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Crimes and courts

October 6, 2012

Cases scheduled on sounding docket

Salina, OK — The preliminary hearing sounding docket was Sept. 27 in Mayes County District Court.

William James Backwater, 33, Locust Grove, will have his preliminary hearing Nov. 26. Backwater was charged in August with feloniously pointing a firearm, possession of firearm after previous conviction, carrying firearm while under the influence, obstructing an officer and public intoxication.

Michael Kevin Baker, 48, Afton, had his case continued to Nov. 8. Baker was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance in August.

Joseph Lance Berry, 28, Pryor, had his case continued to Nov. 26 for hearing. Berry was charged in July with lewd molestation, pornography procurement and distribution and possession of child pornography.

John Davison Bogle, 51, Vinita, had his case continued to Nov. 8. Bogle was charged in July with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance.

Bradley Dale Boyer, 23, Broken Arrow, waived his right to a preliminary hearing within 30 days. He will reappear in court on Nov. 21. Boyer was charged in August with knowingly concealing stolen property an obtaining signature under false pretenses.

John Paul Brewer, 79, Salina, will have his preliminary hearing on Dec. 3.

Brewer was charged in August with driving under the influence of alcohol after a former conviction, transporting an open container of beer and improper passing in a no passing zone. Brewer was charged in February with driving under the influence of alcohol. He will have a preliminary hearing in that case on Dec. 3 as well.

Kandi Ann Burke, 44, will have her preliminary hearing on Dec. 3.

Burke was charged in August with feloniously pointing a firearm in August.

Sara Kayleigh Burrows, 20, Locust Grove, had her case continued to Oct. 11. Burrows was charged in August with first degree burglary and assault with a dangerous weapon.

Cynthia D. Carroll, 38, Pryor, had her case continued to Nov. 8.

Carroll was charged in August with driving under the influence of drugs after former conviction, improper crossing of center dividing line.

Danny Ann Casey, 38, Salina, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will reappear in court on Oct. 17. Casey was charged in May with driving under the influence of alcohol after former conviction, transporting open container of beer, driving with license canceled or suspended, failure to carry insurance, not wearing a seat belt, and driving left of center.

Kurt Allen Cherry, 53, Pryor, had his case continued to Nov. 8. Cherry was charged in April with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute and endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance after previous conviction.

Johnny Stephen Clemmens, 37, Claremore, had his case continued to Dec. 20. Clemmens was charged in June with driving under the influence after former conviction, driving with suspended license and careless driving.

Justin Luke Daugherty, 30, Afton, did not have an attorney so he had his case continued to Oct. 11. Daugherty was charged in February with driving under the influence of alcohol.

Joe Matthew Estes (Safari Joe), 46, Adair, will have his preliminary hearing on Nov. 30. Estes was charged in August with  rape by instrumentation, two counts of lewd or indecent acts to a child under 16 and two counts of lewd molestation.

Pamela Elizabeth Goad, 44, Pryor, waived her right to a preliminary hearing and will enter a plea on Nov. 5. Goad was charged in July with taking/receiving stolen credit cards and forgery after former convictions.

Goad has a 2006 case of attempting to obtain a controlled drug by fraud and a 2010 case of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Cases are continued to Nov. 5.

Daniel Wayne Goforth, 33, Pryor, had his case continued to Dec. 3rd.

Goforth was charged in August with three counts of feloniously pointing a firearm and carrying a firearm under the influence of alcohol.

Henry David Gomes, 37, Locust Grove, waived his right to a preliminary hearing with in 30 days. He will reappear in court on Nov. 21. Gomes was charged in June with second degree burglary.

Jeffrey Todd Heathcott, 40, Pryor, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will reappear in court on Oct. 17. Heathcott was charged in November with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Isac Hernandez, 22, Tulsa, will have his preliminary hearing on Dec. 10. Hernandez was charged in April with kidnapping and shooting with intent to kill.

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