Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

June 19, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Raymond C. Hammons et ux to Dylan Hammons et al

Alan Q. Anderson et ux to Charles R. Vick et ux

Dorothy Lee Ice to Patricia Joanne Harter et al

Geneva C. Reves to Geneva Carol Reves Revoc. Trust


Desary Nicole Swinney – uttering a forged instrument 4 cts., knowingly concealing stolen property

Daniel Wayne Mauldin – unauthorized use of a vehicle, burglary second degree

John Dustin Vannote – uttering a forged instrument 3 cts., knowingly concealing stolen property


Anthony Jason Whaler – public intoxication

John Sebree – public drunk

Austin Scott Thrasher – public drunk

Kelsey Jo Aguilar – public intoxication

Jeremiah Dewayne Mollie – obstructing an officer

Owen E. White – public intoxication

Tyler Horton – possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance


Jimmy Drywater vs. Jolene Roberts – negligence

Starr Fisher vs. Felts Star LLC – negligence

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. Ricky Cooper et al – foreclosure

JPMorgan Chase Bank NA vs. Jason A. Fain et al – foreslocure

Small Claims

First Fidelity Loans LLC vs. Velva Dubois

First Fidelity Loans LLC vs. Velva Dubois

Cherokee Hills Finance vs. Velva Dubois


Michael Allen Shaske vs. Tria Leanne Shaske

Rebecca Ann Bodirsky vs. Andrew Bodirsky Jr. – foreign divorce

Ashley Nicole Hunt vs. Clint Davis – paternity

Tyler Smith vs. Kylie Owens – paternity

Stacy Deon Watson vs. Alexus Ray – paternity

Casey Jones vs. Kourtney Elizabeth Sparks – paternity


Christopher Neil Lindsey, 25, Tahlequah, to Mary Rebecca Oglesbee, 24, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

June 18

Tahlequah FD; 8:56 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Near Park Hill and the bypass

Death Notices

BLEVINS, Paul A. Jr., 19, Tahlequah student. Died June 15. Services 2 p.m. June 19 at Green Country Funeral Home Chapel, Tahlequah.

BRANHAM, Albert G., 88, Tahlequah heavy equipment operator. Died June 18. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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