Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 10, 2008

Daily log for Friday, Oct. 10

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

James D. Brown to Randall R. Lewis et ux

Joshua Martin et ux to Jonathan Paul Baxa

Walter Alan Patton to Walter Patton et al

Civils

Independence Receivables vs. Matt Conley

Jason Matlock vs. Garland Wyers -- friendly suit

Ford Motor Credit Co. vs. Pat Parker

Protective Orders

Pat Ballard vs. Teresa Darlene Deckard

Divorces

Sharon Marie Brittain vs. James Myron Brittain

Candace Lamb vs. Kristofer Lamb

Marriages

Wesley Robert Martin, 26, Tahlequah and Della Elizabeth Guthrie, 26, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Oct. 9

Tahlequah FD; 12:01 a.m. Smoke Investigation. Southwest Leoser Hall

Death Notices

SWANK, Coy D., 68. Tahlequah retired manager at Wal-Mart Paint Department. Died Oct. 7 in Tulsa. Services 1 p.m. Oct. 13 at Hart Funeral Chapel. Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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