The following court records are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Court Clerk’s Office.
John Paul Brewer, driving under the influence - alcohol
Debra L. Maxwell, driving under the influence - alcohol
Wesley Robert Bias, false reporting of crime
Lisa Michelle Worsham, obtaining merchandise by bogus check
Eric Michael Smoke, public intoxication
John Wayne McMillan, assault and battery on a peace officer
Bobby Joe Englebright, assault and battery with a deadly weapon
Christopher Ryan Wannall, assault with a dangerous weapon
Michael Lee McKenzie, driving under the influence - AFCF
Justin Luke Daugherty, driving under the influence - alcohol
Teresa Renee Clark, driving under the influence - drugs
Jarrod Aloys Miller, escape from arrest
Ginger Beach, obtaining cash or merchandise by false pretense
Jacob Michael Long, possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute - AFCF
Anessa Raylene Stoneburner, possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute - AFCF
John Harless, rape - 1st degree
Mazzios LLC v Cheryl Masters
Haleys Village Apts v Ginger Beach, forcible entry and detainer
Meadow Trace Apts v James Dutton, forcible entry and detainer
Kristen D. Gilman v Billy Pickup, Jr., forcible entry and detainer
Gina Alvis Watts v Natisia Nicole Williams, forcible entry and detainer
Gina Alvis Watts v Earl Cardin, money judgement
Midwestern Loans v Deborah Johnson, money judgement
Conoco Phillips Pipe Line Co. v Dixie L. Borrer
State Farm Mutual Auto Ins Co. v Brian Kingfisher, auto negligence
Bank of America N A v April D. Lochner, foreclosure
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA v Melquiades M. Esponoza, foreclosure
Citi Mortgage INC v Giger Huckleby, foreclosure
Bank of America N A v Kendal N. Stohler, foreclosure
Wells Fargo Bank N A v Sherman D. Jones, foreclosure
21st Mortgage Corporation v Paula Turner, foreclosure
Americredit Financial Services v Cherry Meeker, indebtedness
Capital One Bank (USA) N A v Wanda K. Hammack, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Samantha Baker, indebtedness
Midland Funding LLC v Katrina Newton, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v George Marshall, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Tarron Kenyon, indebtedness
Tulsa Adjustment Bureau INC v Ginger Coverdell, indebtedness
Cach, LLC v Otto K. Stewart, indebtedness
Equable Ascent Financial LLC v Lawrence Hallford, indebtedness
Equable Ascent Financial LLC v Carol A. Saint
Midland Funding LLC v Tracy Clark, indebtedness
Levi James McDonald and Racheal Dawn Anderson
Derrick Wayne Budder and Naomi Beatrice Chupp
Michael Lesley Martin and Brandy Dawn Gray
Myles Edward Schweitzer and Shonda Kay Maxwell
Jennfier Lee Jones and Christopher Lee Jones
Dustin Galen Fish and Brittany Lee Fish
Amy K. Sitsler and Jason Sitsler
Dana Laconsello and Gregory Laconsello
Patty Sue Blevins-Peckham and Curtis Jay Peckham
Brandy Powell and Trevin Powell
Shavon Whitlock and Sammy Whitlock
Johnny Dwayn Wiley II and Pamela Krystal Wiley
The following court records are supplied weekly by the Pryor Municipal Court Clerk’s Office.
Roy James Hudson, speeding over 10 mph, $101
Roy James Hudson, failure to obey traffic control devie, $124
Robert Kent Kraft, state vehicle license, $124
Robert Kent Kraft, school zone, $181
Robert Kent Kraft, state vehicle license, $124
Alexander David Way Decamp, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
Floyd Eugene Bristol, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Thomas Stephen Roman, careless driving, $299
Joshua Allen Steddum, careful and prudent driving, $149
Jessica Alexandria A. Bivens, possession of marijuana, $549
Tyler Paul Harmon, state vehicle license, $124
Tyler Paul Harmon, operation on invalid license, $449
Jennifer Lynn Hebb, insurance or certificate required, $124
Salvador Ramerio Tiscareno, insurance or certificate required, $124
Salvador Romerio Tiscareno, state vehicle license, $124
Jeremy Jon Scheffel, speeding over 10 mph, $73
Randy Dean Vaughan, speeding over 10 mph, $129
Timothy Charles Webb, school zone, $179
Samantha Jean Clark, turning left at intersection, $99
Anthony Dairl Brannon, speeding over 10 mph, $117
Quinten Joseph Bates, defective vehicle, equipment, $94
Anna Leigh Kirby, seatbelts, $25
Anna Leigh Kirby, no child restraint (seatbelt), $70
April Dawn Thompson, school zone, $169
Nathan Levi Coffman, operation on invalid license, $449
Nathan Levi Coffman, insurance or certificate required, $124
Ritchie Dean James, failure to obey traffic control device, $124
Tyler Paul Weaver, speeding 1 - 10 miles over, $69
Daniel Joseph Gifford, possession of paraphernalia, $549
Keli Rae Harris, school zone, $181
Kristie Elaine Dorr, drivers license - possession required, $199
Kristie Elaine Dorr, state vehicle license, $124
Kara Nichole Jones, school zone, $191
Lisa Marie Teigen, speeding over 10 mph, $133
Amber Nichole Wilson, disturbing the peace, $199
Amber Nichole Wilson, school zone, $185
Casey Lightfoot Malone, possession of paraphernalia, $549
Glenda Ailene Thompson, sell/furnish to minors, $149
Lindsey Marie Caraway, speeding over 10 mph, $89
Charles Edward Thweatt, speeding over 10 mph, $77
The following warranty deeds were filed inthe Mayes County Clerk’s Office.
