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November 9, 2013

Court logs

The following felony cases were filed Oct. 28 to Nov. 7 in Pittsburg County Court.

McALESTER — New felony cases

The following felony cases were filed Oct. 28 to Nov. 7 in Pittsburg County Court.

Rebecca Lee Vermillion, 36, of McAlester, was charged Nov. 7 with conspiracy to traffic in illegal drugs.

Kayla Danae James, 25, of Vian, was charged Nov. 7 with conspiracy to traffic in illegal drugs.

Teresa Rene Holt, 51, of Hartshorne, was charged Nov. 7 with conspiracy to traffic in illegal drugs.

Karen Sue Lindsay, aka Lands, 49, of Krebs, was charged Nov. 7 with conspiracy to traffic in illegal drugs.

Dakota J. Lardi, 18, of Haileyville, was charged Nov. 6 with embezzlement.

Vernon Joe Baker, 26, of Oklahoma City, was charged Nov. 5 with domestic assault and battery resulting in great bodily harm.

Misty Dawn Johnson, 20, and Aaron Lusty, 19, of Oklahoma City, were charged Nov. 4 with two counts conspiracy to bring items into a state penal institution — controlled substance and cell phone; three counts of bringing controlled dangerous substance — methamphetamine, marijuana and Xanax — into a state penal institution; bringing cell phone into state penal institution; three counts of possession of controlled drug — methamphetamine, marijuana and Xanax — with intent to distribute; and misdemeanor conspiracy to bring tobacco into state penal institution and bringing tobacco into state penal institution.

Joshua James Maxey, 28, of McAlester was charged Nov. 4 with false declaration of ownership in pawn.

Jamie Jewel Bales, 25, of Tulsa, was charged Nov. 4 with larceny of domestic animals.

Colby V. Crawley, 20, of McAlester, was charged Nov. 1 with second-degree burglary and malicious injury to property valued at less than $1,000.

Harley Lynn Graham, 25, of Checotah, was charged Nov. 1 with second-degree burglary and malicious injury to property valued at less than $1,000.

Charles C. Hooper, 20, of Battlefield, Mo., was charged Oct. 28 with possession of a stolen vehicle.

Dispositions

The following felony cases were decided Oct. 25 to Nov. 7 in Pittsburg County District Court. Listings do not include all court costs and fees.

Jennifer Anne Pottinger, 34, of Haileyville, pleaded guilty Nov. 7 to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years and she was fined $500. She was also ordered to attend DUI school and a Victim’s Impact Panel, and to obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, and an interlock device.

Joseph Thomas Burt, 33, of Stuart, pleaded guilty Nov. 4 to omitting to provide for a minor child and judgment and sentencing were deferred for five years. He was also ordered to pay $17,776.46 in restitution.

A charge of home repair fraud was dismissed of Joshua James Maxey, 28, of McAlester, on Nov. 4.

Kenneth E. Day, 35, of Hartshorne, pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to feloniously pointing a firearm and a 15-year sentence was suspended, to be served concurrently with sentencing in two other cases. He was also fined $250.

Also on Nov. 1, Day pleaded guilty to misdemeanor gross disturbance of the peace and a one-year sentence was suspended, to be served concurrently with sentencing in two other cases. He was also fined $50 and restitution in the case was reserved. The charge was reduced from felony domestic abuse assault and battery.

Bryce Wayne Day, 21, of Hartshorne, pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to misdemeanor breaking and entering, and petty larceny and a one-year sentence was suspended on each count, to be served concurrently. He was also fined $200 and a charge of knowingly concealing stolen property was dismissed. The breaking and entering charge was amended from second-degree burglary and the petty larceny charge was amended from grand larceny.

Carl L. Bond Jr., 24, of Hartshorne,  pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to misdemeanor breaking and entering, and petty larceny and a one-year sentence was suspended on each count, to be served concurrently. He was also fined $200 and a charge of knowingly concealing stolen property was dismissed. The breaking and entering charge was amended from second-degree burglary and the petty larceny charge was amended from grand larceny.

Penny Gail Carshall, 31, of Haileyville, pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to possession of a credit card belonging to another and a four-year sentence was suspended. She was also fined $100 and a charge of attempting to escape from arrest or detention was dismissed.

Alishia Marie Todd, 28, of Krebs, pleaded no contest Nov. 1 to misdemeanor breaking and entering and judgment and sentencing were deferred for four years. She was also fined $200 and restitution in the case was reserved. The charge was reduced from second-degree burglary.

Brittani Nicole Smith, 23, of Mustang, pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, bringing contraband drugs into jail and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Judgment and sentencing were deferred for seven years on each felony and for one year on the misdemeanor, to be served concurrently, and she was ordered to serve 40 hours of community service.

Timothy Joseph Hunter, 22, of Stigler, pleaded guilty Nov. 1 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. A five-year sentence was deferred on the felony and a one-year sentence was deferred on the misdemeanor, to be served concurrently, and he was fined $300.

A charge of omitting to provide for a minor child was dismissed for Michael Wayne Klucas, 41, of McAlester, on Nov. 1.

A charge of assault with a dangerous weapon was dismissed for Kenneth Edward Day, 35, of Hartshorne, on Nov. 1.

A charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance was dismissed for Justin Dale Hedgecock, 44, of Coalgate, on Nov. 1.

Charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and misdemeanor transporting an open bottle of container of liquor were dismissed Oct. 29 for Dawn Marie Wilson, 42, of McAlester.

A charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon was dismissed Oct. 25 for Breanna Michelle Gabel, 23, McAlester.

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