Public Records

November 2, 2012

Public Records

Oct. 31, 2012 - Nov. 2, 2012


$10,000 OR MORE

• Bank of America vs. Anthony Lewis of Tuttle for foreclosure.

• Wells Fargo Bank vs. Kimberley Owen of Tuttle for foreclosure.


$10,000 OR LESS

• Cach LLC vs. Philip Edwin Flournoy of Minco for money judgement.

• Donald Ferguson vs. Shana Farley for money judgement.

• LVNV Funding LLC vs. Maranda Saldivar of Chickasha for money judgement.



• State of Oklahoma vs. Vernon Fulton of Chickasha for actual phyiscal control.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Jay Allan Keith of Oklahoma City for robbery with a firearm.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Miteshkumar Patel of Chickasha for DUI.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Darlina Wilson of Chickasha for possession of firearm after former conviction.



• State of Oklahoma vs. Martin Kyle Brownen for DUS, second offense.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Lara Jernigan for aggravated DUI.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Larry Lankford for DUR.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Joseph Robinson for DUI under 21 years of age.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Christopher Verser for DUS.

• State of Oklahoma vs. Gary Allen White for actual physical control of vehicle while intoxicated.



• Steve Blackburn and Jennifer Ranae.

• Jimmy Ray Vanbuskirk and Shauna Sue Maddox.


Police Reports

Oct. 31 - Nov. 1

• Miteshkumar R Patel was arrested for driving under the influence and driving with a defective headlamp at the 2700 block on S 4th ST.

• Jeffrey Jones was arrested for DUS at the 400 block on W Kansas AV.

• An incident of child abuse/child endangerment was reported at 100 block on S 9TH ST.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 1700 block on S 7th ST.

• A first degree burglary was reported at the 2000 block on S 1ST.

• Officers took a report of fraud at the 1700 block on Opal DR.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 800 block on W Alabama AV.

• John Hunt Jr. was arrested for city warrants at the 200 block on S 4th ST.

• Rodney Thompson was arrested for city warrants at the 200 block on Kansas AV.

• A second degree burglary was reported at the 1300 block on W Idaho AV.

• Two juvenile males were arrested for second degree burglary and knowingly possessing stolen property.

• Larceny of an automobile was reported at the 600 block on N 7th ST.

• Jillian Kizer was arrested at the 0 block on Ridgecrest DR. for city warrants.

• A first degree burglary was reported at the 2400 block on Pearl.

• A found property report was issued on S 18th ST.

• An officer took a petit larceny report at the 100 block on N John P Cowen DR.

• A violation of a final protective order was issuesd on the 1900 block on W Montana.

• Officers arrested a white male for public intoxication at the 1200 block on S 19th ST.

• Officers took a report of bogus checks at Love’s South at the 1300 block on S 4th ST.

• Cellie Chalepah was arrested for city warrants at the 600 block on E Oklhaoma AV.

• A rape was reported at the 1600 block on Henderson ST.

• A warrant was served for Dallas Dixon in the 600 block on W Virgina AV.

• A male was arrested based on a warrant at the 1400 block on N 16TH ST.

• Jason Peterson was arrested on city warrants at the 1700 block on W Virginia AV.

• Officers took a second degree burglary report at the 3000 blcok on S 9th ST.

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