Katy Ballew, Pryor, is in custody of the Mayes County Jail on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, speeding and driving without a license.
Initial appearance was scheduled for Monday, March 11. Court records state, “defendant was too disruptive to be brought to court.” Her bond was set for $6,000. She appeared pro se via video conference, Tuesday. She was advised of her rights and the court ordered her case set on April 4 on the preliminary hearing sounding docket. Ballew is ordered released on a personal recognizance bond.
David George, Rose, is charged with distribution of controlled dangerous substance including possession with intent to distribute, driving without a drivers license and failure to pay all taxes due state. His case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket April 4. Court orders his bond set in the amount of $7,500. He will remain in the custody of the Mayes County Jail until bond is posted.
Patsy Bates, Pryor, is in custody of the Mayes County Jail as she is charged with obtaining controlled dangerous substance without prescription (fraud). The state suggested a bond of $10,000 and the defendant is ordered to reappear on the preliminary hearing sounding docket April 4 with an attorney.
Cody Hummingbird, Tahlequah, appeared before Judge Gore as he failed to complete 240 hours of court-ordered community service. He was charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance (marijuana), driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, driving under suspension, transporting an open container of beer and defective vehicle. Therefore, he is ordered to serve 60 days in the Mayes County Jail. His willful failure to pay hearing is set for May 8 and bond is set in the amount of $78,658.10.
Monty Adams appeared on the felony motion docket, March 13. He appeared for district court arraignment during which he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. His attorney reminded the court that he had requested admission for a drug court program, Feb. 13. This request was denied. His case was continued until April 4. In this case he is charged with endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance, two counts of possession of controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm while in commission of a felony all after former felony conviction.
Elizabeth Ann Asbill appeared for district court arraignment, March 13. She entered a plea of not guilty and waived her right to a jury trial. Her attorney requested a disposition date of May 2, at 9:30 a.m. Judge Terry Mcbride granted the date. Her motion to revoke will be continued to the same date.
Joseph Campbell was charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance in December 2012. He appeared on Judge Terry Mcbride's felony motion docket March 13. He entered a plea of not guilty. The state had previously offered a deferred sentence which they withdrew at this time. His case was continued to the felony motion docket April 10.
Lana Rennee Fulton appeared for district court arraignment March 13. She entered a plea of not guilty pursuant to a plea agreement with the state. Her attorney requested a plea date of May 2, which was granted. She also waived her right to a jury trial. Fulton was charged with possession of material with intent to manufacture, possession of controlled substance and possession or selling or paraphernalia in 2010.
Ronnie McDonald appeared in court for district court arraignment March 13. Mcdonald is charged with burglary in the second degree, larceny and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He entered a plea of not guilty pursuant to a plea agreement being made with the state. He was given a plea date of April 30 as he waived his right to a jury trial.
Vincent Kirby, of Pryor, is in custody of the Mayes County Jail on first degree rape charges. Kirby appeared before Judge Terry Mcbride March 13, on the felony motion docket. His attorney requested they pass his case to April 10 with the understanding that it will not be on the April jury docket.
Ryan Kammerzell, Rocky Kammerzell and Nicole Hobbs appeared as co-defendants on Judge Mcbride's felony motion docket. The three are each charged with possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana, possession of firearm while in commission of a felony, knowingly concealing stolen property and possession or selling of paraphernalia.