The Pryor Times

November 10, 2012

Court notes


PRYOR — Lisa Marie Fogleman, 42, Locust Grove, was in District Court Wednesday charged with three counts of uttering bogus checks. Fogleman pleaded not guilty. Preliminary hearing sounding docket is Dec. 20. Fogleman, who made a voluntary appearance, was given a personal recognizance (P.R.) bond.

Fogleman is alleged to have written three checks to Harp’s grocery store in Locust Grove on May 18 for $521.45 . She allegedly wrote a check on May 23 for $399.99 and on May 30 for $104.87.

Jacob Lane Martin, 18, Chouteau, was in District Court Wednesday charged with negligent homicide and failure to stop for a yield sign. Martin, represented by counsel Ben Sherrer, entered a not guilty plea. Preliminary hearing sounding docket is Dec. 7. Bond is $1,000. Martin allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign at Highway 412 and County Road 428 on Oct. 6 and hitting a car driven by James Lynn Butler causing Butler to die in the accident.

Dirk Allen Savage, 27, Vinita, was in District Court Wednesday charged with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance and driving under the influence of drugs. Savage pleaded not guilty. Preliminary hearing sounding docket is Dec. 20. Bond is $7,500. Savage allegedly had pseudoephedrine on him when he was pulled at the corner of state highway 412B and Highway 69A on Nov. 6 for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs.

Nathaniel Lee Hanks, 34, Pryor, was in District Court Wednesday charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 1000 feet of a park and possession of drug paraphernalia. Hanks pleaded not guilty. Preliminary hearing sounding docket is Dec. 20. Bond is $7,500. Hanks allegedly had methamphetamines on his person Nov. 6 near Centennial Park in Pryor and syringes. Hanks was convicted in Mayes County in October of possession of a controlled dangerous substance in the presence of a minor or a 1000 feet of a school and drug paraphernalia. He was convicted in January 2008 of escape from city jail. In April 2003 Hanks was convicted in Mayes County of stealing an automobile. In March of 1997 Hanks was convicted in Wagoner County of first degree burglary.