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NAME: Stevee Von Flash Gordon
CHARGE: Suspended license, altering license plate decal, paraphernalia
DETAILS: On July 3, Pawhuska Police Department’s William Wamego was on patrol on 12th Street when he noticed a car in front of him had an altered license tag. Wamego pulled the car over for a traffic stop. Wamego checked with dispatch and discovered the driver, Stevee Von Flash Gordon, had a suspended license. During the stop, Wamego noticed there was a used syringe and some white residue near it. Wamego had all of the occupants get out. He searched the car and items inside of it. In one of the passengers’ (Amber Dawn Skinner) purses, he found a marijuana pipe with some burnt residue in it.
NAME: Adam T. Penix
CHARGE: Driving under the influence, possession of methamphetamine, speeding, failure to stop for yield sign
DETAILS: On July 2, Skiatook Police Department’s Hank Guilfoyle was on patrol on South Lombard when he spotted a car running a stop sign and nearly causing an accident. Guilfoyle pulled the car over for a traffic stop, and the driver continued. Guilfoyle noticed the car traveling up to 50 mph in a 35-mph zone. The driver came to a stop. Guilfoyle noticed the driver seemed to be very drowsy and having difficulty keeping his eyes open. Guilfoyle administered a field-sobriety test and determined the driver was too intoxicated to drive safely. Guilfoyle searched the driver’s pockets and found some methamphetamine.
NAME: Marcus Mitchell Bassett
CHARGE: Public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 4, Deputy Casey Witt was dispatched to a house on West Cedar in Barnsdall for report of a domestic. Witt arrived on scene and found Marcus Bassett on the porch of the house yelling. Witt noticed he was bleeding from his mouth. Witt asked him what happened. He said a woman kicked him in the face. Witt asks him why she kicked him. He responded with an explitive and said, “I have a lawyer.” Witt noticed Bassett smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. Witt noticed he started getting aggressive. Witt went to speak with the woman who allegedly kicked him. She said that he was drunk and hitting himself in the face and yelling about the police being there. She said that another woman at the house witnessed him hitting himself. The witness gave Witt a similar statement and said that Bassett was being very loud and scaring the kids.
NAME: Judy Renia Tanner
CHARGE: Calling 911 with false alarm
DETAILS: On July 5, Deputy Martin Meek was dispatched to Osage Street for a report of a “911 unknown trouble” call. Dispatch told Meek that the caller, Judy Tanner, said her ex-boyfriend was chasing her through town. The 911 call made at 4 a.m. was the fifth call made by Tanner within five hours. Meek noted that she had called about four hours earlier and said her ex-boyfriend, who she identified as “Mr. Russell” came in to her house through an open window. When Meek arrived on scene he saw no evidence of a burglary or any proof of her claims. She told Meek that she hadn’t seen Russell in two years but she was sure he come in to her house. She called again later in the night and said he was at her house again. When Meek returned, Tanner said the boyfriend had left before Meek got there. When Tanner called again at 4 a.m., Meek returned, and she told him that her ex-boyfriend left again before Meek got there.
NAME: Linda Gail Walker
CHARGE: Driving under the influence, obstructing officer, no insurance, possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia
NAME: Jamie Wayne Lockwood
CHARGE: Possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, obstructing officer, public intoxication
DETAILS: On June 29, Skiatook Police Department’s Kim Benson was dispatched to Rogers Boulevard to assist fellow officer Tyler Bates check on a damaged car that was called in. Benson arrived on scene and found a heavily damaged car. She noticed the car had a busted front windshield and several missing windows. Benson noticed there was a driver and passenger getting into the car and leaving. While Benson was speaking with Bates, the driver took off towards U.S. Highway 20. Benson pulled the car over due to the heavily damaged front windshield. She identified the driver as Linda Gail Walker and the passenger as Jamie Lockwood. Benson noticed that Walker seemed to go from calm to extremely agitated and yelled with no warning. She yelled an explitive. Benson asked her for her license and insurance. Benson noticed that the proof of insurance was expired. Benson noticed Lockwood seemed to be unable to sit still and moved around excessively. While Benson was speaking with dispatch, she noticed Lockwood and Walker seemed to be moving around a lot in the car. Walker became loud and irate when Benson asked her to step out of the car. Benson told her that her car needed to be towed due to its damaged state. She denied using any illegal drugs when asked. Benson wrote a citation for the windshield and she became hysterical and started yelling. She refused to sign the citation and continued yelling. Benson allowed the two to retrieve their belongings from the car before it was towed. After they grabbed their items, Benson took inventory of the car. While taking inventory, she found a used syringe on the floorboard. Benson askedwho the syringe belonged to. Walker said an explitive. Benson placed Walker under arrest. While she escortedWalker to the patrol car, Walker refuseed to get into the car and tried to pull away. While Benson was physically placing Walker in the patrol car, Lockwood threw himself to the ground. Paramedics arrived on scene to check Lockwood. They determined that he was healthy enough to not need a hospital visit. Benson then noticed that Walker seems to be having a seizure in the back of the patrol car. Paramedics checked her and determine she was faking a seizure. Benson searched the car and found some methamphetamine, several used syringes and a digital scale.
