Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 2, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court report

Warranty deeds

Steven R. Couch et ux to Taleah H. Stand

Felonies

Melanie Lynn Legier – child abuse/neglect, obstructing an officer

Amber Renee Killer – possession of a controlled and dangerous substance

Charles Wayne Baldwin – second degree burglary, four counts; unauthorized use of a credit card, three counts; malicious injury to property, two counts.

Misdemeanors

Bobby Joe Moon – assault and battery

Anita M. Seagle – aggravated DUI

Nathan Scott Billings – DUI, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle

Dylan Tyler Lawson – DUI under 21

Robin Renee McCarty – DUI

Johnathan David Middleton – aggravated DUI, open container of beer

Allan Keith Reed – DUI

Civils

Tim Hobbs vs. John Pipkins

Davis Oil, Inc. vs. Michael J. Morris

Harbor Insurance Co. vs. James Delbert Delaney

Shelter Mutual Insurance Co. vs. Tommy Jack McNeil

Ford Motor Credit Co. vs. Brittany Storm Ellis

Ford Motor Credit Co. vs Christopher Paul Thompson

Atlantic Credit and Finance vs. Sandra Rader

Capital One Bank, N.A. vs Robert J. Williamson

Capital One Bank, N.A. vs. Diana Lynn Sunday

Jeff Bennett vs. Julian Zane Skelton

Minor child vs. Jacklyn Dobson

Small claims

Cherokee Housing Authority vs. Christopher Stayathome

Divorces

Rebecca R. Halfacre from Larry Wayne Halfacre

Death notices

BLISH, Sheryl, 55, Park Hill. Died July 30. Services 10:30 a.m. Aug. 3 at Tahlequah City Cemetery Pavilion. Green Country Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

GIRDNER, Rick, 46, Tahlequah. Died July 29. Services 10 a.m. Aug. 2 at First Baptist Church. Green Country Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

BIRD, Betty J., 92, Stilwell. Died July 30. Services 1p.m. Aug. 2 at Roberts/Reed-Culver Chapel. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Stilwell.

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