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April 1, 2013

Muskogee County District Court 04.02.13

— Marriage licenses

Tommy Lee Washington, 27, and Kursten Wayver Crenshaw, 23, both of Muskogee.

James Edward Bell, 27, of Sallisaw and Rosanne Rochelle Reeves, 26, of Warner.

James Eugene Rhodes, 71, and Terry Vincent Kubiak, 53, both of Checotah.

Divorce decrees

Daniel Ray Hawkins Jr. vs. Clarissa Redhat Hawkins, incompatibility.

Steven Ray Fletcher vs. Andrea Lea Fletcher, incompatibility.

Protective orders

Casey Shane Gatwood vs. Ashley Nicole Hutsell, April 9.

Ashley Nicole Hutsell vs. Casey Shane Gatwood, April 9.

Civil suits

Midland Funding vs.:

• JoAnne Boyd, petition for judgment, $2,663.31.

• Louis McConnell, petition for judgment, $3,025.10.

• Barbara Colbert, petition for judgment, $7,607.55.

Asset Acceptance vs. Janna Hearlson, petition for judgment, $4,710.43.

Capital One Bank vs. Erma J. Goode, petition for judgment, $2,205.95.

First Resolution Investment vs. Gary D. Frix, petition for judgment, $979.60.

Wells Fargo Bank vs. Joedy R. Shine, et al., foreclosure.

Bank of America vs. Maegan R. Burkett, et al., foreclosure.

Credit Bureau Services vs.:

• Benjamin Page, petition for judgment, $571.13.

• Jerry Morris, petition for judgment, $1,154.52.

U.S. Bank vs.:

• Jimmy D. Risenhoover, et al., foreclosure.

• Clifford L. Smith, et al., foreclosure.

National Collegiate Student Loan vs. Michael Williams, petition for judgment, $31,571.23.

In re: Eric Dotson, lost title.

In re: Ashley Kay Bivings, petition for change of name.

In re: Abby Leigh Matthews, petition for change of name.

Initial appearances

BRUNER, Richard. Possession of controlled dangerous substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket April 15. Bond $10,000.

BUTLER, Earl Wayne. Knowingly concealing stolen property (three counts). Preliminary hearing April 11. Bond same.

CAMPBELL, Frank. Second-degree burglary; possession of dangerous drugs without prescription; threaten to perform act of violence; public intoxication; petty larceny. Sounding docket April 15. Bond $20,000.

CROSS, James Michael Jr. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute. Preliminary hearing April 22. Bond $25,000.

FRALEY, Brian Thomas. Knowingly concealing stolen property (two counts). Sounding docket April 15. Bond $5,000.

JONES, Kentrell Dewayne. Knowingly concealing stolen property; possession of controlled dangerous substance. Sounding docket April 15. Bond same.

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