Joe Deric Turner, 29, and Opal LeAnn Justice, 28, both of Muskogee.
Jimmie Ross Curry vs. Tammy Jean Curry, incompatibility.
Christy L. Richards vs. Brian A. Richards, incompatibility.
Lauren Chelsea Sholes vs. Beau Allen Cain, Sept. 3.
Willie M. Watson vs. Adam Hopkin, Aug. 29.
Michael Scott Smith, et al. vs. Wells Fargo Bank, quiet title.
Frank Gillilan, et al. vs. The heirs of Wanita I. Gillilan Merritt, et al., quiet title.
Green Tree Servicing vs. Marshall Dugan, et al., foreclosure.
Winn & Associates vs. Emcare Physician Providers, et al., petition for judgment, $315,000.
Garden Walk Apartments of Warner vs. Brennan Toney, et al., $706.90, Aug. 28.
Garry Lee Weiesnbach vs. Carolyn J. McElmurry, et al., $860, Sept. 9.
GRANADOS, Antonio. Possession of controlled dangerous substance; driving a motor vehicle while under the influence-alcohol aggravated (second and subsequent); driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked; speeding-posted zone; failure to pay taxes due to state. Sounding docket Sept. 4. Bond $25,000.
FOX, Jesse Richard. Possession of contraband by inmate; knowingly concealing stolen property; unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possess firearm during commission of a felony. Hearing Aug. 30. Bond $30,000.
JESSE, Mark. Driving under the influence of alcohol (third and subsequent). Hearing Aug. 29. Bond $1,500.
SPENCER, Patrice. Distribute/possess controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of park/school; unlawful delivery of narcotic. Hearing Sept. 3. Bond $5,000.
SANDERS, Adam Randall. Uttering forged instrument (two counts); knowingly concealing stolen property. Sentenced Aug. 19. Three seven-year sentences with all but the first two years suspended.
LEAL, Montana. Driving under the influence; leaving scene of accident; obstructing an officer. Fort Gibson arrest.
MOORE, Darla Vonda. Driving under the influence. County arrest.
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