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December 11, 2012

Public Records 12-10-12

DUNCAN — Marriage Licenses

Michael Wade Waggner, 41, and Lacey Taylor, 34, both of Duncan.

Dennis Leroy Cameron Jr., 39, and Tuesday Melissa Jones, 36, both of Duncan.

William Jeremiah Cottrell, 37, and Rae Lynn Perkins, 31, both of Countyline.

Justin Wade Gray, 23, and Kelsie Dawn Wilson, 20, both of Duncan.

Jimmie William Castor, 28, and Shannon Renee Perry, 22, both of Velma.

Frederick Laverne Buchanan, 50, and Penny Darlene Thompson, 52, both Duncan.

Carlton Scot Keenan, 50 and Shelley Kathleen Lassley, 43, both of Duncan.

Alton J.C. Graham, 58, of Rush Springs, and Kelli Dawn Webb, 43, of Marlow.

Tilton Anthony Auenson, 73, and Dawn Diane Skiles, 65, both of Duncan.

Lance Angus Troutman, 26, and Amanda Kathryn Howard, 24, both of Marlow.

Divorces granted

Glenn Edwin Gill vs. Wilma Pauline Gill

Richard Glenn Owens vs. Sara Lynn Owens

George Franklin Cooper vs. Cheryl Lynn Grimshaw

Wanda M. Brown vs. Ronnie L. Brown

Shannon Lorraine Maddox vs. James Ryan Maddox

Bill Gene Hamilton vs. Christine Anela Hamilton

Bliss Suzan Parker vs. Shawn Michael Parker

Jerry K. Archer vs. Christina R. Archer

Municipal Court

MISDEMEANOR  

CONVICTIONS

Manuel Olivas-Jiminez, 41, Duncan, Resisting arrest by obstruction: $150 fine and court costs.

Jennifer Fudge, 33, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.

Jacob Strawn, 21, Loco, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) Trasporting open container: $150 fine and court costs; (3)Failure to stop within assured clear distance ahead: $95 fine and court costs.

Rosella Drawbaugh, 26, Duncan, (1) No or expired tag: $95 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Guy Thurlo, 56, Duncan, Disturbing the peace: $150 fine and court costs.

John Thorn, 41, Duncan, (1) Failure to appear: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail; (2) Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.

Christopher Turpin, 27, Duncan, (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia: $540 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Robert Chacon, 27, Duncan, Public intoxication: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Evelyn Rose, 49, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) Driving left of center: $85 fine and court costs.

Charles West, 27, Duncan, Driving under suspension: $350 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Peter Orozco, 26, Duncan, (1) Animal, running at large: $95 fine and court costs; (2) Animal, vicious animal: $95 fine and court costs.

Janamarie Crowell, 21, Duncan, No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Stormie Max, 27, Waurika, (1) Speeding: $44 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Kathie Key, 50, Duncan, (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia: $540 fine and court costs; (2) Possession of marijuana: $540 fine and court costs.

Tiffany Day, 33, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.

Andrew Luckey, 41, Marlow, Public intoxication: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Ronald Standridge, 50, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $250 fine and court costs.

Sylvester Wiggins, 25, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.

Shawn Wright, 19, Velma, (1) Transporting open container: $150 fine and court costs; (2) Defective equipment: $85 fine and court costs.

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