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May 2, 2013

Muskogee County District Court 05.02.13

— Civil suits

State of Oklahoma, ex rel; et al. vs.:

• $939 cash (Kacy Addison), seizure and forfeiture.

• $1,138 cash (James Baccus, et al.), seizure and forfeiture.

• $945 cash (Jada Hudson), seizure and forfeiture.

• $445 cash (Richard Johnson), seizure and forfeiture.

• $1,426 cash (Jody Pease, et al.) seizure and forfeiture.

Bank of America vs. Julie Woods, et al., foreclosure.

U.S. Bank vs. Tara A. Wilkie, et al., foreclosure.

Amanda Alston vs. Nathan A. Benge, petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Loretta Parks vs. Lloyd Gray II, petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Sheila A. Lawson vs. Bryan W. Lawson, petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Tiffany Davis vs. Jeremy Collins, petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Heather F. Cornejo vs. Sean C. Looney, petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Angela L. Cline vs. Gary M. Cline Jr., petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

Kelsey Nicole Reed vs. Richard L. Brewer Jr., petition to determine parentage and establish child support.

In re: Tasha Anderson on behalf of Bentley Wayne Turner, petition for change of name.

Small claims

Bacone College vs.:

• Billie Godwin, $431.47, June 5.

• Marsha Coon, $419.86, June 5.

• William Butcher, $664.32, June 5.

Initial appearances

AMERSON, Ely Issy. Assault and battery upon police officer; resisting an officer; public intoxication. Sounding docket May 15. Bond $15,000.

BARRY, Richard Jeremy. Failure to notify address change as a sex offender; residing with minor children; sex offender living within 2,000 feet of school. Preliminary hearing May 13. Bond $25,000.

BUTLER, Landrea Ravell. Eluding/attempting to elude police officer; running a roadblock (two counts); speeding-posted zone; driving without a driver’s license. Sounding docket May 15. Bond $25,000.

CANARD, Thomas Joseph. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (second and subsequent). Sounding docket May 15. Bond $5,000.

DUTTON, Wesley Colt. Attempted first-degree robbery; sexual battery. Preliminary hearing May 13. Bond $100,000.

LIPE, Barbara Jean. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol; leaving scene of accident damaged fixture. Disposition docket June 19. Bond same.

MAXWELL, Jonathan. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possess firearm during commission of a felony; possession of controlled dangerous substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket May 15. Bond $100,000.

McGEE, Kyle. Larceny of automobile. Sounding docket May 15. Bond $15,000.

ORTEGA, William Raymond. Trafficking in illegal drugs; possess firearm during commission of a felony; child neglect. Sounding docket May 15. Bond $100,000.

PENDERGRAFT, Freddie Dewayne. Possession of controlled dangerous substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket May 15. Bond same.

REED, Olivia. Possession of controlled dangerous substance (second and subsequent); public intoxication. Sounding docket May 15. Bond same.

VOGEL, Jenita Raylene. Possession of controlled dangerous substance (two counts). Preliminary hearing May 21. Bond same.

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