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October 19, 2009

Accused appear on sounding docket

U.S. Legal defines a Sounding Docket as: “…a case management procedure in court where cases are called and scheduled for hearing or trial. Sounding is for the purpose of setting the docket and scheduling cases.”

The following cases are some that appeared on the sounding docket Thursday, Oct. 15, at 9:30 a.m. Special District Judge Gary Dean presided. Many of the names have appeared in previous stories in The Daily Times.

Kris Hilton, Jessica Simons, Carol Jean Lacy and Sean Simons, all of Tulsa, and Quinn Simons, Adair, are co-defendants. All are charged with manufacture of a controlled dangerous

substance. They received Brant Shallenburger as their court-appointed attorney. Shallenburger was not in attendance. Judge Dean continued the case to the Nov. 12 docket. The defendants are to appear with their attorney at that time.

Debbie Sue Howell is charged with possession or selling of paraphernalia and seizure and forfeiture of weapons. Shallenburger is her court-appointed attorney. Shallenburger was not in attendance. Judge Dean continued the case to the Nov. 19 docket. Howell is to appear with her attorney.

Lonnie Dean Hughes is charged with first degree burglary and first degree rape. His case was continued to the Nov. 19 docket. He has applied for a court-appointed attorney.

Zachary George is charged with child sexual abuse. George’s attorney is Jack Gordon, Jr. He will appear at a preliminary hearing sounding docket on Dec. 17, at 9:30 a.m.

Chad Allen Felts is charged with grand larceny and knowingly concealing stolen property. His attorney is Winston Connor II. The case was continued to the Dec. 3 preliminary hearing

sounding docket. The defendant’s wife, Rachelle Felts, filed an emergency protective order against Chad Felts on

Oct. 5. It was granted on the same day.

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