Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 12, 2014

Daily Log: May 11, 2014

TAHLEQUAH — Court report

Warranty deeds


SAS Construction LLC to Joshua Michael Rader et al

Ronnie L. Julian to Jeffrey Faulkner et al

Felonies

Amy Nicole Logan, possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute

Eddie Dilwain Scott, felony DUI

Misdemeanors

Leroy King, breaking and entering

Civils

Eugenia L. Osceola v. Shannon Thompson

Credit Bureau Services v. Dustin Lee Beitz

Protective orders

Shirley LaRoach v. David Leon LaRoche

Divorces

Monica Jean Ballard v. Christopher E. Ballard

Marriages

Jacki R. Doshier, 51, Tahlequah, to Teressa Ann Self, 51, Tahlequah

Christopher Hayden Maxey, 47, Bixby, to Monica Song, 46, Bixby

Jacob Andrew Stopp, 24, Wagoner, to Angela Louise Camp, 24, Hulbert

Traffic report

David Lee Walkingstick, failure to possess current registration for boat and motor

Gilbert E. Sullateskee, speeding

Bobby Dale Mouse, speeding

Tyler Woodrow, Dotson, speeding

Blake Stephen Calhoun, no seat belt

Tony Edward Rooks, no seat belt

Eddie Dilwain Scott, open container

Frederick Matthew Hall, driving under revocation

Dustin James Baughman, speed not reasonable and proper

Allison Marie Howard, no seat belt

Stephanie Ann West, speeding

Calvin Hooper, driving under suspension, second or subsequent offense

Jerome D. Gardner Jr., no seat belt

Rocky Allen Brewer, no seat belt

Wyonda Lee Brewer, no seat belt

William D. Stopp, no seat belt

Kadesha Sue Ann O’Kelly, improper lights to front, affixing improper license plate

David Joaquin Zavala, no seat belt

Leo Alan Murphy, driving under suspension, second or subsequent offense

Robert Lee Cummins, speeding

Bobby Lynn Jones, driving under revocation, second or subsequent offense; no seat belt

Lavina Joanne Campbell, no seat belt

Louis James Bamberger, driving under revocation, no seat belt

Stephen Roy Scott, no seat belt

Paul Joe Cochran, failure to have a wearable personal flotation device for every person on vessel

Jason Earl Swafford, no seat belt

Randy Jackson Peace, no seat belt

Kevin Dale Cook, no seat belt

David L. Howard, driving under suspension, second or subsequent offense, no seat belt

Eddie Eugene Hooper, no seat belt

Kevin Shane Cackler, no seat belt

Howard Waite Paden, no seat belt

Tyler Paige Boston, no seat belt

Audie Lee Shankle, no seat belt

Lena Mae Bolin, no seat belt

Bennie Perce Stevenson, no seat belt

Felicia Cree-Dawn Chippewa, driving under suspension, no seat belt

Sarah L. Standeford, impeding the normal flow of traffic

Nicholas Joseph Ingram, no seat belt

Misty Dawn Ingram, no seat belt

Taylor Marie Beilhartz, failure to stop at stop sign, no seat belt

Dana Carlene Brown, no drivers license

Jake Jeffery Baker, speeding

Shawn Marie Pinney, no seat belt

Brittani Jean Harper, driving under suspension, no seat belt

David Wayne Cowan, driving under suspension, second or subsequent offense, no seat belt

Armando Wayne Moreno, no seat belt

Kevin Jose Sevilla, no seat belt

Seth Dillon Arney, no seat belt

Katelynn Faye Neugin, no seat belt

Charity Kay Hamby, no seat belt

Cameron Jake Vader, no seat belt

Rocky Delno Rector, no seat belt

Joshua Stanton Mouse, no seat belt, no drivers license

Larissa Rene Robertson, no seat belt

Rickie Reed Jackson, no seat belt, speeding

Mindy Renee Adair, no seat belt

Nicky Joe Daugherty, no seat belt, driving under suspension second or subsequent offense

Jason Paul Giese, taxes due state

Jacob Allen Taulbee, speeding

John Haeberle, no drivers license

Maricela Ramirez, speeding, no drivers license

Chance Perkins, no seat belt

Tiara Tavera, no seat belt, no child restraint

Titus Robert Carey, speeding

Susann Barbara Fennell, speeding

Shane Kyle Litterell, speeding

Edwin Luis Romero, no security verification, driving under revocation, speeding

Julia Anne Turner, speeding

James Dallas Moffett, no seat belt

Tracy Edward Hyes, no seat belt

Roy Joseph Work, no seat belt

John Michael Hewett, no seat belt

Kendra Lynne Camplain, no seat belt

Alexander Jacob Rogers, no seat belt

Jerry R. Ice III, speeding

Heath R.J. Smith, no seat belt

Justin Lee James, no seat belt

David Ryan Jones, no seat belt

Rupam I. Gandhi, no seat belt

Julie Carole Martin, speeding

Lor-Lee Bentz, no seat belt

Reed Fields Carter, no seat belt

Joshua Smith Miller, speeding

Miranda Lacie Bohanon, no seat belt

Jeremiah Lee Burkhart, no seat belt

Candace Lyn Lane, speeding

Austin Weston-Dale Deardeuff, no seat belt

Kyle Andrew Green, no seat belt

Dakota Wayne Phillips, speeding

Thomas Wayne Brown, speeding

Mikayla Nicole Webb, no seat belt

Vera Lucille Clark, driving under revocation, speeding

Augustus Lane Green, speeding, no seat belt

Dalton James Duckett, no seat belt

Matthew Caleb Neal Morton, no seat belt

Randy Lee Thomas, no seat belt

Dalton Jacob Dillard, no seat belt

Anthony Jay Arnold, driving under suspension

Jacob Duane Henson, driving under suspension

Velma Jeanice Walkingstick, no seat belt

Leo Alan Murphy, driving under suspension

Timothy Lorenzo Timmons, driving under suspension, second or subsequent offense

Kristen A. McClanahan, no seat belt

Christopher Doublehead, no seat belt

Jessica Ann Jarvis, no seat belt

Lori Jo Davis, no seat belt

Konya Sue Foreman, no seat belt

Julio C. Mora-Santana, no seat belt

Paul Orman, driving under revocation, no child restraint

Death Notices

SARTEN, Harley Junior, 70. Tahlequah systems analyst. Died May 6. Services 2 p.m., Tuesday, May 13, at Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WILLIAMS, Faye, 92. Tahlequah, retired Tinker Air Force Base dispatcher. Died May 5 in Tahlequah. Services 11 a.m., Tuesday, May 13, at St. Brigid Catholic Church. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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