McAlester News-Capital, McAlester, OK

March 1, 2014

Pittsburg County District Court logs


Staff report

McALESTER — New felony cases

The following new felony cases were filed Feb. 24 to 27 in Pittsburg County District Court.

Anthony Dale Hailey, 23, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 27 with possession of controlled dangerous substance, synthetic cannabinoids, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and defrauding an innkeeper.

Veronica Marie Osburn, 38, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 25 with possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tony Lynn Davis, 58, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 25 with two counts of possession of controlled dangerous substance, and misdemeanor possession of controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Amber D. Brewer, 32, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 25 with possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joey Leon Whorton, 39, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with assault and battery with deadly weapon, assault and battery with dangerous weapon, kidnapping, threatened an act of violence, and misdemeanor domestic abuse assault and battery.

Parker B. Mathiews, 18, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing officer.

Telesforo Luna-Quinones, 41, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with kidnapping and misdemeanor petit larceny.

Jared Dewayne Holt, 27, of Hartshorne, was charged Feb. 24 with possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and misdemeanor driving with license canceled, suspended or revoked.

George L. Bethel, 30, of Stuart, was charged Feb. 24 with larceny of controlled dangerous substance.

Also on Feb. 24, Bethel, was charged with identity theft, use of personal information.

Charles J. Jones, 36, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with larceny of automobile and misdemeanor malicious injury to property valued at less than $1,000.

Michael Eugene Ashlock, 36, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jeremy David Crawley, 36, McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with grand larceny, bringing contraband (drugs) into jail or penal institution and misdemeanor possession of controlled dangerous substance.

Also on Feb. 24, Crawley was charged with larceny of automobile.

Dustin Lee Hall, 27, of Stuart, was charged Feb. 24 with grand larceny.

Evert Lee Hickey, 46, of McAlester, was charged Feb. 24 with possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs.



Felony dispositions

The following felony cases were decided Feb. 21 to 27 in Pittsburg County District Court. Listings do not include all court costs and fees.

James Roland Foster, also known as Niomi Jackson, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a license suspended, canceled or revoked. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years on the felony and for one year on the misdemeanors, to be served concurrently, and he was fined $650, with another $4,500 suspended.

Jeffrey Owen Freeman, 44, of Krebs, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to manufacturing a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school or park, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm after a felony conviction and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 12 years, with another nine suspended, for drug manufacture and drug possession near a park or school, 10 years for the firearm charges, and one year for paraphernalia possession. The sentences were ordered served concurrently with each other and with sentencing in two other cases. He was also fined $50,000 on the manufacturing charge, with all but $1,000 suspended, $500 for drug possession, $100 for firearm possession after a conviction and $50 for paraphernalia possession. Charges of conspiracy to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance and possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school or park were dismissed. He was also given credit for time served.

Devin Ray McCoy, 21, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in a misdemeanor case, and he was fined $500, with another $4,500 suspended. A misdemeanor charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance was dismissed.

A 1999 charge of embezzlement of rented property was dismissed Feb. 27 for Kevin Scott Riser, of Antlers.



Chelsea Renea Samuels, 25, of Krebs, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of a controlled dangerous substance.



John Andrew Smith, 24, of Eufaula, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to falsely personate another to create liability and a three-year sentence was suspended. He was also fined $250.

Charges of sodomy by force or fear, first-degree rape, incest, sodomy and child sexual abuse were dismissed Feb. 27 for Kash Eugene Walters, 42, of McAlester.

Jesse Ryan Weaver, 33, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to second-degree burglary of an auto and judgment and sentencing were deferred for four years. The sentencing was ordered served concurrently with sentencing in three other cases, he was fined $150 and restitution in the case was reserved.

Also on Feb. 27, Weaver pleaded guilty to knowingly concealing stolen property and judgment and sentencing were deferred for four years. The sentencing was ordered served concurrently with sentencing in another case, he was fined $100 and restitution in the case was reserved.

Cody Ray Williams, 23, of Ada, pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to falsely personate another to create liability and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. He was sentenced to 10 years on the impersonation charge with two more years suspended and two years on the drug charge, and he was fined $200 for impersonation. He was fined $5,000 on the drug charge, with all but $500 suspended. The sentences were ordered served concurrently with each other and with sentencing in another case.

Charges of possession of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed Feb. 26 for Jacob Glendon Wilson Fields, 22, of McAlester.

Eleven counts of lewd molestation, five counts of forcible oral sodomy, two counts of forcible sodomy and one count of rape by instrumentation were dismissed Feb. 26 for Ronald H. Lawrence, 76, of McAlester.

Christopher J. Cook, 29, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving with a license canceled, revoked or suspended, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years on the drug possession charge, and for one year on the paraphernalia charge. He was fined $5,000 on the drug possession charge, with all but $500 suspended, and $100 each on the misdemeanors.

Rodney Eric Jenkins, 30, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 25 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance. A 10-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $1,000 with all but $250 suspended. He was also ordered to follow any recommendations of a community sentencing level of service inventory.

A charge of domestic abuse assault and battery was dismissed Feb. 25 for Christian Jose Luis Ortiz, 31, of McAlester.

Payton Brewer, 24, of McAlester, was sentenced Feb. 24 following an earlier guilty plea to charges of second-degree burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property. Brewer was sentenced to a Drug Offender Work Camp or an equivalent program, with the remainder of a five-year sentence suspended, to be served concurrently with sentencing in four other cases. Brewer was also fined $200.

Also on Feb. 24, judgment and sentencing on an earlier guilty plea to knowingly concealing stolen property were deferred for 10 years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in four other cases. Brewer was also fined $100 and restitution in the case was reserved.

Also on Feb. 24, judgment and sentencing on an earlier guilty plea to second-degree burglary were deferred for 10 years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in four other cases.

Charges of domestic assault with a dangerous weapon, and misdemeanor domestic abuse assault and battery, and domestic assault and battery against a pregnant woman were dismissed Feb. 24 for Brian Edward Peoples, 26, of Crowder.

Charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and defrauding an innkeeper were dismissed Feb. 25 for Anthony Dale Hailey, 23, of McAlester.

Ramon Devonair Brown Jr., 22, of McAlester, pleaded no contest Feb. 21 to assault and battery on a police officer a three-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $150. Dismissed were misdemeanor charges of domestic abuse assault and battery and obstructing an officer.

John Walton Buck, 26, of Hartshorne, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years on the felony and for one year on the misdemeanor, to be served concurrently, and he was fined $600.

John William Ives, 30, of Krebs, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance methamphetamine. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for 10 years and he was fined $1,000, with another $49,000 suspended.

Steven L. Kelley, 43, of Savanna, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to misdemeanor reckless driving and was fined $200. A charge of possession of firearm after conviction was dismissed and the driving charge was reduced from misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol.

Kimberly Kay Key, 47, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to aggravated DUI alcohol and misdemeanor driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years, she was fined $700, and was ordered to attend a Victim’s Impact Panel and DUI school, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, and use an interlock device for six months.

Shane R. Kincaid, 20, of McAlester, pleaded no contest Feb. 21 to possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school or park. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years and he was fined $500, with another $4,500 suspended.

Robert Michael Nabors, 26, of McAlester, pleaded no contest Feb. 21 to domestic assault and battery by strangulation and a three-year sentence was suspended. He was also fined $500 and was ordered to not initiate contact with the victim in the case and to complete 52 weeks of domestic abuse counseling.

Lerome Lee Venable, 42, in custody of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to possession of a cell phone or electronic device in a penal institution. A five-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $500.