CRIME SCENE

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital
Stevie Ashlock

EDITOR’S NOTE: The people charged with misdemeanors or felonies are innocent until proven guilty in court. Those who want the final disposition of their case reported in the Pawhuska Journal-Capital call Robert Smith at (918) 287-7366.

FELONIES

NAME: Tyshawn Cochran

AGE: 21

RESIDENCE: Pawhuska

CHARGE: Terrorism hoax

DETAILS: On April 25, Pawhuska PD’s Justin Tulk is dispatched to Kihekah Avenue for a report of an individual saying he is going to get a gun and kill everyone at First Baptist Church South. Tulk arrives on scene and finds a man (later identified as Tyshawn Cochran) with a lump on his head from being punched. Witnesses tell Tulk that the man walked in to the church and asked to speak with a female relative. When he saw her, he threatened to kill her and everyone else. She tells Tulk that she called for his brother, who came over and confronted him about what he said. Witnesses said they yelled at each other and the brother knocked him on to the ground. Another witness said that after the altercation he walked outside when he heard Cochran continue to yelling and cursing at the woman. He said he went outside and told him to stop talking to the woman that way and punched him in the mouth. Cochran allegedly yells he is going to “get a gun and kill everyone.” Cochran tells Sgt. Alton Horne that he intends on getting a gun and killing everyone.

NAME: Lucky Ramon Palmer

AGE: 36

RESIDENCE: Skiatook:

CHARGE: Assault with intent to commit felony

DETAILS: On Nov. 16, 2017, Skiatook PD’s Chris Edwards is dispatched to N. Buffalo for a report of someone talking outside of the caller’s window. Edwards arrives on scene and finds Lucky Palmer standing with his pants down. Edwards notices there is a light blue open bottle of KY lubricant on the ground near the window. Edwards goes to speak with the woman who called the police. She tells him that her 13 year old daughter heard someone outside of her window. She said that she ran outside with a flashlight and didn’t see anyone but noticed her neighbor’s door was open. She said she yelled inside and nobody answered so she called the police. Edwards asks Palmer what’s going on. He says that he came outside and saw someone in a black shirt standing by the window. He said the person saw him and ran away. Edwards notices that Palmer has a substance consistent with KY lubricant on his hands. Edwards said Palmer why there’s lube on his hands. He said he doesn’t know and it must belong to the guy that ran off. Edwards asks him if he was standing by the neighbor’s window. Edwards notices he becomes very deceptive and won’t keep eye contact. Edwards asks him to tell the truth and he eventually admits he was outside the victim’s window.

NAME: Destiny Dawn Liner

AGE: 36

RESIDENCE: Tulsa

CHARGE: Conspiracy

DETAILS: On Sept. 17, 2016, Tulsa PD’s Kaylee Johnson is dispatched to West Newton Street to investigate a domestic violence report. Johnson arrives on scene and speaks with a woman. She says that her husband posted a video on Facebook of a girl that appeared to be under 18 giving an unknown man oral sex. A witness of the video on Facebook recognizes the girl as someone he just encountered at the woman’s house. On Sept. 21, a 16-year-old girl reports to the Tulsa Police Department that she was raped at the house on West Newton. She said the rapist, allegedly Destiny Liner’s husband, recorded the rape and posted it on Facebook. She said that the husband sent a copy of the footage to her cellphone. Officers execute a search warrant on the house and Destiny Liner admits that her husband had sex with an under-age girl and recorded it and posted it to Facebook. She also admits that she has a copy of the video on her phone.

NAME: Justin Edward Redleaf

AGE: 30

RESIDENCE: Hominy

NAME: Garrett Allen Cale

AGE: 28

RESIDENCE: Hominy

NAME: Timothy Lee Townzen

AGE: 35

RESIDENCE: Hominy

CHARGE: Possession of CDS with intent to distribute, paraphernalia

DETAILS: Information said a tip said the defendants had meth in Hominy and intended to sell it.

NAME: Randy Joe Jeffries

AGE: 31

RESIDENCE: Wynona

CHARGE: DUI, offering bribe to officer, suspended license

DETAILS: On April 29, Trooper Romulus Gregory is on patrol on State Highway 99 when he spots a tractor traveling in the oncoming lane of traffic. Gregory notices the tractor has two cases of Bud Light on it. Gregory goes to pull over the tractor and the driver continues. The driver starts to go off road and Gregory uses his horn to instruct him to stop. He stops. Gregory notices the driver smells like alcohol and has slurred speech. Gregory asks him how much he’s had to drink. He says “Enough, I just live right there.” The driver says that he doesn’t have a license when Gregory asks. Gregory asks him why he’s driving on a state highway. He says he was just going to the store to get some beer. Gregory administers a field sobriety test and determines the driver is too intoxicated to drive safely. After Gregory places him under arrest, he reaches in to his pocket and pulls out some money. He tells Gregory, “I’ll give you $300 if you let me go.” Gregory declines his offer.

