Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

April 2, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

James Mark Seabolt et ux to Jerry Adamson et ux

Lonnie R. Hoover et ux to Faith Based Therapeutic Community Corp.

Bob Barnes to Colton Barnes et al

Ric Swartz et ux to Shane Sills

Scott A. Hawley trustees to Rodney E. Johnson et al

Emmitt Earl Dobson et al to Mick Alan Henson

Felonies

Nicholas Charles Smith – eluding a police officer, driving under the influence

Misdemeanors

Brandon Snell – public intoxication

Roger Dale Lyman – public intoxication

Taylor Desirea Lawson – DUI, failure to stop at stop sign

Echo Dawn Killsnight – obstructing an officer, public intoxication

Civils

Kelly Kinsinger vs. Molly Retherford – automobile negligence

Linda Lipkey et al vs. Amy Mathis – automobile negligence

Autovest LLC vs. Lynn A. Stevens – breach of contract

Christy Whisenhunt et al vs. Charles Dewayne Burright – auto tort

Bank of America N.A. vs. Linda R. Haun et al – foreclosure

Raymond Thompson vs. Pedro Belmonte – automobile negligence

Dustin Wayne Galyan vs. State of Okla.;DPS – driver’s license appeal

Small Claims

Liberty Finance Inc. vs. Debbie Estep

Liberty Finance Inc. vs. Donna Jones

Monica Owens vs. Elizabeth Knotes Anderson – entry and detainer

Divorces

Jolene Michelle Tinnin vs. Jacob Duane Henson

Marriages

Aaron James Henson, 19, Salina, to Danetta Lorraine Ross, 21, Salina

Jimmy Done Moore, 29, Tahlequah, to Stephanie Leann Seay, 27, Tahlequah

Fracisco Pantoja Rodriguez, 31, Park Hill, to Jacie Ayana Mouse, 19, Park Hill

Fire Runs

March 30

Tahlequah FD; 2:57 a.m. Structure Fire. 401 W. Choctaw

Tahlequah FD; 11 p.m. Medical Assist. Nola St.

March 31

Tahlequah FD; 2:15 a.m. Fire Alarm. 512 Raston Dr.

Tahlequah FD; 12:57 p.m. Gas Leak. Rand Avenue

Death Notices

McALISTER, Dr. John Edwards, 80, Tahlequah psychiatrist. Died March 29. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WHITWORTH, Yolanda “Beth,” 85, Tahlequah high school teacher. Died March 23. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

VERBICA, Winnifred H., 78, Tahlequah homemaker. Died March 31. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

COLE, Leonard, 90, Muskogee. Died March 31. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BRYANT, Leonard “Carl,” 66, Tahlequah home training specialist. Died March 29. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SHAHAN, Gladys, 95, Tahlequah nurse. Died March 28. Services pending, Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WINNIFRED, Verbica, 78, Tahlequah homemaker. Died March 31. Services pending, Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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