NAME: Bradford Jon Fluet
CHARGE: Child endangerment by DUI, DUI, speeding
DETAILS: On June 18, Trooper Justin Garrison is on patrol on 52nd W Ave. when he clocks a truck speeding. Garrison pulls the truck over for a traffic stop and notices the driver has slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The driver says he’s only had one beer maybe. Garrison administers a field sobriety test and determines he is too intoxicated to drive safely. The driver refuses the state’s test and says “Just take me to jail.”
NAME: James Edward Thomas
CHARGE: Unauthorized use of car, assaulting an officer, possession of meth, public intoxication
DETAILS: On June 19, ONPD’s Jake Branscum is dispatched to the Skiatook Osage Casino for a report of a stolen limousine. While en route to the casino, dispatch tells Branscum that a caller said they have spotted a limousine driving all over the road. A short time later dispatch tells Branscum the limo has crashed into a ditch on State Highway 20. Branscum goes to the scene and finds a wrecked limo. A witness tells him the suspect is a “fat Indian man wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt.” Casino security and witnesses confirm that the suspect is James Edward Thomas. Officers search the area with helicopter assistance and find the suspect on County Road 1495, walking in some woods about 20 yards from the road. Officers find him standing behind a tree. They send the police dog at him. He pins down the police dog. Officers order him to release the dog and get on the ground. He refuses. Officers Tase him. It is ineffective so they Tase him two more times and manage to free the dog and place him under arrest. Officers find some meth in his pocket.
NAME: Brayden Michael Walton
AGE: 22, Tonkawa
CHARGE: Domestic assault and battery by strangulation
DETAILS: On Feb. 20, Deputy Donald Laxson is dispatched to speak with a domestic violence victim about an emergency protective order. She tells Laxson that her boyfriend and her got into an argument. She says it escalated and she tried to leave. She said he dragged her back in the house by her shirt and choked her against the wall until she thought she was going to die. She says she grabbed whatever she could to hit him with. She said she grabbed a long gun and hit him in the face, stopping him from choking her. Laxson notices she has bruising on her ear lobes and throat that support her statements.
NAME: Nila Elizabeth Randall
CHARGE: Possession of meth, paraphernalia, speeding
DETAILS: On June 22, Deputy Kevin Young is on patrol when he spots a car doing 66 in a 45 mph zone. Young pulls the car over for a traffic stop and discovers the driver has a felony warrant out of Tulsa. Young places the driver under arrest and takes inventory of the car. In the car, Young finds some meth and a meth pipe in a child’s toy bag. Young notices the bag still has some toys and candy in it.
NAME: Brandon Michael Rine
CHARGE: DUI, suspended license, no insurance, driving left of center, open container.
DETAILS: On June 23, Skiatook PD’s Kim Benson is dispatched to the Osage Casino for a report of a possible drunken driver. Benson arrives on scene and finds a car matching the description given by dispatch. Benson pulls the car over for a traffic stop and notices the driver (Brandon Michael Rine) and passenger (Janette Rodriquez) smell like alcohol and have slurred speech. Benson notices the driver can’t seem to sit still and seems very nervous. Benson asks the driver when he last used illegal drugs. The driver says “Umm it’s been…” and after a short pause says “I don’t do illegal drugs.” Benson checks with dispatch and discovers the driver has a suspended license. Benson checks the car with the drug dog. The drug dog gives a positive signal. Officers search the car and find some meth, a meth pipe, and a Thermos coffee container with some alcoholic beverage in it. Benson administers a field sobriety test and determines the driver is too intoxicated to drive safely. The passenger admits the meth belongs to her.
NAME: Jodee Chance Bennett
CHARGE: Domestic abuse
DETAILS: On June 23, Skiatook PD’s Brandon Foshee is dispatched to South Seminole Street for a report of a woman being “chased by a person with a knife.”Foshee arrives on scene and meets with the victim and suspect. Officers find the alleged suspect in the house hiding in an attic. He comes down without a fight. Foshee notices the victim has red marks on her throat, consistent with her statement that she was grabbed by the throat with a knife held towards her. A witness tells Foshee that the victim and suspect were arguing. The witness says the suspect was removed from the room. After being removed, the suspect forced his way back in the room, pushed the victim on the bed and held a knife to her throat. The witness says he managed to get the suspect off of the victim again and lock him out.
