Ronald Leon Williams et ux to Jeff P. Fussleman et al
Tyler Trammel et ux to Jennifer Blish et al
Sec. of Housing & Urban Dev. of Washington, D.C. to Hannah Cornell
1031 Services Corp. to Craig Rice et al
Dewain Peace to Michael D. Peace
Dewain Peace to Cyndi Starr
Dewain Peace to Dewain Peace
Trampis Foreman – manufacture of controlled dangerous substance/possession of material with intent to manufacture
Lexington Homes Inc. vs. Glen Johnson et al – judgment
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. vs. Vernon Leslie Martin et al
In the matter of Charles Champlain – issuance of title
Doak Willis – writ of habeas corpus
Housing Authority Cherokee Nation vs. Patrick Jackson – entry and detainer
Brenda Jo Carter vs. Dennis R. Carter
Joshua Jerry McManus, 21, Tahlequah, to Brittany Noelle Eagles, 21, Tahlequah
Tahlequah FD; 6:30 p.m. Smoke Investigation. Terrapin Lane
Tahlequah FD; 12 a.m. Smoke Investigation. 302 W. Fox
CRAKAAL, Ruthie, 65, Tahlequah homemaker. Died Nov. 21. Graveside services 11 a.m. Nov. 29 at Tahlequah City Cemetery. Reed-Culver Funeral Home, Tahlequah.
LONG, Fred Allen, 62, Westville feed mill worker. Died Nov. 26. Services 2 p.m. Nov. 30 at Hart Funeral Chapel, Stilwell.
- Crime & Courts
Women arrested on for drug possession, outstanding warrants
Two local women were taken into police custody June 13 on drug-related complaints following a traffic stop near South Muskogee Avenue and Ballentine.
Two women jailed after traffic stop
Two area women were taken into custody by a sheriff’s deputy following a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 62 June 14. Franchel E. Freeman, 21, of Okay, was arrested for DUI, while passenger Emily N. Frix, 18, of Fort Gibson, was arrested for public intoxication.
Vehicle reported stolen
A Locust Grove woman spoke to sheriff’s deputies June 13 to report that her inoperable vehicle had been stolen. Willa Blakely said her 1992 blue Chevy four-door Cavalier, which has a taped driver-side headlight, broke down on East 626 Road. It was gone when she returned two days later to retrieve the vehicle.
Woman arrested on shoplifting charges
A Tahlequah woman was taken into police custody June 12 after trying to leave a local grocery store without paying for items found concealed on her person.
Tahlequah police officers spoke to employees of Armstrong Bank this week about bogus checks.
Woman reports trailer stolen
Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies spoke with a woman last week after a 14-foot trailer was stolen.
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