NAME: Heather Diane Dean aka
Heather Diane Barnes
CHARGE: Possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, suspended license
DETAILS: On July 4, Pawhuska Police Department’s Robert Rulo was on patrol near 15th St. and State Highway 99 when he spotted a car without a tag light. Rulo pulled the car over for a traffic stop and discovered the driver, Heather Dean, had an arrest warrant out of Washington County. Rulo placed her under arrest. He searched her purse and found some methamphetamine, a digital scale, and a methamphetamine pipe.
NAME: Carter Richard Davison
RESIDENCE: Houston, Texas
CHARGE: Driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, paraphernalia.
DETAILS: On June 19, Hominy Police Department’s Bret Taylor was dispatched to a two-car accident at State Highway 99 and 10th Street. Taylor arrived on scene and found a truck and Jeep that had been in an accident. Taylor spoke with the driver of the Jeep, Carter Davison. Davison told Taylor that the car in front of him was turning right and he went to pass on the left. He said that while he was going to pass, he hit the pickup truck as it was turning left. Taylor noticed that Davison smells of alcohol and had slurred speech. Taylor also noticed that he had a green tongue and other signs that he might have recently smoked marijuana. Taylor asked him if he’d smoked marijuana recently. He said he smoked some earlier in the day. Taylor administered a field-sobriety test and determined Davison was too intoxicated to drive safely. Taylor asked Davison if he had anything illegal on him. He admitted he had some marijuana and a pipe.
NAME: Terra Kay Garrison
CHARGE: Possession of methamphetamine, public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 8, Hominy Police Department’s Joe Lucas was dispatched to the Z-Mart on Main Street for a report of a highly intoxicated woman in front of the store. Lucas arrived on scene and found the woman in question. Lucas noticed she was sweating profusely and not making sense when she talked. As they walked out of the store, Lucas noticed she dropped a small bag of methamphetamine. Lucaspicked it up and confirmed it was methamphetamine with a field test kit.
NAME: Ervey Rivera-Yavera
CHARGE: Driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, open container
DETAILS: On July 8, Deputy Joseph Sherrell was on patrol on State Highway 20 near Skiatook when he clocked a car doing 45- in a 65-mph zone. Sherrell pulled the car over and noticed the driver cross over into the oncoming lane in a no-passing zone. While speaking with the driver, Sherrell noticed it smelled of marijuana. Sherrell asked the driver about the marijuana. The driver handed over a small pill bottle with some marijuana in it. Sherrell administered a field-sobriety test and determined the driver was too intoxicated to drive safely. While taking inventory of the car, Sherrell found four beer cans.
NAME: Patrick Lane Gibson
RESIDENCE: Oswego, Kansas
CHARGE: Driving under the influence
DETAILS: On July 8, Trooper Justin Garrison was on patrol on State Highway 99 when he spotted a car go left of center. Garrison pulled the car over for a traffic stop and noticed it smells of marijuana. Garrison noticed the driver had a dazed look and dilated pupils. Garrison asked Gibson how much marijuana he’d smoked that night. He said, “none.” Garrison told him that he could smell marijuana in the car. Gibson said he didn’t know what Garrison was talking about. Garrison told Gibson his eyes were red and watery and that he had been driving all over the road. Gibson told Garrison that he had been prescribed Xanax, and that’s why he was swerving. Garrison administered a field-sobriety test and determined the man was too intoxicated to drive safely.
NAME: Dennis Wayne Severson
CHARGE: Suspended license
DETAILS: On July 9, Pawhuska Police Department’s Robert Rulo was dispatched to Maveric’s Mini-Mart for a report of a customer driving off without paying for gas. Rulo found a truck matching the description from the report at Main and Stoneridge. Rulo pulled the truck over and discovered the driver had a revoked license.
NAME: Kari Leigh Rockafellow
aka Kari Leigh Neal
CHARGE: Suspended license
DETAILS: On July 9, Pawhuska Police Department’s Robert Rulo was on patrol near Grandview and Kihekah Avenue when he saw Kari Rockafellow get into the driver’s seat of a truck, and start driving away. From previous law enforcement experience, Rulo knew that she had a suspended license. Rulo confirmed with dispatch that she had a suspended license and pulled her over for a traffic stop.
NAME: Mark Christopher Rice
CHARGE: Driving under the influence
DETAILS: On July 8, Deputy Johnny Porter was on patrol on State Highway 11 near Shidler when he clocked a car doing 86- in a 65-mph zone. Porter pulled the car over for a traffic stop and noticed the driver smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. Porter asked him how much he’d had to drink. He said he’d had two beers. Porter began administering a field sobriety test and the driver refused to continue testing after Porter told him not to use his car for balance. The driver told Porter to take him to jail if he wanted to and to talk to his attorney about anything else. He refused a breathalyzer test.
