The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Court Clerk’s Office.
Thomas Lee Harris, Jr., possession of controlled dangerous substance
Johnie Bryant Fletcher, Jr., possession of firearm - AFCF
Sean Clifford Purdy, sexual battery
Bobby Ray Keith, sexual battery
Nathaniel Wayne Carnes, domestic assault and battery
David Nathaniel Hutchinson, driving under the influence - alcohol
Dalton James Goss, driving without a drivers license
Robert William Arey, larceny of gasoline - pump piracy
Scain Dalynn Zachary, possession or selling of paraphernalia
Joel David Frazier, public intoxication
Ladean Wyndell Hausdorf, public intoxication
Susan Bettencourt, public intoxication
21st Century Mortgage Corp v Donald H. Craig
Bank of America N A v Betty L. Smoke
Equable Ascent Financial LLC v Rebecca Cottom
Equable Ascent Financial LLc v Krystal E. Oldham
Equable Ascent Financial LLc v David G. Monical
OKLA Farm Bureau Mutual Ins Co v CNH America LLC
Mid-South Maintenance INC v Kimberly Burk
Discover Bank v Marilyn Gilbreath, breach agreement/contract
Faust Corporation v Richard Long, breach agreement/contract
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Financial Inc v Stephen J. Fowler, foreclosure
Bank of America N A v Justin A Richardson, foreclosure
LVNV Funding LLC v Phyllis Grissom, indebtedness
Cavalry Portfolio Srvcs LLc v Andrea Sullivan, indebtedness
Andria Campbell v Ron Campbell, interpleader
Gordon Scott Bennett v Shawn Morton, motor vehicle negligence
Baptist Healthcare of Okla INC DBA v Kevin Rowe, suit on account
Commerce Finance v Andrea Finney
Commerce Finance v Amanda Smith
Commerce Finance v Jason Waide
Commerce Finance v Debbie Johnson
K & R Rentals v Jeremy Don Cornelius, forcible entry and detainer
Moore Farms v Brad Heidelberg, money judgement
First Pryority Bank, Richard Allan Carter, money judgement
James Louis Garner and Michelle Kay Cobb
Larry Todd Wehrle and Christina Gayle Robinson
Katie L. Arnold and Robert Arnold
Altje Susana Montgomery and Franklin Jerome Montgomery
Mary Lee Sly and Preston William Sly
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Leland F. Schmitt, Jr., failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Jaimie Lynn Perkins, speeding over 10 mph, $69
Richard Edward Morgan, Jr., speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Robert Ross Miller, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Ryne Andrew Carman, speeding 10 mph over, $89
Brandt Runaway Beaver, 1-10 mph over, $173
Melanie April Scherm, petit larceny, $549
Lyndsey Nichole Kerns, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Katarina Lily McDermott, speeding 1-10 miles over, $69
Jimmie Beth Falling, speeding over 10 mph, $89
Jaime Felipe Garcia, speeding over 10 mph, $77
James Alan Marshall, speeding over 10 mph, $89
Kevin Lee Scalf, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Daniel Wayne Stockton-Smith, speeding 1-10 mph over, $73
Donna Jo Whorton, seatbelts, child restraints, $25
Robin Joseph Birley, speeding over 10 mph, $73
Hilary Elaine Majors, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Daniel Lee Rial, Jr., failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Treg Ray Thomas, careful and prudent driving, $149
Chauncy Joe Rotenberry, failure to appear, $209
Shawnna Leigh Caldwell, speeding over 10 mph, $97
Jerry Wayne Campbell, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
Craig Medford Davis, speeding over 10 mph, $85
Rance Dillon Eichelberger, speeding in school zone, $173
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.
Royal L. Dixon, Jr. and Kimberly D. Dixon, sold to Leonard and Kathleen Pataki, Markham Ferry HTS #2 B3 L22, $262.50
Melvin Gaile and Neva Gile, sold to Larry C. and Mary C. Hougland, Craig Coves B10 L41-50, $157.50
Betty Lou, Danny, Sherry, Darryl, Wynter, Douglas and Patty Callison, sold to Betty Callison, East Plains 4th B1 L3
Janet Marie Lair, sold to Jeffrey Lee Lair, South Plains B2 L14
Billy Dean Bluebird, Jr. and Diana Michelle bluebird, sold to Billy Dean Bluebird, Jr., and Diana Michelle Bluebird, S7 T20N R21E
Karon Dean Massey, sold to David Andrew Dale, S24 T21N R20E, $18
Amanda D. Smith (FKA Kester) and NAthan W. Smith, sold to Amanda D. and Nathan W. Smith, Gra Vern Park 2ND B5 PT L17-18
Jenifer D. and Jason B. Grissett, sold to Jenifer D. Grissett, Summerfield Place II L1
Rick Murray, sold to Terry Murray, S16 T23N R20E
John R. and Rena C. Duke, sold to Martin Landeros Guiterriez and Christina A. Landeros, S33 T22N R20E, $187.50
Mary J. Burris, sold to Kenneth E. Littlefield, Jr., Pryor Creek B15 L6
Erma K. Vanwieringen, sold to Tate D. Jones, Disney, B3 L23-26/Langley B7 L8,9/ Disney B6 8-11
Alex D. Dyar and Elaine S. Birkey, sold to Elaine S. Birkey, S13 T23N R21E
Linda Fay Van Brunt, sold to Stephanie L. Cox, Kennedy Ingram I B4 L4, $94.50
Lenord W. Wright, sold to Joesph K and Trisha Ann Buck, S22 T23N R21E
Teresa L. Brixey, sold to Joshua Lee and Megan Rene Huffman, S15 T23N R20E, $54
Philip J. and Velta Simpson, sold to David E. Simpson, S8 T19N R20E
Radio logs are provided by the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office.
