Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 23, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Felonies

Jose Pillar Rueda-Canales – eluding/endangering another, transporting a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle, damaging or removing traffic control device, obstructing an officer, driving under suspension, failure to pay all taxes due state

Bryan Ronald Petree – knowingly concealing stolen property

Misdemeanors

Julie Kay Stagner – DUI, possession of controlled dangerous substance, open container beer, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Matthew Ryan White McCann – threaten to perform act of violence 2 cts.

Randy Lee Groover – violation of protective order

Civils

Margaret Mostert vs. Mike Malone

Small Claims

Angela Grant vs. Ocie Ann Medlock et al – replevin

Scholars Inn vs. Kaysley Kinkead et al – entry and detainer

Divorces

Roselynn Gage vs. Edward G. Bradley III – child support

Sara Eversole vs. Joshua Tharp – child support

Laura Mims vs. Steven Askew – child support

Ashley Schilling vs. Luke Franklin – child support

Marie Phipps vs. Andrew Bulgara – child support

Marriages

Christian Dean Thompson, 22, Broken Arrow, to Jasmine Elise Miller, 23, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

May 21

Tahlequah FD; 3:33 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. S.H. 82 North

Lowrey VFD; 7:38 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. S.H. 82A

Death Notices

SAWNEY, Juanita Delphia, 89, Tahlequah homemaker/housewife. Died May 21. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

ROGERS, Shelly, 50, Hulbert nurse. Died May 21. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WELCH, Maxine, 90, Westville key punch operator. Died May 17. Graveside services were held Wednesday. Roberts and Hart Funeral Home, Westville.

KIMBLE, Jewell M., 82, Stilwell homemaker. Died May 19. Services were held Wednesday. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Chapel, Stilwell.

HATFIELD, Ruby, 93, Stilwell retired teacher. Died May 18. Services 11 a.m. May 23 at Hart Chapel in Stilwell.

CRITTENDEN, Billy Jack, 53, Stilwell mechanic. Died May 17. Services were held Wednesday. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

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