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October 25, 2010

Muskogee County District Court 10.26.10

Protective orders

Krystal N. Johnson vs.:

• Sandra Faye Cooper, Nov. 9.

• Rickesha Carter, Nov. 9.

Vivian Marie Webber vs. John-Michael Wesley Webber, Nov. 17.

Velma Jeanice Walkingstick vs. Danny Joe Herndon, Nov. 17.

Civil suits

Muskogee Regional Medical Center vs.:

• Fredia L. Brown, petition for judgment, $15,008.36.

• Yaneth Murrieta, petition for judgment, $1,562.32.

• Gregorio Jimenez, petition for judgment, $3,448.53.

• Cristy Ann Longley, petition for judgment, $1,850.18.

CACH vs. Judy A. Delossantos, petition for judgment, $3,896.12.

Cavalry Portfolio vs.:

• Donald Branchcomb, petition for judgment, $4,312.47.

• Gennifer Hudgins, petition for judgment, $3,243.90.

• Anna Watts, petition for judgment, $22,729.

GE Money Bank vs.:

• Wanda Ratliff, petition for judgment, $1,399.84.

• Doris Davis, petition for judgment, $2,140.93.

Matthew’s International-Casket Division vs. Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors Inc., petition for judgment, $86,035.01.

Small claims

Muskogee Housing Authority et al., vs.:

• Jennifer A. Wilson, forcible entry and detainer, Nov. 5.

• Samantha Miller, forcible entry and detainer, Nov. 5.

D. Andy Chapin dba Andy’s Convenience Store vs. Jess and Paula Jean Walker, $248.58, Nov. 3.

Initial appearances

CROWDER, Martin David. Possession of controlled substance. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond $25,000.

GRAY, Stephen P. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond $20,000.

HARP, Dustin William. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled substance. Preliminary Hearing Dec. 16. Bond $25,000.

HARP, Jennifer. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled substance. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond same.

HOOD, John Patrick. Knowingly concealing stolen property; false declaration of ownership in pawn. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond $7,500.

HUGHES, Eric Twan. Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Preliminary hearing Nov. 4. Bond same.

HUGHES, Roger Dale. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled substance. Preliminary hearing Nov. 4. Bond same.

McLEMORE, Bobby Dee. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled substance. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond same.

MORTON, Kenneth Jr., Possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction; feloniously pointing a firearm. Sounding docket Nov. 8. Bond $20,000.

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