Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 17, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Theresa J. Orwig to Louis B. Laws et ux

Carolyn J. Littlejohn Trustee et ux to Melanie A. Sunday et al

Douglas G. Hubbard et ux to Melissa A. Warner et vir

Amy Jane Ozturk Trustee to Robert Mark Stout et ux

Reid Nail Revocable Trust to William F. Davey Family Trust

Sara Jean Sadler et vir to Sara Jean Brake et vir

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Rita S. Morris

Felonies

Larry Dean Rodgers – DUI

Emily Ann Bear – possession of controlled dangerous substance, actual physical control

Misdemeanors

Rachael Erin Thomas – obstructing an officer, public intoxication

Trent Mitchell Mauldin – driving under suspension, failure to pay all taxes due state, failure to maintain security

Billy John Christie – DUI, possession of controlled dangerous substance

Bryan David Sanders – DUI, driving under suspension, failure to pay all taxes due state

John Harvey Girdner – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication

Billy Jack Frogg – domestic abuse-assault and battery, obstructing an officer

Civils

U.S. Bank National Assoc. vs. Bert A. Loyd et al – foreclosure

Ford Motor Credit Company vs. Clint Keys

Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Teri L. Morris

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. William Hixon et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Elizabeth J. Knutson

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Billy Joe Sissom

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Ky Jones

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Guadalupe Chavez

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. David Mitchell Pacheco et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Deborah Arlene Travis et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Aaron Johnson et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Brent Estes et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Amy Wheeler

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Gary Michael Foster

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Paulyn Ketcher

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Denni J. Swepston

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Dawn Osborn

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Jennifer Johnson

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Keith Miller

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Sara Buckner

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Aracely Martinez

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Cindi Cookson

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. April Smith

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Shawna L. Bird-Diver

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Penelope Adams

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Charlie Root

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Ralph A. Preston

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Larry Lewis

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Danny Joe Hodge et al

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Debra Sullivan

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Irma Jean Bell

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. William Oseland

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Erin A. Erickson

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Guadalupe Garcia

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Cecil Ray Wilson

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Joan Dean

In the matter of Pauline Arnall – structured settlement

Small Claims

Oklahoma Production Center vs. Mary Ann Fipps

Divorces

Bonita Marie Ruiz vs. Roberto Amador Ruiz

Death Notices

MOSS, Charles, 65, Park Hill. Died April 5. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

ESKRIDGE, Steve E., 72, Tahlequah accounting bookkeeper. Died April 13. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WHITWORTH, Yolanda “Beth,” 85, Tahlequah teacher. Died March 23. Services 2 p.m. April 27 at First United Methodist Church, Tahlequah. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

FOREMAN, Katherine, 72, died, Tahlequah. Died April 14. Services pending with Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

OGDEN, Lawrence L., 88, Wagoner air plane mechanic for Douglas/Boeing. Died April 14. Services 9:30 a.m. April 19 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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