Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

May 8, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Sandy McDowell Trust to John G. Norton et ux

Dustin Scott et ux to Justin Mark Buford et ux

Helen J. Chapman POA to Jeffery Hudgens

John R. B aker et ux to United Keetoowah Band

Felonies

Erik Samuel Claphan – robbery first degree

Leon Eric Howard – robberty first degree, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, feloniously pointing a firearm, possession of a firearm after felony conviction

Jesus Cerda – soliciting for murder first degree

Misdemeanors

Dale Eastwood – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Rosie Carter – failure or neglect to compel child to attend school

Fletcher Ordean – public intoxication

Jerry Dee Hughes – possession of a controlled dangerous substance

Dena Lareva Dobbs – eluding/attempting to elude police officer, possession of a controlled dangerous substance

Civils

Margaret Ann Kellogg-Wade vs. Mitchell Dan Hodges – replevin

Citibank N.A. vs. Timothy Paden

Small Claims

Tim K. Baker & Associates vs. Ryan McMurtrey

Tim K. Baker & Associates vs. Jody Powell

Tahlequah Lumber Co. vs. Pinnacle V. Properties et al

Tahlequah Lumber Co. vs. Universal Builders et al

Tahlequah Lumber Co. vs. Lawrence C. Green

Marriages

Benjamin Arthur Copeland, 36, Locust Grove, to Nancy Ann Sanchez, 40, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

May 6

Tahlequah FD; 7:54 p.m. Motor Vehicle Collision. Crafton and the bypass

May 7

Tahlequah FD; 4 a.m. Fire Alarm. Redmen Apartments

Death Notices

HOLLOWAY, Joan A (Steinmeyer), 82, Park Hill homemaker. Died May 6. Services 2 p.m. May 9 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

BURNETT, Oliver Dawson, 84, Tahlequah Public Works Authority employee. Died May 7. Services pending with Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

SISCO, Clifton Wayne, 75, Stilwell truck driver. Died May 6. Services 2 p.m. May 9 at Hart Funeral Home Chapel, Stilwell.

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