Tyler Lee Wood, 18, and Kelsey Lane Croman, 18, both of Muskogee.
Jordan T. Marks, 19, of Muskogee and Crystal Dawn Richardson, 16, of Wagoner.
Jesse Michael Short, 21, of Claremore and Tiffany Renee Russell, 20, of Fort Gibson.
Luis Carlos Spencer Sanchez, 24, and Chiara Giannone, 21, both of Tulsa.
Keith Alan Creekmore, 49, of McAlester and Linda Kay Millican, 52, of Checotah.
Terry Eugene Pierce, 34, and Amanda Beth Wright, 31, both of Muskogee.
Hunter Phillips Breckinridge, 21, and Elyse Nicole Burcham, 22, both of Tulsa.
John Micheal Stevenson, 19, and Katie Liauna Ballew, 19, both of Fort Gibson.
Colby Don King, 30, and Phallyn Dalea Vaughn, 30, both of Muskogee.
Bruce Edward Wynn, 42, of College Station, Texas, and Cheryl Ann Brymer, 42, of Muskogee.
Keri Lee Espino vs. Felix Espino Jr., incompatibility.
Georgia Donell Perryman vs. Dennis Ray Perryman, incompatibility.
Tammy Paul-Craven vs. James Darren Reed, incompatibility.
Rosalyn Brown vs. Stevie Brown, incompatibility.
Crystal Marie Butler vs. Joseph Michael Butler, incompatibility.
Phyllis Ann Sevier vs. George Allen Sevier Sr., incompatibility.
Phillip Lee Perkins vs. Robin D. Perkins, July 31.
Citi Financial Services vs. Jeffrey A. Harrison, et al., foreclosure.
U.S. Bank National vs. Sarah Warren, et al., foreclosure.
Sarah Powell vs. Kathy West, petition for judgment, excess of $10,000.
Credit Bureau Services vs. Floyd Lancaster, petition for judgment, $1,011.06.
Midland Funding vs.:
• Michael Skaggs, petition for judgment, $2,649.93.
• Jeff Perkins, petition for judgment, $2,876.74.
• Anne Henry, petition for judgment, $2,826.14.
• Connie Lane, petition for judgment, $2,734.35.
• Candi Russell, petition for judgment, $4,350.85.
Tinker Federal Credit Union vs. Myriam A. Ragsdale, petition for judgment, $5,309.86.
Asset Acceptance vs. Jerry Mendenhall, petition for judgment, $14,104.25.
Dudley Andrew Hume, et al. vs. Jennie Lou Elgin, petition for judgment, $16,447.17.
Sherry K. Varga vs. Brandi D. Krop Holder, petition for judgment, $47,524.90.
Jerry Millsap vs.:
• Karen Greer, $1,353.53, Aug. 3.
• Fred Igert, $1,847.86., Aug. 3.
Frank Szabo vs. City of Muskogee, et al., $488.10, July 30.
Springleaf Financial vs. Helen Oseguera, $1,795.32, July 30.
Mona Phillips vs. Amanda Glisson, et al., $1,500, July 30.
Summer Lynn vs. Darrell McLemore, et al., $1,500, July 27.
Frank Bartholet vs.:
• Greg Waldrop, et al., $1,810.14, Aug. 8.
• Cody Goodspeed, et al., $4,500, Aug. 8.
Keith Jackson, et al. vs. Danny Gordon, et al., $1,193, July 23.
Steve Johnson, et al. vs. Billy Knight, et al., $550, July 30.
Cynthia Haslett vs. Ian Medina, et al., $3,866.86, July 30.
BancFirst vs. Joel A. Cotner, $820.92, Aug. 1.
Silver Leaf Apartments vs. Adam J. Ward, et al, $1,500, July 30.
Muskogee Housing Authority vs. Charles Kirk, $210, July 30.
CRAFT, Tyrone Cornelius. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possession of controlled dangerous substance. Preliminary hearing July 30. Bond same.
LOGAN, Brian Larmar aka LOGAN, Brian Lammarr. Domestic assault and battery by strangulation. Sounding docket Aug. 1. Bond $15,000.
McCONNELL, Rolando Donta. Disposing of stolen vehicle. Sounding docket Aug. 1. Bond same.
THOMAS, Candius Marchelle. First-degree burglary; assault and battery. Sounding docket Aug. 1. Bond same.
LONG, Kathy Lea. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possession of controlled dangerous substance (second and subsequent); unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Sounding docket Aug. 3. Bond $10,000.
NEWBERRY, Joshua Dean. Assault with deadly weapon. Sounding docket Aug. 3. Bond same.
ANDERSON, Jacob Rico. Shooting with intent to kill. Preliminary hearing July 27. Bond $100,000.
MAYFIELD, Deveron aka MAYFIELD, Devron L. Intimidation of witness. Preliminary hearing July 27. Bond $25,000.
April Michelle Chittum vs. Felisha Marie Cunningham, Aug. 1.
Hillary Grace Warren vs. Mary Cox Sadler, Aug. 1.
CRAFT, Tyrone Cornelius. Unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute; possession of controlled substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Hearing July 30. Bond $5,000.
ANDERSON, Jacob Rico. Distribution of controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of public park; eluding/attempting to elude police officer; obstructing officer. Hearing July 27. Bond $10,000.
MAYFIELD, Deveron aka MAYFIELD, Devron L. First-degree burglary; domestic abuse-assault and battery; second-degree burglary; domestic assault and battery in presence of minor (two counts, second and subsequent); falsely personate another to create liability; use of vehicle in discharge of weapon; feloniously pointing firearm; domestic assault and battery by strangulation; assault and battery; malicious injury to property-under $1,000. Hearing July 27. Bond $30,000.
JONES-McDANIEL, Steven Dwight. First-degree burglary; conspiracy to commit robbery with a weapon; robbery with a weapon; assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Sentenced July 16. Four 10-year concurrent sentences in prison.
McNEAL, Jamelle Jannai. First-degree burglary; conspiracy to commit robbery with weapon; robbery with weapon; assault and battery with dangerous weapon; assault while masked or disguised. Sentenced July 16. Five concurrent 20-year sentences with all except the first 10 years suspended. Fined $100.
RIDGEL, Alexander Lamont. Conspiracy to commit knowingly concealing stolen property; knowingly concealing stolen property. Sentenced July 17. Two concurrent 18-year sentences with all but the first eight years suspended. Fined $200.
ROGERS, Zachary Ryan. Possession of child pornography; first-degree burglary; contributing to delinquency of minors. Sentenced July 16. Two 15-year and one one-year concurrent sentences with all but the first six months suspended. Fined $1,000.
TURNER, Margie Renee. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Sentenced June 28. Five years suspended. Fined $1,000.
HOLYBEE, Carl Miles. Driving under the influence; child endangerment. County arrest.
.REED, Brittany Leigh. Driving under the influence; child endangerment; following too closely. County arrest.
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