Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 15, 2012

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Donna Silk Willis et vir to Patricia Silk Walker et al

Sooner Cattle & Land LLC to Brian P. Miggletto et al

Garl Gene Lamons et al to G. Gand Ruth Lamons Trust

Jimmy W. Edwards et ux to Jimmy Wade Edwards Trustees

Tommy Dean Sampson Sr. et al to Tommy Dean Sampson Sr. et al

Kenneth R. Eckelhoff et ux to Bobby N. Clinton et ux


David Eugene Wisenhunt – child endangerment by driving under the influence, open container alcohol


Jeffry Allen Stovall – failure to compel child to attend school


First State Bank vs. Layce Gardner et al

JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. vs. Valery White et al – foreclosure

American Express Centurion vs. Michael McCormick

Merrick Bank Corporation vs. Dottie Browning

National Collegiate Student Loan vs. Tonya Tannehill

GE Capital Retail Bank vs. Denise Johnson

National Collegiate Student Loan vs. Tonya Tannehill

National Collegiate Student Loan vs. Tonya Tannehill

Discover Bank vs. Laura L. Owen

Midland Funding LLC vs. Diane Anderson

Midland Funding LLC vs. Shelby Onice Allen

Siloam Springs Ark. Hospital vs. Rocky Ray Watts

Armin Namazizadeh vs. State of Okla./DPS – driver’s license appeal

Protective Orders

Emily Jo Holcomb vs. Tyrone Bradley III

Small Claims

Davis Interior Surfaces vs. Gary Stick – replevin

Aaron’s Sales and Lease vs. Sammy Pritchett – replevin

Loan Plus vs. Joseph Suse

Loan Plus vs. Brittani M. Ross

Loan Plus vs. Tonya Hunter


Justin White vs. Ashley White

Fire Runs

Oct. 11

Lowrey VFD; 5:30 p.m. Medical Response. 20,000 block E. 630 Road

Traffic Report

Alaa Y. Ahmad – speeding

Bobby Joe Ollice – speeding

Michael Jay Miller – driving under suspension second or subsequent, no security verification

Tori Elizabeth Bills – speeding

Cody Langdon Hess – no seat belt

Cathy Lavonda Burnett – no seat belt

Frances Leann Cariker – driving under suspension

Stanley Edward Brown – no seat belt

Mark Franklin Grogan – no seat belt

Ricky Duane Carpitcher – no seat belt

Andrea Jean Carpitcher – no seat belt

Richard Todd Fisher – no seat belt

Bonnie S. Fisher – no seat belt

Colton Frank Wright – no seat belt

Mickey Lynn Braden – no seat belt

Allison Marie Keener – no seat belt

Davis Matthew Inman – no seat belt

Jennifer Lynn Montiel – speeding

Korey Ray King – no seat belt

Dawn Marie Rush – no seat belt

Jeffery Don Bridges – driving under suspension second or subsequent, no seat belt

Bryson Tyler Paden – no seat belt

Veronica Mae Shier – no seat belt

Lauren Taylor Harrison – no seat belt

Amber Sue Crow – no seat belt

Jason Paul McGhee – no seat belt

Edward Lee Palmer II – no seat belt

Ashlee N. Fritts – speeding

Thomas A. Fuller – failure to stop at red light

Griffith Grant Saunders – speeding

James McGue – no driver’s license

Emma Jean Max – no driver’s license

Bobby Dale Englebright – no seat belt

Daniel Vann Laporte – driving under revocation

Kyle Adam Willige – no seat belt

Zachary Kyle Stubbs – no seat belt

Chelsea Elizabeth Sullivan – no seat belt

Leslie Goins – no seat belt

Michael Joseph Felvus – no seat belt

Bethany Jo Tiger – no seat belt

John Christopher Tiger – no seat belt

Adriane Irene Clark – no seat belt

Demario Alan King – no security verification

Denise Alexandria Teehee – allow unauthorized person to drive

John Henry Bunch – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Wade Garrett Matthews – taxes due state

Robert D. Walling Jr. – failure to stop at stop sign

Shelley Dawn Williams – speeding

Kristie Gail Boston – driver inattention resulting in collision

Death Notices

HAIR, Margaret L. (Chair0, 95. Sequoyah weaving artist, Briggs. Died Oct. 11 in Tahlequah. Services 11 a.m., Oct. 15, at Cedar Tree Baptist Church, Tahlequah. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BARRY, Lee Hamilton, 81. Welling sheet metal fabricator. Died Oct. 11. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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What to you think of a state Legislature proposal to forbid cities from raising the minimum wage? Choose the closest to your opinion.

The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
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Both states and cities should be allowed to raise their minimum wages.
Cities should be allowed to raise their mimum wages, but not states.
There should be no minimum wage at all.
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