Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 29, 2012

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Julie M. Nikel et al to Brian J. Windle et al

Sandra K. Hensley to Kevin R. Hensley et al


Fausten Charles Willhite – larceny of an automobile

James L. Everett – knowingly concealing stolen property

Jimmy Evel Snow – aggravated assault and battery

Linda B. Wilson – endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance


Leon Eric Howard – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Brandon J. Hestwood – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Tyler Ray Smith – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Bobbi Jo Shirrel – possession of drug paraphernalia

Billy Earl Jackson – public drunk

Jean Marie Ford – threaten to perform act of violence

Ladonna Locust – malicious injury to personal property

Joe Walter Mathis – possession of controlled dangerous substance, larceny of merchandise from a retailer, public intoxication

Justin Wayne Wolfe – DUI

George Allen Murphy – public intoxication


Faust Corporation vs. Rhonda M. Rochelle

Niko Hammer vs. Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association – temporary injunction

Ryan Dalton Helsley vs. Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association – temporary injunction

Kyle Peyton Helsley vs. Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association – temporary injunction

Tyler Lee Chaffin vs. Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association – temporary injunction

Small Claims

Liberty Finance Inc. vs. Jeffery Joe Gregoire

Liberty Finance Inc. vs. Dawn Rose

Merrill Check Cashing vs. Vickey Dawson

Jessica Marie Spencer vs. Ronnie M. Harvey et al – entry and detainer

David Craig vs. Summer D. Kortwright et al – entry and detainer

Ronald Osentowski vs. Joe Haynes – entry and detainer


Maribel Olvera vs. Marco Antonio Perez

Traffic Report

Jimmy Dale Briggs Sr. – no seat belt

Michael Bruce Collins – driver inattention resulting in collision

Clarrissa Louise Walker – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Kendra Brittney Tinnin – speeding

Kelsey Nicole Cox – speeding

Earl M. Straughan – failure to yield while turning

James Earl Holderbee – no seat belt

Rachel L. Patterson – speeding

Stephanie Louise Wilson – no seat belt, speeding

Brian Keith Crisp – driving under suspension second or subsequent

Ramiro Navarro-Espinoza – no driver’s license

Gayle Herbert Suehring – speeding

Fausto Veloz Villanueva – no driver’s license

Randy Gene Smith – no seat belt

James David Kinkead – failure to yield from a private drive

Phillip George Daugherty – no security verification

Danniel Leeroy Vincent – not reasonable and proper

Mark Anthony Leapoldt – no security verification

Tommy Charles Ridge – no seat belt

William Dakota Copeland – improper passing, not reasonable and proper

Johnathon J. Ozturk – operating a motor vehicle with expired registration

Jess Daniel Jones – speed not reasonable and proper

Roy Allen Carey – no seat belt

Tucker Forrest Shurden – speeding

Samuel Lee Jones – speeding

Millard Jayce Dakota Edwards – speeding

Cheryl Welch Tarver – speeding

Jimmy Don Moore – speeding, driving under suspension, operating motor vehicle with expired registration, no security verification

Austen Thomas Mouse – driving under suspension, speeding, no seat belt

Kevin Dwayne Cooper – speeding

John Lewis Denison – no seat belt

Marianne R. Budzinsky – no seat belt

Edith Mendez – no driver’s license

Ryan Douglas Stratton – no seat belt

Bo David Adams – no seat belt

Kylar Cruz Welch – no seat belt

Margaret Diane Robinson – no seat belt

Melinda Marchelle Rogers – no seat belt

Tammie Jean McKee – no seat belt, no security verification

Roger Dale Rigsby Jr. – no seat belt

Derek Wayne Cole – speed not reasonable and proper, no seat belt

Fire Runs

Oct. 25

Tahlequah FD; 8:12 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Bliss and Downing

Death Notices

SAALWACHTER, Jean, 94, Tahlequah social worker. Died Oct. 26. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

GAGE, Vera, 91, Tahlequah elevator operator for ONG. Died Oct. 23. Services 2 p.m. Oct. 29 at Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

GIRDNER, Bryan, 69, Tahlequah truck driver. Died Oct. 24. Services 10 a.m. Oct. 29 at Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home in Stilwell.

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