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October 23, 2012

Duncan Municipal Court records

DUNCAN — Rene Gonzalez, 35, Marlow, (1) Petty larceny: $150 fine and court cost. (2) Resisting arrest: $150 fine and court cost. (3) Petty larceny: $250 fine, court cost and 30 days jail. (4) Public intoxication: $150 fine and court cost.

Rugenia Baxter, 39, Marlow, (1) Speeding: $150 fine and court cost. (2) Speeding: $200 fine and court cost.

Miriam Huizar, 19, Duncan, (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia: $540 fine and court cost. (2) Possession of marijuana: $540 fine and court cost.

Tabatha Cummings, 25, Duncan, no insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Christopher Younts, 33, Duncan, (1) No drivers license: $95 fine and court cost. (2) Defective equipment: $85 fine and court cost. (3) Failure to pay fines and cost: $409 fine serving $25 a day.

Danny Mott, 37, Duncan, failure to pay fines and cost: $299 fine serving $25 a day.

James Smith, 45, Duncan, public intoxication: $150 fine and court cost.

Billie Rausenberg, 28, Duncan, (1) Failure to appear: $250 fine, court cost and 30 days jail. (2) Trespassing: $150 fine and court cost.

Danny Alambar, 30, Marlow, (1) DUI-Aggravated: $800 fine and court cost. (2) Driving left of center: $85 fine and court cost. (3) No insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Jacinda Boldt, 48, Marlow, DUI-D: $800 fine and court cost.

Angela O’Donnell, 42, Duncan, DUI-Aggravated: $800 fine and court cost.

Jacob Strawn, 21, Loco, (1) DUI-D: $800 fine and court cost. (2) No insurance: $150 fine and court cost. (3) Failure to pay taxes to the state: $95 fine and court cost. (4) Failure to maintain lane: $85 fine and court cost.

Jennifer Mazza, 38, Duncan, petty larceny: $150 fine, court cost and 30 days in jail.

Pedro Gonzales, 29, Duncan, (1) Failure to appear: $250 fine and court cost. (2) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court cost.

Jordan Goad, 22, Duncan, no insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Raymond Thompson, 30, Alex, driving under suspension: $250 fine and court cost.

Jarvus Sanders, 42, Duncan, public intoxication: $150 fine, court cost and 30 days jail.

Kena Ward, 53, Duncan, (1) No or expired drivers license: $95 fine and court cost. (2) No or expired tag: $95 fine and court cost.

Ryan Smith, 22, Duncan, (1) No or expired drivers license: $95 fine and court cost. (2) Failure to stop at stop sign: $95 fine and court cost.

Cathy Isaac, 21, Duncan, no or expired insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

John Klingenberg, 44, Duncan, no or expired insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Lacy Handley, 23, Duncan, petty larceny: $150 fine and court cost.

Nathan Deer, 20, Chickasha, no or expired insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Raymond Blackwood, 46, Duncan, public intoxication: $150 fine and court cost.

Hayli Shelby, 27, Duncan, (1) Speeding: $85 fine and court cost. (2) No or expired drivers license: $95 fine and court cost.

Zhaquiel Ervin, 21, Duncan, possession of marijuana: $250 fine and court cost.

Todd Gallaher, 19, Comanche, petty larceny: $150 fine and court cost.

Walter Johnson, 37, Duncan, disturbing the peace: $150 fine and court cost.

James Willhite, 32, Duncan, obstructing: $150 fine and court cost.

Darrion Moore, 18, Muldrow, (1) No drivers license: $250 fine, court cost and 30 days jail. (2) No insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Jennifer Harmon, 29, Comanche, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court cost. (2) Speeding: $85 fine and court cost.

Zachary Foster, 21, Duncan, (1) No drivers license: $250 fine, court cost and 30 days jail. (2) Failure to stop w/in assured clear distance ahead: $95 fine and court cost.

Jimmy Ewing, 31, Duncan, (1) Failure to appear: $250 fine and court cost. (2) No insurance: $150 fine and court cost. (3) Failure to signal left turn: $85 fine and court cost.

Russell Cox, 34, OKC, (1) Possession of paraphernalia: $540 fine and court cost. (2) Possession of marijuana: $540 fine and court cost. (3) Driving under suspension: $300 fine, court cost and 30 days jail.

Hilda Carmona, 32, Duncan, petty larceny: $150 fine and court cost.

Ernest Cass, 51, Duncan, no insurance: $150 fine and court cost.

Jeremy Gibson, 27, Duncan, (1) Animal - vicious animal: $95 fine and court cost. (2) Animal - nuisance animal: $95 fine and court cost. (3) Animal, rabies shots: $95 fine and court cost.

David Peterson, Duncan, petty larceny: $150 fine and court cost.

Kenneth Wiseman, 33, Duncan, public intoxication: $250 fine, court cost and 30 days jail.

Brody Eakins, 33, Duncan, driving under suspension: $500 fine, court cost and 45 days jail.

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