Property owners are assessed a document fee of $1.50 per $1,000 of the purchase price.
Ronald F. and Robin L. Crowell, sold to Joe R. Bartlett, Sr. and Vicki J. Bartlett, Grand view cabin replat B”A” PT L4
Elizabeth Winchester, sold to Robert Winchester, S2 T23N R21E
Robert and Elizabeth Winchester, sold to Gary John and Kathleen Ann White, S2 T23N R21E, $408
Thomas M. Bell, sold to Steve and Pamela Shipman, S4 T21N R20E, $45
Ronald James and Regina Lynn Kester, sold to Jenny and Clay Mindemann, S3 T21N R20E
Travis and Nicole Holt, sold to Daniel Chett and Sheri Sharleen Blake, S28 T23N R18E, $42.75
Thomas W. Wilkins II and Dell Ann Wilkins, sold to Tonja Johnson, S8 T19N R19E
Wayne and Helen Dabbs and Pady A. Stein, sold to Gene Wolford, S8 T19N R19E
Norman W. and Deloris J. Jackson, sold to Sha Lee Jade Woodward, Sunnyslope Acres L10
Norman Wayne and Deloris J. Jackson, sold to Steven W. Jackson, Sunnyslope Acres L11
Mart L. and Sarah A. Smith, sold to Harold and Mary C. Sherman, S15 T22N R21E, $33
Wanda Cancellor, sold to Richard and Regina Ingram, S17 T21N R20E
Verl D. and Beverly A. Palmer, sold to Roy L. Smith and Patricia I. Lowrance, S7 T21N R19E, $12
Mark D. and Sharon A. Rowland, sold to Robert C. and Rebecca A. Martin, S34 T20N R20E
Allan D. and Phyllis J. Statham, sold to Joseph D. and Teresa K. Franta, S8 T21N R18E
Sheila L. Campbell, sold to Michael J. Turner, Lakeside North B8 L12, 13, $51
Carl and Billie J. Curry, sold to Michael D. Curry, G G Woods B1 L12 PT L13
Norma Jean Lewis, sold to Harland Coble, Strang, B9 L10/Lakeside Cabin Sites B”D” L3, $0.75
Jack and Sandra Kroll, sold to Steven Graves, S17 T22N R21E, $105
Sherman K. Hawkins, sold to Billy Miller, S33 T19N R20E
County Radio Logs
The following radio logs are supplied weekly by the Mayes County Sherriff’s Office. These logs range from Jan. 4 to Jan. 5
5:02 a.m., Caller advised of a stop sign that got run over last night and advised that she almost got hit by another car.
2:54 p.m., Called and advised that his neighbor was extremely intoxicated and was playing his music extremely loud. Advised that he requested that the neighbor turn his music down twice, and the subject refused. Requested a deputy to make contact.
3:43 p.m., Called and advised that there is a male subject beating a female in the front yard of trailer #19. Advised that she did not see any weapons. Advised the female is screaming for help. Advised does not know names. Also advised that a male pulled the female into the trailer and the female is still screaming for help.
4:30 p.m., Advised found one of his cows that has been shot. Advised that cow would have been shot some time between last night and this morning.
4:59 p.m., Advised that a male subject just left the motel staggering carrying a suit case.
6:00 p.m., Advised horrible smell coming from neighbors house. Advised that she suspects meth cooking.
6:55 p.m., Called threatening to call the attorney general or ASPCA becasue we haven’t taken care of his problem. Dispute over a dog.
6:55 p.m., Called wanting to advise that he was unsure whether to call the ASPCA or attorney general regarding problems with his neighbor. States that we have had several chances to help him resolve the situation and we have not.
6:58 p.m., Called to report several things missiong out of tool shed. Advised that he discovered missing items last night.
8:12 p.m., Called and advised wanting to have his daughter transported to custodial parents home. Advised that she was not going to stay there. Advised that it was getting ready to get physical because he would be dragging the 17 year old female to the car and taking her to her mother’s house.
3:14 a.m., Caller advised of a black cow out on 16th street between highway 69 and Cherokee Street. Advised the cow was currently in the roadway.
4:50 a.m., Advised vehicle was in a ditch, appeared to have been wrecked. No one around, vehicle is white in color.
7:47 a.m., Vehicle is off the roadway, looks is if driver hit the curb, vehicle is disabled and off-white in color.
7:57 a.m., Called and advised that someone had broken into one of his properties in Adair, did not have physical. Advised that the subject(s) made entry through the garage and advised that there was a cut for an AC unit. Advised that his employees were taking inventory at this time and he would come to the sheriff’s office later to file a statement.
8:05 a.m., Caller requested to speak with Deputy Linam. Caller advised that we has having a problem with a male subject. Stated that the male subject stole hi property ($600 social security check) and the maile subject keeps throwing his human waste in caller’s yard. No further was given by caller.
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