NAME: Viviana Munoz Castaneda
CHARGE: DUI, possession of marijuana, suspended license, no insurance, defective vehicle, violations of driver’s license restrictions
DETAILS: On June 21, Trooper Romulus Gregory is on patrol on Ediston Street when he notices a car with a cracked windshield. Gregory pulls the car over for a traffic stop and notices it smells like marijuana. He asks the driver when she last smoked marijuana. She says “I haven’t.” Gregory checks with dispatch and discovers the driver is supposed to have an interlock igintion device. He notices her car doesn’t have the device installed. He checks with dispatch again and discovers she doesn’t have insurance. She says she had a margarita at a Mexican restaurant earlier. He administers a field sobriety test and determines she is too intoxicated to drive safely. He searches the car and finds a partially smoked blunt.
NAME: Bo Lane Baker
CHARGE: DUI, suspended license, driving left of center
DETAILS: On June 24, Trooper Justin Garrison is dispatched to an accident on State Highway 20 near the Skiatook casino. Garrison arrives on scene and finds a wrecked Ford F-350 and a wrecked Nissan Sentra. Garrison speaks with the driver of the F-350, Bo Lane Baker. He notices Baker smells like alcohol and has slurred speech. He checks with dispatch and finds that Baker has a suspended license. Garrison asks him what happened. He says he was going to turn on to Rogers Boulevardwhen his truck slid around due to the wet road. He admits to Garrison that he had just left the bar. He admits he had a couple of beers. Garrison administers a field sobriety test and determines he is too intoxicated to drive safely. He blows 0.23 on the breath test.
NAME: Robert Earl Dowdy
NAME: Tereasa Lynn Tatum
NAME: Sandra Lynn Wyatt-Eckler
CHARGE: Possession of meth with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of gun during commission of felony, paraphernalia
DETAILS: On June 21, Investigator Terry York is dispatched to execute a search warrant on a house with other officers in Skiatook. Officers go to search the house and find a man (later identified as Robert Dowdy) patrolling the property with a shotgun and handgun. Officers notice the man was wildly firing shots before they contacted him. Officers search the house and find multiple large baggies of marijuana, multiple digital scales, plastic baggies containing meth, a loaded firearm within close proximity to the drugs and several paraphernalia items. In other rooms, officers find a meth pipe and more meth.
NAME: Herman Wayne Carlisle
RESIDENCE: Webb City
CHARGE: Grand larceny of oil field equipment
DETAILS: On April 12, Deputy Rod Wilkins is dispatched to Phillips Road in Shidler for a report of some stolen copper cable. Wilkins arrives on scene and meets with the victim. The victim says several items were stolen from his oilfield facility, including 12 radiators, 200 ft of ESP cable and 250 feet of copper wire. The victim values the theft at over $6000. One of the workers at the facility tells Wilkins that he noticed drag marks from where the copper was stolen. He said he followed the marks down a county road and they lead to Herman Carlisle’s house. Wilkins goes to Carlisle’s house. Carlisle sees him from inside and begins walking to the back of the house. Wilkins goes to speak with him after he flees the house to the woods. Carlisle tells Wilkins there is a “Bobcat” near by. Wilkins asks him about the stolen items, since he shares fence with the victim and is less than 100 yards away. He says he doesn’t know anything about the theft and he’s never home due to being a welding inspector. He gives Wilkins permission to look around the place. Wilkins notices there is a large burn pit on his property. He asks about the burn pit. He says he scraps and sells stuff at various prices. Wilkins begins to look through the burn pit and Carlisle starts yelling that he needs a warrant. Wilkins notices Carlisle becomes nervous when he’s near the burn pit. Carlisle says he hasn’t found work in eight months. Wilkins goes to a near by metal recycling facility and discovers Carlisle is a frequent customer recently, selling a lot of oil field equipment.
NAME: Ricky Thomas Jaramillo
RESIDENCE: Broken Arrow
CHARGE: Pattern of criminal offenses, taking/receiving stolen credit card, unauthorized use of credit card
DETAILS: On March 15, Deputy Dessie Lake is dispatched to CR 3006 in Bartlesville for a report of an unauthorized credit card use. Lake arrives on scene and speaks with the victim. The victim says he noticed several purchases were made on his card without his knowledge or consent. He says the charges total to around $540 at various places, mostly at Shoe Carnival and Kohl’s. With video surveillance footage, officers are able to identify the suspect.
NAME: Johnny Frank Walton
CHARGE: Second-degree burglary, petit larceny
DETAILS: On Jan. 11, Investigator Justin Kling becomes involved in a burglary and theft investigation. The victim tells Kling that he left his car unattended at “The Office” bar in Wynona. He says that over night his .17 caliber rifle was stolen from the car. Kling later finds the stolen gun in an unrelated search warrant. The arrested suspect from the search warrant says he got the stolen rifle from Johnny Walton. Walton admits that he stole the gun from a car parked at the bar.
