The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Court Clerk’s Office.
Billy Mack Spradlin
Cesar Romo, actual physical control
Paul Andrew Jordan, domestic assault and battery
Tina Louise Johnson, domestic assault and battery
Jerrod Michael Salyers, domestic assault and battery in presence of minor/child
Mysti Marie Hale, domestic assault and batter in presence of minor/child
Lynn Rilean Nill, driving under the influence - alcohol
Jill Lynn Fanning, driving under the influence - drugs
Richard Anthony Chumley, driving while impaired
Jimmy Wayne Fulton, petit larceny
Jamison Hair, possession of controlled substance, marijuana
Emilio Ramior Ostiguin, possession or selling of paraphernalia
Lucien Ray Bolin, public intoxication
Joel David Frazier, public intoxication
Jarrod J. Blackfox, public intoxication
Keith Dylan Russell, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon - AFCF
Misti Dawn Walker, distribution of controlled dangerous substance, including possession with intent to distribute
Robert Wayne Gay, distribution of controlled dangerous substance, including possession with intent to distribute
Angela Kay Gwin, distribution of controlled dangerous substance, including possession with intent to distribute
Steven Dwayne Vargas, failure to register as sex offender
Jesse Jackson Hogshooter, knowingly concealing stolen property
Jesse Wayne Howell, knowingly concealing stolen property
Janelle Annette Dubois, knowingly concealing stolen property
Jordon Lee Hendrickson, larceny of automobile
Nicholas Thell Berry, larceny of automobile
Paul Michael Watson, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance - AFCF
Brian Anthony Navratil, possession of controlled substance in presence of minor
Taj Margaret Navratil, possession of controlled substance in presence of minor
State Farm Mutual Auto Ins Co v Kathi Joanne Kerr Duncan, auto negligence
Jacobs Marsh LLC v Shelly Kelly, breach agreement/contract
Discover Bank v Linda Kay Back, breach agreement/contract
JP Morgan Chase Bank Natl Assoc v Darrell J. Sitsler, foreclosure
Bank of America N A v Crowin M. Vanderford, foreclosure
Bayview Loan Servicing LLC v Gregory A. Mitchell, foreclosure
Asset Acceptance LLC v Larry Sanders, indebtedness
Arvest Mortgage Company v Norma Jean Pressley, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Robert Longbine, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Bobby McNair, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Anthony Vermillion, indebtedness
Cherokee Nation Housing Servic v Stephanie Lynn Turner, forcible entry and detainer
Jessie Mills v Cody Wayne Ruddick, forcible entry and detainer
Covington Credit v Trent Green, money judgement
Continental Credit v Kerrie Manues, money judgement
Continental Credit v Cindy Adams, money judgement
Charles D. Murphy v Mitch Calvert, money judgement
Sherry Denner v Josh Daugherty, money judgement
Brian Lee Sitsler and Jennifer Leanne Pease
Patrick Lee McDaniel and Becky Rene Davis
Brandon Jay Kelley and Michelle Ann Turner
Baldemar Morales Acosta and Marina Eli Hernandez Alvarez
Steven Leroy Ward and Stephanie Lynn Ward
Loretta Lynn Curtis-Torres and James Marcello Torres
Greogry Scott Loving and Deanna A. Loving
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal court Clerk’s Office.
Kari Diane Witt, speeding in school zone, $171
Sarah L. Scribner, insurance or certificate required, $124
Sarah L. Scribner, operation on invalid license, $449
Douglas Ray Van Dam, speeding in school zone, $185
Lynzi Marie Morgan, 1-10 miles over, $69
Shanice Ann Chicken, drivers license - possession required, $199
Matthew Wayne Bilby, speeding in school zone, $183
Matthew Wayne Bilby, operation on invalid license, $449
Steven Perry Murry, property maintenance code, $149
Steve Murry, property maintenance code, $149
Radio logs are provided weekly by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office.
7:43 p.m., Advised of car near deer trails off Highway 82. Advised rear of car is in roadway.
8:11 p.m., Reporting person requests a welfare chaeck on husband’s parents. Advised they hadn’t been able to make contact with parents all day.
8:15 p.m., Reporting person reports several shots fired, unsure what they are shooting at and would like an officer to check it out.
8:30 p.m., Reporting person reported to Craig County and advised a small child approximately 9 or 10 years of age was sitting along the road and crying. Craig County advised they would start a deputy to the county line to look for this child.
9:24 p.m., Reporting person advised her husband had just choked her out. Advised husband’s name is Brad Johnson. Advised husband is currently in the living room. Reporting person is in bedroom at this time. Advised no children or weapons in the house.
12:19 a.m., Reporting person reports people fighting in a residential area. Advised everyone went back into the house quiet now.
