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Obituaries

June 12, 2013

Deaths 06.12.13

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PERKINS, Jeffrey Lamont, 10 a.m., Church Central. (Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home)

THORNTON, Bill Allen “Willie,” 1 p.m., Fort Gibson National Cemetery. (Cornerstone Funeral Home and Crematory)

WAITS, Michael Craig, 2 p.m., First Baptist Church, Tahlequah. (Shipman’s Muskogee Cremation & Funeral Service)

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma

Pleading

BEVENUE, Clinton McKenzie, 36, of Eufaula. Pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy.

Muskogee County District Court

Marriage license

Robert L. Williams, 72, of Porum and Dell Lynn Holcomb, 63, of Muskogee.

Protective order

Timothy Darrell Felts vs. Brian Keith Bias, June 20.

Civil suits

Ezra Jones, et al. vs. Joel Todd Seymour, et al., petition for judgment, excess of $10,000.

JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Carl Edward Jones Sr., et al., foreclosure.

Cach vs. Justin D. Owens, petition for judgment, $1,078.20.

Credit Bureau Services vs. Glenda Thompson, petition for judgment, $1,420.46.

Small claims

Muskogee Housing Authority vs.:

• Terral Manuel, forcible entry and detainer, June 24.

• Amanda Adams, forcible entry and detainer, June 24.

Initial appearances

ADAMS, Tevin Daquan. Knowingly concealing stolen property (two counts). Preliminary hearing June 21. Held without bond.

JOHNSON, Damien Marshone. Intimidation of witness. Sounding docket June 24. Bond $20,000.

ROSS, Billy Lynn. Knowingly concealing stolen property. Preliminary hearing June 25. Bond $5,000.

ROYSE, Kevin Lynn. Aggravated assault and battery. Sounding docket July 1. Bond same.

RUSSELL, Tiffany Marie. Possession of controlled dangerous substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Preliminary hearing June 24. Bond $10,000.

Acceleration

JOHNSON, Bethany Ann. Child abuse. Hearing July 1. Bond $5,000.

Revocations

BARRETT, Bruce Edward. Possession of controlled substance (second and subsequent); driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked; failure to carry insurance/security verification form. Hearing June 17. Held without bond.

ROSS, Billy Lynn. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to manufacture. Hearing June 25. Bond $2,500.

RUSSELL, Tiffany Marie. Unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance without a prescription; actual physical control of vehicle under the influence; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance without a prescription. Hearing June 24. Bond $5,000.

Sentencing

GILLMAN, Matthew Shane. Possession of cell phone or electronic device in penal institution. Sentenced June 7. Five years suspended. Fined $250.

PARNELL, Andrew Michael. Reckless furnishing of pseudoephedrine. Sentenced June 6. 10 years suspended upon successful completion of drug court. Fined $1,000.

REED, Olivia. Possession of controlled dangerous substance (second and subsequent); public intoxication. Sentenced June 7. Five years suspended. Fined $600.

SOBKOWIAK, Jennifer. Obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses. Sentenced June 7. Five years suspended. Fined $500.

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