Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

August 25, 2008

Court report for Sunday, Aug. 24


Marvin Shelly Jr. et ux to Michael Douglas May

Brian T. Crawford et ux to Christy Gillespie

Alfred Clinton Burns et ux to Raymond Alan Burns

Suburban Realty Co. Inc. to NSU

Jack M. Parnell Trustee to Carolyn Parnell Trustee

Louis Bradley Williams to Tony Alexander Tiger

Charles Blair to Melody Setters et al

Timothy L. Nixon et al to Daniel Stiger et al


Joshua Baird -- encouraging minor to be in need of supervision

Terri Baird -- encouraging minor to be in need of supervision

Charles Hollis -- violation of protective order

Jimmy W. Center -- possession of controlled drug, possession of paraphernalia

Jennifer Lynn Adams -- aggravated DUI

Chance Logan Smith -- DUI

Robert L. Finch -- possession of controlled drug


Carolyn Baker vs. Tonya Williams -- auto tort

Saber Acceptance vs. Patsy Yandell -- breach of contract

Protective Orders

David Wilson vs. John Ford

Kathy Rosas vs. Lazaro Tony Rosas


Tonya Lynn Aultman vs. Michael O.G. Aultman

Rachel Lisa Nieman vs. Joshua Louis Nieman


Jesse Gene Christie, 59, Bunch and Margaret McLemore, 50, Bunch

Traffic Report

JoAnn Marie Blakely -- speeding

Alexander L. Simmons -- speeding

Leah Ann Lowry -- no license, expired tag

Mark Allen Stills -- speed not reasonable and proper, taxes due state, no security verification

Larry Jefferson Webb -- speed not reasonable and proper, no motorcycle endorsement

Benjamin N. Fowlkes -- failure to have PFD in vessel

Todd Douglas Hallman -- failure to require passenger under 13 wear PFD

Cortney Renee Williams -- expired license

Chisholm McKinney Waldroop -- no seat belt

Nikki Ledene Rock -- failure to obey traffic control device

Leslie Lea Hardison -- failure to yield to emergency vehicle

Kirk Michael Reese -- no seat belt

Larry Carl Reese -- no seat belt

Jenny Lynn Johnson -- no security verification

Karen Sylvia Bradley -- speeding, under suspension

Joseph Michael Shatwell -- no seat belt

Christopher James Copeland -- no seat belt

Sara Lynn Landaverde -- speeding

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What to you think of a state Legislature proposal to forbid cities from raising the minimum wage? Choose the closest to your opinion.

The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
States should be allowed to raise their minimum wages, but not cities.
Both states and cities should be allowed to raise their minimum wages.
Cities should be allowed to raise their mimum wages, but not states.
There should be no minimum wage at all.
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