Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 8, 2008

Daily log for Sunday, Sept. 7


Donna Dulen to Charlie D. Cain

Deutsche Bank National Trust to Matthew Canfield Guse et ux

Daniel R. McCauley et ux to Kyle T. Litterall Revocable Trust

Bryan D. Bratton et ux to Richard C. Carter et ux

Casey Louis Villacana to Doyle D. Tinnin et ux

Maxine M. Shaber to Maxine Mansfield Shaber Trust

Tower Real Estate Investment to Terry R. Wolf et ux


Brian Keith Channel -- domestic abuse


Yanell Brazerton -- bogus check

Mark Allen Walker -- bogus check

John R. Buster -- bogus check

Fernando Bustos -- bogus check

Cathlein S. Butler -- bogus check

Gregory C. Moore -- breaking and entering

Jessica Crittenden Thomas -- bogus check

Brenda K. Cagle -- bogus check

Jonathan R. Philpott -- malicious injury to property

Robert Phipps -- malicious injury to property

Mary Elizabeth Panther -- bogus check


Elite Recovery Services vs. Nancy Humphrey

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Lori Owens

Credit Bureau Services Association vs. Michael Hilario Martinez

Protective Orders

Tasha Pelt vs. Wiconi James

Emily Powell vs. Sara Kristen Grant


Matt Grimes vs. Melissa Grimes


Michael Thomas McKay, 45, Tahlequah and LaDonna Kaye Adamson, 40, Tahlequah

Christopher James Wilkerson, 21, Tahlequah and Rebecca K. Slavick, 19, Tahlequah

Kenneth West, 43, Park Hill and Peggy Ann Brink, 51, Park Hill

Traffic Report

Miranda Lynn Smith -- speeding, taxes due state, no license, no security verification

William B. Snyder -- under suspension

Vincent Vernoy Combs III -- speeding

Buddy Dwaine Taylor -- speeding, open beer

Anthony Lee William McBride -- failure to stop at stop sign

Brent Douglas Berry -- no security verification

Sara Kristen Grant -- no license

Walter Rene Echols -- no security verification

Laurie Ann Ochs -- under suspension

Steven C. Campbell -- speeding

Steven T. Cottrell -- speeding

James Howard McLain -- no seat belt

Joshua Keith Linn -- speeding

Thaddaaeus Paul Turman -- speeding

Kevin Dewayne Hill -- speeding

Valerie Renee Stephenson -- speeding

Shelley Dawn Butler-Allen -- no seat belt

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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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