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April 6, 2014

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Felony dispositions

The following felony cases were decided March 27 to April 1 in Pittsburg County District Court. Listings do not include all court costs and fees.

A charge of furnishing alcoholic beverage to a person under 21 was dismissed April 1 for William Poole, 31, of Krebs, for statutory deficiency, according to court records.

A charge of possession of contraband cellular phone by an inmate was dismissed March 31 for Nolan L. Eades, 35, of Jackie Brannon Correctional Center. Court documents state the case was dismissed due to the alleged victim’s failure to aid in prosecution of the case, according to the district attorney.

Priscilla D. Kaiser, 56, of McAlester, pleaded no contest March 31 to assault and battery on police officer and judgment and sentencing were deferred for three years. She was also fined $500. The sentencing was made with approval from the alleged victim in the case, prosecutors told the court.

Joshua James Maxey, 28, of McAlester, pleaded guilty March 31 to knowingly concealing stolen property and was sentenced to five years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in six other cases. He was also fined $200.

Also on March 31, Maxey pleaded guilty to two counts of larceny of automobile and was sentenced to five years on each count, to be served concurrently with sentencing in six other cases. He was also fined $400 and restitution in the case was reserved.

Also on March 31, Maxey pleaded guilty to larceny of automobile and was sentenced to five years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in six other cases. He was also fined $200.

A charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon was dismissed without prejudice to refiling on March 31 for James Bryan Shuman, 40, of McAlester. Court documents state the charge was dismissed due to the alleged victim’s failure to aid in prosecution of the case according to prosecutors.

Ashton Nicole Wilson, pleaded guilty March 31 to conspiracy to commit second-degree burglary and was sentenced to 10 years, with five suspended, to be served concurrently with sentencing in two other cases. She was also fined $500 and was given credit for time served.

Also on March 31, Wilson pleaded guilty to knowingly concealing stolen property and misdemeanor obstructing an officer, possession of a controlled dangerous substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was sentenced to 10 years for the felony, with five suspended, and a year each on the misdemeanors, all to be served concurrently with each other and with sentencing in two separate cases. She was also fined $1,100 and restitution in the case was reserved. She was also given credit for time served.

Tina Lynn Beers, 42, of McAlester, pleaded no contest March 28 to assault and battery on police officer and misdemeanor obstructing officer and public intoxication. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years on the felony and the obstruction charge, and for one year on the charge of public intoxication, to be served concurrently. She was also fined $650 and a misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer was dismissed.

Tabatha Rene Dungan, 27, of Oklahoma City, pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of controlled dangerous substance and judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years. She was also fined $5,000, with all but $500 suspended, and was ordered to seek a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Shane Deluus Franz, 27, of McAlester, pleaded guilty March 28 to aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, and misdemeanor driving with license canceled, suspended or revoked. A five-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $550.

Randi Marie Golightly, aka Walls, pleaded guilty March 28 to second-degree burglary and a seven-year sentence was suspended. Restitution in the case was reserved and she was fined $500.

Charges of larceny of automobile and misdemeanor malicious injury to property valued at less than $1,000 and driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol were dismissed March 28 for Charles Jason Jones, 36, of McAlester. The case was refiled as a misdemeanor, according to court records.

Samantha J. McMillan, 27, of Pittsburg, Kan., pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. A 10-year sentence was suspended on the felony, and a one-year sentenced was suspended on the misdemeanor, to be served concurrently with sentencing in a separate case. She was also fined $700.

Brad Dale Odell, 35, of Kiowa, pleaded guilty March 28 to aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor driving with license canceled, suspended or revoked; failure to wear seat belt, failure to carry insurance or security verification form, transporting opened container of beer and improper tail lamps or tag lamps. A five-year sentence was suspended on the felony charge, he was fined $770, and was ordered to attend a Victim’s Impact Panel and DUI school, and to seek a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Robin M. Pollock, 32, of Kiowa, pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of controlled dangerous substance, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and transporting open bottle or container of liquor. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years on the felony drug charge, for one year on the drug paraphernalia charge and for six months on the container charge, to be served concurrently with sentencing in a separate case. She was also fined $200 on the misdemeanors and $5,000 on the felony, with all but $500 suspended, and she was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service. A felony charge of possessing motor vehicle or part with altered VIN was dismissed.

Lyndall L. Rowland, 51, of McAlester, pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor public intoxication. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years and he was fined $5,000, with all but $500 suspended.

Devin Warren Sizemore, 19, of Krebs, pleaded guilty March 28 to knowingly concealing stolen property, bringing contraband drugs into jail or penal institution and misdemeanor possession of controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for six years on each count, to be served concurrently, he was fined $660, restitution in the case was reserved and a felony charge of larceny of automobile was dismissed.

Mikell Bulldog Smith, 49, of Oklahoma State Penitentiary, pleaded no contest March 28 to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 50 years, to be served consecutive to sentencing in three other cases. A $500 fine was suspended, and restitution in the case was reserved.

Richard Michael Snow, 34, of McAlester, pleaded guilty March 28 to domestic assault and battery in presence of a minor and a five-year sentence was suspended, to be served concurrently with sentencing in a separate case. He was also fined $500 and was ordered to obtain 52 weeks of domestic abuse counseling.

Donald Joe Zukosky, 45, of Wilburton, pleaded guilty March 28 to possession of controlled dangerous substance, falsely personate another to create liability, and misdemeanor possession of controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. A five-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $800.

Jennifer Renae Hartness, 35, of McAlester, pleaded guilty March 27 to charges of writing bogus checks valued together at more than $500. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for six years and she was fined $300.

Donald Earl Triggs II, 21, of Haskell, was sentenced March 27 following a Sept. 10 guilty plea to knowingly concealing stolen property. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for seven years, he was fined $500 and restitution in the case was reserved. He was also ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim in the case.

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