, Muskogee, OK

Local News

March 19, 2013

Muskogee County District Court 03.20.13

— Marriage license

Steven Joe Ramsey, 28, and Sharla Joy Cope, 28, both of Muskogee.

Divorce decree

Trenton Edward Waight vs. Carol Ann Waight, incompatibility.

Civil suits

Love Bottling Company vs. Pinnacle V. Properties, et al., replevin.

GE Capital Retail Bank vs.:

• Sandra Thach, petition for judgment, $2,651.99.

• Cari Alexander, petition for judgment, $1,651.90.

Jose Bribiesca, et al. vs. Hector Gutierrez, petition for judgment, $2,466.93.

Midland Funding vs.:

• Matthew Harrison, petition for judgment, $2,251.81.

• Amanda Durant, petition for judgment, $1,492.98.

Target National Bank vs. Terrance L. Mills, petition for judgment, $2,816.75.

Portfolio Recovery vs.:

• Mark A. Smith, petition for judgment, $6,159.29.

• Danny C. Swanson, petition for judgment, $1,082.52.

Small claims

Karen Newell vs. John Rainwater, $900, March 27.

Serena Read vs. Jimmy Clymer, $650, April 1.

John White vs. James McKay, et al., $5,334, March 27.

Jan McKinne vs. Interline Brands, et al., $7,315.86, April 22.

Liberty Credit vs.:

• Gregory Ryan, $255.90, April 17.

• KeAndre Ragsdale, $309, April 17.

• Machelle Lyons, $481.26, April 17.

• Quention Kidd, $324.10, April 17.

• Wanda Kidd, $262.90, April 17.

• Christine Hankins, $499.54, April 17.

• Clint Stacy, $286.40, April 17.

Initial appearances

BRAZILLE, Cameron Cleo. Embezzlement. Sounding docket April 2. Bond $5,000.

GILLETTE, Scott Allen. Grand larceny; eluding/attempting to elude police officer; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; resisting an officer; speeding-posted zone. Sounding docket April 2. Bond same.

GONZALES, Pepita. Uttering two or more bogus checks exceeding $500. Preliminary hearing April 1. Bond $500.

LEWIS Raymond Jr. Grand larceny. Sounding docket April 2. Bond same.

LUCAS, Aaron Sky. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute. Sounding docket April 2. Bond $50,000.

MILLER, DeAndre. Second-degree burglary; possession of burglary tools. Sounding docket April 2. Bond $7,500.

ROECK, Dylan Robert. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute. Sounding docket April 2. Bond same.

SMITH, Keyonta DeShawn. Second-degree burglary; possession of burglary tools. Sounding docket April 2. Bond $7,500.


GONZALES, Pepita. Permitting injury to minor child. Hearing April 1. Bond $2,500.


CRAFT, Tyrone Cornelius. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possession of controlled dangerous substance. Sentenced March 15. Five years suspended. Fined $500.

HORNE, Kevin Lane. First-degree burglary; assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Sentenced March 19. 10 years suspended. Fined $200.

DUI arrest

WATSON, Joshua Wade. Driving under the influence; transporting opened container. City arrest.


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