Editor’s Note: Skiatook police department arrests/detentions for the period from Friday, August 23, 2019, through early morning Friday, September 7, 2019. Information is obtained from the Skiatook Police Department and court records. Arrest or detention is not proof of guilt.

8.23

Lukas Ryan Hunt, of Skiatook. Possession of paraphernalia. Resisting an executive officer. Obstructing an officer. Public intoxication.

8.24

Nelson Anthony Aristy, of El Paso, TX. Public intoxication.

Thomas Matthew Reyes, of Skiatook. Operating a vehicle without tail lamps. DUI.

8.27

Brooklyn Cheyenne Cochran, of Hominy. Osage County warrants.

Ronald WIlliam Maxey, of Skiatook. Local Skiatook warrant.

8.29

Barry Franklin Molsbee, of Skiatook. Public intoxication.

8.30

James Harold Guinn, of Skiatook. Possession of marijuana. Possession of paraphernalia. 

Ritchie Bryan Payton, of Skiatook. Altering a license plate, decal or title. Possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Possession of paraphernalia. Failure to maintain liability insurance.

9.1

Shakiya Leanne Evans, of Prue.

Parker Shane Gaynor, of Tulsa. Driving without a license.

9.2

Heather Leeann Tatro, of Tulsa. Skiatook Municipal warrant. Driving without a license. Failure to secure a child in restraints.

9.3

Matthew Shane Gillman, of Skiatook. Public intoxication.

Lacy Prewitt, of Skiatook. Possession of paraphernalia.

Crystal Dawn Rauch, of Skiatook. Public intoxication.

9.4

Rodney Garman, of Locust Grove. Possession of drug paraphernalia. Possession of narcotics. Driving without a license. Failure to maintain insurance or security. Failure to obey a traffic control device. Alluding/attempting to elude a police officer. Possession of stolen property. Malicious injury or destruction of property. Failure to stop at the scene of an accident involving damage

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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.