NAME: Stephanie Rae Shores
CHARGE: Paraphernalia, public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 10, Skiatook Police Department’s Mark Dressler was dispatched to West Oak and South Fairfax on a report of a possible domestic. Dispatch told Dressler that the people involved were walking eastbound from the intersection. Dressler arrived in the area and found a man and woman walking. Dressler noticed the woman seemed to be very intoxicated, and the man was holding her up on her feet. When Dressler pulled up, the man let her lie down on the ground and walked up to Dressler. Dressler walked over and put her into a safer position. Dressler asked the man what was going on. He said they both drank about half of a bottle of whiskey. He said they were at a friend’s house, and she started acting up so he tried to get her to leave to go back to their house. He said she got mad and punched him in the face. He said that she was really drunk and he didn’t want to press charges. She blew .089 on a breathalyzer test. Dressler noticed she had a marijuana pipe in plain sight in her open back pack.
NAME: John Paul Jones
RESIDENCE: Sand Springs
CHARGE: Public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 7, Deputy Casey Witt was dispatched to Birch Lake on a report of a man lying on the side of the road. Witt arrived on scene and found a man lying on a gurney in front of an ambulance speaking with an emergency medical technician. The EMT told Witt that the man was intoxicated and didn’t want to go to the hospital. Witt asked the man what was going on. He said he wanted to die and asked Witt to shoot him. The EMT tells Witt that the man is healthy, and if he would go to the hospital they would take him. Witt noticed the man had bloodshot eyes and smells of alcohol. Witt placed him under arrest for public intoxication.
NAME: James Henry McKee, III
CHARGE: Public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 10, Osage Nation Police Department’s Jake Branscum was dispatched to the Tulsa Osage Casino bus stop for a report of a verbal domestic involving an intoxicated man and woman. Branscum arrived on scene and found a woman sitting in handcuffs on the sidewalk. Fellow officer Patrick Luey told Branscum that the man refused to give his name and could barely stand up so he sat him in his patrol car. Branscum asked the man what his name was. He said, “I don’t have to tell you anything I don’t want to.” Branscum asks him again and he remained silent. Branscum noticed the man had watery, bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. Branscum told him he would be booked into jail under “John Doe” until his finger prints could identify him. The man said: “James Henry McKee, April 21, 1959.”
NAME: Shad William Luna
CHARGE: Without the intention to commit a crime, breaking and entering a dwelling without permission
DETAILS: On July 10, Pawhuska Police Department’s Rex Wikel was dispatched to a house on Fifth Street on a report of a burglary. The caller told Wikel that someone was possibly in his mother’s house. He said that his mother was in jail, and he secured her house so no one could get in. He said he noticed several of the windows were open and someone was possibly inside. Wikel gent to the house and found a man in the house. The man said he had permission to be there and knew the owner was in jail. He said that he was going to buy the house, so he came over to stay. Wikel noticed a piece of aluminum foil on a near by table. Wikel noticed the foil has been rolled up like a cigarette. Wikel knows from experience that foil is often used to smoke drugs.
NAME: Jessica Marie Hipp
CHARGE: Obstructing officer, public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 9, Osage Nation Police Department’s Patrick Luey was dispatched to a house on Oberly Rd at the Hominy Osage Reservation for a report of a woman on someone’s front porch who appeared to be highly demanding things. Luey arriveed on scene and spoke with the homeowner. She said that Jessica Marie Hipp knocked on her front door and demanded the keys to her car. Hominy Police Department’s Bret Taylor contacte Luey and told him he found Hipp walking on State Hwy. 99. Luey found her walking on the side of the road. While speaking with her, Luey noticed she seemed to have a blank stare and couldn’t seem to focus or answer any questions. He noticed she would only sway and say “Huh, mmmm Hmm, huh.” Luey asked her where she was going. She said she wass going to Sand Springs to “save God.” Luey asked her if she planned on hurting anyone or herself. She said: “I have to go now; I have to go get my dad, and go save God.” Luey told her to go stand by Taylor’s patrol car. She walks to it and went for the driver’s door. Taylor managed to stop her before she opened the door and got in. Luey told her she was under arrest. She said: “For what? I am in charge and cannot go back to jail!” She tried to pull away from Luey. Luey grabbed her and placed her in handcuffs.
NAME: Robin Renae Shepherd-Ivey
CHARGE: False reporting of crime, paraphernalia
DETAILS: No affidavit.
NAME: Stephanie Dawn Dickens
CHARGE: Suspended license
DETAILS: On July 11, Deputy Johnny Porter was on patrol on State Hwy. 97 near Blackjack when he spotted a person driving not wearing a seat belt. Porter pulled the car over for a traffic stop and discovered the driver had a suspended license.