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September 9, 2009

Felony charges filed in county district court

The following felonies were filed in Cleveland County District Court:

· Ashton Blake Montgomery, 20, Norman, unlawful possession of controlled drug within 1,000 feet of a park and unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous drug;

· Donald Zane Wasio, 21, Norman, unlawful possession of controlled drug within 1,000 feet of a park;

· Tony Divon Mayo, 46, Minneapolis, Minn., unlawful trafficking in illegal drugs;

· Trent Jack McCaulley, 45, Norman, unlawful possession of controlled drug within 1,000 feet of a park and unlawful possession of precursor substance without permit;

· Willie Don Stark, 29, Norman, unlawful possession of marijuana;

· Lori Velvet Jobe, 31, Norman, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous drug;

· Amanda Gayle Jackson, 23, Oklahoma City, larceny of merchandise from a retailer;

· Robert Ara Jeffries, II, 33, Oklahoma City, knowingly concealing stolen property;

· Dana Beth Willman, 33, Edmond, uttering a counterfeit instrument;

· Mark Allen Barnett, 37, Moore, knowingly concealing stolen property and uttering a forged instrument;

· Todd Aaron Cahill, 34, Oklahoma City, uttering a forged instrument;

· Misty Leigh Morris, 34, Oklahoma City, conspiracy to commit a felony and two counts of uttering a forged instrument;

· Jennifer Renae Baird, 25, Oklahoma City, conspiracy to commit a felony and two counts of uttering a forged instrument;

· Alanda Bell Patterson, 24, Lindsay, uttering a forged instrument;

· Marcus Marquette, 48, Norman, uttering a counterfeit instrument;

· Loana Chardana Littleton, 23, Spencer, identity theft and second-degree forgery;

· Matthew Lee Williams, 20, Norman, knowingly concealing stolen property and two counts of uttering a forged instrument;

· Jeff Adam Warren, 29, conspiracy to commit a felony and burglary of vending machine;

· Kendra Page Dimeo, 33, Edmond, conspiracy to commit a felony and burglary of vending machine;

· Brandon Tom Collins, 31, Oklahoma City, assault with a dangerous weapon;

· John Christian Presley, 28, Lexington, domestic abuse by strangulation;

· Ryan Keith Meyer, 52, Wanette, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and attempt to escape from lawful custody;

· Fernando Fraire-Suarez, 40, Moore, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol;

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