The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Court Clerk’s Office.
Geoffrey Don Kinion, arson - 3rd degree
Julie Renea Dilldine, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon
Zachary Lee Dilldine, assault with a dangerous weapon
Ronnie Garrett, attempted rape
Joshua Cary Jacobsen, attempting to elude
John Sherrod Bullock, burglary - 1st degree - AFCF
Garry Garrett, child abuse by injury
Hellen Mzhickteno, child endangerment
Ezekiel Thomas Mennecke, endeavor to manufacture contolled dangerous substance
Walter L. Oppermann, feloniously pointing a firearm
Taylor Scott Littlefield, possession of CDS with intent to distribute
Jacob Michael Long, possession of contraband in jail - AFCF
Daniel Ray Hauenstein, Jr., possession of controlled dangerous substance
Kevin Allen Dale, possession of controlled dangerous substance - AFCF
Matthew Cody Hee Joon Paris, possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute
Harley Lea Tillerson, driving under the influence - under 21
Mary Jo Lansaw, public intoxication
Brian Eugene Handle, public intoxication
Discover Bank v Paula Backwater, breach agreement/contract
Progressive Car Finance v Wesley Yeoman, breach of contract
JP Morgan Chase Bank Natl Assoc v Robert W. Jones, foreclosure
Bank of America Natl Assoc v James B. Rand, foreclosure
US Bank Natl As Trustee v Timothy S. Joyner, foreclosure
JP Morgan Chase Bank Natl Assoc v Wesley Wolfe, foreclosure
Velocity Investments v Roberta P. Sainsbury, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Ismael Lule, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Michael Hedges, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Edward Dent, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Larry D. Harvey, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Cory Nicholas, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Louise A. Hitchcock, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v David James Shaulis, indebtedness
Or-Tech Suspensions v Bamo Land LLC DBA, indebtedness
First Premier Bank v Gene L. Johnson, replevin
David J. Harris v Cindy Cooper, replevin
Arthur Todd Merrill v Mary C. Misiak, forcible entry and detainer
Laurie J. Walters v Eric Roberts, forcible entry and detainer
Joy Michaes v Stacy Bayless, forcible entry and detainer
Glen E. Woods, Jr. v Nicholle Brewer, forcible entry and detainer
Covington Credit v Sally Cantey, money judgement
Covington Credit v Lori Chalakee, money judgement
Hamill Equipment INC DBA v Preferred Waste, money judgement
Hamill Equipment INC DBA v Doug Kerns DBA, money judgement
Paul Lamansky v Denise Kupiec, money judgement
Jerry George Dearmond and Sabrina Kay Lyy Sowers
Robert Ross Miller and Leah DeAnn Legates
Kendra Deann Tipps and Steven Dale Childs, Jr.
Michael D. Black and Peggy Lynn Duryea
Beth Anne Dihel and Adam Quinn Ladel Dihel
Amy Marie Boswell-Bradshaw and John Roger DeWayne Bradshaw
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Cyle Scott Jones, operation on invalid license, $449
Cyle Scott Jones, school zone, $169
Jordan Ferrial Hazan, careful and prudent driving, $149
Troy Gene Duchesne, speeding 1-10 miles over
Michael Wayne French, no valid license in possession, $199
William Bryan Ward, insurance or certificate required, $124
William Bryan Ward, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
William Bryan Ward, state vehicle license, $124
Wesley Allan McCoy, careful and prudent driving, $149
Kimberly Dawn Hall, school zone, $193
Rommel A. Guardado, failure to obey traffic control, $124
Dennis Scott True, speeding over 10 mph, $93
Sheila Michelle Inlow, seatbelts, child restraints, $25
Stephen James Sexton, speeding over 10 mph, $85
Tonie Kay Pacheco, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Cody Lee McDowell, seatbelts, $25
Dustin D’Armon Peabody, disturbing peace, $199
Dusting D’Armon Peabody, possession of paraphernalia, $549
Brittany Ann Brown, failure to appear, $209
Carl Wayne Harding, failure to appear, $209
Barbara Jean Hawkes, public intoxication, $174
Sidney Lynn Smith, changing lanes, $149
Sidney Lynn Smith, seatbelts, child restraints, $25
Ella Theresa Borden, school zone, $191
Ashley Marie Barnes, school zone, $181
Robert Edward Paine, school zone, $183
Jacob Lemoin Lloyd, mufflers, $99
Andrew Juan Jernberg, operation on invalid license, $449
Misti Dawn Walker, private service drives, $99
Jason Riley Sharp, T.O.C., $149
Stanley D. Gaines, accidents, duty to stop, $149
Stanley DeWayne Gaines, failure to appear, $209
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.
