Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

March 28, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Caleb F. Grazier et al to Caleb F. Grazier et al

Tom McElroy et ux to Bernard R. Hiatt

Jesus Landaverde et ux to Ma. Dolores Arrona

Light of Christ Community Church to Rickie L. Nichols et al

Misdemeanors

Johnny D. Coldwell – aggravated DUI, violation of driver’s license restrictions

Christopher Derrick Harris – possession of marijuana

Dylan Lee Ochs – public intoxication

Joshua Montgomery – threaten to perform act of violence, resisting an officer, public intoxication

Civils

Snake Creek Marina LLC vs. Abey Reynolds et al –breach of contract

Ronnie Howard vs. Thomas Paul Avery et al – foreclosure

Cach LLC vs. Darrell L. Byfield

In the matter of Armstrong Bank – application to vacate alleyway

Oklahoma Tax Commission vs. Clint Hatley et al – tax warrant

Small Claims

Janet McAlpine vs. Heath Puckett et al – entry and detainer

Garden Walk Apartments vs. Sheena Celice Gonzales – entry and detainer

Garden Walk Apartments vs. Crystal L. Riley – entry and detainer

Divorces

Billy Wayne Wright vs. Linda Rose Wright

Fire Runs

March 27

Tahlequah FD; 8:28 a.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Baker Road and S.H. 51

Tahlequah FD; 8:44 a.m. Bomb Threat. Cherokee County Courthouse

Death Notices

GWIN, Mike, 52, Tahlequah electrician. Died March 27. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

WHITWORTH, Yolanda “Beth,” 85, Tahlequah high school teacher. Died March 23. Services pending with Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SALLIS, Evelyn, 57, Fort Gibson certified nurses aide. Died March 26. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

LEWIS, Virginia Lee Wilson. Died March 26. Services March 29, First Presbyterian Church, Stillwater.

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