Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 21, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court report

Warranty Deeds

Rocky Ray Spencer et ux to Joe R. Spencer

Jurene E. Collis et vir to Jurene E. Collis et vir

Raymond Oliver to Raymond Oliver et al

Civils

Midland Funding LLC vs. Valerie Hudson

GE Capital Retail Bank vs. Barbara Kimmich – breach of contract

Protective Orders

Donna M. Sheffield vs. John C. Sheffield

Suzanne Morrison vs. Jake Paul Morrison

Juanita Anna Webster et al vs. Luiz Miguel Hernandez

Kylie Brianne Owens vs. Tyler Ray Smith

Marriages

Clayton Craig Whitham, 27, Proctor, to Brandy Alice Smith, 22, Proctor

Kenneth Eugene Baskeyfield, 57, Tahlequah, to Janice Louise Ullrich, 53, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Nov. 18

Tahlequah FD; 2:30 p.m. Grass Fire. Nalley and Willis

Tahlequah FD; 2:32 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. S.H. 51 West

Nov. 19

Tahlequah FD; 11:21 a.m. Medical Assist. 124 E. Chickasaw

Death Notices

TOWNSEND, Pamela, 63, Tahlequah volunteer provider. Died Nov. 17. No services are planned. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BALL, Kimberly, 45, Tahlequah intermediate paramedic. Died Nov. 15. Services were held Nov. 20 at Proctor Community Church. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

MOSS, Ruby Fay, 65, Hulbert spot welder. Died Nov. 18. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BOULTON, Jewel, 79, Tahlequah. Died Nov. 18. Services pending with Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

CARNELL, Kennethy, 87, Tahlequah. Died Nov. 19. Services pending with Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

DECKARD, Velma Jo, 68, Tahlequah NSU secretary. Died Nov. 16. Services were held Nov. 20 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

MOUSE, David, 54, Tahlequah custodial technician at Sequoyah Schools. Died Nov. 15. Services were held Nov. 20 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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