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November 23, 2013

Public Records

DUNCAN — Marriage Licenses

Robert Don Brown, 40, and Angela Dawn Nichols, 41, both of Duncan.

Aaron Albert Bratcher, 37, and Kaela Michele Cole, 28, both of Marlow.

Divorces granted

Robbie Leroy Pierce vs. Janice Marie Pierce

Shanna Diane Hartman vs. Joe Dewey Hartman

Municipal Court

MISDEMEANOR  

CONVICTIONS

Aaron Brew, 19, Duncan, Petty larceny: $150 fine and court costs.

Rodney Brown Jr., 28, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) Speeding: $85 fine and court costs.

Shad Bishop, 22, Duncan, Petty larceny: $150 fine and court costs.

Charles David Rivera, 18, Duncan, (1) Petty larceny, second offense: $250 fine, court costs and 45 days in jail; (2) Petty larceny, third offense: $250 fine and court costs.

Rodney Hunter, 36, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Rebecca Jean Thomas, 35, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $350 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail; (2) Expired tag: $95 fine and court costs; (3) Failure to appear: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Cody Raydean Son, 35, Duncan, Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court csots.

Marshall Idell Jr., 33, Arlington, Texas, Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs.

Ashley Briar Baker, 19, Duncan, Petty larceny: $150 fine and court costs.

Robert Scott Williams, 23, Duncan, Trespassing: $150 fine and court costs.

Anthony D. Hankins, 43, Duncan, Driving under suspension: $350 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.

Katie M. McElfresh, 23, Lawton, Petty larceny: $150 fine and court costs.

Chad L. Sweeten, 20, Duncan, (1) No driver’s license, second offense: $350 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail; (2) No or expired tag: $95 fine and court costs.

Raleta Ann Gordon, 58, Duncan, No or expired driver’s license: $150 fine and court costs.

Gary Wayne Pannell, 55, Duncan, No insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Andrew Evan Hooper, 20, Duncan, No insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Matthias Hemmingway, 16, Duncan, Leaving the scene of an accident: $150 fine and court costs.

Jahmar Sullivan, 30, Newcastle, Driving under suspension: $220 fine and court costs.

Linzee Michelle Kuoha, 34, Duncan, (1) Animal running at large: $150 fine and court costs; (2) No proof of rabies vaccination: $95 fine and court costs.

Jeremy Wayne Gibson, 28, Duncan, (1) Vicious animal: $150 fine and court costs; (2) No proof of rabies vaccination: $150 fine and court costs.

Michael James Gray, 20, Marlow, (1) No insurance: $150 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired tag: $95 fine and court costs.

Laycee Williams, 23, Duncan, Trespassing: $150 fine and court costs.

Kera Leigh Stevenson, 21, Duncan, No insurance: $150 fine and court costs.

Braiden W. Peavler, 17, Duncan, (1) Leaving the scene of an accident: $150 fine and court costs; (2) Reckless driving: $150 fine and court costs.

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