The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes county Court Clerk’s Office.
Amber Lucille Lyman, breaking and entering
Leland Eugene Vickers, domestic assault and batter in presence of minor/child
Chance Ward Route, driving under the influence - alcohol
Timothy Scott Dean, driving while impaired
Rachel Lynne Schroeder, municipal appeal
Byron Michael Jacobsen, possession of controlled substance (marijuana)
Elizabeth Paige Otoole, possession or selling of paraphernalia
Terry Lynn Ross, public intoxication
Elizabeth Denise Wilson, public intoxication
Joseph Mathew Hough, aggravated assault and battery
Charles Mattew Blakley III, falsely personate another to create liability
Kandi Jarene Parks, furnishing alcoholic beverage to person under 21
Clint Kyle Sutton, grand larceny
Jeremy Don Scott, knowingly concealing stolen property
Devon Michael Jones, knowingly concealing stolen property
Cassie Lynn Jones, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance
Joshua Allen Brandon Page, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance
Randall Scott Grubbs, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance
John Martin Stith, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance - AFCF
Jack Manuel Henson and Linda Jean Henson
Shane Keith Dollarhide and Lisa Gale Alexander
Scott Dean Matheson and Misty Kay Edwards
Joshua Floyd Cortese and Cassandra Renee Walker
Anthony Daniel Garner and Melissa Dawn Holden
Tonya Marie Conn and Ronald Alvin Conn, Jr.
Irma Marie Venable and James Leroy Venable
Mortgage Clearing Corporation v Christy T. Clark, forclosure lien
Bank of America N A v John W. Sullivan, foreclosure
JP Morgan Chase Bank NA v Duane Bark, foreclosure
Asset Acceptance LLC v Mohamed E. Boudhhir, indebtedness
Asset Acceptance LLC v Barbara Burnham, indebtedness
Asset Acceptance LLC v Chatherine I Martin, indebtedness
Atlantic Credit and Finance INC v Karen Maggard, indebtedness
Capital One Bank v Charles E. Foster, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Miriam Jones, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Terry Stanart, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Earl Jones, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Carl Walden, Jr., indebtedness
Citibank N A v Cathy Misiak, indebtedness
GE Capital Retail Bank v Odis Butler, indebtedness
Capital One Bank (USA) N A v Connie J. Dawson, indebtedness
Atlantic Credit and Finance v Karen Maggard, indebtedness
GE Money Bank v Stanley Dawson, indebtedness
Mike Smith v Megan Baker, forcible entry and detainer
Minnie Kay Nix v Loretta Lynn Williams, forcible entry and detainer
Cash Security INC v Ashley N. Thompson, money judgement
Cash Security INC v Amanda E. Golden, money judgement
Cash Security INC v Joshua Pierce, money judgement
Cash Security INC v Stacy Jentz, money judgement
Cash Security INC v Jeremiah L. Folmar, money judgement
Cash Security INC v Steven H. Lindsey, money judgement
Pryor Lumber CO v Dons Drywall, money judgement
Stephen Hutton v Gerald Locke, money judgement
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Clayton Glenn Patterson, operation on invalid license, $449
Clayton Glenn Patterson, speeding over 10 mph, $85
Stephen Cody Fleming, public intoxication, $174
Joseph Wayne Collins, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Joseph Donald Shafer, speeding in school zone, $173
Joseph Donald Shafer, operation on invalid license, $449
Colt Lee Kelley, school zone, $187
The following warranty deeds are filed in the Mayes County Clerk’s Office.
Property owners are assessed a document fee of $1,50 per $1,000 of the purchase price.
