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NAME: Dakota Sage Phillips
CHARGE: Domestic assault with a dangerous weapon
DETAILS: On August 4, Deputy Grant West was dispatched to County Road 1405 on a report of a stabbing. West arrived on scene and found a stabbing victim outside of a house. The victim tells West that his son, Dakota Phillips, stabbed him in the arm. The victim said the stabbing happened after an argument with his son’s mother over the phone.
NAME: Michael David Pingleton
CHARGE: DUI, suspended license, no insurance, traffic violations
DETAILS: On August 4, Deputy Corby Sorrells is on patrol near 52nd W. Ave in Tulsa when he spotted a car travelling unsteadily on its lane. Sorrells pulled the car over for a traffic stop and noticed the driver smelled of alcohol. Sorrells checked with dispatch and discovered the driver had no license or insurance. Dispatch also told Sorrells that the man was required to have an interlock ignition device. Sorrells noticed he didn’t have one. Sorrells administered a field sobriety test and determined the driver was too intoxicated to drive safely.
NAME: David Lee Jensen
RESIDENCE: Ponca City
CHARGE: Failure to comply with sex offender registration
DETAILS: On July 4, Deputy Kevin Young was notified of a man that was convicted of rape by instrumentation in 2013 that hadn’t registered as a sex offender properly. Young went to the address that the man registered as and didn’t find him there. Young noticed there was no furniture in the house and no one answered when he knocked on the door. Young returned several times in the next 72 hours and no one answered.
NAME: Quintraious Marshall
CHARGE: Unauthorized use of car
DETAILS: On July 24, Hominy Police Department’s Michael Copeland was dispatched to Dick Conner Correctional Center on a report of a stolen car. Copeland arrived on scene and spoke with the victim. She told Copeland that she came to the facility with a friend and her friend left with her car without her permission. She identified the suspect through Facebook and Copeland reported the car to the NCIC database.
NAME: Shawn Allen Hilligoss
CHARGE: Possession of burglary tools, paraphernalia, no insurance
DETAILS: On August 9, Sgt. Brett Barnett was on patrol on 161st W. Avenue when he notices a car turn without signaling. Barnett went to pull the car over and the driver accelerated, makes a few turns, and parking in a driveway. Barnett approached the driver and asked him why he was trying to get away. The driver said he panicked because he didn’t have insurance. Barnett checked with dispatch and confirmed the driver had no insurance. During a pre-tow inventory of the car, Barnett found several syringes and burglary tools. Dispatch told Barnett that the driver had a previous history of burglary convictions.
NAME: Jason Kyle Lynn
CHARGE: DUI, attempting to elude an officer, open container
DETAILS: On July 14, Skiatook Police Department’s Chris Edwards and Mark Dressler were on patrol near Rogers Boulevard when they saw a man sitting in an off-road vehicle on the side of the road. They noticed the man was drinking a beer and taking a selfie. Officers approached the man and he put his ATV in gear and accelerated away. Officers chased the ATV until he got off and ran into a house on 166th Street. Officers chased him down and detained him. Dressler noticed he smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. Officers administered a field sobriety test and determined the man was too intoxicated to drive safely or be in public. He blew 0.15 on the breathalyzer test. In the driver’s vehicle, officers found an open, cold to the touch can of Miller Lite.
NAME: Chester Lee Herren
CHARGE: DUI, open container, driving left of center
DETAILS: On July 14, Deputy Corby Sorrells was dispatched to Garlfield County on a domestic and a possible intoxicated driver who had left the scene. While en route, Sorrells passed a truck matching the description of the suspect’s. Sorrells tailed the truck and noticed the driver was swerving in and out of his lane. He pulled the truck over for a traffic stop near the Alco store in Pawhuska. Officers noticed the driver smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. He admitted that he was under the influence of Tylenol 3 (Codeine). Sorrells administered a field sobriety test and determined the driver was too intoxicated to drive safely. While taking inventory of his car, officers found an open beer can.
NAME: Esparanza Gamez Hernandez
RESIDENCE: Dallas, Texas
CHARGE: Possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia
DETAILS: On July 16, Hominy Police Department’s Bret Taylor was on patrol on State Highway 99 when he clocked a car doing 10 mph over the speed limit. Taylor pulled the car over for a traffic stop and noticed the car smells of marijuana. Barnett asked the driver if there was any marijuana in the car. The driver said it was all gone, and there was a roach in the ash tray. Barnett searched the car and found the roach, a small metal marijuana pipe, some marijuana, a loaded 9mm pistol, some methamphetamine.
