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Crimes and courts

September 20, 2012

Mayes County felony jury sounding docket

PRYOR — The felony jury sounding docket was Sept. 13 in Mayes County District Court.

Alyiss Adams, 19, Salina, waived his right to a preliminary hearing within 30 days. He will appear in court on Oct. 17. Adams was charged in June with second degree burglary.

Kevin Michael Baker, 48, Afton, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Baker was charged in August with being in possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Charles Matthew Blakley III, 28, Hulbert, waived his right to a preliminary hearing within 30 days. He will appear in court on Oct. 17. Blakley was charged in March with falsely personating another to create liability.

Joey R. Bradford, 35, Hulbert, will have a preliminary hearing on Oct. 11. Bradford was charged in August with possession of a firearm after a previous conviction.

Kristina Ruth Carmichael, 34, Chouteau, had her case continued to Oct. 11.

Carmichael was charged in August with possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Ira Chatman, 56, Fort Smith, Ark., had his case continued to Nov. 8. Chatman was charged in July with lewd molestation.

Kenneth Anthony Chavez, 42, had his case continued to Oct. 11. Chavez was charged in August with driving under the influence of drugs and driving without a license.

Tina Marie Donovant, 40, Pryor, had her case continued to Oct. 11. Donovant was charged in July with falsely personating another to create liability and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Robert Scott Drake, 53, Pryor, waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He will return to court on Sept. 19. Drake was charged in May with harboring a fugitive from justice and obstructing an officer.

Tammy Lynn Edwards, 28, Taft, waived her right to a preliminary hearing. She will return to court on Sept. 20. Edwards was charged in November 2010 with uttering two or more bogus checks.

John Charles Escoe, 40, Langley, will return to court on Oct. 11.

Escoe was charged in August with placing body fluid on a government employee, assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest and assault.

Derick Rueben Falk, 35, Locust Grove, waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He will return to court on Oct. 17. Falk was charged in July with assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor child.

David Jeremiah Heber, 20, Pryor, waived his right to a hearing and will plead on Sept. 20. Heber was charged in August with attempted second degree burglary of an automobile.

James Leroy Isaacson, 60, Tulsa, had his case continued to Sept. 27. Isaacson was charged in August with possession of a firearm after a former conviction.

Brian Allan Kibart, 36, Claremore, waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He will be arraigned on Sept. 20. Kibart was charged in August with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without a license and failure to carry insurance.

Stacey Jo Knight, 28, Pryor, waived her right to a trial and pleaded guilty to the charge of obstructing an officer in August. Knight was given a $100 fine plus court costs, and 30 days in jail with credit for time served.

Robert Kent Kraft, 23, Locust Grove, had his case continued to Oct. 11. Kraft was charged in July with malicious injury to property, domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor child.

Jacob Matthew Ledbetter, 27, Chouteau, will have his case continued to Oct. 11. Ledbetter was charged in August with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance.

Jeffrey Lindenmeyer, 48, Waxahachie, Texas, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will return to  court on

Oct. 17 for arraignment. Lindenmeyer was charged in June with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession or selling of drug paraphernalia.

Patrick James Brennan Long, 26, Pryor, had his case continued to Nov. 9.

Long was charged in July with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and battery by strangulation or attempted strangulation.

Robert Daniel Maguire, 26, Pyror, had his case continued to Oct. 11. Maguire was charged in August with grand larceny.

Elizabeth Ann Miller, 23, Pryor, waived her right to a preliminary hearing. She will return to court on Sept. 20 for plea. Miller was charged in May with knowingly concealing stolen property. In a separate case, Miller waived her right to a preliminary hearing and will plead on Sept. 20 on an August charge of grand larceny and knowing concealing stolen property.

George Scott Moore, 32, Grove, will have his preliminary hearing on Oct. 11. Moore was charged in April with obtaining merchandise by bogus check.

Jami Beth Morris, 31, Langley, will return to court on Oct. 11. Morris was charged in October 2009 with uttering two or more bogus checks. In a separate case, Morris was charged in June with assault and battery on a peace officer, assault and battery on an emergency medical technician, obstructing an officer and public intoxication. That case will be continued to Oct. 11.

Dennis Michael Murray, 46, Coweta, will have his case continued to Nov. 9. Murray was charged in August with kidnapping.

Robert Lester Payne, 49, Salina, had his case continued to Oct. 11. The court ordered Nancy Payne, the wife of Robert, to return to court on that date with the alleged victim in that case.

Dustin D’Arman Peabody, 31, Pryor, will have his case continued to Oct. 11. Peabody was charged in June with entering with intent to steal copper.

Randy Leon Peckenpaugh, 36, Pryor, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will enter a plea on Sept. 24. Peckenpaugh was charged in April with possession of controlled dangerous substances within 1,000 feet of a school/park or minor child. Possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute and possession or selling of drug paraphernalia. Peckenpaugh is bi-polar, but was found mentally competent  to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.

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