James Rober and Paula Joy Hendrickson, sold to Steven D. nd Donna L. Bary, S34 T23N R18E, $150
Charles R. and Dorothy L. Reed, sold to Amanda Lawrence, Kern L10, $90
Amanda Lawrence, sold to Charles R. Reed, Kern L10/ J.M. Downing B3 L18-20, $60,000
Mary Sandlin, sold to Frank J. and Elva G. Bettine, Lake Shore Dr B8 L5-9/ S22 T22n R21E, $37.50
Evan G. and Whitney L. Jones, sold to Donald A. Gary, Twin Creeks B1 L810
James R. and Reta Gay Ogden, sold to Terry D. Walters, Flood B1 PT L4,5, $150
Donald A. Gray, sold to Evan G. and Whitney L. Jones, Twin Creeks B1 L810
Scott A. Fudge, sold to Shannon Fudge, Romine B1 L8
Nancy Neal sold to Gloria Murray, Indian Springs EST B4 L10-12
Grace Fuchs, sold to Harold D. Russell, S19 T22N R21E
Darryl and Julie Christner, sold to Robert M. Zinke, Eagles Roost B1 L29, $765
Nathan Raith and Karen Raith (FKA Hershberger) sold to Kevin D. Brewer, Locust Grove B30 L16-19, $112.50
Darrell Junior and Vanessa Hunter Sitsler, sold to Kathy M. Scroggins, S20 T21N R21E
Darrell Junior and Vanessa Hunter Sitsler, sold to Judith K. Loving, S20 T21N R21E
Tony L. Brixey, sold to Teresa L. Brixey, S15 T23N R20E
Merle M. Carpenter, sold to John C. Wilkerson, Jr., S17 T22N R18E, $9
Judith A. Washam, sold to Kelly L. Daugherty, Chouteau B33 L4
Brittany Salyers, sold to Lonnie Dale Salyers II, S14 T21N R20E
Tom C. and Julie M. McCormack, sold to Everett L. Keaton, S7 T21N R19E
Marcia L. Brown, sold to Bryan D. and Karen L. Greer, Chouteau Hills B45 PT E/2, $190.50
Patsy J. and Garry L. Wilson and Patsy J. Schooley (FKA), sold to Charlotte J. and Joe E. Stutzman, S30 T20N R18E, $9
Connie Jo Whitten, sold to David L. and Jenny L. Crawford, S10 T21N R21E, $15
Paul Arthur and Susan Lee Dahlin, sold to Pamela Joann and Daniel Ray Lloyd, Craig Coves B1 L4/B5 L28, $150
Robyn Porter, sold to John Porter, S4 T23N R21E
John L., Constance E. and Lisa Anne Shasteen, sold to Ernest J. and Gaila N. Chupp, Couteau B25 L1-6, $373.50
County Radio Logs
The following radio logs are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office.
These logs range from Jan. 6 to Jan.7
8:57 p.m., Advised have a vicious dog has people pinned in their yard, advised they might have to shoot it.
10:11 p.m., Reporting person advised that there was a red truck with extended cab with plastic in back window driving very slowly with flashers on.
11:42 p.m., Reporting person reports someone took stuff out of his truck and would like to talk with an officer.
12:24 a.m., Caller advised that her neighbors were having a domestic and dispatch could hear them in the background. Caller advised that they woker her children. Caller advised of a vehicle that was out front that was started and the headlights had been on. Caller advised that someone had turned the headlights off and was standing by it. Second caller advised that he requested his roommates to leave and they refused to and wrecked his entertainment unit.
8:50 a.m., OHP called and advised a white dump truck traveling 85 to 90 MPH needed to be stopped by Chouteau unit. Advised the truck is spraying cars with fluid imparing other drivers visibility.
12:32 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that there was a dog at large that killed on of her animals. Reporting person wanted to know what could be done about the situation, dispatch advised her that a deputy would call her and tell her the options.
1:47 p.m., Per Pryor Police Department need to advise Chouteau of dark colored suburban coming in their direction. Advised Chouteau that passengers inside just involved in fight at EZMart.
2:26 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that her son, Turner, was on her property and was not supposed to be. Reporting person required officer to go out to the residence.
3:35 p.m., Reporting person advised of cattle out. Advised subject is going to be a Cody Ruddick. Advised subject’s cattle have been out six times. Advised about 25 head of cattle were out.
4:31 p.m., Reporting person advised of two juvenile boys riding fourwheelers and tearing up reporting person’s yard. Advised it was the Maxwell boys and advised the juveniles know his property is marked for no trespassing and juveniles continue to trespass.
4:45 p.m., Reporting person advised some subject had vandalized his trailer. Advised he needed to speak with a deputy.
5:41 p.m., Reporting person advised of a male subject standing underneath the L at the Langley Water Tower near speedys. MESTA later advised subject was currently sitting on top of the water tower.
7:16 p.m., Advised of a fridge in the roadway. Advised fridge was on highway 82, south of Anderson Road.
7:35 p.m., Reporting person reports stop sign missing at the intersection. She state the stop sign was leaned up on the mailbox belonging to Whiteneck. County Commissioner Yoder was contacted and stated he would get someone out to fix the sign.
7:40 p.m., Reporting person advised of a car off in ditch. Advised the driver is possibly intoxicated. Advised the the vehicle is west of the laudromat about 200 feet. Advised subject is currently walking east on the south side of the roadway. Advised vehicle does have Ark. plates.
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