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January 23, 2013

Muskogee County District Court 01.24.13

— Marriage license

Adam Matthew Cotten, 26, and Crystalenia Rosalie Hunter, 29, both of Muskogee.

Divorce decree

Brian Eugene Maxwell vs. Katina Linetta Maxwell, incompatibility.

Protective order

Bonnie Sue Stark vs. Dustin Gene Siedlick, Feb. 7.

Civil suits

State Farm Fire and Casualty Insurance vs. Curtis Jenkins, petition for judgment, $6,418,77.

Yellowbook vs. Muskogee Diagnostic Imaging, et al., petition for judgment, $9,290.64.

Springleaf Financial vs.:

• Amanda S. Keener, petition for judgment, $3,181.09.

• Figuero R. Salazar, petition for judgment, $5,469.64.

Muskogee Regional Medical Center vs.:

• Ayla Jade Richerson, petition for judgment, $2,213.19.

• Crystal Shantel Smith, petition for judgment, $5,604.67.

Bank of New York Mellon vs. Gayla D. Hart, et al., foreclosure.

Banco Popular North America vs. Gerardo Garcia Martinez, et al., foreclosure.

Small claims

Muskogee Affordable Housing vs.:

• Anju Hitchye, $162, Feb. 6.

• Melody Prater, $424, Feb. 6.

• Nakia Gordon, $623, Feb. 6.

• Louie Ashley Jr., $294, Feb. 6.

• Tasha Irving, $103, Feb. 6.

Liberty Credit vs.:

• Flora Ridgel, $363.89, Feb. 13.

• Kimberly Willis, $507.13, Feb. 13.

• Shurenda Titsworth, $154.94, Feb. 13.

• Clinton Thomas, $303.62, Feb. 13.

• Aaron Tate, $396.02, Feb. 13.

• John Steele, $523.04, Feb. 13.

• Martha Smith, $1,499.04, Feb. 13.

• Beverly Smith, $412.47, Feb. 13.

• Ronald Shanks, $257.26, Feb. 13.

• Sheila Ramirez, $257.26, Feb. 13.

• Cary Pruitt, $362.60, Feb. 13.

• John Prado, $222.48, Feb. 13.

• Nicole Norwood, $154.94, Feb. 13.

• Lavelma Lindsey, $476.52, Feb. 13.

• Jason Jones, $369.07, Feb. 13.

• Bryan Horton, $324.11, Feb. 13.

Bell Finance vs.:

• Rachel Stevens, $1,122, Feb. 6.

• Larry Sampson, $817.60, Feb. 6.

Initial appearances

ABRIL, Michael J. Assault with a deadly weapon; eluding/attempting to elude police officer; possession of firearm after former felony conviction. Preliminary hearing Feb. 4. Bond $25,000.

BRANCHCOMB, Robert Clayton. First-degree robbery. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $100,000.

COOPER, Raundel. Distribution of controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of park/school/minor under 12; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond same.

COX, Beainco Lamor Mondale. Conspiracy to commit robbery with a weapon; robbery with a weapon. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $100,000.

DANIEL, Bryan Alan. Domestic assault and battery by strangulation. Preliminary hearing Feb. 4. Bond $10,000.

HEMBREE, Alisha Jon. Child neglect. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond same.

HEMBREE, Brandon Kirk. Child neglect. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $10,000.

MORTON, Andre D. Shaun II aka MORTON, Andra D. Shaun. Conspiracy to commit robbery with a weapon; robbery with a weapon. Preliminary hearing Feb. 4. Bond $100,000.

MULKEY, Jessica Lynn. Second-degree burglary. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $5,000.

OLIVER, Fred Anthony. Larceny of merchandise from retailer. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond same.

OLIVER, Jimmy Leroy. Second-degree burglary. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $5,000.

TAFOYA, Annabell. Child neglect. Preliminary hearing Feb. 4. Bond $10,000.

TOMBLINSON, Steven Loyd. Failure to register as sex offender; provide false/misleading registration information. Preliminary hearing Feb. 4. Bond $10,000.

YOUNG, Bobby Joe. Lewd or indecent acts to child under 16. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $50,000.

ZEFERINO, Dario. Child neglect. Sounding docket Feb. 6. Bond $10,000.

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