Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 17, 2012

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH —  

Court Report
Warranty Deeds
Clarence L. Houston et ux to Clarence L. Houston et ux
Donnie L. Parish et ux to Southridge Dev. Co. LLC
Sheryl Ritschel et al to Raymond L. Wittman et al
Sheryl Ritschel et al to Raymond L. Wittman
Deutsche Bank Nat’l to The Looney Fam. Trust
Thomas E. Wilson to Thomas Eric Wilson et ux
Homesales Inc. to Audra Anderson
Donald P. Smith et ux to Donald P. Smith Trustee et al
Misdemeanors
Casey Lee Conley – public intoxication
Kelsey Garrett Wells – public intoxication
Austin Mackenzie Wyont – public intoxication
Donald Andrew Broderick – domestic abuse-assault and battery
Morgan Lynn Lessley – larceny of merchandise from a vehicle
Civil Claims
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. Tommie Beasley et al – foreclosure
Bank of Cherokee County vs. The heirs of Delsie Lee et al – foreclosure
GMAC Mortgage LLC vs. Unknown Successors of Robert G. Coffelt et al – foreclosure
Portfolio Recovery Assoc. LLC vs. Eduardo Perez Jr.
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. vs. Timothy M. Kellner
Protective Orders
Kevin Derrick Campbell vs. Deadra Starr
Small Claims
South Breeze Mobile Manor vs. David Finch et al – entry and detainer
Voyager Enterprises vs. Gregory Savage – entry and detainer
Krista R. Smith vs. Michael P. Frazier – replevin
Voyager Enterprises vs. Sharon Watson – entry and detainer
Voyager Enterprises vs. Rochelle Hames – entry and detainer
Pines at Southridge vs. Debra Lynn Tatum – entry and detainer
Pines at Southridge vs. Jackie Sue Millspaugh – entry and detainer
Pines at Southridge vs. Jennifer Dawn McAlpin – entry and detainer
Divorces
Nicole Lehnick vs. Justin Lehnick
Tina Pennington vs. Jonathan Pennington
Sally Mae Stephens vs. Michael Stephens
Justin Bailey vs. Lilly Roberts – paternity
Death Notices
GRITTS, Winford Jodie Jr., 58. Stilwell manufacturing inspector. Died May 10. Services 2 p.m. May 17 at Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.
RICHEY, Miriam H., 92, Tahlequah hairdresser and shop owner. Died May 14. Services 9:30 a.m. May 21 at First Presbyterian Church, Muskogee. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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