Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 19, 2011

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Jimmy D. Whitekiller et ux to Mike H. Turney et al

Brian Anderson et ux to Brian Chase Anderson

Donnis A. Stanley to Drew A. Stanley et al

Felonies

Jarrod Dion Riggs --  child neglect

Civils

Kelaya Alexander Morton vs. Heather Breanne Smith --  auto negligence

Small Claims

Kenneth Duvall vs. Christie Mooney --  entry and detainer

Twin Oaks Apartments vs. Aubrey Rhianne Boland --  entry and detainer

Divorces

Starla Joy Tyler vs. Aaron Zane Taylor

Sarah Elizabeth Eastham vs. Hunter Eastham

Marriages

Eric Lennier Fentress, 32, Sallisaw and Crystal Lynn Rice, 34, Sallisaw

Traffic Report

Monroe Colston II --  failure to report property damage accident

Bradley Marc Brantley --  failure to display proper light on vessel at night, failure to report property damage accident

Robin LeeAnn Cochran --  reckless driving

Mark W. Wofford --  passing on left of vehicle attempting to turn left

Arethia Lavon Stann --  inattentive driving

Kent D. Teehee --  no license

Roy Candy Jr. --  under revocation, no seat belt

Rebecca Jean Chuculate --  under suspension, no security verification

Joshua Bryan Knobloch --  no seat belt

Jacob Wayne Russell --  no seat belt

Todd Montaye Antwine --  no seat belt

Billy D. Breshears --  no seat belt

Autumn Renee Ingram --  no seat belt

Jackie D. Ryals --  no security verification, driving after license denied or canceled

Jessie Wayne Kirk --  speeding

Joshua Matthew Phillips --  no license

Toney Lynn McGee --  no security verification, speeding

Mathew Duane Hallman --  not reasonable and proper

Kyle Andrew Hallman --  not reasonable and proper

David Ryan Parker --  taxes due state

Aaron Waldran --  speeding

Dustin Ray Scott --  taxes due state, open alcohol

Travis Clay Northrup --  open alcohol, under revocation

Allie Renee Travis --  open alcohol

Jackyie Ray Burson --  speeding

Rodney Alan Winland --  under suspension, speeding

Thomas Wayne Chasteen --  no seat belt

Jacob Dewayne Seely --  passing in no passing zone

Luther Wayne Dallis --  open beer

JoAnne Alice Chinzi --  speeding

Thomas Edmond Teague --  speeding

Brittany Leigh Joiner --  speeding

Katie Nicole Miller --  speeding

Jessica Elaine Stafford --  speeding

Cacy Jo Harmon -- speeding

Rachel Lauren Renfro --  no seat belt

David Issac Dillard --  no seat belt

Zachary James Whatley --  no seat belt

Ricky Allen Shubin --  open beer

Clara Denise Williams --  open beer

Billie Jo Black --  speeding

Gary Dustin Hamby --  no seat belt

Candy J. Barbaree --  no license

David Allen Lee --  open beer, no seat belt

Michael Joe Lamons --  speeding

Sandra Sue Billups --  left of center in marked zone

Nicky Eugene Dye --  no seat belt

Victoria Anawake Bamberger --  speeding

Dustin Clay Barrett --  speeding

Bryan Lee Girdner --  under suspension

Donyal A. Hendricks-Chuculate --  under suspension

Laqueta Diane Harshman --  speeding

Brandi Lee Pope --  failure to stop at stop sign

Joanna Alvarado --  no security verification

Fire Runs

Sept. 16

Tahlequah FD; 12:59 p.m. Smoke Investigation on roof. Reasor’s

Tahlequah FD; 1:03 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Downing Street

Tahlequah FD; Motor Vehicle Collision. South Muskogee in front of Taco Bell

Tahlequah FD; 2:50 p.m. Grass Fire. 82/51 Spur

Death Notices

JOHNSON, Robert, 82, Tahlequah, owner/operator of Bob Johnson Plumbing and Heating. Died Sept. 16. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

ALLCORN, George Frank, Westville. Died Sept. 16. Services pending with Roberts Funeral Home, Westville.

HOLLAND, Eula L., 87, Watts homemaker. Died Sept. 16. Services 10 a.m. Sept. 19 at Hart Funeral Home, Westville.

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