The Pryor Times

November 19, 2013

Docket full of DUIs

Staff Writer
Cydney Baron

PRYOR, OK — First to appear before Judge Rebecca Gore was Dusty Peck who is facing felony charges. Peck  was arrested by the Chouteau Police Department and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, transporting an open container of liquor and driving with a suspended license. Peck, Coweta, had his case continued to Dec. 19 and his bond set at $10,000.

Facing misdemeanor charges of driving while impaired, transporting an open container and driving with a suspended license is Claremore resident Joseph Dowdy Jr.

Dowdy entered a plea of not guilty, his case was continued to Feb. 21. and bond was set at $3,000.

 Garrett Bowman, Owasso, was ticketed by the Mayes County Sheriff's Office and Kevin Dyer, Disney, was ticketed by Oklahoma Highway Patrol for driving under the influence of alcohol. Both appeared in court having previously posted bond. Each pleaded not guilty and had their case continued to the jury sounding docket Feb. 21.

The district attorney filed charges against Melanie Chandler, Ketchum, and Brian Huckleby, Parkhill, for public intoxication. Both appeared in court Monday out of custody and each was ordered to pay $100 fines to court costs.

Travis Mathis, Pryor, joined the ranks of individuals appearing before Gore with DUI charges. He was arrested by the Mayes County Sheriff's Office. He appeared in the court room out of custody and the case was continued to Feb. 21.

Last to stand before Gore for arraignment was Dennis Giles, Pryor.  Like the others before him Giles previously posted a cash bond. Gore issued the cash bond forfeited to satisfy fines and court fees.

Under Oklahoma law, a blood alcohol content reading of .08 percent or more means the driver is intoxicated.

Oklahoma law stipulates that a misdemeanor count of public intoxication is punishable by fines up to $100 or jail time up to five days.

First to appear before Judge Rebecca Gore was Dusty Peck who is facing felony charges. Peck  was arrested by the Chouteau Police Department and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, transporting an open container of liquor and driving with a suspended license. Peck, Coweta, had his case continued to Dec. 19 and his bond set at $10,000.

Facing misdemeanor charges of driving while impaired, transporting an open container and driving with a suspended license is Claremore resident Joseph Dowdy Jr.

Dowdy entered a plea of not guilty, his case was continued to Feb. 21. and bond was set at $3,000.

 Garrett Bowman, Owasso, was ticketed by the Mayes County Sheriff's Office and Kevin Dyer, Disney, was ticketed by Oklahoma Highway Patrol for driving under the influence of alcohol. Both appeared in court having previously posted bond. Each pleaded not guilty and had their case continued to the jury sounding docket Feb. 21.

The district attorney filed charges against Melanie Chandler, Ketchum, and Brian Huckleby, Parkhill, for public intoxication. Both appeared in court Monday out of custody and each was ordered to pay $100 fines to court costs.

Travis Mathis, Pryor, joined the ranks of individuals appearing before Gore with DUI charges. He was arrested by the Mayes County Sheriff's Office. He appeared in the court room out of custody and the case was continued to Feb. 21.

Last to stand before Gore for arraignment was Dennis Giles, Pryor.  Like the others before him Giles previously posted a cash bond. Gore issued the cash bond forfeited to satisfy fines and court fees.

Under Oklahoma law, a blood alcohol content reading of .08 percent or more means the driver is intoxicated.

Oklahoma law stipulates that a misdemeanor count of public intoxication is punishable by fines up to $100 or jail time up to five days.