Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 30, 2012

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

CNLAPF Partners LP to MANAV Inc.

Misdemeanors

Eric Lloyd Long – public intoxication

Civils

Teresa Sharp vs. Reed Burk D.P.M. – negligence

Protective Orders

Christy Horton vs. Terry Jason Horton

Small Claims

Armstrong Bank vs. Millissa Masterson

Armstrong Bank vs. Mark Hammons et al

Armstrong Bank vs. Connie Jean Bower et al

Armstrong Bank vs. Cody Coxis Majors

Colonial Finance Company vs. Timothy M. Kellner

Ron Osentowski vs. Sierra Smith et al – entry and detainer

Loan Plus vs. Susanna Rose

Loan Plus vs. Ralph A. Preston

World Acceptance Corp. vs. R.L. Bell

World Acceptance Corp. vs. Crystal Ellison

Divorces

Christopher B. Aderson vs. Diane P. Alderson

Marriages

Juan Manuel Munoz Tavera, 34, Tahlequah, to Maria Irene Trejo Lugo, 30, Tahlequah

Thomas Joseph Kitzmiller, 53, Wagoner, to Cyrena Mae Hellinger, 52, Wagoner

Bryce Darrel Stafford, 27, Tahlequah, to Autumn Brooke Pierce, 23, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

July 26

Tahlequah FD; 3:46 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Downing and the bypass

Tahlequah FD; 5 p.m. Illegal Burn. Basin Avenue

Lowrey VFD; 7:48 p.m. Grass Fire. 17,000 block of East 645 Road

Tahlequah FD; 9:29 p.m. Barn Fire. South 457 Road

Traffic Report

Levi Paul Adair Jr. – no security verification, no driver’s license

Tanner K. Weston – affixing unauthorized plate with intent to conceal identity

Raylynn Lachelle Sutton – no seat belt

Juan Pablo Rizo-Miranda – no driver’s license

Robin Ranae Truitt – left of center on road of sufficient width

Tamyra Leigh Speed – no driver’s license

Michael Dwayne Robinett – operating without license required for type of vehicle, taxes due state

Rhonda Marie Nelson – left of center on road of sufficient width

John W. Stanley Jr. – no seat belt

Frederick Levon Peoples Jr. – no seat belt

Dakotah Wayne Boydston – operating a motor vehicle with modified exhaust

Alberto Cisneros – no seat belt

Collin Wade Downs – no seat belt

Robert Charles Sanders – speeding

Suzanne Gail Phillips – expired license plate

Dylan Ray Hammons – speeding

Julie Kay Smith – speeding

Dana Jacqueline Pruet – speeding

Crystal Ann Blackwell – speeding

Derrick Olen Lemasters – speed not reasonable and proper

James Russell Nicholas – no seat belt

Brian Todd Langworthy – no security verification

Gary Kirk – driving under suspension

Angelitea Castro-Becerra – failure to require passenger under 13 to wear PFD

Jaime Ramirez-Lopez – failure to require passenger under 13 to wear PFD

Gena Nicole Vafeas – fail to dim headlights to oncoming traffic

Amber Lynn Edwards – failure to have driver’s license in immediate possession

Anthony Clark Burkey II – excessive smoke

Mark Adam Gay – no seat belt

Julian Zane Skelton – no seat belt

Whitney Paige Nolen – speeding

Marcus Jermaine Kelley – speeding

Amanda Maryam Aguirre – speeding

Earnest W. Ford – no seat belt

Nathan Quinn Harrington – no seat belt

Justin Michael Kinzer – speeding

Amanda Grace Davis – speeding

Ami Marie Sams – no seat belt

Seth Albert Alsenay – speed not reasonable and proper

Death Notices

YORK, Melba, 79. Tahlequah caregiver. Died July 27. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SMITH, Randall, 53, Hulbert laborer. Died July 23. Services were held July 27 at Smith Cemetery. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

MARTIN-VAUGHN, Linda. Died July 25. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

RICHARDS, Brazen Lee, 26, Westville foreman. Died July 26. Services 2 p.m. July 30 at Pentecostal Holiness in Westville. Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

YOUNG, Conrad W., 76, Muskogee minister. Died July 26. Services 11 a.m. July 30 at Roberts and Hart Funeral Chapel, Westville.

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