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FELONIES

NAME: Lawrence Milton Magee


AGE: 58


RESIDENCE: Skiatook


CHARGES: First-degree rape (by force or fear); forcible sodomy; kidnapping; domestic abuse — assault and battery


DETAILS: Johnny Porter, an Osage County deputy sheriff, on the evening of Aug. 25 responded to a sexual assault report. He and other officers took the suspect into custody in connection with prior-existing complaints. The investigation that followed the arrest included interviewing both Magee and the victim. Authorities also collected physical evidence. Magee was arraigned Aug. 28 on the charges in this case, and he pleaded not guilty. The court set his bail at $1 million. According to records, Magee also pleaded not guilty Aug. 27 to charges filed against him in two other cases. The charges in those cases included a misdemeanor count of domestic abuse, a count of feloniously pointing a firearm, and a count of reckless conduct with a firearm.


NAME: Pamela Yvonne Fisher


AGE: 61


RESIDENCE: Shidler


CHARGES: Driving while under the influence of drugs, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance


DETAILS: Osage County Deputy Jeff Jones responded to a call at 12:19 a.m. Aug. 24 regarding a woman reportedly trying to break into an ATM machine at the RCB Bank in Shidler. Dispatch told Jones that a caller described the woman as apparently under the influence of narcotics. Jones arrived at the bank and found a white truck idling in the drive-through lane. He observed a woman standing at a teller window and apparently trying to open the teller drawer. Jones quizzed the woman about what she was doing, and she told him that she had intended to use the ATM to find out how much money she had in her bank account. “She stated that she had placed her card in the slot, referring to the teller drawer, and was trying to get her card back,” Jones said. The deputy asked the woman for ID, and she produced an Oklahoma ID card. He asked if she had a valid driver’s license, and she said that she did not have one, Jones added. He asked her how she had gotten to the bank and she answered that she had driven her truck there. Jones observed that Fisher had poor balance, that her movements seemed slow and uncoordinated, and that she complained of dizziness. She reportedly said that she had not consumed any alcoholic beverages or taken any pills. Jones gave Fisher a field sobriety test, which he reported that she failed. He initially took her into custody on a complaint of actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence. While doing a vehicle inventory in connection with the arrest, the deputy found a pill bottle in the suspect’s purse, reportedly containing two different types of pills. This discovery became the basis for a complaint of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. According to court records, Fisher pleaded not guilty Aug. 28 and her bail was set at $5,000.


NAME: Justin Travis Auten


AGE: 35


RESIDENCE: Skiatook


CHARGE: Attempted first-degree burglary


NAME: Amy Dawn Cannon


AGE: 41


RESIDENCE: Skiatook


CHARGE: Attempted first-degree burglary


DETAILS: Deputy John Ferguson on Aug. 25, responded to a report of an attempted first-degree burglary at a residence on Bear Paw Pass in Skiatook. Ferguson said in a case document that a couple reported to him that Auten and a female accomplice attempted to burglarize their residence. The homeowners provided Ferguson with video footage from their security cameras that showed a man attempting to gain entrance to their house. Ferguson tracked down the defendant at the Osage Casino in Skiatook and arrested him. A court record shows Auten on Aug. 30 pleaded not guilty and the court set his bail at $10,000. Court records also show Auten is a defendant in a separate felony case, in which he is charged with knowingly concealing stolen property. He was free on bail in that case when the burglary attempt at the home on Bear Paw Pass occurred. Cannon entered a plea of not guilty, and her bail was set at $5,000.


MISDEMEANORS

NAME: Emilio Edward Aldana


AGE: 41


RESIDENCE: Skiatook


CHARGE: Threatening to perform an act of violence


DETAILS: The charge arises from a conversation between Aldana and a manager at the McDonald’s restaurant in Skiatook, where Aldana’s wife worked. The restaurant manager told Skiatook police officer Tyler Bates that Aldana and three other men who were with him threatened to assault him. The manager said Aldana was unhappy about a text message sent to his wife, confronting her about calling in sick. According to the officer’s report, Aldana said he talked with the McDonald’s manager while the man was sitting in a truck, smoking, and told the manager that he had no right to address his wife in the manner that he had. Aldana also reportedly told the officer that he noticed there was a gun in the truck, within reach of the occupant, and that he told the restaurant manager he would grab him by the neck if he went for the gun. An arrest warrant was issued for Aldana on July 25, a court record shows.


NAME: Stacey Linn Guffey


AGE: 54


RESIDENCE: Skiatook


CHARGE: Violation of compulsory education act


DETAILS: Johnny Adams, school resource officer for Skiatook, notes that a youth of school age received 10 consecutive absences, dropping him from the school rolls. A letter was issued to Stacey Guffey, the mother of the youth, informing her about the absences. Guffey was also asked, via correspondence, what school the youth was now attending, Adams said. He adds that Guffey did not reply. A case record shows an arrest warrant for Guffey was issued July 25.


