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Information in this column was obtained from the Osage County Court Clerk’s database and other public documents for the period ending May 24, 2019. Not every incident leads to a charge under the law. If charges are filed, guilt, innocence, or other liability is determined by a court of law. Some names may be similar or even identical to those of individuals not involved in these cases.

CRIMINAL FELONY PROCEEDINGS

Jeffrey Chenoweth, of Pawhuska. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Defective vehicle.

Everett Ray Spencer, of Pawhuska. Grand larceny.

Craig Wallace Wood, of Wynona. Burglary in the first degree. Assault , battery or assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Malicious injury to property under $1000.

CRIMINAL MISDEMEANOR PROCEEDINGS

Don Antoine Bowens, of Ponca City. Possession of a credit card belonging to another. Receiving, holding or concealing a lost or mislaid card.

William Earl Brashier, of Sand Springs. Driving without a license. Operating a motorcycle without a license and endorsement. Failure to maintain insurance or security. Failure to pay all taxes due to state.

Michael Coleman Champlain, of Locust Grove. Public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

Sierra Dawn Gay, of Skiatook. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.

Devin Lee Golay, of Blackwell. Driving while privilege to drive is suspended.

Alfred Nathaniel Jones, of Broken Arrow. Malicious injury to property under $1000.

Melissa Knight, of Tulsa. Public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

Patrick Steven Lyons, of Pawhuska. Public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

Sonya Jean Marcus, of Tulsa. Larceny of merchandise from a retailer.

Kenneth Russell McLane, of Tulsa. Possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Transporting an open container of alcohol. Driving left of center.

Ashley Nicole Robbins, of Skiatook. Public intoxication and disturbing the peace.

Ashley Marie Shelton, of Stratford. Driving with a license cancelled/suspended/revoked. Speeding in excess of lawful maximum limit.

Jason Wade Welch, of Ponca City. Driving while privilege to drive is suspended.

PROTECTIVE ORDERS

Cynthia K. Ivey vs. Robin R. Ivey

CIVIL CASES OVER $10,000

Joseph King Hadlock vs. General Motors Company – Negligence

Kay County Oklahoma Hospital LLC vs. Joshua Seller – Suit on account

Midfirst Bank vs. Marquis Harlin – Foreclosure

CIVIL CASES UNDER $10,000

Autovest LLC vs. Jordan Alexander – Breach of contract

Capital One vs. Jimmie A. Blake – Indebtedness

Capital One Bank vs. Dorthy Julios – Indebtedness

Cavalry SPV I LLC vs. Tanner Ducotey – Indebtedness

Jefferson Capital Systems LLC vs. Angela Lunsford – Indebtedness

Kay Cuonty Oklahoma Hospital LLC vs. Danielle Wade

Unifund CCR LLC vs. Kim Michael Bowman – Indebtedness

SMALL CLAIMS CASES UNDER $6,000

Sharon Boyanowski vs. Joshua Greer – Forcible entry and detainer

Sharon Boyanowski vs. Amanda Jones – Forcible entry and detainer

Shirley L. Hale vs. Charles Dean Dipman – Forcible entry and detainer

Tower Loans vs. Zubulon Allen – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Kendra Baker – Money damages

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Donald Black – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Cassidy Carr – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Billy Dobbs – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Johnny Hiser – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Courtney Lewis – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Josh Monroe – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Kenya Richard – Money judgment

World Acceptance Corporation vs. Deon Roy – Money judgment

FAMILY AND DOMESTIC PROCEEDINGS

Jerry Lee Darrow vs. Kimberly Dosha Darrow – Divorce

MARRIAGE LICENSE

Albert C. Warnock and Adrian Detrail Stehr

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Lindsey is the managing editor for the Skiatook Journal. She holds an M.A in English from the University of Central Oklahoma. Prior to the start of her news career in 2011, Renuard was a professor of English at the University of Central Oklahoma.