Ronnie Glen and Joy Jane Whitaker, sold to Bruce and Helen Page, S29 T23N R20E
Sherry Franke, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22 N R18E, $2.25
Robert Roy Pool, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $2.25
Carol Pool, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $2.25
Harold and Leola Pruitt, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $6
Wendy Nelson, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $3
Amanda Nelson and Jene McClellan, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $3
Adrew Roy McMullin, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Rosanna Wisener, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E
Marcus McMullin, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Clinton Ray McMullin, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $6
Anna Jimson, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Warren and Deborah Paris, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Roy and Rita McClellan, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen, S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Janette Walters, sold to Don McClellan, Sr. and Jene McClellen S5 T22N R18E, $1.50
Cheryl Jean and Anthony T. Vargas and Edward John Madole, Jr., sold to Edward John Madole and Kristie D. Pendley, Romine 2ND B5 L1
Donald Lee Siever, sold to James Donald Siever, S35 T22N R18E
Donna Harvey, sold to Donna Harvey, Kevin Murphy, Jeremy Murphy, Harvey Dale Murphy, S33 T22N R21E
Mary Jean Hensley, sold to Brian and Denise Groff, Disney B11 L9-11
Donald and Joyce Westover, sold to Wesley Don and Catherine Michelle Stafford, S8 T21N R19E
Richard L. and Mardell Phillips, sold to Randall W. and Carol L. White, Grand Lake Towne #1 B1 L3/S1 T23N R21E, $656.25
Kimberly Laine Head, sold to Christopher Gregory Head, S18 T22N R20E
Glen and Peggy Gorman, sold to Sandra Andersen, Lakeside 2 Cabin Sites B”H” L17-18
Johnny Glen Owens, sold to Myrtle Owens, Landrum B57 PT L1/Pryor Creek B57 PT L11
Shirley M. Pape, sold to Shirley M. Pape, Jana J. Nelson, Kristi K. Prince, and Lisa P. Krywiski, S35 T23N R19E
Raymond E. and Ludie Myers, sold to Judy Keesley, S34 T21N R19E
Juanice Stone, sold to William and Margaret Fredrick, Grand River Dam HTS B”B” L1-3
County Radio Logs
The following radio logs are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office. These logs range from Jan. 5 to Jan. 6
9:31 a.m., Called and advised that a semi had jack-knifed. Advised that there were no injuries, but the vehicle was causing traffic congestion.
9:32 a.m., Caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to someone cutting his fence.
10:13 a.m., Called and advised that late Tuesday evening, a vehicle was left in front of their residence. Reporting person does not know the owner. Vehicle descrition: Dark older model Oldsmobile.
11:21 a.m., Walk-in requested to speak with a deputy. Advised that her husband took their 2 year-old child.
11:24 a.m., Reporting person called and requested a deputy to his residence. Advised that there were cattle on his property that did not belong to him. Advised it is an on-going problem.
12:57 p.m., Report of a man in a blue long sleeve shirt attempting to wave cars down on Linsey Mayes bridge.
5:35 p.m., Reporting person reports Charity Fleming and Jason Sitsler are fighting in the front yard.
7:06 p.m., Like to make a report on someone who nearly ran over his child.
11:40 p.m., Reporting person advised cows in roadway.
11:41 p.m., MESTA attempted to transfer call, but female had hung up. MESTA advised that the reporting person stated there were people in her apartment that she wanted to leave. Called reporting person back. Female states everything is ok and the individuals have left and female advised no need to come to her house.Jan. 6
12:11 a.m., Reporting person advised lots of cows in the road by the rock quarry and Boatmans Rooad.
1:58 a.m., Mesta Advised of an overdose at 550 W. Clay. Request a Chouteau officer.
12:38 p.m., Reporting person called and advised neighbor has threatened to damage reporting person’s fence. Reporting person advised that he was leaving and would visit the office to make a report.
1:09 p.m., Reporting person advised needed to make a report for theft of copper at cell tower.
2:19 p.m., Reporting person advised suspicious vehicle parked in roadway. Advised that person in vehicle is Tammy Stokes. Gold suburban with window busted out.
4:00 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that she has staples in her head from altercation with estranged husband from last week. Wants to talk to Langley police officer to advise them of situation.
6:58 p.m., Jail advised that they had a female that fell off the bunk and needed a deputy to assist on transporting and sitting with her.
7:25 p.m., Reporting person advised two horses out, one was in her yard and the other was standing in the roadway.
8:23 p.m., Reporting person reports car pulled up in back yard, turned their lights out, not supposed to be anyone there. At 8:30 p.m. reporting person called back and advised her grandson was at the residence and the vehicle had already left the area before they arrived.
8:51 p.m., Reporting perosn requested a deputy to drive out to the area. Advised he had heard gun shots. Sounded like an automatic weapon.
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