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Police & Courts

October 26, 2011

Court and police report 10-27

— Muskogee County District Court

 

Civil suits

Coy C. Priddy Jr., et al. vs. Benjamin F. Walters, et al., petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Erica Dreadfulwater, et al. vs. Eric J. Hughes, petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Carolyn Machlan vs. Muskogee Community Hospital, petition for judgment, excess of $75,000.

Saber Acceptance Company vs.:

• Ricci C. Phillips, et al., petition for judgment, $2,646.16.

• Roger Michael Gilberts, petition for judgment, $5,647.89.

• Daniel A. Amann, petition for judgment, $3,979.52.

Citi Bank vs.:

• Candy L. Whittenberg, petition for judgment, $5,918.89.

• Larhonda Knapper, petition for judgment, $1,805.83.

Marriage licenses

Tyler Shae Streater, 24, and Tracy Nicole Streater, 23, both of Fort Gibson.

David Wayne Foster, 56, and Carolyn Ann Hightower, 57, both of Calvin.

Protective orders

Summer Dawn McLemore vs. Hank Aaron McLemore, Nov. 8.

Darla Fitzgerald vs. Christian Scott Fitzgerald, Nov. 8.

DUI arrests

BOROVETZ, Daniel L. Driving under the influence; carrying a weapon while under the influence of alcohol. County arrest.

STONEBARGER, Nathan A. Driving under the influence. City arrest.

Muskogee County District Court

Initial appearances

BARCZAK, Jay J. Embezzlement. Sounding docket Nov. 9. Bond $5,000.

LUSK, James Morgan. Knowingly concealing stolen property. Preliminary hearing Nov. 4. Bond $10,000.

SCOGGINS, Brent Jesse. Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; assault with a dangerous weapon; domestic assault and battery in presence of minor (second and subsequent). Preliminary hearing Nov. 4. Bond $75,000.

THOMPSON, Richard. Abuse of vulnerable or incapacitated adult. Sounding docket Nov. 9. Bond $10,000.

TUCKER, Keith Ray. Second-degree rape; domestic abuse-assault and battery; contributing to the delinquency of minors. Sounding docket Nov. 9. Bond $50,000.

TRUSSELL, Kurt Thomas. Assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Preliminary hearing Nov. 4. Bond $75,000.

Revocations

ADKINS, Larry Roy. Possession of controlled substance; possession of firearm after former felony conviction. Hearing Nov. 4. Bond $2,500.

LUSK, James Morgan. Knowingly concealing stolen property (two counts); larceny from the house; receiving, holding, or concealing lost or mislaid card; possession of credit/debit card belonging to another. Hearing Nov. 4. Bond $15,000.

SCOGGINS, Brent Jesse. Lewd molestation. Hearing Nov. 4. Bond $10,000.

TRUSSELL, Kurt Thomas. Second-degree burglary; knowingly concealing stolen property. Hearing Nov. 4. Bond $10,000.

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