6:03 p.m., Reporting person called and advised that her neighbors dog had jumped the fence several times and again is trying to jump the fence going after her kids. She would like an officer to come to the residence.
6:15 p.m., Reporting person advised that his ex-wife had just left the residence and had assaulted him and broken his glasses.She called back and advised that she was back and entering his residence.
8:12 p.m., MESTA advised that there was a 49-year-old male going into cardiac arrest. Advised he had blood all over his face and in his mouth. He is not breathing at this time. People on scene are giving CPR, MESTA is not on scene. Spoke to MESTA again, they advised the people on scene stopped CPR due to all the blood in his mouth, he is not breathing they advised it appears that all the damage was done by a baseball bat.
8:25 p.m., Reporting person called and advised she wanted a welfare check done on her son who lives at the trailer park. Advised he appears intoxicated and possibly something medically wrong with him.
9:03 p.m., Reporting person reports three guys that appeared to be working for Wade’s Wrecker got a headlight and failed to pay for it.
11:19 p.m., Caller advised of a suspicious vehicle that had been sitting down the street from them with the truck up for two hours. Caller advised when her husband tried to rive by the vehicle to see who it was the vehicle proceeded to drive down the road and park behind some semi trailers in the leisure land turn off from Hwy 28. Caller advised that tis been sitting behind the semi trailers for two hours for a total of four hours. Caller advised that it was a white sedan four door with dark tinted windows and indian tag plates that are red and blue in color. Caller did not know the make or model or tag number.
12:02 a.m., Caller advised of suspicious vehicle that was sitting across the road from him. Advised that the vehicle was sitting there last night at 2 a.m. and advised that he shot rounds off into the ground to scare them off. Caller advised that he believes they are out there stealing stuff. Caller advised that it was a white sedan four door around a 2000 model car unknown of the make or model.
2:50 a.m., Caller advised that an indian male was intoxicated and was laying against her front door with a beer can in his hand. Caller advised that she refulsed to let him in and he had no coat on. Caller advised she believed he was now in her car. Caller advised that her husband had now put the subject in their shop.
11:29 a.m., Reporting person called and advised they want house guest to leave and house guest refuses.
1:22 p.m., Reporting person called and advised they need a deputy to come out to report property damage. Advised damage to husband’s pickup. Person advised it looks as though someone hit with a baseball bat. Advised they left last night and were not home when the incident took place and advised they are unsure who did the damange.
3:21 p.m., MESTA advised of a 911 hangup. Advised unaware if it was two teenagers rough housing or someone that needed help. MESTA later advised able to reach reporting person and she advised she and her brother had been rough housing. Person refused to give her location or name and she was currently by herself and she did not need help.
4:16 p.m., Walk-in requested to make a report in reference to someone using her checking account without her permission.
9:10 p.m., Reporting person advised of a male subject walking near her windows. Advised she had seen male subject walk around her windows two times.
10:15 p.m., Reporting person advised that his son’s mother was in the neighbor’s driveway watching his parents residence. Advised son’s mother had locked son in truck at reporting person’s shop and left him there. Advised that he just wanted it logged in case she attempted to coe back out there. Advised the female subject was back out at residence and the female subject had called the sheriff’s office requesting a deputy to go to residence with her to pick up her son.
1:55 a.m., OHP advised that a cow was out and they had no troopers. Advised it was a white and black cow.
5:04 a.m., Caller advised that her truck and part of her house was on fire. Caller advised that she had a protective order on the subject that started it. Caller advised that it was her cousins truck that was on fire.
9:22 a.m., Reporting person advised that there is a puppy following her while she is walking at the park. She would like animal control to come out.
9:49 a.m., Railroad company called and advised they had a train broken down on the track and would be about 20 to 30 minutes before it was moved.
10:58 a.m., Reporting person advised that an elderly man was throwing chairs at one of the workers they would like a deputy to come out.
11:24 a.m., Reporting person advised that he thinks he has a meth lab behind the Chouteau Schools.
12:15 p.m., Reporting person advised that there is a horse on her property and she does not know who it belongs to but it is emaciated and looks like it is about to die she needed to know what to do. Requested a call back.
1:13 p.m., Reporting person advised that they had a gas drive off. Was a light blue chrysler with handicap and occupied by two.
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