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February 8, 2012

Muskogee County District Court 02.09.12

Marriage licenses

Richard James Bond, 75, and Wanda Jean Barnette, 81, both of Muskogee.

Joey Swanson, 53, and LeeAnn LaFave Byers, 53, both of Muskogee.

Protective orders

Megan Dawn Frazier vs. Andrew Robert Maxon, Feb. 21.

Shontay Leagh McDok vs. Andrew Robert Maxon, Feb. 22.

Civil suits

JP Morgan Chase Bank vs.:

• Amber Denise Dunn, et al., foreclosure.

• Randy W. Richter, et al., foreclosure.

U.S. Bank National vs. Leslie R. Ellis, et al., foreclosure.

Mark Vollintine, et al. vs. Robert Norman Roe, petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Progressive Car Finance vs. Paula Loney, petition for judgment, $7,956.87.

Small claims

Liberty Credit vs.:

• Mary Adams, $1,809.32, Feb. 29.

• Donald James Jr., $1,185.25, Feb. 29.

• Amanda King, $301.20, Feb. 29.

Armstrong Bank vs.:

• Ashley Loren Isa, $570.67, March 7.

• Jimmy Ives, $778.80, March 7.

• Jo Nell Atkins, $505.05, March 7.

• Shalonda Shenela Shine, $657.52, March 7.

• Jesse Chappelone, $1,299.11, March 7.

Initial appearances

BRISON, Darvin Eugene aka BRISON, Eugene, etc. First-degree burglary; attempted first-degree burglary; robbery by force or fear. Preliminary hearing Feb. 17. Bond $100,000.

BUTLER, Earl Wayne. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; falsely personate another to create liability; driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond $10,000.

CROWLE, Aaron Lewis. Larceny from the house; larceny of automobile. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond $10,000.

CRUTCHFIELD, Jason. Larceny from the house; larceny of automobile. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond $10,000.

EVANS, Charles Edward. Bringing contraband into jail/penal institution; possession of controlled dangerous substance. Sounding docket Feb. 22. Bond same.

JACKSON, Gregory. Knowingly concealing stolen property; identity theft; second-degree forgery; obtaining merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses; possession of controlled substance. Hearing Feb. 17. Bond $10,000.

LIVINGSTON, Linda Diane. Knowingly concealing stolen property. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond same.

MAYTON, Danny Ray. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled dangerous substance. Preliminary hearing Feb. 22. Bond $25,000.

ROSS, Darryl Cornelius. Domestic abuse-assault and battery. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond $10,000.

RUCKER, Joseph Daphton. Attempted first-degree burglary; assault; public intoxication. Sounding docket Feb. 21. Bond $5,000.

TAYLOR, Twyla Dawn aka WALKER, Twyla. Fraudulent use of identity of another; unauthorized use of credit card (three counts). Sounding docket Feb. 22. Bond same.

VAIL, Desony Dawn. Possession of controlled dangerous substance. Sounding docket Feb. 22. Bond same.

WILLIAMS, Marcus Jerome. Domestic assault and battery by strangulation; domestic abuse-assault and battery (second and subsequent). Preliminary hearing Feb. 17. Bond $5,000.

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