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March 10, 2014

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McALESTER — New felony cases

The following felony cases were filed March 4-7 in Pittsburg County District Court.

Alvery Terrell Braxton, 19, of McAlester, was charged March 7 with possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute.

Braxton was also charged March 7 with three counts of feloniously pointing firearm.

Billy Don Carlton, 24, of Hartshorne, was charged March 7 with possession of controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Marcus Dalanzo Curtis, also known as Weaver, 40, of McAlester, was charged March 6 with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor driving with license suspended.

Jerry Wayne Lands, 66, of McAlester, was charged March 5 with knowingly concealing stolen property and misdemeanor tampering with utilities.

Lands was charged in a separate case March 5 with larceny of automobile and knowingly concealing stolen property.

Jason Levi Luker, 40, of Hartshorne, was charged March 5 with domestic assault and battery resulting in great bodily harm.

Clem Cody Cole, 24, of McAlester, was charged March 5 with knowingly concealing stolen property.

Richard Blackman, 30, of McAlester, was charged March 5 with falsely personate another to create liability and misdemeanor domestic abuse assault and battery.

William  Poole, 31, of Krebs, was charged March 4 with furnishing alcoholic beverage to a person under 21.

Acamie Decole Moton, also known as Acamie Decole Moton-Lawrence and Acamie Davis, 41, of McAlester, was charged March 4 with driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked, driving left of center, failure to carry insurance or a security verification form and failure to wear a seat belt.

Janet Marie Meggs, 37, of McAlester, was charged March 4 with aggravated DUI alcohol and misdemeanor driving with a license canceled, suspended or revoked, failure to maintain security, obstructing driver’s view and unsafe lane use.

Felony dispositions

The following felony cases were decided Feb. 28 to March 6. Listings do not include all court costs and fees

Dismissed March 6 for Robert W. McCable, 30, of Wilburton, were charges of possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor transporting loaded firearm in motor vehicle (two counts) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dismissed Feb. 28 for Vernon Joe Baker, 26, of Oklahoma City, was a charge of domestic assault and battery resulting in great bodily harm.

Christopher L. Carter Jr., also known as C.L. Carter, 64, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 to possession of controlled substance, marijuana, within 1,000 feet of a housing authority, possession of firearm after former felony conviction and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. A 15-year sentence was suspended the drug and firearm charges, and he was fined and he was fined $200, with another $4,800 suspended, the drug charge, and $200 on the gun charge. For possession of paraphernalia, a one-year was suspended and he was fined $50. All of the sentences were ordered served concurrent with each other and with sentencing in another case.

A charge of possession of controlled substance in the presence of minor children was dismissed Feb. 28 for Rebecca Lee Vermillion, also known as Rebecca Lee Christopher, 36, of McAlester. The case was re-filed as a misdemeanor, according to court records.

Sidrick Bernard Davis, 36, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 to child neglect and a 10-year sentence was suspended. He was also fined $250 and the sentence was ordered served concurrently with sentencing in a separate case. He was also barred from living in a home with a child under the age of 16 without a probation officer’s approval and from having any contact with a woman named in the case and her children.

Dismissed Feb. 28 for Clifford R. Rollans, 67, of Stigler, were charges of DUI alcohol, and misdemeanor leaving the scene if an accident involving damage, driving with license revoked and failure to maintain security. The case was re-filed as a misdemeanor, according to court records.

Benjamin Staples, 26, of McAlester, pleaded no contest Feb. 28 to child abuse by injury and was sentenced to 12 years with another three suspended. He was also fined $500, ordered to have no contact with the victim in the case, and was given credit for time served. According to court records, the sentence was approved by the mother of the victim in the case.

Silas Evin Stufflebean, 20, of McAlester, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 to  possession of controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a license suspended. All but 136 days of a seven-year sentence was suspended on the drug charge, and all but $500 of a $5,000 fine was suspended, and a one-year sentence was suspended on the paraphernalia charge, and he was fined $100. He was fined $50 for the license charge. The sentence was ordered to served concurrently with sentencing in another case and he was given credit for time served. He was also ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and to successfully complete all recommended treatment.

Also on Feb. 28, Stufflebean pleaded guilty to battery, assault and battery on police officer and prisoner placing body fluid on government employee. All but 136 days of a five-year sentence was suspended on the assault and battery charge and he was fined $200. A two-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $100 on the body fluid charge. Restitution in the case was reserved. The sentence was ordered to served concurrently with sentencing in another case and he was given credit for time served. He was also ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and to successfully complete all recommended treatment.

Cody Shawn Weeks, 22, of Krebs, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 to false declaration of ownership in pawn and judgment and sentencing were deferred for three years, to be served concurrently with sentencing in two other cases, and he was fined $200.

Also on Feb. 28, Weeks pleaded guilty to larceny of merchandise from a retailer and judgment and sentencing were deferred for three years, to be served concurrent with sentencing in two other cases. He was also ordered to pay $829 in restitution, was banned from Walmart for three years and was ordered to complete 24 hours of community sentencing.

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