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December 12, 2012

Matter of record

NORMAN — The following people were charged with felony counts in the Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office:

· Seth Salvatore Skiles, 26, possession of controlled dangerous substance, possession of firearms after conviction or during probation, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

· Cody Glen Shoptaw, 22, second degree burglary

· Brent Phelps McMillan, 38, possession of firearm after former felony conviction

· Joel Daniel Keahbone, 36, robbery by force or fear in concert with Byron Tongkeamah

· Byron Scott Tongkeamah, 27, robbery by force or fear in concert with Joel Keahbone

· Justis Hamilton Burgess, 19, possession of controlled dangerous substance in the presence of a minor under 12 or within 1000 feet of a park or school

· Chelsea Llaina Ray Smith, 24, possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

· Brandon Dale Robinson, 32, contraband/weapons/explosives and drugs in a penal institution, possession of controlled dangerous substance, malicious injury to property, destroying evidence

· James Randolph Hanna, 33, aggravated driving while under the influence of alcohol

· Larissa Faye Gatlin, 22, uttering a forged instrument

· Shannon Nicole Hogan, uttering a counterfeit instrument, falsely personating another to create liability

· Anthony Tuan Laszynski, 46, assault and battery domestic by strangulation, assault and battery domestic abuse

— Transcript Staff

 

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