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November 27, 2013

Court charges drug and alcohol-related

PRYOR, OK — Court charges drug and alcohol-related



Twenty-two minutes, 23 charges and over $750,000 bond.

These are the numbers that kicked off Mayes County District Court's afternoon arraignments Monday, though the docket was primarily misdemeanor charges.

Brandy Marshall, Locust Grove, is charged with malicious injury to property, a felony. She was present in the courtroom, having already posted a $5,000 bond. She was informed her charges as filed can carry up to five years in the Department of Corrections. Marshall was read her rights and her case was continued to Jan. 9.

James Pulley, Rose, is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with an open container of liquor and an open container of beer, driving without valid insurance and driving with a suspended license. He pleaded not guilty and his case was continued to Feb. 21.

Robert Champlain, Locust Grove, is charged with violating a protective order and is being held in the Mayes County Jail on a $5,000 bond. He pleaded not guilty and his case was continued to Feb. 21 for the jury sounding docket.

Tulsa resident Richard Tilford is charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. He was arrested by the Mayes County Sheriff's Office. Bond on that charge was set at $2,000. For failure to pay $2,581 in another case, Tilford's bond was set at 10 times the amount owed. Both cases were continued to Dec. 12.

James Partridge, Claremore, appeared after being picked up on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear. The original charge was possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of paraphernalia. Partridge said he failed to appear because he was in the custody of the Rogers County Jail where he is being charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of paraphernalia, obstructing an officer, assault on a police officer  and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

Partridge is also charged with failure to complete community service. He was previously ordered to do 120 hours of community service in lieu of 30 days in jail. For failure to complete the required hours, he is now ordered to spend 30 days in the Mayes County Jail.

 

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