Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 3, 2008

Court report for Sunday, March 2


Gary Walker Sr. et ux to Gary Wayne Walker Jr. et ux

Dustin Barrett et ux to Alice J. Mead Trustee

Nhat Van Nguyen et ux to Nhat Van Nguyen et ux


Douglas B. Sanders -- bogus check

Nathaniel Jacob Brown -- manslaughter first degree

Stephanie Gail Deckard -- possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, possession of controlled drug, possession of paraphernalia


Nikki L. Crumpton -- failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Carl Joe Rossignol Jr. -- domestic abuse in presence of child

Timothy Joe Walker Jr. -- domestic abuse

Gina Baldridge -- bogus check

Jackie Lee Gawf -- bogus check

Amber Shawn Crisp -- bogus check

Darla Kay Kouba -- bogus check

Melissa Sandoval -- failure or neglect to compel child to attend school


Deutsche Bank Trust Co. vs. H. Kenneth Stilwell Jr. -- foreclosure

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Robert L. Long

Midland Credit Management vs. Dale W. Jackson

Midland Credit Management vs. Anita M. Boston

Protective Orders

Shawnda Hix vs. Laura Branham

Small Claims

Joyce Willis vs. Robert Malone -- entry and detainer

Cherokee Hills Finance vs. Tonia M. Killer

Cherokee Hills Finance vs. Michele Ann Tinnin

Cherokee Hills Finance vs. Sherman Shatwell

Cherokee Hills Finance vs. Christine A. Shatwell

Sharpe’s Department Store vs. Shawna Diver

Sharpe’s Department Store vs. Jamie Sharee Burgess

Sharpe’s Department Store vs. Daniel Coles


Nathan F. Oglesbee, 22, Tahlequah and Alissa Jeanne Baker, 23, Tahlequah

Traffic Report

Terry Dean Caleb -- under suspension

Tamara Johnell Aguilar -- taxes due state

David Dipboye -- improper passing, no license

Christopher Lee Blackmer -- left of center

James Troy Matlock II -- speeding

Emanuel D. Perry -- speeding

Glenda Kay Sullivan -- no seat belt

Brent Matthew Potter -- speeding 2 cts.

Melissa Alene Gourd -- speeding

Wade Allen Goins -- no security verification

Adam Scott Newbury -- operating all terrain vehicle on roadway

Danniel Leroy Vincent -- operating all terrain vehicle on roadway

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The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
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