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Police & Courts

October 28, 2011

Court and police report 10-29

— Disclaimer

The Angela Cantrell listed in Wednesday’s court records lists her address at 602 N. Parkinson, Wagoner.

Marriage licenses

Jordan Alan Gates, 27, and Kristi Sanders, 25, both of Gore.

Robert Glen Mayfield, 24, and Amber Lynn Hitchcock, 22, both of Muskogee.

Carl Willis Olson, 23, and Katy Faye Culver, 23, both of Porum.

Dusty Gene Rhodes Jr., 30, and Kristina Marie Warner, 26, both of Muskogee.

Protective orders

Echo Charlie Poorman vs. Kalah Poorman, Nov. 8.

Lynzee Michela Reed vs. Christopher Neal McLaury, Nov. 8.

Small claims

Western Finance vs. Vicki Askew, $1,281.67, Nov. 9.

Neurological Associates vs. Floyd Salzbrenner, $6,000, Nov. 16.

Foxcroft Villa Apartments vs. Latisha Luttrell, $460, Nov. 9.

BCV Holdings vs. David W. McKee, $590, Nov. 9.

Stephens General Dentistry vs.:

• Alisha Potts, $1,187, Nov. 28.

• Crystal Butler, $469.60, Nov. 28.



Acceleration

SMITH, Michael Shane. Assault and battery with a deadly weapon; assault and battery upon police officer; carrying firearm while under the influence. Hearing Nov. 7. Bond $3,000.

Revocations

GUERRA, Robert Luis. Possession of firearm after former felony conviction; obstructing officer; possession of controlled substance. Hearing Nov. 14. Bond same.

SMITH, Michael Shane. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (second and subsequent); failure to pay taxes due to state. Hearing Nov. 7. Bond $3,000.

WALKER, Eric Isaiah. Attempted first-degree rape; kidnapping; domestic abuse-assault and battery; felony value-false pretenses/bogus check/con game. Hearing Nov. 7. Bond $10,000.



Civil suits

Annetta M. Glenn vs. Family Dollar Stores, petition for judgment, $74,999.

Carolyn Wilbourn, et al. vs. Kathy Lynn Wyrick, et al., petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Franklin W. Lindsey, et al. vs. Ronald Andrew Compton, et al., petition for judgment, excess of $10,000.

Bank of New York vs. Portia L. Graham, et al., foreclosure.

21st Mortgage vs. Cathy Eller, petition for judgment, $8,473.84.

Leora Courtney vs. Love’s Travel Stops, et al., petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Jayson Anderson, et al. vs. Michael Parsons, petition for judgment, excess of $10,000.

Midland Funding vs.:

• John Mauboules, petition for judgment, $4,906.74.

• Kevin Barrow, petition for judgment, $6,460.43.

• Deborah White, petition for judgment, $2,070.24.

• Ricky Delossantos, petition for judgment, $4,754.59.

• Michael Pruet, petition for judgment, $2,061.96.

Marshall Recovery vs. Darren G, Matthews, petition for judgment, $1,487.40.

Portfolio Recovery vs.:

• Shellyann B. Bolger, petition for judgment, $2,401.74.

• James Mendenhall, petition for judgment, $1,226.13.

Capital One Bank vs. Carla Neale, petition for judgment, $3,833.03.

Initial appearances

DISMUKES, Daniel. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to distribute. Sounding docket Nov. 15. Bond same.

GUERRA, Robert Luis. Plan/attempt/conspire to perform act of violence. Preliminary hearing Nov. 14. Bond same.

MURRAY, Hustle aka MURRAY, Dan aka BULLARD, Dan. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to distribute. Sounding docket Nov. 15. Bond same.

PARENT, Ryan Matthew. First-degree burglary; domestic abuse-assault and battery; malicious injury to property-under $1,000. Sounding docket Nov. 14. Bond $1,500.

REECE, Virginia. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to distribute. Sounding docket Nov. 15. Bond same.

RUCKER, Ronald Anthony. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to distribute. Preliminary hearing Nov. 15. Bond same.

SPARKS, Andrea N. Uttering forged instrument; knowingly concealing stolen property; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket Nov. 14. Bond same.

WRIGHT, Nicholas Wayne. Endeavoring to manufacture controlled dangerous substance/possess material with intent to manufacture; possession of controlled dangerous substance; possess firearms after conviction or during probation. Preliminary hearing Nov. 15. Bond $25,000.

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