The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes county Court Clerk’s Office.
Darrell Wayne Rock, actual physical control
Jasper Leon Russell, contributing to the delinquency of a minor
Colby James Hemphill, driving under the influence - alcohol
Chad Falling, driving under the influence - alcohol
Anthony George Rumore, driving under the influence - alcohol
Preston M. Langston, leaving the scene of an accident - damage fixture on hwy
Sean Garrison Smith, obtaining merchandise by bogus check
Bobby Joe Englebright, obtaining merchandise by bogus check
Christopher Lee Baldwin, obtaining merchandise by bogus check
Melissa Anne Furnas, possession of controlled substance (marijuana)
Rudy K. Rice, possession of controlled substance (marijuana)
Rory Paul Kammerzell, attempting to obtain money by fraud/false pretense AFCF
Johnny Roy Morrison, Jr., burglary - 1st degree
Michael J. Kemp, Jr., child abuse by injury
Justin Jay McGirt, domestic assault and battery by strangulation or attempted
Barry Wayne Brautigan, failure to notify law enforcement of change of address - AFCF
Herbert Alvin Herron, failure to register as sex offender - AFCF
Floyd Allan Moore, failure to register as sex offender - AFCF
Trenton Eugene Grass, failure to register as sex offender - AFCF
Jason Mark Odle, feloniously pointing firearm
Troy Howard Keeney, obtaining CDS by forged or altered prescription
Ashley Ann Harvey, possession of CDS without prescription
Shelter Mutual Insurance Co v Terry Lee Thornton, auto negligence
Shelter Mutual Insurance Co v Frank Hitchcock, auto negligence
Vern Beisly v Larry Kester, foreclosure
PHH Mortgange Corp FKA DBA v Amy B. Silas, foreclosure
Wells Fargo Bank NA v Cindy S. West, foreclosure
First Horizon Home Loans v Michael W. Bilby, foreclosure
JP Morgan Chase Bank NA v Isaac Daugherty, foreclosure
Midland Funding LLC v Elizabeth Harpster, indebtedness
Discover Bank v Randly L. Buck, indebtedness
Portfolio Recovery Assoc LLC v James Rogers, indebtedness
Tulsa Federal Credit Union v Steven L. Tackett, replevin
Baptist Healthcare OK INC DBA v Chistophe Runion, suit on account
Gardens at Pryor Creek v Kela Greogry, forcible entry and detainer
Gardens at Pryor Creek v Robin Rogers, forcible entry and detainer
Gardens at Pryor Creek v Misty Miller, forcible entry and detainer
Gardens at Pryor Creek v Lonnie Kester, forcible entry and detainer
Green Country OK LLC v Johnny Ferrell, forcible entry and detainer
Green Country OK LLC v Colene Yardly, forcible entry and detainer
Chouteau Village Apt v Brittany Bridges, forcible entry and detainer
State of Oklahoma Ex Rel v Charles D. Crook, Jr., money judgement
Stephens Memorial Chapel v Dale Moore, money judgement
Midwestern Loans v Victor Veloquio, money judgement
Damien Scott Lee and Jacqueline Marie Ballou
Christopher W. Wendt and Jessica Oneita Seabolt
Calvin James Stafford nd Ashley Marie Guynn
Floyd Nathan Shirley and Tina Marie Davis
Gary DeWayne Ridenour and Rebecca Ann Brungardt
Ryan V. Thompson and Michiyo Hatanaka Thompson
Robert Richard Dardenne and Mindi Renee Dardenne
Jacob Thomas Hopper and Lacricia Hopper
Betty R. Brautigan Talbot and Carl D. Talbot
Wendy Loren Harris and Brent Ross Harris
Sumathy Foreman and Jess Foreman
Susan D. Sturgis and Donald P. Sturgis
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Jose Alfred Rodriguez, Jr., speeding over 10 mph, $81
Marcus James Soukup, drivers license - possession required, $199
Christopher Rotenberry, failure to appear, $209
Nathan J. Sanders, public intoxication, $174
Vincent Oaks Cox, speeding over 10 mph, $117
John Phillip Gann, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
Rusty Don Eichelberger, state vehicle license, $124
Justin Leroy Stith, speeding over 10 mph, $85
Joshua Levi Ingle, turning movements/signals, $99
Johnathon Mark Oakley, speeding over 10 mph, $93
Freda F. Poe, speeding over 10 mph, $101
Ricky K. Harden, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Judith Lin Simmons, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Jeffrey C. Johnson, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Matthew R. Blase, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Mary Ruth George, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Susan Kay Rice, state vehicle license, $124
Katrena Luzene Williams, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Shelly Elizabeth Lara, drivers license - possession required, $199
Johnny L. Copeland, improper left turn, $49
Johnny Lee Copeland, TOC, $49
Robert Keith Conley, speeding over 1-10 mph, $93
Daniel Ray Craine, speeding over 1-10 mph, $69
Clyde Ray Mickle III, seatbelts, child restraints, $25
Michael Louie Self, speeding over 10 mph, $97
Michael Jeffery Alan Smith, entering highway, $149
Nolan Jacob McCarter, petit larceny, $549
Nolan Jacob McCarter, public intoxication, $174
Michael Andrew Orman, failure to appear, $209
Todd Allen Rempe, illegal u-turn, $204
Shannon Lee Wise, dog running at large, $199
Elizabeth Marie Hutchins, dog running at large, $199
Elizabeth Marie Hutchins, dog registration; fee, tag required, $99
Eleno Maldonado, Jr., public intoxication, $174
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.