NAME: Shelby Marie Hughart
CHARGE: Taking/receiving stolen credit card
DETAILS: On April 11, Skiatook PD’s Cory Smith is dispatched to the Skiatook Police Department to speak with a credit card fraud victim. The victim tells Smith that he recently discovered someone has been making large withdrawals from his account over several transactions. He said that he believes it is from his deceased friend’s daughter. He says he told his friend he would watch out for his daughter after he passed away. He said that prior to the withdrawals, the suspect had access to his wallet where he kept his ATM card. He says at one point she took his ATM card and $300 from his wallet while at his house. Smith manages to identify the suspect as Shelby Hughart with surveillance camera footage.
NAME: Robert Benjamin Brooks
CHARGE: Protective order violation
DETAILS: On May 18, Hominy PD’s Michael Martin is dispatched to Parkview Drive for a report of a protective order violation. Martin speaks with the victim. She said that she has a protective order against her ex-husband, Robert Brooks. She says that she has received two letters in the mail from him, both containing his return name and address. She shows the letters to Martin.
NAME: Carolyn Pitts
CHARGE: Exploitation of elderly person or disabled adult
DETAILS: Not available
NAME: Brandon Dion Williams
CHARGE: Possession of marijuana, paraphernalia, minor drinking beer in public
DETAILS: On June 19, Pawhuska PD’s Paris Robertson is on patrol near Main and Kihekah when he spots a car with a broken tail light. Robertson pulls the car over for a traffic stop and speaks with the driver and passengers. Robertson notices the passenger in the back seat, later identified as Brandon Williams, smells like alcohol and marijuana. Robertson asks him if he’s been drinking or smoking marijuana. He admits to Robertson that he smoked some marijuana and drank some alcohol at Bluestem Lake. Robertson searches the car and finds some marijuana.
NAME: Katrina Seifried
CHARGE: Public intoxication
NAME: Sara Elizabeth Hicks
CHARGE: Possession of marijuana, possession of Xanax, paraphernalia, suspended license, driving left of center
DETAILS: On June 20, Deputy Dustin Wells is on patrol on State Highway 20 near Skiatook when he spots a car cross over the center line several times in a quarter mile. Wells pulls the car over and notices it smells like marijuana. Wells identifies the driver as Sarah Hicks and the passenger as Katrina Seifried. Wells notices they both have slurred speech and seem to be intoxicated. Hicks hands over a container with a bag of marijuana in it. Wells checks with dispatch and discovers the driver has a suspended license. Wells searches the car and finds a needle, a glass pipe, more marijuana, and some Xanax pills. He places both of them under arrest.
NAME: Lawrence Milton Magee
CHARGE: Domestic abuse
DETAILS: On May 23, Deputy Anthony Barrett is dispatched to 158th St. Weset in Skiatook for a report of a domestic. Barrett arrives on scene and speaks with the victim. She tells him that Lawrence Magee smashed her head violently into a wall. She says that they have been living together in a relationship for several years now. She says that he also put cigarettes out on her legs and would slap her extremely hard. She says he also scratched all over her arms and legs. She tells Barrett that she thinks he is trying to kill her. She said he started drinking vodka that morning. She says he broke her phone so she couldn’t call anyone. Barrett notices she has bruises all over her face, legs, neck, and arms. He notices she has burn marks on her legs as well, consistent with her statements.
NAME: Charles Eugene Preslar
CHARGE: Domestic abuse
DETAILS: On March 27, Skiatook PD’s Johnny Okerson is dispatched to a house on Bighorse for a report of a domestic. Okerson arrives on scene and speaks with the victim. She tells Okerson that her boyfriend, Charles Preslar, pushed her into a refrigerator. She shows Okerson the fridge, which is pushed out away from the wall from the impact of her hitting it. Okerson doesn’t notice any visible injuries on her that day, but she later shows signs of swelling. She says they started arguing in the garage and came inside where it escalated in the kitchen.
NAME: Willie Charles Holt
CHARGE: Domestic abuse
DETAILS: On March 22, A Tulsa Police officer is dispatched to Osage Drive for a report of a domestic. Officers arrive on scene and speak with the victim. The victim tells officers that she was frying up some breakfast for her kids when she started arguing with her husband. She says that he flipped the skillet of hot grease on to her. She says she screamed for her daughter to call 911. Officers notice she has several burns on her face, neck, and torso.
NAME: Cynnamon Rachelle Lott
CHARGE: Possession of marijuana
DETAILS: On April 8, Deputy Don Laxson is on patrol on CR 1701 when he spots a car cross over the center line. Laxson pulls the car over for a traffic stop. During the stop, the driver voluntarily hands over a small amount of marijuana.