Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 1, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds


Michael D. Thagard trustee to Candy D. Girdner

Brian Welch et al to Tressa M. Welch et al

Tressa M. Welch et al to Tressa M. Welch

Louell E. Bailey trustee to John Reeves et al

Harold W. Aile et ux to John P. Nolan et ux

Janet Rose Smith to Janet R. Smith et al

Janet Rose Smith to Janet R. Smith et al

Janet Rose Smith to Shawn L. Smith et al

U.S. Bank National to Lucky Choice Inv.

Patti D. Hall trustee to William D. Kelly

Jack Reavis et al to Tullis Properties

Looney Family Trust to Markie Lenee Hale et vir

Felonies

Alisha G. Gatewood - false pretense/bogus check/con game

Misdemeanors

Earnest Ray Brundage - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Latisha Renee Bolin - failure to compel child to school

Jessica Lynn Holmes - failure to compel child to school

Nona Marie McHenry - failure or neglect to compel child to school

Kristy L. Vann - failure or neglect to compel child to school

Tonya Sue McCullar - failure or neglect to compel child to school

Kelly Grace Leinberger - failure or neglect to compel child to school

Joshua Pettay Crittenden - failure to compel child to school

Miriam S. Hathcoat - failure to compel child to school

Jonas Albert Summers - public intoxication

Civils

National Collegiate Student v. Bryan Smith

Noreen Swank v. State of Oklahoma, Department of Public Safety

Protective Orders

Charles Kevin Bright v. Jan Trevelyan

Small Claims

Tahlequah Terrace Apartments v. Michelle Thurman - entry and detainer

Divorces

Callie Chunestudy v. Brandon Jeremiah Sinor

Misty Yvonne Vaughan v. Justin Shane Vaughan

Marriages

Bryan Lee Ball, 61, Nowata, and Churbie Diane Walls, 58, Nowata

Earl Leon Briggs, 63, Park Hill, and Jody Belinda Taylor, 53, Park Hill

Jimmy Ray Hewitt, 32, Tahlequah, and Becky Lynn Beckham, 32, Tahlequah

Jason Luke Gibson, 22, Tahlequah, and Kelsey Lee Coleman, 20, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Oct. 30

Lowery Volunteer FD; 9:01 a.m. medical first responder, 16000 block E. 626 Road

Tahlequah FD; 4:15 p.m. lifting assistance, Downing Street

Tahlequah FD; 4:40 p.m. police department assist at low water slab, Basin Street

Tahlequah FD; 9:55 p.m. fire alarm, Logan Hall, Northeastern State University

Lowrey Volunteer FD; 10:47 p.m. medical first responder, 16000 block E. 626 Road

Oct. 31

Tahlequah FD; noon, motor vehicle collision, Downing Street

Death Notices

GILBERT, Beverly, 85, Tahlequah. Died Oct. 30. Services pending. Hart Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

COOPER, Thomas M., 78, Tahlequah, former owner of Pettit Bay Grocery. Died Oct. 23. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 9 at First Baptist Church, Kansas. Interment at Kansas Cemetery, Kansas. Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

OOSAHWE, Patricia, 62, Tahlequah, homemaker. Died Oct. 27. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 1 at Reed-Culver Chapel. Interment at New Hope Cemetery. Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

TILBY, Roger Clifton, 69, Tahlequah, electrical engineer. Died Oct. 30. Services pending. Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

BRILL, Pauline, 94, Tahlequah. Died Oct. 31. Services pending. Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

SINGLETERRY, Jorge Luis, 48, Westville, auto mechanic. Died Oct. 27. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 1 at Roberts & Hart Chapel, Westville. Roberts & Hart Funeral Home. Westville.

RIDGE, Tommy, Stilwell. Services pending. Roberts/ Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Stilwell.

ASBILL, Tim, Stilwell. Services pending. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home. Stilwell.

PHILPOT, Rosie Etta, 85, nurse, Stilwell. Died Oct. 25. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 1 at Briggs Cemetery, Briggs. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

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