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Crime Beat

March 26, 2014

CRIME BEAT: 3-26-2014

STILLWATER, Okla. — Payne County District Court

The following people have been charged in Payne County. The charges have yet to be proven in court.

Felony charges


Cynthia Renee Patterson, 51, Jennings, commercial gambling

Jason Mathew Dahl, 32, Racine, Wisc., unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance

Thomas Anthony Nelson, 27, Racine, Wisc., unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance

Robert Thomas Ryan, 20, Racine, Wisc., unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance

Ulysses Jacques Johnson Bush, 34, 609 S. Knoblock, unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, possession of firearm after former conviction of a felony

Linda Juanita Bogaski, 49, Bethany, sexual battery, bringing contraband into a penal institution

Misti Dawn Hardiman, 36, 1309 S. Duncan, trafficking in illegal drugs, methamphetamine

Dakota Chance Chapman, 19, 205 S. Lowry,  unlawful possession of controlled dangerous substance, methamphetamine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Donald Robert Northcutt, 39, Perkins, domestic assault and battery by strangulation

Gary Duane Mabane, 522. 523 E. Rogers, malicious injury to property, public intoxication

Brandon Tejuan Williams, 32, Tulsa, unlawful possession of marijuana, second and subsequent, resisting arrest

Misdemeanor charges

Rhonda Michelle Lopez, 29, Texas, molesting a motor vehicle, public intoxication

Jeffery Dale McCoy, 19, Perkins, driving under suspension

Zachary Edward Zaloudek, 18, OSU Allen Hall, 403C, driving under suspension

Eddie Alphonzo Boyd, 24, Oklahoma City, assault and battery

Lisa D. Ann Black, 21, OSU Allen Hall 403C, driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, aggravated

Jonas Wayne Carnes, 37, 511 E. 18th, possession of paraphernalia

LeRoy Kenneth Graham, 22, 318 N. Union, operatinga motor vehicle while under the influence of one or more intoxicating sustance other than alcohol, driving under revocation

Brandon Dean-Joseph Horning, 31, 819 S. Duck, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

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