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August 31, 2010

Pittsburg County District Court Logs

McALESTER — Felony

The following felony cases were decided in Pittsburg County District Court July 21- 28. Dispositions include dismissed cases, suspended and deferred sentences from trials and plea bargains. Listings do not include any court costs assessed.

• The charges of robbery by force or fear first degree, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, and domestic assault and battery by strangulation were dismissed on July 26 for  Samuel Lee Ingle, 42, of McAlester.

•  Cody Shores, 18, McAlester, pleaded no contest on July 21 to burglary in the second degree. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years and he was fined $100.

• Lucas Don Mcewen, 33, McAlester, pleaded guilty on July 22 to knowingly receiving stolen property and driving with a suspended license, a misdemeanor. For knowingly receiving stolen property sentencing was deferred for three years and he was fined $50. For driving with a suspended license sentencing was deferred for one year and he was fined $100. Sentencing is to run concurrently with sentencing in another case.

Misdemeanor

The following misdemeanor cases were decided in Pittsburg County District Court July 21 - 28. Dispositions include dismissed cases, suspended and deferred sentences from trials and plea bargains. Listings do not include any court costs assessed.

•  The charge of driving without a driver’s license was dismissed on July 22 for Jose Israel Ruitz, 29, of McAlester.

• The charge of driving without a driver’s license was dismissed on July 23 for Jocelyn Tolle, 42,  of Jenks.

• Jared Ross Weaver, 26, Pittsburg pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license and failure to stop at a stop sign on July 27. Sentencing was deferred for 90 days for each offense and he was fined $100 for driving with a suspended license and $5 for failure to stop at  stop sign.

• Mario A. Valleza, 36, Foreman, Ark., pleaded guilty on July 28 to driving without a driver’s license. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for 30 days and he was fined $50.

• Donna G. Golden, 39, Broken Arrow, pleaded guilty on July 26 to driving without a driver’s license. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for 30 days and she was fined $50.

• Justin A. Murray, 27, Mineral Wells, Texas, pleaded guilty on July 27 to transporting an opened container of beer. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for 90 days and he was fined $100.

• Kevin Lee Headrick, 36, Eufaula, pleaded guilty on July 27 to diving with a revoked license, and speeding in excess of lawful maximum limit. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for 90 days for each offense. Sentencing is to run concurrently. He was fined $100.

• Bryan T. Whitworth, 43, McAlester pleaded guilty on July 23 to four counts of obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years.

• Whitworth also pleaded guilty on July 23 to another charge of obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check/false pretenses. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for three year. Sentencing is to run concurrently with sentencing in the previous case.

• Lynn Allen McNatt, 42, Eufaula, pleaded guilty on July 28 to driving with a revoked license. Sentencing was deferred for 60 days and he was fined $200.

• Lucas Don Mcewen, 33, McAlester, pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license on July 22. Sentencing was deferred for one year and he was fined $100. Sentencing is to run concurrently with sentencing in another case.

• Charges of driving with canceled/suspended/or revoked license and speeding in the excess of lawful maximum limit were dismissed for Kody James Brown, 19, Savanna, on July 23.

• Shaun Michael Billy, 24, McAlester, pleaded guilty on July 23 to petit larceny and public intoxication. He was sentenced to six months, all but 90 days suspended, and was fined $500.

• Gregory Faulkner, 23, Henryetta, pleaded guilty to driving without a drivers license on July 22. He was fined $50.

• Benjamin D. Wills, 28, Elgin, N.D., pleaded guilty on July 23 for driving without a drivers license. He was fined $50.

• Ricky Gene Hill, 47, Indianola, pleaded guilty on July 23 to larceny. Sentence was suspended for one year and he was fined $100.

• Hill also pleaded guilty on July 23 to possession of a controlled substance. Sentence was suspended for one year and he was fined $100.

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