Claremore Daily Progress

June 6, 2013

For the Record 6/6

Staff Reports
Staff Writer

CLAREMORE — ROGERS COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT

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CRIMINAL FELONY

Kenneth A. Adams, second degree felony murder — caretaker neglect or in the alliterative second degree manslaughter (two counts), caretaker neglect (two counts), failing to initiate a medicolegal investigation by the office of chief medical examiner

Daneshia Anntte Craven, a.k.a. “Denesha Annette Craven,” larceny from a person at night (F), driving with license cancelled/suspended/revoked (M)

Ronald Wayne Ward, conspiracy (AFCF), knowingly concealing stolen property (AFCF), possession of controlled dangerous substance (AFCF), unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia (M), obstructing officer (M)

Carol Jean Ward, possession of controlled dangerous substance (F), unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia (M)

Sean Michael Jones, conspiracy (F), obstructing officer

CRIMINAL MISDEMEANOR

Stefen Michael Hill, larceny of merchandise from retailer

Charles Ray Gant Jr., protective order violation (two counts)

William River Isaac Northcutt, larceny of gasoline

Rose Ann Pinkston, obtaining cash or merchandise by false pretenses

Michael Lee Manners, larceny of merchandise from retailer

Jason Matthew Scott, driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, failure to wear seatbelt

Jessica Christina Mccart, public intoxication

CIVIL RELIEF MORE THAN $10,000

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Joyce G. Scott, et al, foreclosure

Midfirst Bank v. Jamie S. Minton, et al, foreclosure

First United Bank and Trust Company v. Darrell Allison, et al, foreclosure

Lynn Capshaw v. Jeremy Kirkendall, auto negligence

SMALL CLAIMS

Harmony Training Center v. Joe Neff, indebtedness

Harmony Training Center v. Joe Thomas, indebtedness

Harmony Training Center v. David James, indebtedness