Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 21, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Felonies

Joshua Green – unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, possession of firearm in commission of a felony, knowingly concealing stolen property, no driver’s license

Antonio R. Golden – possession of controlled dangerous substance

Michael Dwain Chewey – unauthorized use of a vehicle, DUI, failure to report personal injury accident, resisting an officer, no driver’s license, open container beer

Tommy G. Deckard – possession of firearm in commission of a felony, domestic abuse-assault and battery, possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Marcus Andre Toney – DUI, driving under suspension, failure to stop at stop sign

James Ray Carey – domestic assault and battery in the presence of minor child

Misdemeanors

Susan Dianne Seals – aggravated driving while under the influence of alcohol, driving under suspension

Dustin Meigs Philpott – possession of drug paraphernalia

Laura Gema Carroll – DUI

Jaime Iglesias Rubio – DUI

Civils

Travis Briggs vs. Justin Wayne Hood et al – automobile negligence

Bank of Commerce vs. James L. Brinkley

Doug Allcorn vs. Tenkiller Lake Realty LLC et al – breach of contract

Americredit Financial vs. Tonya Hudson – breach of contract

Protective Orders

Kimberly Brown vs. Jason Fred Forther

Small Claims

Maria Rodriguez vs. Geneva Reves

Leonard Wilkins vs. Autumn Willetta Huntley et al – entry and detainer

Richard Garner vs. Tricia Lynn Birdtail – entry and detainer

World Acceptance Corp. vs. John Holmes

World Acceptance Corp. vs. Michelle Knowles

World Acceptance Corp. vs. Jolene Tinnin

Marriages

Charles Johnathan Bell, 29, Welling, to Barbara Dawn Hamilton, 36, Welling

Harold Ray Pinney, 32, Tahlequah, to Latasha Nichelle Perry, 26, Tahlequah

Luis Alberto Rios, 34, Tahlequah, to Nikki Raye Drywater, 23, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Oct. 18

Tahlequah FD; 10:48 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. 2798 N. Vinita

Tahlequah FD; 12:04 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. State Highway 82 North

Traffic Report

Tyler Lee Choate – failure to obey traffic control device

Cameron Scott Greenhagen – speeding

Tawni Lynn Cannon – speeding

Wesley Jay Proctor – driving under revocation second or subsequent, speeding

Toby Langston Davenport – no seat belt

Latasha Marie Watson – taxes due state

Ashton Danielle Leach – speeding

Gensing Dale Trammel – driving under revocation

Tara Marie Tremblay – failure to stop at red light

Mac Allen Cook III – driving under suspension

Garret Clayton Geneva Jr. – no security verfication

Jordan Brittany Kinard – no security verification

Lenny Charles Leach – no security verification

Kendra Dawn Lizama – no security verification

John Dustin Vannote – no security verification

Deanna Renee Faggart – failure to stop at stop sign

Billy Joe Hensley – failure to stop at stop sign

Michelle L. Guinn – driver inattention resulting in collision

Dino Ray James Hall – no seat belt

Dawn M. Moon – no seat belt

Dana Elaine Kelley – no seat belt, no child restraint

Scot Allen Altaffer – no seat belt

Alicia Anne O’Donnell – speeding

Bradley Leon Seanard – no seat belt

Brenton Levi Dunsworth – no security verification

Ricky Dale Hodge – expired license plate, no seat belt

Lyle Wayne Rowe – taxes due state

Thomas W. Brinkley Jr. – speeding

Eric Wayne Huff – failure to stop at stop sign, driving under revocation second or subsequent

William Elisha Perry – no seat belt

John T. Snyder – speeding

Randall Scott Nodine – no seat belt

Delena Clayton – no seat belt

Jessica Rose Eagleman – no seat belt

Jimmy Ray Wilson – taxes due state, no security verification

Fredrick Frierson Jr. – driving under suspension

Thomas Duane Hodge – no seat belt

Garrett Wayne Carter – driver inattention resulting in collision

Bradley Logan Cole – no seat belt

Adam Joseph McKenzie – no seat belt

Billy Ray Rhoades – failure to stop at stop sign

William Daniel Ponder – no seat belt

Eugene F. Fabry – speeding

Bonnie Sue Walker – speeding

Colby Joe Bird – no driver’s license

Lloyd William McDaniel – no driver’s license

Joe Rholand Ward Jr. – taxes due state

Vicencio Pantaleon – open container beer

Brian Tyler Wright – speeding

Carley Laine Welch – speeding

Shantell Renee Sinor – speeding

Frankie Allen Walker Jr. – driving under suspension, no seat belt, operate vehicle with non-use decal, no security verification

Jaime Iglesias Rubio – no driver’s license

Jessica Lynn Bailey – speeding

James William Caughman – speeding

Donald Wayne Trammel Jr. – reckless driving

Ciara Elizabeth Tapp – speeding

David Alan Thornton – operating motor vehicle with expired registration

Cody Dean Hooper – speed not reasonable and proper

Cheyenne Marlin Morris – taxes due state

Michael James Fields – no seat belt

Max Christopher Chrisman – driving under revocation

Martin Hernandez-Ramirez – no driver’s license

Alonso Zamora-Vasquez – speeding

Christian Arlene Sherron – speeding

Jilea Kendal Martin – speeding

Kimberly Marie Wheeler – no seat belt

Michael Eugene Griffin Jr. – speeding

Sunny Chirita Sweet – failure to keep to right on road of sufficient width

Mark Dale Mathews – speeding

Victoria Susann Hollis – no seat belt

Deserai Jean Hollis – no security verification, driving under suspension second or subsequent

Justin Cole Austin – no seat belt

Christopher Lee Armstrong – no seat belt

Jamie Denise Hignite – no seat belt

Death Notices

TAYLOR, Karen L., 39, Tahlequah truck driver. Died Oct. 8. Services 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at First United Methodist Church Activity Center. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

LUPER, Clyde Dale, 80, Tahlequah, owner of Clyde’s Auto Body Repair Shop. Died Oct. 15. Services 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

LEE, Janey Lee, 54, Tahlequah home health and nurse aide in Vian. Died Oct. 15. Services 11 a.m. Oct. 21 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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