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Crimes and courts

February 15, 2013

Cases dispersed on sounding docket

Couples, trios and father-son pairs appeared on the preliminary hearing sounding docket with Judge Rebecca Gore Thursday.

Brandon Ford and Mackenzie Mccabe, who were charged with robbing Radio Shack in Pryor, had their case set for issue on the preliminary hearing sounding docket April 11. Their charges include robbery with a weapon, eluding a police officer and knowingly concealing stolen property.

Father-son duo, Ryan and Rocky Kammerzell, were on the docket with Nicole Hobbs. All three charged with possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, possession of firearm while in commission of a felony, knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of controlled substance (marijuana) and possession or selling of paraphernalia. Ryan Kammerzell has former felony convictions. All are out on bond, which was previously set at $50,000 each. Their case was continued until Feb. 28, where a plea bargain will likely be made.

Elizabeth Ann Asbill is charged with possession of material with intent to manufacture and purchasing pseudoephedrine while subject to meth offender registration act, after former felony conviction. She waived her right to a preliminary hearing. Judge Gore inquired about her mental health, to which Asbill stated she is bi-polar and manic depressive. The state found her mentally competent to waive her right to a preliminary hearing, as well as her right to have her district court arraignment within 30 days. Judge Gore approved both, and the case was set for March 13.

Krystany Dowd waived her right to a preliminary hearing. Dowd is charged with taking/receiving stolen credit or debit card and unauthorized use of credit card. In regard to her mental health, Dowd stated she suffers from bi-polar disorder, multiple personality disorder and schizophrenia. She said she has not been on medication for these disorders for the last 13 months. However, the state found her mentally competent to waive her rights. She waived her right to district court arraignment within 30 days and her case was set March 13. This waiver was pursuant to a plea agreement.

Angelica Coats’ case was set for March 14. She is charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of police scanner in commission of a felony, possession of controlled substance (marijuana), possession of paraphernalia and obstructing an officer. She is free on bond which was set at $20,000.

John Henry Mitchell was charged with the same crimes, and his case was set for issue March 18.

Lana Renee Fulton’s charges include: Possession of material with intent to manufacture, possession of controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia,  and two counts of purchasing pseudoephedrine while subject to meth offenders registration act, after former felony conviction. She is bound over for trial in Mayes County District Court with Judge Terry Mcbride, March 13.

The attorney representing Taran Wallace Jones requested a continuance until March 14. Jones is currently being held at the Mayes County Jail for endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance, eluding a police officer, possession of controlled dangerous substance, leaving the scene of an accident and damaging a fixture on a highway.

 

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