Tahlequah Daily Press

Crime & Courts

October 16, 2013

Daily Log

TAHLEQUAH — Court Report

Warranty Deeds

Chero Trust to Johnny M. Mathis

Betty Sly et al to Housing Authority

Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Joseph R. Caviness

Lloyd James Williams et al to Edward D. Bradley

Stanley R. Clemens et ux to Stanley R. Clemens trustee

Illinois River Ranch Property Owners to Tim Hammons et ux


Jay Don Alberty - two counts grand larceny

Robbie Lee Holmes - two counts assault and battery with a deadly weapon, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, escape from arrest or detention

Sheri Lavon Scott - domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor child

Trent Mitchell Mauldin - aggravated assault and battery

Trent Mitchell Mauldin - aggravated assault and battery

Scott Romine - possession of a controlled dangerous substance

Sarah Marie Mays - knowingly concealing stolen property

Billy Dean Anson - uttering a forged instrument

Danny Elliott - two counts domestic abuse - assault and battery, unauthorized use of a vehicle

Melanie Kay Davis - first degree robbery

James Glenn Kelley - first degree robbery


Kara Sue Lowery - obstructing an officer

Donald Patrick Yeager - conspiracy, larceny of merchandise from a retailer

Christy Faye Maher - domestic abuse - assault and battery

Dessie Marie Lang - public intoxication

Jacob Cleo Yandell - domestic abuse - assault and battery

Michlynn Dawn Engle - petit larceny

Caleb Eli Hammer - assault and battery, threatening to perform an act of violence

Jody Ray Richardson - aggravated DUI, driving under suspension, open container of alcohol

John Dustin Vannote - driving while impaired

Al Kelly Cole - DUI, no security verification

Constance Kaylynn Tyer - possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving under suspension

Nicolas Scott Avery - larceny of merchandise from a retailer

Samuel A. Reed Jr. - trespassing after being forbidden

Jonathan C. Franklin - aggravated assault and battery

Jack Condon - domestic abuse - assault and battery

Dustin Logan Trimble - malicious injury to property

Constance Kaylynn Tyer - obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretense

Thomas Howard Monroe - failure or neglect to compel a child to attend school

Shanna Rachelle Isbell - obstructing an officer

Markie Deedia Asbill - assault and battery, disturbing the peace

Trent Mitchell Mauldin - domestic abuse - assault and battery

Jeffery Allen Fisher - violation of protective order


Douglas Keith White v. David Theron Howard

Davis Oil, Inc. v. Meredith Fraily

JP Morgan Chase Bank v. Ortega Josefa Salazar, foreclosure

JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. v. Tiffany Maher, foreclosure

Portfolio Recovery Assoc. v. Chelse M. Day

Protective Orders

Debra Jean Laporte v. Daniel Vann Laporte

Lauren Beth Havens v. Peter J. Correa

Small Claims

Dixie Finance v. Gwendolyn Tracy Reagan

Watts Rental v. Steve Cockrum

Donald Duane Kempf v. Elizabeth Debolt


Amber Ann Rose v. Paul Davis Rose

Benjamin David Adair v. Marissa Nicole Adair


Robert Dakota Wood, 18, Hulbert, and Kayleigh Irene Jordan, 16, Hulbert

Spenser Eby Frye, 18, Okay, and Janet Marie Bowers, 18, Tahlequah

Michael Dale Holmes, 47, Bunch, and Cindy Lu McClure, 56, Bunch

Larry Gene Roberts, 65, Stilwell, and Cosetta June Ellis, 58, Stilwell

Andy Earl Snow, 34, Tahlequah, and Bobbie Jean Anderson, 49, Tahlequah

Fire Runs

Oct. 12

Tahlequah FD; 9:28 a.m. motor vehicle collision, Stick Ross Mountain Road

Tahlequah FD; 9:49 a.m. water leak, Atwood’s

Tahlequah FD; 12:28 p.m. smoke alarm, Tahlequah Terrace

Tahlequah FD; 1:55 p.m. vehicle fire, Fish’s Barbecue

Tahlequah FD; 9:02 p.m. illegal burn, Northside Court

Oct. 13

Tahlequah FD; 8:52 a.m. alarm, Wilson Hall

Tahlequah FD; 11:52 a.m. structure fire, Park Hill Road

Tahlequah FD; 6:04 p.m. structure fire, Larry Avenue

Tahlequah FD; 6:55 p.m. motor vehicle collision, Highway 82 and Oak Hill Circle

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