

    Two Arkansas men remained in a Tulsa hospital Monday after the plane they were flying crashed into a wooded area in Cookson.
    According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the 1946 Ercoupe 415 crashed under “unknown circumstances” about a mile from the Tenkiller Air Park in Cookson Saturday morning.
    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 75-year-old John McCreary and 85-year-old Albert Demarco Jr., both of Ozark, Ark., were flown from Cookson to St. John Medical Center in Tulsa.

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • walker-terrance.jpg Man taken for blood sample confuses hospital with hotel

    Tahlequah police say an Austin, Texas, man stopped Saturday mistook a local hospital for a hotel when he was taken to have his blood drawn.
    Officer Cory Keele’s affidavit says 20-year-old Terrance Walker was driving south on Muskogee Avenue at about 2 a.m. Saturday, swerving from one line to another.
    Keele tried to stop the car near Muskogee and Chickasaw, and Walker eventually slowed to a stop near South Street.
    Walker opened the car door as Keele approached. The officer said Walker had dilated pupils.

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • ennis-scottie.jpg Knife-cutting incident lands man in jail

    A Tahlequah man jailed for allegedly cutting a woman with a kitchen knife was released on a recognizance bond Monday.
    Scottie Lee Ennis, 42, was arrested after Officer Austin Yates was sent to Tahlequah City Hospital late Friday night.
    There, Yates spoke with Jennifer Pennell, who had apparently suffered a stab wound to her arm.
    Pennell told Yates she and her husband, Ennis, had gone to Dewain’s Place earlier in the evening, and while at the bar, a man bought her a drink.

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • hawley-jeremy.jpg Tahlequah man bonds out after arrest for assault

    A 22-year-old Tahlequah man bonded out of jail Monday after his weekend arrest on domestic assault charges.
    Jeremy Hawley was booked into jail Sunday for domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor and interfering with a 911 call.

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

Poll

What to you think of a state Legislature proposal to forbid cities from raising the minimum wage? Choose the closest to your opinion.

The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
States should be allowed to raise their minimum wages, but not cities.
Both states and cities should be allowed to raise their minimum wages.
Cities should be allowed to raise their mimum wages, but not states.
There should be no minimum wage at all.
Undecided.
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