NAME: Katrina Louise Lawson

AGE: 27

RESIDENCE: Tulsa

CHARGE: Child neglect, possession of CDS, paraphernalia

DETAILS: On April 30, Pawhuska PD’s Paris Robertson is on patrol near State Highway 99 and Main when he notices a car with a broken rear tail light. Robertson pulls the car over and notices there is a glass pipe in the car. Robertson asks all of the occupants to get out. He searches the car and finds a purse in the back. In the purse, he finds several syringes, a spoon and two digital scales with white residue on them. The passenger tells Robertson that she uses heroin. She tells Officer Tammi Batman that she just used heroin and she’s pregnant. Robertson speaks with the driver, Olivia Hill, and other passenger, Jasmine Nicole Gaines. Robertson notices Gaines has slow lethargic movements. She admits that she used heroin earlier in the day. He checks with dispatch and discovers Hill doesn’t have a license. He notices she has bloodshot eyes and very slow speech. She admits that she recently smoked marijuana. He administers a field sobriety test and determines she is too intoxicated to drive safely.

NAME: Patrick Lee Walker

AGE: 36

RESIDENCE: Luther

CHARGE: Attempting to elude an officer, DUI, obstructing officer

DETAILS: On May 3, Sgt. Brett Barnett is on patrol on Kelley Avenue in Ponca City when he spots a car doing 42 in a 35 mph zone. Barnett pulls the car over for a traffic stop. When Barnett gets to the driver’s window and the driver accelerates and drives off. Barnett returns to his patrol car and engages in a pursuit. The driver eventually stops on South Avenue, gets out, and runs to a ditch nearby. Barnett notices the driver falls as he is running. Barnett walks over and places cuffs on him. Barnett asks the driver what his name is. He says something unintelligible. Barnett asks the driver why he ran. He says, “I’m high.” Barnett asks him if he’s high on meth. He says, “Yeah.” Barnett notices he has slurred speech and dilated eyes. He refuses to take a blood test.

MISDEMEANORS

NAME: Amber Dawn Skinner

AGE: 32

RESIDENCE: Fairfax:

CHARGE: Possession of paraphernalia

DETAILS: On April 28, Pawhuska PD’s William Wamego is on patrol near 15th and Boundary when he spots a car being driven by a woman he knows has a suspended license. Wamego confirms that the driver has a suspended license and places him under arrest. While taking inventory of the car, Wamego finds a digital scale, a glass straw, and some white residue inside near where the passenger is sitting. Wamego places the passenger under arrest.

NAME: Adam Ray Longley

AGE: 33

RESIDENCE: Skiatook

CHARGE: Public intoxication

DETAILS: On April 29, Skiatook PD’s Chris Edwards is dispatched to Mr. Bass convenience store for a report of a man talking about acts of terrorism and trying to call the Secret Service. Edwards arrives on scene and finds Adam Langley. Edwards notices Langley can’t stop moving and licking his lips and has dilated pupils. Edwards believes he is high on meth. He tells Langley that he is asking Jehovah to help him and praying for the people of Skiatook. Edwards places him under arrest for public intoxication.

NAME: Michael G Mauldin

AGE: 49

RESIDENCE: Greeley, Kan.

CHARGE: Possession of meth, paraphernalia, open container, suspended license, no insurance

DETAILS: On April 27, Deputy Teresa Jones and Deputy Dustin Wells are on patrol near U.S. 60 and Hunt Road when they spot a pickup with red fog lights illuminated. The deputies pull the truck over and discover the driver has a suspended license and no insurance. During the stop, the driver acts very nervously and starts ripping off his fog lights. Sgt. Brett Barnett asks the driver if there is anything illegal in the truck. He admits there is a meth pipe and a bottle of whiskey in his lunchbox. Barnett searches the lunchbox and finds the meth and whiskey.

NAME: Dewayne Ervin Reed

AGE: 50

RESIDENCE: Burbank

CHARGE: Public intoxication

DETAILS: On April 29, Deputy Don Laxson is on patrol near Shidler’s Country Store when he spots a man urinating in the parking lot. Laxson asks the man what he’s doing. He tells Laxson that he didn’t think the woman inside would let him use the station since he had drank 12 beers that morning. Laxson notices the man’s daughter is sitting in his truck. The man says he came to the gas station so his girls could get something to drink.

NAME: David Floyd Ratcliff Jr.

