The Pryor Times

Crimes and courts

November 29, 2012

Court Notes 11-29-2012

PRYOR — Brandon Louis Marlin, 18, Pryor,  was in Mayes County District Court Nov. 16, charged with malicious injury to property, trespassing after being forbidden and attempted malicious injury to property. Marlin pleaded not guilty. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket Feb. 22, 2013. Bond was set at $5,000. Marlin allegedly tore down a gate belonging to Flint Energy valued in excess of $500. He allegedly was on the property of Flint Energy located a half mile north of Highway 20 and County Road 428 and attempted to drag off a port-a-potty belonging to Flint Energy on Nov. 15.

Pony Boy Benoit, 19, Locust Grove, was in Mayes County District Court Nov. 20, charged with larceny of an automobile, driving a vehicle under the influence of drugs, driving without a license and failure to carry insurance. Benoit pleaded not guilty. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket Dec. 20. Bond was set at $15,000. Benoit is alleged to have stolen a 2009 Dodge Journey SUV belonging to Kensie Johnson, driving the SUV along NS 439 and EW 524 Roads under the influence of drugs, driving without a license, and driving without insurance on Nov. 19.

Brittany Ann Brown, 30, Chouteau, was in District Court Nov. 20, charged with second degree burglary. Brown pleaded not guilty. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket Dec. 20. Bond was set at $15,000. Brown, allegedly acting in concert with Mickey Kody Threlkeld, broke into a house belonging to Betty Stone located at 22 Orphan St. south of Pryor with the intent to steal on Nov. 19.

Mickey Kody Threlkeld, 18, Chouteau, was in Mayes County District Court Nov. 20, charged with second degree burglary. Threlkeld pleaded not guilty. The case was set on the preliminary hearing sounding docket Dec. 20. Bond was set at $15,000. Threlkeld, allegedly acting in concert with Brittany Ann Brown, broke into a house 22 Orphan St. south of Pryor with

the intent to steal on Nov. 19.

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