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November 13, 2012

Muskogee County District Court 11.14.12

Marriage licenses

Ramiro Rangel Castaneda, 32, and Regina Lee Langer, 33, both of Muskogee.

Charles Kenneth Pritchard, 19, and Chelsea Ashton Crumpler, 18, both of Muskogee.

Divorce decrees

Lesley Davis vs. Andrew James Davis, incompatibility

Protective orders

Barbara Wallace vs. Cameron Brazille, Nov. 20.

Civil suits

Saint Francis Health System vs. Kerri Harmer, petition for judgment, $2,625.17.

Discover Bank vs.:

• Charlsie M. Moore, petition for judgment, $2,625.17.

• Melissa M. Jones, petition for judgment, $2,488.94.

Arvest Bank vs. Fazal Hussain, petition for judgment, $3,781.82.

HSBC Mortgage Services vs. Bennett T. Willis, et al., foreclosure.

Anitra Jones vs. Thelma Lightle, petition for judgment, unspecified amount.

Small claims

Jim Hart vs. Clint Stacy, $400, Nov. 28.

Midwestern Loans vs.:

• Clifford A. Robbins, $1,030.91, Nov. 28.

• Chrissy Marguerite Lewis, $1,207.75, Nov. 28.

Gene Arthur Morgan vs. Gene Points, $1,295, Nov. 28.

Initial appearances

CARR, Kaitlyn Elizabeth. Knowingly concealing stolen property; petty larceny. Sounding docket Nov. 27. Bond same.

DAVILA, Merri Dale. Knowingly concealing stolen property. Sounding docket Nov. 27. Bond same.

HILL, Jerry Dale. Cruelty to animals; reckless conduct with firearm. Sounding docket Nov. 27. Bond $5,000.

JONES, Clinton Carl. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence-alcohol aggravated. Preliminary hearing Nov. 21. Bond $5,000.

MUNSON, William Floyd. Second-degree burglary; grand larceny. Preliminary hearing Nov. 27. Bond $10,000.

THORNTON, Travis Lee. Embezzlement. Sounding docket Nov. 27. Bond same.

WATTS, Darren James. Second-degree burglary. Sounding docket Nov. 27. Bond $15,000.

Accelerations

LEE, Shawn Bernard. Obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses; conspiracy to commit obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses. Hearing Nov. 27. Bond $10,000.

MUNSON, William Floyd. Unauthorized use of a vehicle. Hearing Nov. 27. Bond $5,000.

SMITH, Bradley Wayne. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled substance. Hearing Nov. 27. Bond $400.

Revocations

CAGLE, Brenda Kay. Identity theft; child neglect; embezzlement; felony value-false pretenses/bogus check/con game (two counts). Hearing Nov. 21. Bond $120,000.

JONES, Clinton Carl. Domestic abuse-assault and battery (second and subsequent). Hearing Nov. 21. Bond same.

TEMPLE, James. Possession of controlled substance (three counts); possession of firearm after former felony conviction; unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute (two counts). Hearing Nov. 26. Bond $30,000.

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