Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 12, 2011

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Jerry Morgan et ux to Bill Morgan et al

Smith and Kernke Funeral Directors LLC to Barbara J. Kernke Trustee

Marjorie Bliss to Joshua Bliss

Karen K. Cornell to Mara Khae et ux

Felonies

Jaime Arroyo Garcia --  unlawful use of ID, obstructing officer

Jeffery David Vann --  possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, cultivation of marijuana, possession of a firearm in the commission of felony

Deidra Lynn Randall --  assault and battery with dangerous weapon, domestic abuse in presence of child

Misdemeanors

Sam Vann Jr. --  domestic abuse 2 cts., contributing to delinquency of minor

David Gerald Jones --  public drunk

Owen E. White --  public drunk

Steven Moran --  public drunk

Lorne Evan King --  aggravated DUI

Civils

JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Adam L. Smith --  foreclosure

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Ruth Samuels

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Michael David Kelly

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Jeri D. Sanders

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Billy Jack Escue Jr.

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Andy E. Snow

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. George M. Belcher

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Ralph J. Burright

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Megan L. Melton

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Jeremy Wayne Ashley

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Candee Jackson

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Glen C. Carpenter

Citibank N.A. vs. Sergio Espinal

Small Claims

Kelly Properties vs. Valerie Andrews --  entry and detainer

Kelly Properties vs. Chris Johnson --  entry and detainer

Kelly Properties vs. Donella Choculat --  entry and detainer

Approved Cash Advance vs. Jennifer Aguilar

Approved Cash Advance vs. Amanda Lamberson

Jane Ree vs. Shelly Ann Brower --  entry and detainer

Della Davis vs. David Cowan

Divorces

Roger James Meikle Jr. vs. Odessa Palmer --  paternity

Marriages

Joel Alan Proctor, 27, Tahlequah and Kristi Dawn Gilliam, 25, Tahlequah

Traffic Report

Angela Rachelle Huffman --  under suspension, no security verification, speeding, open alcohol, taxes due state

Andreas Bossler --  speeding

Karrie Dawn Cooper --  driver inattention

James Aaron Moss --  speeding

Denise A. Ramos-Molina --  speeding

Benjamin Robert DeMoss --  under revocation 2 cts., no security verification, taxes due state 2 cts.

Terry Nelson Reed --  no seat belt

Douglas Eugene Young --  no seat belt

Barbara Sue Surber --  no seat belt

Charla Mae Killin -- no seat belt

Brian L. Croman --  operating vehicle without proper endorsement

Steven Earl Smith --  failure to register motor

Garry G. Smith --  operating vessel in manner not reasonable and proper

Bethany Rebecca Luethje --  under revocation, no seat belt, failure to stop at stop sign

Michael L. Killin --  no seat belt

Mitchel Kyle Fritts --  no seat belt

Matthew Tray Cordell --  no seat belt

Joseph Todd Sweet --  no seat belt

Tyla Lynn Torres --  no seat belt

Patricia Crispiniano --  under revocation

Christie Eloise Vaughn --  speeding

Kathryn Ann Carter --  no security verification

Laura Lynn Foreman --  no seat belt

Gary Michael Foster --  under revocation

Sean Michael Lovelady --  speeding

Fatima Parvez Zahir --  speeding

Christina Ratterree --  speeding

Samuel Powell Hembree --  no seat belt

Jimmy Louis Barnoski --  speeding

Abbigail Camille Sain --  speeding

Clinton Loyd Koons --  no security verification

Norman Dale Haddock --  speeding

Bruce Wayne Lewis --  no seat belt

Ledon Rock --  no license

Leeroy Soap Jr. --  under revocation

Jerry Lee Sisco --  failure to yield from stop sign

Thomas Allen Eastham --  failure to secure load

Brandon Wayne Hooper --  taxes due state

Michael Colt Young --  speed not reasonable and proper

Michael Glen Crawford --  speeding

Demi M. Gilliam --  speeding

Alvon Paul Crosslin II --  speeding

Armando Gonzalez Garcia --  open beer

Armando Gonzalez Garcia --  no license, speeding

Jessica Louise Lacy --  under revocation, no security verification, taxes due state, no seat belt

Jose Antonio Barroso --  no license

Christopher D. Pruitt --  speeding

Laura Gema Carroll --  failure to stop at stop sign

Salinas Luis E. Castanon --  under suspension

Terisha Ann Spellman --  no seat belt, open beer, no security verification

Jason Wayne Poteet --  speed not reasonable and proper, under revocation

Jacob Taylor Chuckluck --  no seat belt

John Phillips Moore --  speeding

Steven Joe Nolan --  under suspension

George G. Wickliff --  no security verification

Rusty Wade Fowler --  speeding

Matthew Hooper --  driver inattention

Dawn D. Shahin --  speeding

Jesus Yeverino-Perez --  no seat belt

Jacob Allen Nofire --  no seat belt

Joshua Ray Duffield --  under revocation, no seat belt

Colton Wayne Hamby --  no seat belt

Thomas M. Montgomery --  speeding

Bradley Dale Knott --  speeding

Ray Dean Welch --  failure to secure load, no security verification

Christopher Reed Sawney --  no seat belt

Kody Wayne Hammons --  no seat belt

Jaime Eduard Ibarra Mendez --  operating without license required for type of vehicle

Rodney Eugene Ballard --  open beer

Matthew N. Sanders --  no seat belt

Shelly Raye Propst --  open beer

Fire Runs

July 7

Lowrey VFD; 4:55 p.m. Grass Fire. 18,000 block East 626 Road

Death Notices

DAVIS, Gail L., 52, Westville line worker. Died July 7 in Siloam Springs, Ark. Services pending with Roberts Funeral Home, Westville.

PHILLIPS, Bill, 69, Siloam Springs, Ark. merchant formerly of Westville. Died July 7. Services 2 p.m. July 12 at Roberts Funeral Chapel. Roberts Funeral Home, Westville.

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