Doyle R., Particia L., Jason R., and Jennifer L. Bailey, sold to Clay and Stacy Saffell, S20 T20N R20E, $48
Clay and Stacy Saffell, sold to Steve and Janice Riff, S20 T20N R20E, $32,000
Ami, Ame (AKA) and Shae Buford, sold to Holly Buford, S32 T23N R21E
Troy and Tammy Merrill, sold to Derek C. and Erin B. Kuehni, S6 T21N R18E, $63
Benjamin R. and Margaret E. Sherrer, sold to Robert Benjamin and Margaret E. Sherrer, Chouteau B18 L1 PT L2
James Harrison and Theresa Combs, sold to James Harrison and Theresa Combs, S5 T21N R20E
Josef Lee and Melody Schmidt, sold to Rachelle Williams, Cherokee Est. 2nd B4 L3, $202.50
Traci Rabbit, Dwight Stone and Karen E. Rabbit, sold to Traci Rabbit, Dwight Stone, Karen E. Rabbit and Stephen Proctor, Beverly HTS B4 L11 PT L10
Traci Rabbit, Dwight Stone, and Karen E. Rabbit, sold to Traci Rabbit and Dwight Stone, Landrum B60 PT L4 & ST
Michael E. Smith and Leah Sellers, Pleasant Acres B1 L4, $182.25
Deanna Fisher, sold to Stanley and Karen Rose, S33 T19N R20E, $17.25
Wanda O. and Ronald D. Young, sold to Wanda O. and Ronald D. Young and Mollee R. Schaller, S4 T21N R21E
Ronnie Edwin Green, sold to Jerry Ray Green, Grand River Dam HTS B3 L16-19
Earl Walter Gand, Jr., and Glenda Kay Gand, sold to Jerry Ray Green, Grand River Dam HTS B3 L16-19
Phyllis Irene and Larry Wayne Green, Jerry Ray Green, Grand River Dam HTS B3 L16-19
Patrick and Carisa R. Cole Fanning, sold to Teddy H. Salmon, S13 T19N R20E, $210
Robert A. and Rebecca Jo Mozingo, sold to Martha L. Duvall, S15 T21N R18E, $300
Nancy Fanning, sold to Gerald R. Brown, Sr. and Iva C. Brown, Salina B20 L5-8, $22.50
Stanley Eugene and Rosemary Spence, sold to Stanley Eugene Spence II and Shyla Spence, Disney B11 L1-7
John William Robinson II and Glenda Ann Resh Robinson, S18 T19N R18E
Ruth and Francis Willis, sold to Matthew Jay and Leisha Renner, S15 T22N R19E, $397.50
Radio logs are supplied by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office.
10:24 p.m., Reporting person stated he had been struck in the mouth but did not want to file a report tonight, he would wait until morning to file the report but he would take picutres of his injuries.
10:38 p.m., Reporting person reports someone is at her door that is not supposed to be there.
10:48 p.m., Reporting person reports a silver honda accord driving around in the neighborhood.
2:15 a.m., Advised car is off the roadway by Midamerica on Highway 69. Pryor PD called and advised a lady fell asleep and ran off roady. People picked her up and she will pick up tomorrow.
8:27 a.m., Reporting person called and advised of fight in progress.
9:30 a.m., Reporting person requested deputy. Advised that it looks as if someone shot one of his cattle in the face.
10:45 a.m., Caller requested to speak with an officer in reference to his ex-wife leaving a gray 2006 PT Cruiser in the parking lot. Advised that she was court ordered to return.
11:30 a.m., Reporting person called and advised that there was someone at the residence trying to urt her. Advised the male subject pushed her, so she pushed him back and male subject was laying on the ground. Both parties refused medical.
1:16 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that his roommate moved out a few days ago and took reporting person’s property with him.
1:38 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that there were several dogs and a cat that had been abandoned.
1:54 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that her 12-year-old grandson was assaulted. Advised that he was outside shooting his bb gun when a teenager came up behind him and struck him. Person advised that juvenile had a welp and scratch on his chin and his ribs were red and a loose tooth. Suspect was wearing black skinny pants, southpole shirt, a leather jacket and a flat bill hat.
3:22 p.m., Reporting person advised needed Salina PD to call her back, advised high school took her son’s phone and is refusing to return it.
3:59 p.m., Reporting person called advised they had $600 stolen.
4:41 p.m., Reporting person called and advised she found missing horse in road and wanted to make sure deputies knew they were recovering her horse. Advised horse was in road in front of last residence at the end of Slaughterhouse Road.
5:24 p.m., Reporting person called and advised neighbor has unattended fire going and burn ban is in effect.
5:30 p.m., Reporting person called and advised her landlord nailed her back door shut, denying her access to her schooter. Person called back wanting to know what had happened and why her back door was still nailed shut. Dispatch advised person that the landlord has every intention of repairing the door as soon as he can and she would have to exit out of her front door. Person, upset, said that was her only way to her ramp. Dispatch advised that landlord confirmed clear exit out front and she said okay before hanging up on dispatch.
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