Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 28, 2011

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Jimmy Don Thurber to Billy Don Gibson

Jimmy Don Thurber to Jimmy Don Thurber

Salvatore Maraucci to Salvatore Maraucci

James W. Walters Trustee to Legend Investment Prop.

Anna Lee Rhodes Milleson et vir to John D. Hall et ux

Anna Lee Rhodes Milleson et vir to John D. Hall et ux

Felonies

Kandice Elizabeth Dustin – obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Misdemeanors

Connor Ray Crittenden – person under 21 years possess or consume 3.2 beer

Brenda K. Cagle – obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Shelly LaDawn Hyslope – obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Keight Harrington – obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Civils

Tandi Robertson vs. Terry B. Noble et al

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. Mary P. Halpern – foreclosure

Keith Hood vs. Carl Ray Powell Jr. et al

Small Claims

New Life Worship Center vs. Cheryl Stevens – entry and detainer

Tom McConnell vs. Sylvia McConnell

Divorces

Jon Minor vs. Elizabeth Minor

Billy J. Hogshooter vs. Candace Hogshooter

Traffic Report

Joseph Martin Welch – speeding

James J. Mosteller – no seat belt

Colton Frank Wright – speeding, reckless driving

Brad Irving O’Dell – driving under revocation, no security verification

Natasha Ross – no driver’s license

Stephen James Huckaby – no seat belt

Lisa Gail Brickey – no seat belt

Daniel Scott Bruner – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Tamara Jean Murphy – driving under suspension

Santiago Rosales Gilbon – no driver’s license

Vicki Lynn Cline – failure to register used vehicle within 30 days

Monroe Hawkins – driving under revocation second or subsequent

Kendall Ivan McKellum – no seat belt

Brett Allen Bunch – no seat belt

Jimmy Charles Gulley – no seat belt

Victoria Marie Tiddark – driving under suspension

Mark A. Barrowcliff – no security verification

Chelshea Nicole Moore – driver inattention

April Lynn Young – failure to stop at stop sign

Jose Francisco Balderas – speeding, no driver’s license

Toni Annette Wilkerson – failure to stop at red light, driving under suspension

Mark William Kinsey – no seat belt

Teresa Lynn Smallen – no seat belt

Haley Meriah Hudson – speeding

Jacqueline Nicole Hart – taxes due state

Connor Ray Crittenden – speeding

Charles Keith Wilkerson – speeding

Sonny Marvin Stiles – no seat belt

Gary Wayne Martin – no security verification

Brenda Gail Suddeth – taxes due state, no driver’s license, no security verification

Robert Randall Teague – no seat belt

Felicia Renea Davis – no security verification

Anthony Carl Wilson – no seat belt

Delfino Yocute Alvarez – no driver’s license

Kaith Anaweg Nedsin Smith – failure to stop at stop sign

Amy Ruth Hamby – operating motor vehicle with expired registration

Debbie Jean Rhea – no seat belt

Evan Brendon Ward – failure to stop at stop sign

Fire Runs

March 24

Tahlequah FD; 7:39 p.m. Investigation. Bluff and May

Tahlequah FD; 8:32 p.m. Grass fire. 19750 E. Murrell Road

Death Notices

FRITTS, Lillie Mae, 84, Tahlequah seamstress. Died March 23. Services 2 p.m. March 27 at Green Country Funeral Chapel. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BURRELL, Mildred, 100, Tahlequah printer. Died March 23. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

LINN, Jerry Don “J.D.,” 53, Tahlequah. Died March 23. Services held March 26 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

COX, Sawyer, 16, Tahlequah student. Died March 21. Services held March 26 in Wagoner. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

Clarification

The Sue Nichols listed in the civil cases in the Wednesday, March 23, Daily Log is not the Sue Nichols that lives at 11202 N. 400 Road in Hulbert.

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