2:59 a.m., Caller advised that her and her mother had gotten into it and she kicked her and her 2 year old outside and they are out in the cold. Caller Advised that it was not physical and that she didn’t know of any weapons in the house.
8:53 a.m., Reporting person reported neglected horse. Advised horse has lost about 300 pounds quickly. Person advised house is white with blue roof and sits on East side of the road. Advised horse is barely walking and looks like a skeleton.
10:35 a.m., MESTA called advising that they were needing assistance on possibly making entry into a trailer, MESTA advised that they wereo ut there yesterday and he refused to go to the hospital and now they are unable to make contact with him.
12:11 p.m., Reporting person called in and advised he just witnessed a pitbull attack another dog and the pitbull owner just called the pitbull back into the house and his siter went and told the owner of the hurt dog what had happened. He didn’t know what could be done just wanted it reported.
12:20 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that is father had just had a stock trailer stolen. Person advised they ust saw a gray single cab truck pulling stock trailer. Vehicle went north towards spavinaw. Person advised trailer is red/maroon with withe top.
1:29 p.m., Reporting person advised 10 to 12 year old driving dunebuggy in roadway. Person advised country drive off of Clark’s Lane. Advised that address of children is unknown but will be home with red vehicle in front.
4:16 p.m., Reporting person advised that his brother had just taken his car with out his permission. Advised he would like a deputy out there to make a report. Person advised brother was currently pulling into the driveway. Person called back and advised brother had just attacked him. Advised brother had put him in a choke hold. Advised brothers name is Greg Hamilton and he is 16 years old. Reporting person is 18 years old. Advised mother is currently at work. Mother was called and advised that she would take care of it and a deputy does not need to go out to the residence.
3:03 a.m., Clerk advised of possible signal 88 driver. Came into the Loves and was acting strange and had parked wrong. Clerk advised that he was a white male 30-40 years , thinning hair was wearing a black pea coat. Clerk advised he was drivng a silver color lexus.
4:19 a.m., Pryor PD called and requested to advise Chouteau Police to be on the look out for a siler dodge 3 quarter ton truck with a 10-28 of 771HKY. Pryor PD advised this vehicle was just involved in a shoplifting at walmart. Pryor PD advised if contact is made with vehicle to stop and hold.
4:26 a.m., Suspicious order. Caller advised that somewhere to the east of him he advised that there was a very pungent smell in the air as if somone was cooking meth. Caller advised that they have had trouble in Pensacola before with people cooking meth.
7:45 a.m., Reporting person called and advised that she believes someone is stealing her mail from her hiding place. She requested watch order after speaking with Seargeant Early.
8:01 a.m., Reporting person called and advised that someone broke into her vehicleand stole her GPS and prescriptions. Person did not want to file a report. Dispatch advised her to contact the sheriff’s office if she changed her mind.
8:12 a.m., Reporting person called and advised that his neighbor’s residence had been broken into. Advised that he spoke with homeowner who advised he would be back later this eek. Reporting person advised that a weapon had been stolen.
8:27 a.m., Walk-in advised that his neighbor’s cattle kept getting onto his and other neighbor’s property.
9:02 a.m., M9 advised the vehicle had been sitting in the driveway for the past few days.
9:27 a.m., Reporting person called and advised that he wanted to report his horse stolen. Advised that it has been missing for two days and that someone had to have let if off the leash or stolen it.
12:46 p.m., Caller requested to speak with Adair officer in in reference to her accident report. Advised that she already called the city all and they were unable to assist her.
12:49 p.m., Reporting person called and advised of a possible meth lab location. Person advised that it was towards three finger bay from Mission bend. Advised it was a 1/3 towards three finger bay, right hand side at the base of the hill there is a small cave.
1:06 p.m., GRDA dispatch called and advised that there was a vehicle that drove through the gate at the Langley Substation.
4:01 p.m., Reporting person advised subjects were on his property without permission. Advised subjects were attempting to steal some of personal property. Advised male subject took off on foot, last known direction of travel headed towards LG on the highway.
6:40 p.m., Reporting person advised that her son had possibly overmedicated himself. Advised that he was trashing his apartment. Person advised that subject could possibly be a danger to himself. Advised son is taking meds for back pain, mental problems, brain trauma, PTSD, ADHD and numerous others. Advised son has been taken to Wagoner before.
12:33 a.m., Caller advised that she had power of attorney over her sister that was in a nurshing home in Spavina. Caller was very concerned about her well being and said that the home was “unfit for a dog”. Caller advised that she didn’t know the name of the nursing home or its address. Caller asked to speak with a deputy.
3:55 p.m., Caller wished to remain anonymous. Reporting person advised male subject had punched female subject in the face. Reporting person advised she could hear them arguing inside at this time. Advised a white blazer would be out in front of trailer.
5:55 p.m., Walk-in requested to make a report in reference to a copper theft from one of his cell sites.