The Pryor Times

Crimes and courts

March 15, 2012

Court notes

Charles Mattew Blakley III, 28, was in Mayes County District Court Tuesday charged with falsely personating another to create liability. A not guilty plea was entered. The preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 5. Bond is $2,500. Blakley had a willful failure to pay fines and costs hearing after his arrangement. Blakley allegedly represented himself as Mark Blakley (born in 1985) on March 12.

Leland Euguene Vickers, 52, Spavinaw, was in Mayes County District Court Wednesday charged with three counts of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor. A not guilty plea was entered. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding June 15. Bond is $5,000. Vickers is alleged to have struck three different women in the presence of a three-year-old on March 13 or 14.

Amber Lucille Lyman, 22, Tahlequah, was in Mayes County District Court Tuesday charged with breaking and entering and domestic assault and battery. A not guilty plea was entered. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket June 15. Bond is $2,500. Lyman was ordered not to have any contact with the victim.

Lyman is alleged to have broken into the Locust Grove dwelling of her ex-husband, James Adkins, and striking him on March 12.

Sherrie Lynn Marshall, 33, Pryor, was in Mayes County District Court Monday charged with obtaining merchandise by bogus check. Marshall pleaded not guilty. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket June 15. Marshall is alleged to have written a check for $115.26 to Marvin’s Food in Chouteau on Nov. 30, 2011.

Joshua Allen Brandon Page, 26, was in Mayes County District Court Monday charged with manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance (methamphetamines), a felony, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. A not guilty plea was entered. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket April 5. Bond is $45,000. Page is alleged to have been manufacturing meth when he was arrested March 12 in Pryor.

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