NAME: Dayton Jeremy Curry
CHARGE: Possession of marijuana, paraphernalia, obstructing officer
DETAILS: On July 12, Pawhuska Police Department’s Paris Robertson was dispatched to a house on 12th Street for a burglary in progress. Robertson arrived in the area and found two men running away from the house. Robertson ordered them to stop several times and they didn’t and continued running. Robertson got out of his patrol car and managed to detain the two men. He identified them as Dayton Curry and Tyshawn Cochran. Curry admitted to Robertson that he was trying to stay at the house for the evening. He said he didn’t live there or have permission to be there. Robertson checked with dispatch and found that he had warrants in Osage County. He patted him down and found some marijuana and a digital scale in his pocket.
NAME: Tyshawn Cochran
CHARGE: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing officer
DETAILS: See Dayton Jeremy Curry details.
NAME: Jason Douglas McCabe
CHARGE: Public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 14, Barnsdall Police Department’s Rick Harper was dispatched to a house on Walnut on a report of a possible gun shot. The caller told dispatch that it sounded like a gun shot went off, and a pick up truck took off leaving. Harper arrived in the area and found a truck parked in the area. Harper checked with dispatch and confirmed it was the same truck. Harper identified the driver and passenger as Jason McCabe and David Sayre. Harper asked them what they were doing. They told Harper that they had gone to a man’s house to beat him up because he’s been harassing a female friend. Harper asked them about the gun shot report. They told Harper that they used a firecracker to pretend to fire a gun. Harper got consent to search the truck. He found a Ruger 9mm unloaded pistol. Harper noticed there are several unspent rounds nearby. Harper noticed they both smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. McCabe became extremely belligerent with Harper. Harper placed them both under arrest for public intoxication.
NAME: Conor Riley McGeady
DETAILS: On July 12, Pawhuska Police Department’s Paris Robertson was on patrol near State Highway 99 and Main Street in Pawhuska when he spotted a truck with a burned out head light. Robertson pulled the truck over for a traffic stop and noticed it smelled like marijuana. He asked the driver if he’d smoked marijuana recently. He admitted that he had just smoked a joint. Robertson noticed the man seemed to be very intoxicated and had delayed reactions.
NAME: David Andrew Sayre
CHARGE: Public intoxication
DETAILS: See Jason Douglas McCabe details.
NAME: Vincent Shu Day BigGoose
DETAILS: On July 20, Deputy Corby Sorrells was on patrol on State Highway 20 near Skiatook when he spotted a man stopped on a bicycle. Sorrells recognized the man as Vincent BigGoose and knew he had warrants in Osage County. Sorrells placed him under arrest and searched his backpack. In his backpack, he found a methamphetamine pipe.
NAME: Mikayla Ray Boone
RESIDENCE: Sand Springs
CHARGE: Possession of methamphetamine, open container, paraphernalia, public intoxication
DETAILS: On July 21, Trooper Romulus Gregory was on patrol on Apache St. near Gilcrease Museum Road when he spotted a driver not wearing a seat belt. Gregory pulled the car over for a traffic stop and noticed the driver smelled of alcohol. Gregory asked the driver for his ID and insurance. He told Gregory that he didn’t have either. Gregory asked them if there were any open alcoholic drinks in the car. Gregory searched the car and found an open case of Busch Light and an open Peach-A-Rita beverage. Gregory noticed both the passenger, Mikayla Boone, and driver, Keith Alan Brown had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Gregory asked Brown if he had been using any illegal drugs recently. He said he smoked some marijuana earlier. Gregory searched the car and finds some methamphetamine by the driver’s door. Gregory found some more methamphetamine and a syringe in a purse near where the passenger was sitting.
NAME: Christopher Brent Linville
DETAILS: On July 20, Pawhuska PD’s Alton Horne was on patrol on State Highway 99 when he passed a car with a burned out headlight. When Horne turned around to make a traffic stop, the driver accelerated and went to 13th Street before stopping on Melody Street. Horne noticed the driver seemed to be very nervous. He said his mother was sick and needed him. A witness told Horne that he saw the suspect throw something out of the window before the traffic stop. Officers found a black case on the sidewalk near 13th and Melody. In the case, officers found two bent spoons and two syringes.