AGE: 27

RESIDENCE: Owasso

CHARGE: Possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, paraphernalia, obstructing officer, public intoxication

DETAILS: On April 27, Deputy Anthony Barrett is dispatched to 30th W. Avenue for a report of an intoxicated person. Barrett arrives on scene and notices there is a man sitting in the driver’s seat of an SUV. Barrett notices the man has a knife in his hand. Barrett orders him several times to drop the knife. The man says, “I don’t care to die today boys.” Barrett sneaks up by him and slaps the knife out of his hand. Barrett places him under arrest. Barrett asks him if he wants to hurt or kill himself. He says, “No.” Barrett notices the man has bloodshot eyes and slow slurred speech. Inside of the car, Barrett finds some marijuana and cocaine.

NAME: Martin Olmos Doran

AGE: 39

RESIDENCE: Pawhuska

CHARGE: No license, intersection violation

DETAILS: On April 30, Pawhuska PD’s Robert Rulo is dispatched to a two car accident near 21st and Red Eagle. Rulo investigates and discovers one of the drivers failed to yield, causing the accident. Rulo discovers that the driver doesn’t have a valid license.

NAME: Brooke Nicole Barnett

AGE: 28

RESIDENCE: Beggs

CHARGE: DUI

DETAILS: On April 29, Trooper Romulus Gregory is dispatched to a one car rollover accident on County Road 1200. Gregory arrives on scene and finds a Hyundai Tucson laying on its driver’s side. Gregory investigates and determines the driver failed to properly negotiate a curve and ran off the road, into an embankment. Gregory discovers that the driver left the scene and was given a ride to Quik Trip. He goes to Quik Trip to speak with the driver. He notices she smells like alcohol and has slurred speech. She admits to Gregory that she had a few drinks earlier. She tells Gregory that she was on her way to her boyfriend’s house and she ran off the road. Gregory administers a field sobriety test and determines she is too intoxicated to drive safely.

NAME: Mark Paul Pippin

AGE: 57

RESIDENCE: Skiatook

CHARGE: Threatening act of violence

DETAILS: On Jan. 8, Skiatook PD’s Cory Smith is dispatched to West 3rd Street for a report of some found drug paraphernalia. Smith arrives on scene and speaks with two women. One of the women tells Smith that she found some drug paraphernalia in the bathroom. She said she thinks the paraphernalia belongs to her on again off again boyfriend of five years. She says that she confronted him about the items and he threatened her. She said that she ordered him to leave the house and move out.

NAME: Stevie Ray Ashlock

AGE: 31

RESIDENCE: Skiatook

CHARGE: DUI, open container

DETAILS: On May 1, Skiatook PD’s Mark Dressler is dispatched to West Country Road and Lombard for a report of a possible stolen vehicle. An off-duty officer saw the car crash and flee to North Stockman Road, then it crashed at the intersection of West Country Road. and Lombard. Dressler arrives on scene and finds a wrecked car in a ditch. He notices a man was staggering away from the car. Dressler stops him and puts him in handcuffs. He notices the man smells like alcohol and has slurred speech. Dressler asks him if he needs medical treatment. He says he doesn’t. Dressler asks him to take a breath test. He agrees and blows .228 on the Breathalyzer. In the car, Dressler notices two open beer bottles.

NAME: William Dewey Smith

AGE: 38

RESIDENCE: Bartlesville

CHARGE: Impersonating officer

DETAILS: On April 26, Pawhuska PD’s Rex Wikel is dispatched to the Police Department lobby for a report of a man claiming to be a police officer. The man tells Wikel that he is a police officer and he needs to come in the building. He is unable to provide Wikel with any proof that he is a law enforcement officer. He says he is with the DEA. He tells Wikel that he needs to hire him because he’s worthy of a job. He said that he needs to get in the police department to begin working, so he can “start arresting people, so they would respect him.” Wikel places him under arrest. While enroute to the jail, the man becomes angry and starts making threats

NAME: Olivia Miriah Hill

AGE: 25

RESIDENCE: Tulsa

CHARGE: DUI, possession of CDS, paraphernalia, no license

DETAILS: On April 30, Pawhuska PD’s Paris Robertson is on patrol near State Highway 99 and Main when he notices a car with a broken rear tail light. Robertson pulls the car over and notices there is a glass pipe in the car. Robertson asks all of the occupants to get out. He searches the car and finds a purse in the back. In the purse, he finds several syringes, a spoon and two digital scales with white residue on them. The passenger tells Robertson that she uses heroin. She tells Officer Tammi Batman that she just used heroin and she’s pregnant. Robertson speaks with the driver, Olivia Hill, and other passenger, Jasmine Nicole Gaines. Robertson notices Gaines has slow lethargic movements. She admits that she used heroin earlier in the day. He checks with dispatch and discovers Hill doesn’t have a license. He notices she has bloodshot eyes and very slow speech. She admits that she recently smoked marijuana. He administers a field sobriety test and determines she is too intoxicated to drive safely.

NAME: Jasmine Nicole Gaines

AGE: 25

RESIDENCE: Tulsa

CHARGE: Possession of CDS, paraphernalia, public intoxication.