The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Court Clerk’s Office.
David Allen Walls, attempted burglary - 2nd degree
Jessica Ann Jump, driving under the influence - child endangerment
Ronald Dwight Hathcock III, eluding a police officer - AFCF
Craig Steven Pierce, endeavor to manufacture controlled dangerous substance
Robert Daniel Knott, endeavor to manufacture controlled dangerous substance - AFCF
Janelle Annette Dubois, knowingly concealing stolen property
Randall B. Sellman, lewd molestation
Mista A. Wallace, possession of CDS within 1,000 feet of school, park or presence of a minor
Randy L. Peckenpaugh, possession of CDS within 1,000 feet of school, park or presence of a minor
Nathan Lee Hanks, possession of CDS within 1,000 feet of school, park or presence of a minor
Anna Mariea Stevens, possession of controlled dangerous substance
David Allen Raindsek, possession of controlled dangerous substance
Ronald Lee Campbell, possession of controlled dangerous substance (AFCF)
Taran W. Jones, possessino of controlled drug with intent to distribute
Taylor Chayce Yeager, possession of stolen debit or credit card
Cy Lloyd Adams Adams, possession of stolen debit or credit card
Christopher Brandon Brown, unauthorized use of vehicle
Corez Laforest Wilson, unauthorized use of vehicle
Summer Jean Riddle, aiding/abetting or encouraging a minor to become deprived
Desmond Jacque Mayfield, Jr., assault and battery
Derecko Karay Marshall, assault and battery
Cody Thomas Smith, attempting to elude
Billy Gene Smoke, driving under the influence - alcohol
Jeffrey Lynn Mouse, driving under the influence - alcohol
Richard Henry Tilford, driving under the influence - alcohol
Justin Lee Hale, driving under the influene - alcohol
Goldie Ann Raleigh, obstructing officer
Alex Smethers, public intoxication
Patricia Jean Tate, sale of low point beer for consumption during prohibited hours
Brian Kenneth Harris, tampering with public utilities
Tina R. Harris, tampering with public utilities
Prairie Villiage Apts v Iva Lynn Seaton, forcible entry and detainer
F H Caskey v Pamela Campbell, forcible entry and detainer
Gardens at Pryor Creek v Lonnie Kester, forcible entry and detainer
Charles Lovelady and Tonya Moore, forcible entry and detainer
Robert Lee Rogers and Brittney Rene Rogers, replevin
JP Morgan Chase Bank NA v Michael L. Stealer, foreclosure
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Erica Watters, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Tiffany Pease, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Linda Willhite, indebtedness
Lawrence Authur Mills IV and Kaci Leigh Dempwolf, marriage license
Jerrod Heath Turner and Samantha Rene Johnson
Lila Chamberlain and Jim Flynn
Kelly Craig and Linda Garrett
Debra L. Coburn and Rose Smith
Jena Lea Foter and Carlo Foster
Frank Willsey Conner and Shelly Lynn Connor
Chad F. Cramer and Tisha M. Cramer
Delina Bennett and Robert G. Bennett, Jr.
Phillip A. Woods and Lisa M. Woods
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Thomas Joseph Engemann, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Michael Eugene Colvin, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Ralph Harvey Carter II, speeding over 10 mph, $81
Christopher McGarrah, driver’s license possession required, $199
Franklin I Aubert, speeding over 10 mph, $89
Caleb Thomas Downing, speeding in school zone, $173
Timothy Joseph Proctor, seatbelts, child restraints, $25
Wesley Eugene Marston, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Kerrie Dawn Manues, time and attention required, $149
Jared Wayne Jordan, depositing trash, $149
Daniel Joseph Gifford, trespass prohibited, $99
Donald Ray Freise, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Christopher Gene Phillips, possession of paraphernalia, $549
Brittany Rane Bridges, changing lanes, $149
Candido Santacruz-Rivera, driver’s license-possession required, $199
Clifford Wayne Yost, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Nathan Wade Smith, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Erick Leon Shive, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Mathina Marie Sellars, speeding over 10 mph, $81
Michael Don Meffod, speeding over 10 mph, $89
Daniel George Hreha, Jr., failure to obey traffic control device, $124
William Walter Parmain, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Steely Ray Still, speeding 1-10 miles over, $93
Tomas Simon, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Tomas Simon, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
James David Cunningham, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Kristine Sue Eddy, speeding over 10 mph, $97
Brian Barney Graham, speeding over 10 mph, $81
Michael Jay Ketcher, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Jonathan Charles Duncomb, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Jervis Albert Welsh, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
Tommy Monroe Orr, Jr., petit larceny, $549
Jessica Nicole Berry, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Beverley Beatty Moore, speeding in school zone, $177
Janice A. Suprise, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
The following warranty deeds were 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.
