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Crimes and courts

September 4, 2012

Cases heard on sounding docket August 30, 2012

PRYOR — The Mayes County District Court felony hearing sounding docket was Aug. 30.

Joseph Lance Berry, 28, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Berry was charged in July with lewd molestation, possession of child pornography and possession of pornography with intent to distribute.

Benjamin Scott Butcher, 37, Salina, waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He is due in court Sept. 13 for arraignment. Butcher was charged with stalking in April.

Rocky Eugene Carpenter, 59, Adair, will have his preliminary hearing on Oct. 5.

Carpenter was charged in July with driving under the influence and child endangerment.

Kurt Allen Cherry, 53, Pryor, did not have an attorney. Bond was doubled and he was remanded to the custody of the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office. Cherry was charged in April with possession of drug with intent to distribute and endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance. His case is continued to Sept. 27.

Geina Don Dentis, 28, Sand Springs, waived her right to a preliminary hearing. She is due in court on Sept. 19 for arraignment. Dentis was charged in July with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, falsely personating another to create liability, possession or selling of paraphernalia and public intoxication. In a different case from July, she is charged with conspiracy to distribute controlled dangerous substances.

Tina Marie Donovant, 40, Pryor, had her case continued to Sept. 13, as she is in jail in Rogers County in a different case. Donovant was charged in July with falsely personating another to create liability and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Robert Scott Drake, 53, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 13. He does not have an attorney. Drake was charged in May with harboring a fugitive from justice and obstructing an officer.

Roy Eugene Edenfield III, 39, Pryor, will have his preliminary hearing Oct. 12. Edenfield was charged in July with sexual battery, assault and battery and public intoxication.

David Allen Eglian, 49, Pryor, will enter a plea on Aug. 31. Eglian was charged in November with knowingly concealing stolen property and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Jeffery Chase Fitzpatrick, 20, Locust Grove, waived preliminary hearing and will be arraigned on Sept. 19. Fitzpatrick was charged in July with possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute.

Fitzpatrick has a failure to pay hearing on Sept. 5 from a 2011 case in which he was convicted of breaking and entering and public intoxication. He was remanded to the custody of the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office for his failure to pay fines and costs.  

Jay Franklin Furnas, 30, Pryor, had his case continued to Oct. 5 for preliminary hearing. Furnas was charged in July with second degree burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property.

Daniel Joseph Gifford, 20, Salina, waived preliminary hearing and will enter a plea on Sept. 5. Gifford was charged in June with escape from jail. Later, Gifford was sentenced to 30 days flat time in the Mayes County Jail for failure to perform 120 hours of community service as a result of a March 2012 conviction of possession of marijuana. His hearing on that case is Sept. 21.

Pamela Elizabeth Goad, 44, Pryor, had her cases continued to Sept. 27. Goad was charged in November 2006 with attempting to obtain a controlled drug by fraud. In April 2010, Goad was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. In July, Goad was charged with taking/receiving a stolen credit or debit card and second degree forgery. Goad has two drug court cases from 2006 and 2010.

Jeffrey Todd Heathcott, 40, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Heathcott was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Herbert Alvin Herron, 57, Chouteau, had no attorney, so Judge Rebecca Gore appointed Herron a public defender. Herron, who is in Mayes County Jail, was charged in March with failure to register as a sex offender.

Steven Ray Jennings, 41, Blackwell, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Blackwell was charged in July with assault with a dangerous weapon, mistreatment of police dog, trespassing after being forbidden, public intoxication and resisting arrest.

Jesse James Johnson, 18, Pryor, will have his preliminary hearing on Oct. 11. Johnson was charged in July with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Taran Wallace Jones, 20, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 27.

Jones was charged in April with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jared Wayne Jordan, 26, Pryor, waived preliminary hearing and will enter a plea on Sept. 24. Jordan was charged in July with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance and possession of controlled dangerous substances.

Elaine Jumper, 34, Spavinaw, waived preliminary hearing and is due in court on Oct. 17 for plea. Jumper was charged in December with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance.

Susan Shari Kirby, 39, will have a preliminary hearing on Sept. 27. Kirby was charged in July with second degree forgery.

Bobby Michael Leach, 55, Locust Grove, will have a preliminary hearing on Sept. 27. Leach was charged in June with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving left of center.

Joe Bob Ledbetter, 62, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 27 as he had no attorney.

Ledbetter was charged in July with assault with a dangerous weapon.

Jason Michael Lee, 22, Pryor, had his case continued to Oct. 11. Lee was charged in July with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Michael Lee 34, Pryor, was not in court. His attorney requested a warrant and that he be held without bond. Lee was charged in April 2010 with domestic assault and battery by attempted strangulation and resisting arrest. Lee was charged in June with domestic assault and battery and interference with an emergency telephone call.

Patrick James Brennan Long, 26, Pryor, had his case continued to Sept. 13. Long was charged in July with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and battery by attempted strangulation.

Trell Nolan Marble, 27, Salina, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 15.

Marble was charged in July with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance, cultivation of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Elizabeth Ann Miller, 24, Pryor, had her case continued to Sept. 13. Miller was charged in May with knowingly concealing stolen property.

Amanda Montgomery, 40, Pryor, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 9. Montgomery was charged in April with possession of controlled dangerous substances within 1,000 feet of a school yard or park and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Rondney Allan Nelson, 33, Broken Arrow, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 12. Nelson was charged in July with assault with a deadly weapon, placing bodily fluid on a government employee while in custody, domestic assault and battery, malicious injury to property, domestic assault and battery, driving without a license and resisting arrest.

Michael Lee Newman, 48, Pryor, will have his case continued to Sept. 27. Newman was charged in July with driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding in a posted zone.

Cody Allen Nichols, 19, Salina, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Nichols was charged in June with first degree rape of a minor under 14 and incest.

George Steven Nichols, 50, Locust Grove, had his case continued to Sept. 27.

Nichols was charged in June with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, knowingly concealing stolen property and obstructing an officer.

Brandon Perryman, 20, Pryor, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 12.

Perryman was charged in June with harboring a fugitive from justice.

Charles Neale Puckett, 55, Rose, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Puckett was charged in January with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, possession of drug paraphernalia and transporting an open container of beer.

Selena Fay Rabbit, 51, Pryor, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 15. Rabbit was charged in November 2010 with making a false declaration of ownership to a pawn shop.

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