Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

December 27, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds


Virgil B. Johnson Jr. et ux to Katherine Inez Magrin trust

Fredric Hamon et ux to Fredric Hamon

Bobbie R. Davis et ux to Bobby D. Ellis et ux

Ralph A. Underhill et vir to Mark Capps et al

Charles C. Vance to Scott G. Noel

JPMorgan Chase Bank to Michael Alex Cobb

Charles Cooper et ux to Gary W. Spriggs et ux

Melvin L. Magers et ux to Melvin L. Magers t rustee et ux

Felonies

Steven Jacob Fishinghawk – possession of a firearm after felony conviction, pointing a firearm, domestic assault and battery in the presence of minor child, domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, obstructing an officer

Scott K. Baggott – attempting to elude, leaving the scene of an accident involving damage, leaving the scene of an accident involving damage to a motor vehicle, driving while impaired

Shane Leon Wilson – possession of controlled substance, transporting loaded firearm in motor vehicle, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Henry Eugene White – DUI, driving under suspension, open container alcohol

Todd Durman – two or more bogus checks together over felony limit $500

Misdemeanors

Micah Daniel Hearns – violation of protective order

Rachael Erin Thomas – obstructing an officer, escape from arrest or detention, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Bradley Joe Mouse – actual physical control

Tera Beth Windham – trespassing after being forbidden, public intoxication

Elizabeth Thompson – larceny of merchandise from a retailer 2 cts., trespassing after being forbidden

Keith Edward Carter – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Scott Leon Boatwright – domestic abuse-assault and battery, interference with emergency telephone call, obstructing an officer

Jennifer Diane Miller – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Kimberly Walker – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Misy George – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Patricia Ann Fair – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Civils

Cach LLC vs. Mike B. Swim

Cach LLC vs. Tonya Renee Hunter

Midland Funding LLC vs. Henry Clinton

Midland Funding LLC vs. Theresa Erkaya

Midland Funding LLC vs. Marcella Neal

Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. vs. Robert Phillips

Retha Osburn vs. Cole Hutchinson et al – partition

State of Okla. et al vs. Shawn Peters et al – seizure and forfeiture

State of Okla. et al vs. Kenny Ray Jackson – seizure and forfeiture

Protective Orders

Kimberly Sue Brown vs. Jason Fred Fortner

Divorces

Melanie Gay Klugh vs. Calvin Klugh

Raymond James Spears vs. Emily Reajean Hawley – paternity

Death Notices

McARTHUR, Douglas, 70, Jay truck driver. Died Dec. 23. No services planned. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

HICKS, Della Mae, 81, Park Hill homemaker. Died Dec. 20. Services 10 a.m. Dec. 27 at Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BAKER, Johnnie L., 83, Tahlequah retired Cherokee County employee. Died Dec. 24. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SUNDAY, Ora Lee, 99, Tahlequah homemaker. Died Dec. 16. Memorial services will be held in spring 2014. Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

JOHNSON, William Ernest, 77, Tahlequah rancher. Died Dec. 25. Services 10 a.m. Dec. 30 at South College Church of Christ. Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

MILLER, Alma Ruth, 83, Stilwell homemaker. Died Dec. 12. Services 11 a.m. Dec. 28 at Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

WILLIAMS, Harley, 65, Stilwell maintenance supervisor. Died Dec. 21. Services 10 a.m. Dec. 27 at Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

WONDERLY, James, 85, Stilwell store owner. Died Dec. 20. Services pending with Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

WEBB, Milton Harold, 60, Stilwell pipefitter. Died Dec. 20. Services 2 p.m. Dec. 27 at Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Stilwell.

FAIN, Ross, 67, Westville. Died Dec. 22. Services 11 a.m. Dec. 27 at Roberts & Hart Funeral Home, Westville.

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