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August 11, 2012

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McALESTER — Misdemeanor cases

• A charge of obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check or false pretenses was dismissed July 30 for Clarissa Lanham, 26, of Eufaula.

• A charge of obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check or false pretenses was dismissed July 30 for Clarissa K. Neilson, of Checotah.

• A charge of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor was dismissed July 30 for Salomon Archuleta, 31, of McAlester.

• A charge of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor was dismissed July 31 for Marilyn E. Dages, 34, of McAlester.

• Oakley A. Zuniga, 18, El Reno, pleaded guilty July 31 to a charge of transporting an opened container of beer. He was fined $80 and sentencing was deferred for 30 days.

• Lance P. Baker, 40, McAlester, pleaded guilty July 31 to two counts of public intoxication. He was fined $260 and sentencing was deferred for six months.

• Sandra Shipley, 53, McAlester, pleaded no contest July 31 to a charge of embezzlement. She was fined $280 and sentencing was deferred for one year.

• Tyrell Lee Livingston, 25, McAlester, pleaded guilty Aug. 1 to a charge of transporting an opened container of beer. He was fined $80 and sentencing was deferred for 30 days.

• Roy K. Cloud, 36, Sulphur, pleaded guilty Aug. 1 to charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (marijuana) and obstructing an officer. He was fined $960 and sentencing was deferred for one year.

• Christopher W. Ford, 26, McAlester, pleaded guilty Aug. 1 to a charge of transporting an opened container of beer. He was fined $80 and sentencing was deferred for 30 days.

• A charge of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor was dismissed Aug. 3 for James R. Hightower, 38, of McAlester.

• Jennifer M. Pink, 27, Hartshorne, pleaded no contest Aug. 3 to an amended charge of assault and battery. She was fined $280, ordered to complete an anger management assessment and sentencing was deferred for three years.

• Melissa A. Wood, 30, Kiowa, pleaded no contest Aug. 3 to charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. She was fined $980 and sentencing was deferred for one year.

• Charles S. Leeper, 34, McAlester, pleaded guilty Aug. 3 to charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and failure to stop at a red light. He was fined $650 and sentencing was deferred for three years.

• Billie Jo Higgins, 39, Krebs, pleaded no contest Aug. 3 to a charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Higgins was fined $1,030 and sentencing was deferred for one year.

• Ruby P. Fulkerson, 74, McAlester, pleaded guilty Aug. 3 to a charge of violation of the Compulsory Education Act. She was fined $25 and sentencing was deferred for 30 days.

• Blake A. Harrison, 24, Haileyville, pleaded guilty Aug. 6 to a charge of driving without a driver’s license. He was fined $230 and sentencing was deferred for 90 days.

• Gregory Goosby, 51, Spencer, pleaded guilty Aug. 6 to charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and driving without a driver’s license. He was fined $930, ordered to complete DUI school, ordered to use an interlock device for six months and sentencing was deferred for six months. Charges of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication were dismissed.

• Norman C. Nunn, 46, Memphis, Tenn., pleaded guilty Aug. 6 to charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, transporting an opened container of beer and driving without a valid driver’s license. He was fined $1,460, ordered to complete DUI school, ordered to use an interlock device for one year and received a one-year suspended sentence.

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