Lila Chamberlain, sold to Robin B. and and Dani M. Payne, S25 T20N R21E, $19.50
Willard G. and Shirley A. Treat, sold to Cary and Claudia Watosn Treat, S17 T22N R19E
Thomas and Lovetta Phipps, sold to Janice L. Phipps and Jeri L. Kirtley, Chouteau B27 PT L7, $37.50
Patricia A. Johnson, sold to Patricia A. and Donald G. Johnson, S30 T21N R19E
Anna B. Martin, sold to Sanna B. Martin, Sherry Ann Rosson, Cecilia E. Garner, Chouteau Hills B69 PT W/2
Gene D. and Vickie L. Shelton, sold to Vickie L. Shelton, S20 T19E R19E
Dece M. Bates, sold to Dece M. Bates, Lewis Wade and Celeste Coverdell, S4 T19E R20E
Calvin E. and Linda S. Coverdell, sold to Dale A. and Raydeen McFarland, S28 T22N R19E, $45
Gerald O. and Joni L. Gates, sold to Gearald O. and Joni L. Gates, Gages Maple Rest 2ND L3,4
Timothy A. and Crystal R. Thomas, sold to Terry Randell and Becky Jo Burns, S16 T21N R19E, $127.50
Jean and Stuart Nelson, sold to Diane Meredith, Knight B4 L13
Frank and Margaret Lee Teter Spence, sold to Carl K. and Teresa G. Green, S19 T23N R18E, $15
Jennifer and Jason G. Henson, sold to James Griffin, S2 T19N R20E, $2.25
Connie Sue Theys, sold to Richard Allen and Trudell Jane Unruh, S35 T23N R20E, $249
Jeanne and Clyde Squirrel, Gary and David Anderson and Brian and Kelli Johnson, sold to David Anderson, Carlton B3 L4-6
County radio logs are supplied by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office.
9:21 p.m., Reporting person advised that her 13-year-old son attacked her and her daughter. Requested officer to come to her ouse. Advised medical is not needed and advised son has a medical condition and is refusing to control himself.
10:50 p.m., Reporting person called in and advised she spoke with her mother and heard her father in the yelling and screaming. Person advised that mother told her father was drunk and advised verbal and could possibly be physical.
2:26 a.m., Reporting person advised of subject ringing her doorbell. Advised she could still hear vehicle outside. Advised vehicle was currently facing North.
5:33 a.m., Reporting person advised an individual had locker her keys in her car.
6:45 a.m., Vinita transferred 911. Reporting person advised that his daughter is at residence causing problems. Advised he does not have number that he can be called out. Advised that there would be a gray pickup in the driveway and the residence is gray or blue in color.
9:53 a.m., Disobedient child, call came in from LGPD. Spoke with Reporting person on the phone and he advised he just wanted an officer to speak with his child.
11:32 a.m., Reporting person advised protective order in effect and defendant still insists on driving by her house and sending her emails as well as sending her friends emails.
12:48 p.m., Reporting person advised had our deputies out for other reasons. Advised two dogs with less than a foot of leash haven’t been watered or fed since Sunday.
3:59 p.m., Male waking down Saltwell south towards main streeting pulling his pants down trying to moon cars as they pass by, wearing brown shirt and sweat pants.
4:43 p.m., Reporting person advised stolen truck that was recovered in a pasture was stlen before they had a chance to pick up. White 2004 GMC Sierra. Advised that there will be no one to speak to after 5 p.m. and that a deputy could call back tomorrow.
5:50 p.m., Reporting person advised four horses were in roadway. Person was able to put three of them inside their pasture and one ran off. Advised origin of horses is unknown. Person called back and advised their horse was upset with horses being there.
6:06 p.m., Reporting person advised child did not get off school bus from Salina Public Schools. Person unsure of what child is wearing.
9:18 a.m., City Clerk of Adair called and advised that there was a female there who needed to speak with a deputy in reference to her parents taking her child and not giving him back.
9:46 a.m., Reporting person with Adair City Hall called back and advised that the female that was just there left in a blue Trailblazer with Texas Tag towards Langley. Advised the female stated that she was going to her parent’s residence to assault them both with a baseball bat.
9:56 a.m., Reporting person called an advised that there were two dogs behind his residence that were being neglected.
2:01 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that there were horses on the property that looked like they were not being fed and watered. Advised that they were on the same property as a two story white house.
3:03 p.m., Reporting person called and reported that her medication had been stolen a few days prior.
3:09 p.m., Reporting person requested welfare check on a pickup that is at JD’s Auto Salvage. Advised that the driver is going around taking people’s metal without owner’s permission.
3:37 p.m., Reporting person advised kids at school calling names and throwing things at other children.