Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 24, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Sarah Keener et al to Richard P. Peine et ux

William L. Berry to Ashley V. Horn et vir


Chad Arron Cummings – assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, obstructing an officer

Donald Wayne Trammel Jr. – assault and battery with a dangerous weapon


Kelvin Christopher Clark – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Robert Joshua Brown – reckless driving


JPMorgan Chase Bank vs. Johnny J. Sharum et al – foreclosure

Credit Bureau Serv. Assoc. vs. Constance Barrow

Arvest Bank Fayetteville vs. Thomas D. Molloy – breach of contract

Arvest Bank Fayetteville vs. Robert A. Nunn et al – breach of contract

GE Capital Retail Bank vs. Robert Young

Bailey Law PLC vs. Jimmie Jones et al – breach of contract

Small Claims

Armstrong Bank vs. Cheyenne Mason Watts et al

Billie Fountain vs. John Archie Hodge et al


Kenna Estira vs. Ted Estira


Tyler Wade Redden, 29, Tahlequah, to Lauren Ashleigh Felts, 21, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

June 20

Tahlequah FD; 12:25 p.m. Alarm. 1387 W. Fourth St.

Tahlequah FD; 4:58 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Muskogee and Short

June 21

Tahlequah FD; 11:05 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Cedar and the bypass

Traffic Report

James Lane Tippie – no seat belt

Kevin Tyler Blum – speed not reasonable and proper

Alfred Curtis Ball III – driving under suspension

Chero Richard Young – driving left of center in marked zone

James Edgar Parson – driving under suspension

Jason Lee Murphy – no driver’s license, no seat belt

Dylan W. Girdner – no security verification, failure to register used vehicle within 30 days

Lance Michael McGregor – no seat belt

Samantha Stovall – no seat belt

Phillip S. Colson – no seat belt

Drew Thomas Adamson – driving under suspension

Duray Edward Davis – driving under revocation

Darrell Marsean Scavone – speeding

Kristy La Dawn Muck – no security verification

Zachery Ryan Ham – open container beer

Cody Weston Clovis – taxes due state

Mashele C. Coleman – no security verification, taxes due state

Jacee Ann Morton – no security verification

Jerry Dale Laudermilk – no security verification, expired driver’s license

Sephra Lynn Goodman – no seat belt

Christopher Alan Brackett – speeding

Emily A. Buckner – open container beer

James Stoney Allen II – operate vessel in no-wake area not reasonable and proper

Travis Ray Buckner – no security verification

Angela Louise Camp – driver inattention resulting in collision

David Alan Rye – speed not reasonable and proper

Kenneth John Vance – speeding

Matthew David Edgerton – speeding

Raberne Mark Squyres – no seat belt

Shannon Ray Grimes – speeding

Anthony Elvis Smith – failure to register used vehicle within 30 days

Johnathon Tyler Dudley – speeding

Trinton Gage Herron – speeding

Cody Wade Huitt – speeding

Zachary Clark Elseman – no security verification

Joseph Landon Anderson – no security verification

Catherine Ann Wilcox – taxes due state

Letha Marie Montelongo – no seat belt

Shannon Laverne Zamzis – no seat belt

Wayne Ronald McDowell – no seat belt

Billy Gene Ingram – no seat belt

Jamie Danielle Wagnon – no security verification

Jonathan Brandon Hart – speeding

Jason Lynn Hensley – no seat belt

Kenneth Wesley Snograss – no seat belt

Sherry Ann Passmore – taxes due state

Lawanna Kay Leach – speeding

Koren N. Erickson – no seat belt

Justin Eli Grayson – no seat belt

Teesuyahkee Daniel Gritts – driving under revocation second or subsequent

Joshua Blake Anderson – speeding

Morgan Atchison Bernard – no security verification

Danniel Bettelyoun – no driver’s license, no seat belt

Aurora Noel Autry – speeding

Death Notices

BRANHAM, Albert G., 88, Tahlequah heavy equipment operator. Died June 18. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

HANDLE, Ethel, 74, Westville, retired from Greenleaf Nursery. Died June 20. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

FOX, Mark A., 47, Tahlequah brick layer. Died June 16. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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