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June 9, 2014

Court reports

Pittsburg County Court logs for May 30 - June 5

McALESTER — New felony cases

The following felony cases were filed May 30-June 5 in Pittsburg County District Court.

Steve Wayne Wood, 55, was charged May 30 with obtaining money by false pretenses.

Lora Sharlene Gipson, 45, of McAlester, was charged May 30 with possession of controlled dangerous substance and a misdemeanor larceny of merchandise from a retailer.

Michael Pinnick, 39, an inmate of the Department of Corrections, was charged June 2 with escaping from the DOC.

George L. Bethel, 30, of Stuart, was charged June 2 with false declaration of ownership in pawn.

Patricia Ann Trimm, 46, of McAlester, was charged June 2 with falsely personate another to create liability.

Nancy Kaye Davis, 61, of McAlester, was charged June 2 with bringing contraband (drugs) into a jail/penal institution.

Joseph Ferrell Bascom, 29, of McAlester, was charged June 2 with larceny of an automobile and a misdemeanor petit larceny.

Anthony D. Thomas, 28, of McAlester, was charged June 2 with assault with a dangerous weapon, burglary in the first degree and misdemeanor peeping tom and assault and battery.

Thomas Kyle Bynum, 28, of Krebs, was charged June 3 with burglary in the second degree.

Jack Charles Maxwell, 20, of Krebs, was charged on June 5 with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.

Dispositions

The following felony cases were decided May 30-June 5 in Pittsburg County District Court. Listings do not include courts costs and fees.

A charge of omitting to provide for a minor, a felony, was dismissed for James Marcus Brown, 37, of Oklahoma City on May 30.

A charge of endeavoring to manufacture CDS, methamphetamine, was dismissed for Richard S. Wansick, 46, of Haileyville on May 30.

Also for Wansick, a charge for driving with a license suspended was dismissed on May 30.

 A charge of knowingly concealing stolen property was dismissed for Clem Cody Cole, 25, of McAlester on May 30.

Also for Cole, a second charge of knowingly concealing stolen property was dismissed on May 30.

A charge of possession of controlled dangerous substance was dismissed on June 2 for Blake Alexander Harrison, 26, of Hartshorne.   

A charge of possession of controlled dangerous substance was dismissed June 2 for Jack Charles Maxwell, 20, of Krebs.

 Randy Edward Cartlidge, 26, of Cowela, had his sentience revoked May 30 for burglary in the second degree and will serve five years in prison concurrent to previous charges.

James Emery Nance, 28, of Wilburton, pleaded guilty to burglary in the second degree on May 30. His application to revoke was granted for nine months intermediate sanction and his balance was remained suspended.  

 Teda Juana-Moreno-Soto, 34, of Oklahoma City, pleaded guilty May 30 for bringing contraband into a jail/penal institution. She will serve a suspended two-year sentence.

Christopher Chase Powell, 25, of Kiowa, pleaded guilty May 30 to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. He will serve a five year suspended sentence.

Holly Lynn Doak, 31, of Stuart, pleaded guilty May 30 to possession of controlled dangerous substance and will undergo rehabilitation. Upon completion she will receive a two year suspended sentence.

Scott Chitwood, 53, of Sumner, Iowa, pleaded guilty May 30 to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked. He will serve a suspended seven year sentience for both counts.

Briana Bosche Hysell, 21, of McAlester, pleaded guilty to taking/receiving stolen credit or debit card. She will serve a five year suspended sentence.        

Krystle Marie Ingram, 22, of McAlester, was sentenced June 2 to ten years for manufacturing a controlled dangerous substance and will undergo a regimented treatment program.

Jamey Scott Phillips, 41, of Edmond, pleaded guilty to omitting to provide for a minor child and had a 10-year sentence deferred on May 30.

George Milton Dollins, 63, of Hartshorne, had a two- year and 60 day sentence deferred on May 30 for a charge brought against on April 21. The charge included counts of eluding a police officer, transporting opened container of beer and transporting an open bottle or container of liquor.

Sammy B. May, 53, of Krebs, had a two-year sentence deferred on May 30 for domestic assault and battery.

Jon Walter Loving, 25, of McAlester, had a three year sentience deferred on May 30 of larceny of an automobile.

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