Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

September 25, 2012

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Maxine Chuculate et vir to Billy D. Ellis et al

Michelle Renee Hamm et vir to Heath L. Dismang et ux

JPMorgan Chase Bank vs. Delfine C. Andrade

Elizabeth Frances Shade vs. Ralph Underhill et al

Felonies

Misty Lynn Donaubauer – two or more bogus checks together over felony limit $500

Rolland E. McChristian Jr. – knowingly concealing stolen property

Misdemeanors

Johnny French  – domestic abuse-assault and battery

Elaine Victoria Lherault – possession of controlled dangerous substance

Christopher Caplena – assault and battery 2 cts., public intoxication

Chailo Jay Deluna – DUI

Rocky Chippewa – actual physical control

Protective Orders

Sarah Jane Rodgers et al vs. Zane Franklin Rodgers II

Jennifer Gay Jones vs. Aaron Dale Craiger

Lionel Biggers vs. Kenneth Lee Harris Sr. et al

Divorces

Rachele Dawn Fontenot vs. Edwin Chase Fontenot

Marriages

Joshua Antonio Johnson, 18, Tahlequah, to Kaysley Ann Kinkead, 19, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Sept. 22

Lowrey VFD; 2:26 p.m. Emergency Call. 6,000 block North 520 Road

Tahlequah FD; 4 p.m. Grass Fire. 450 Road and 810 Road

Sept. 24

Tahlequah FD; 12:50 p.m. Smoke Investigation. NSU University Center

Death Notices

MULLINS, Betty Louise, 75, Hulbert cardiac monitor technician. Died Sept. 23. Services 10 a.m. Sept. 26 at First Baptist Church in Hulbert. Green Country Funeral Home, Tahlequah.

DECKARD, Luther “James” Jr., 68, Stilwell construction worker. Died Sept. 19. Services 2 p.m. Sept. 25 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home Chapel, Tahlequah.

WALKER-COURTNEY, Emma “Eustie,” 75, Hulbert High School custodial worker. Died Sept. 20. Services 2 p.m. Sept. 26 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home Chapel, Tahlequah.

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