Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

November 14, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court report

Warranty Deeds


Andrew Srkora trustee to The Srkora Trust

Brent Harrison et ux to Harrison Rental Trust Inc.

Larryn Sue Houghton et vir to Harrison Rentals LLC

Felonies

Dusty Dawn Rollins - unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent, possession of a controlled and dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Louis Eugene Cody - DUI-misdemeanor municipal Tahlequah, open container of beer

Ella B. Milstead - abuse by caretaker, three counts

Larry Glass - abuse by caretaker

Holli Williams - exploitation of elderly person

James Utsler - exploitation of elderly person, abuse by caretaker

Genny Utsler - abuse by caretaker

Misdemeanors

Mikki Crawford - obstructing an officer, public intoxication

Matthew Ryan Caviness - aggravated DUI

Robert Grady Dixon - DUI

Victoria Cromwell - failure or neglect to compel a child to attend school

Hunter M. Garrison - public intoxication

Jarrod Michael Elmore - DUI

Rocky Ray Watts - assault and battery

Adam Wesley Austin - loitering, injuring or molesting an automobile

Meghan Leigh Chaffin - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Charles Nathan Factor - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Melissa A. McQuay - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Lisa M. Rife Mathews - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Alice May Sims - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Tammy Leann Stephens - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Roger Dale Parker - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Andrea Bunch - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Brenda Hahn - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Civils

In the matter of v. Austin D. Morton - issuance of title

Protective Orders

Kaysey Denese Crawford v. Linda Adams

Small Claims

Opal Murphy v. Vickie James - entry and detainer

Divorces

James Abe Smith v. Heather Smith

Joyce Lynn Crossno v. Jeffery Joseph Crossno

Ben A. Copeland v. Nancy A. Copeland

Fire Runs

Nov. 12

Tahlequah FD; 8:01 p.m. structure fire, 614 Cherry St.

Tahlequah FD; 9:20 p.m. structure fire, 1330 E. Allen Road

Nov. 13

Tahlequah FD; 7:26 a.m. motor vehicle collision, Highway 51 and 51 Spur

Death Notices

CUMMINGS, Carl Wayne, 60, Hulbert. Died Nov. 10. No services planned. Green Country Funeral Home. Tahlequah

BOLDING, Marion, 65, Muskogee Police Department, Tahlequah. Died. Nov. 11. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 14, First United Methodist Church. Green Country Funeral Home. Tahlequah.

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