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November 17, 2011

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NORMAN — Recent felony filings in Cleveland County include:

·Jerry Glen Higdon, 61, indecent exposure.

·Krystal Lynne Speer, 28, possession of controlled dangerous substance.

·Victoria Ellis, 26, uttering forged instrument.

·William James Fish, 34, possession of controlled dangerous substance.

·Juan Jose Quezada, 28, unlawful possessioin of controlled drug with intent to distribute.

·Jerry Lann Malone, 26, unauthorized use of a vehicle, possession of controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving with a cancelled, suspended or revoked license.

· Michael Edward McIntosh, 45, distributing controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of school.

·Rene Hernandez-Cornejo, 20, unlawful possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute, driving without a driver’s license, failure to carry insurance, and making, possessing, selling or displaying false identification card.

·Euel James Wood, 49, possession of controlled dangerous substance.

·Travis Shane Hayes, 31, domestic abuse assault and battery, disrupting, preventing or interrupting emergency telephone call, and two counts of malicious injury to property under $1,000.

·Kyle Walter Blakeburn, 21, manufacture of controlled dangerous substance, and possession or selling of paraphernalia.

·Andrew G. McChesney, 31, two counts of lewd or indecent proposals to child under 16.

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