NAME: Skyy L. Hawkinson


AGE: 18


RESIDENCE: Collinsville


CHARGE: Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs


DETAILS: Deputy Johnny Porter, of the Osage County Sheriff’s Office, about 12:42 a.m. July 20, approached a vehicle in the parking lot of Casey’s General Store in Skiatook and noticed “a strong and distinct odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.” Porter had been following this vehicle before it pulled over at Casey’s. The deputy asked the young woman behind the wheel of the vehicle, who was later identified as Skyy Hawkinson, if she had any marijuana in the vehicle. She reportedly said that she did not. Porter then asked her when she had last smoked marijuana, and Hawkinson reportedly said about 30 minutes earlier. Asked how much she smoked, the suspect reportedly said she had smoked a blunt. The officer gave Hawkinson a field sobriety test and placed her under arrest afterward. She entered a not guilty plea in a hearing July 26.


NAME: Samuel Payne Deroin


AGE: 25


RESIDENCE: Ralston


CHARGE: Public intoxication


DETAILS: Deputy Grant West, of the Osage County Sheriff’s Office, responded the night of July 19 at the Ag Building on the premises of the Osage County Fairgrounds to a complaint from a young woman about a man touching her inappropriately. Deputy West reported that he identified the man in question as Samuel Payne Deroin and contacted him. West said that Deroin “refused to comply with my commands and had to be forcefully restrained and escorted to the east side of the building.” West also noted that when dealing with Deroin, he became aware that the subject smelled of alcoholic beverage, had bloodshot eyes, was unsteady on his feet and required assistance standing up. According to a court record, Deroin pleaded guilty July 26 to a charge of public intoxication and was ordered to pay a $100 fine.


NAME: Walter John Barnes Jr.


AGE: 30


RESIDENCE: Drumright


CHARGE: Public intoxication


DETAILS: Pawhuska police officer Robert Rulo performed a traffic stop shortly after 8:30 a.m. July 22, just south of the Bird Creek Bridge on Lynn Avenue. The officer had already taken the driver of the vehicle into custody when he began to talk with Barnes, who was a passenger in the vehicle. The officer reportedly asked Barnes about a small laceration above his right eyebrow, and Barnes explained that he had been involved in an altercation about 3 a.m. at Cavalcade. The officer reported that he could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Barnes, and that Barnes’ speech was slurred and he had trouble making sentences. According to a court record, Barnes pleaded guilty to a charge of public intoxication and was fined $100.


NAME: Joey Barnett


AGE: 22


RESIDENCE: Tulsa


CHARGE: Public intoxication


DETAILS: Deputy Dustin Wells on July 20 at about 9:40 p.m., while working at the Osage County Fairgrounds, came into contact with a man he determined to be interfering with medics as they were trying to tend to someone in the rear of an ambulance. Wells reported that he asked Barnett to leave, but Barnett said that he would not. At that point, the deputy escorted Barnett away from the medics and noticed that Barnett had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath and was holding two beer cans in one of his hands. Wells reported that he left Barnett momentarily to try to get more information from the medics about the incident between them and Barnett, but he heard “a loud commotion” behind him, turned and observed that Barnett was trying to start a fight with a rodeo contestant. At that point, Wells arrested Barnett for public intoxication. According to a court record, Barnett pleaded guilty to public intoxication and was fined $100.


NAME: Randall Wayne Coke


AGE: 54


RESIDENCE: Yale


CHARGE: Public intoxication


DETAILS: Pawhuska police officer Robert Rulo performed a traffic stop shortly after 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning, July 22, south of the Bird Creek Bridge on Lynn Avenue. The officer reported that he had noticed the vehicle go left of the center line multiple times. As he approached the vehicle, Rulo noticed vomit on the driver’s side mirror. While speaking with the driver, identified as Randall Coke, the officer noticed an odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver’s person. Rulo also noticed the driver was having trouble forming sentences while speaking. Rulo gave Coke a field sobriety test. According to a court record, Coke pleaded guilty to a charge of public intoxication and was fined $100.


NAME: Walker Hiram Holifield


AGE: 20


RESIDENCE: Cushing


CHARGE: Driving while impaired, Transporting an open container (beer), and speeding


DETAILS: State Trooper Justin Garrison was observing traffic about 9:18 p.m. July 20 in the vicinity of the intersection of Skyline Drive and Highway 99 when he clocked a northbound vehicle at 86 mph in a 65-mph zone. According to a court record, Holifield entered a not guilty plea on July 26 and his case was set for a hearing Sept. 7.