Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

July 9, 2012

Daily Log

Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Elizabeth Dale et ux to Brnadon K. Shipley et ux

Lonnie G. Turney et ux to Jacqueline Christine Turney

The Bank of New York to Elizabeth Risch

Tyler R. Ashley to Dirk Van Veen

Angela Sue Beechler et vir to Brett B. Freeman


Lanica F. Foskuhl – possession of embezzled credit card, unauthorized use of credit card 5 cts.

Eric Jordan Murphy – knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of controlled dangerous substance

Jeana Marie Martinez – possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, larceny of merchandise from a retailer

Jeron L. Miller – knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of controlled dangerous substance, public intoxication

Daniel Wayne Mauldin – larceny of an automobile


William Robert Murphy – public intoxication

Amer Celeste Koehn – public intoxication

James Kenneth Sheehy – public intoxication

Tyler Gambill – public intoxication

Zack D. Langren – public intoxication

Stephanie Beth Linville – public intoxication

Wilmer Reyes Garcia – driving under the influence, driving under suspension, open container beer, taxes due state

Mark Allen Rosson – public intoxication

Caleb James Hunt – public intoxication

Brady Heath Hollar – public intoxication, consumption by person under 21 in public place

Jonas Kelly Smith – malicious injury to property

Waukita M. Berryhill – DUI, resisting an officer, obstructing an officer, threaten to perform act of violence

Stormy Martin – unauthorized use of credit card

Small Claims

Kenneth Parks et al vs. Michael Hundley et al – entry and detainer

Dixie Finance vs. Penny Dale Gifford

Liberty Finance Inc. vs. Erica Washington

Loan Plus vs. Johnny M. Gonzales

Robert E. Sneed vs. Steve Crawford et al

Voyager Enterprises vs. Kristopher Guinn – entry and detainer

Voyager Enterprises vs. Destiny Ledbetter – entry and detainer


Terence Jake Scraper, 20, Tahlequah, to Kimberly Eleise King, 20, Tahlequah

Jacob Cody Hammons, 23, Tahlequah, to Stephanie Marie Clinton, 21, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

July 4

Lowrey VFD; 8:39 a.m. Medical Response. 4,000 block S.H. 82A

July 5

Tahlequah FD; 2:17 p.m. Grass Fire. 2411 N. Grand

Tahlequah FD; 3:41 p.m. Grass Fire. Crescent Valley Church

Tahlequah FD; 10:22 p.m. Grass Fire. Park Hill Road

July 6

Tahlequah FD; 12:34 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Steeley Hollow Road

Traffic Report

Randell Wayne Smith – driving under revocation second or subsequent

Kristian Jordan Steed – defective equipment, driving under suspension

William Dakota Copeland – failure to signal turn

Eli Daniel Jennings – defective equipment

Natalie Reib – driving left of center in marked zone, driving under suspension

Robert Wayne Studie – driving under revocation second or subsequent

Ruben Quezada – no driver’s license, no seat belt

Brandy Lee Bonoit – no child restraint

Colby Nicole Savage – no seat belt

Trinton Gage Herron – no seat belt

Carlis Elkins – driving under suspension

Brent Dewayne Houston – expired driver’s license

Chad Thomas Wisley – failure to require passenger under 13 to wear PFD

Loy Beach – speeding

Bobbie Eugene Gaylean – no seat belt

Trevor John Thompson – no seat belt

Amber Michelle Duncan – no security verification

Debra K. Winfield – no seat belt

Jennifer Lorraine Savage – no seat belt

Meghan Kristine Asbill – no seat belt

Amber Dawn Campbell – no seat belt

Michael Aaron Pierce – no seat belt

Zachary Broderick Parry – open container alcohol

John David Downs – no security verification

Cassidy James Cruse – speeding

Jimmy Dean Hummingbird – affixing improper license plate to vehicle, no driver’s license, no security verification, no seat belt

Michell Marie Soldier – speed not reasonable and proper

Guadalupe Cerda – no driver’s license

Charles Duane Dreadfulwater – no seat belt

Christie Renae Arnold – no driver’s license

Dustin Neal Pickup – speeding

Gary Allen Laster – no seat belt

Jason Alan Hall – no seat belt

Richard Wayne Fatherree – no seat belt

Betty Mae Capps – no seat belt

Della Mae Capps – no seat belt

Billy Dean Anson – no seat belt

Kristian Tyler Smith – no seat belt

Samara Dawn Leigh – no seat belt

Lakota Angue Clinton – no seat belt

Chance Aaron Taylor Voorhees – no seat belt, violation of license restriction

Arnulfo Castro-Castro – failure to require passenger under 13 to wear PFD

Jesus Munoz-Alcazer – operate vessel in no-wake area not reasonable and proper

Ryan Patrick Clark Keenom – no seat belt

Drew Dwayne Patton – no seat belt

Brandon Tyler Fountain – no seat belt

Rodney Tyler Fountain – no seat belt

Carol Sue Huffman – no seat belt

Forest Colton Rahe Wilson – no seat belt

Red Cloud Anquoe – no seat belt

Brittany Marie Hess – no seat belt, failure to register used vehicle within 30 days

Roderick Gil Favor – speed not reasonable and proper

Death Notices

SHANKLE, Amanda, 17. Hulbert High School student. Died July 2. Services 10 a.m., July 9, First Baptist Church, Hulbert. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BALLARD, Thomas Richardson, 45. Cookson heavy equipment operator. Died July 5. Services 2 p.m., July 9, Green Country Funeral Home Chapel, Tahlequah.

ANGEL, Leslie O’Dell, 54. Park Hill, self-employed. Died July 5. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

KING, Sarah Daphne, 81, Tahlequah homemaker. Died July 4. Services 11 a.m. July 9 at Blue Springs Cemetery. Hart Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BLAIR, Bill, 76, Tahlequah retired law enforcement officer. Died July 4. Services 10 a.m. July 9 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

NODINE, Walsie B., 91, Tahlequah sales clerk/cashier. Died July 5. Services 10 a.m. July 10 at Calvary Assembly of God in Tahlequah. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

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