Waurika News Democrat

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April 17, 2013

Sheriff's Log

WAURIKA — These are recent arrests made by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.

Charges noted are the charges given at the time of book-in and may be subject to change by the District 6 District Attorney:

- Kenneth Odell Werline, Oklahoma City, 65, arrested 4/9/13. Failure to pay fines and costs on original charge of obscene, threatening and harassing phone calls.

- Cedric L Scott, 29, arrested 4/10/13. DOC contract.

- Deshane L. Shelton, 36, arrested 4/10/12. DOC contract.

- Kyle L Anderson, Oklahoma City, 28, arrested 4/10/13. DOC contract.

- Terry Ray McHenry, 35, arrested 4/10/13. DOC contract.

- Jerry Royce Sisson, Randlett, 41, arrested 4/12/13. Failure to appear.

- Justin Lee Bishop, Tulsa, 35, arrested 4/12/13. Failure to appear on the original charge of bogus checks.

- Allen Troy Brantley, Ryan, 32, arrested 4/12/13. Hold for Carter County.

- Johnny Dale Mitchell, Medford, Ore, 28, arrested 4/12/13. No driver’s license and no insurance.

- Samantha Lea Adair, Waurika, 28, arrested 4/13/13. Public intoxication.

- Brandon Lee Case, Waurika, 23, arrested 4/13/13. Hold for Carter County.

- Marguerita Ochoa Herrera, Waco, Texas, 50, arrested 4/13/13. Warrant: Bogus checks.

- Jerome Darnel Gipson, Gainesville, Texas, 58, arrested 4/14/13. Indecent exposure.

- Joshua Wayne Miller, Waurika, 25, arrested 4/14/13. Unlawfully carries a firearm and public intoxication.

- Latasha Marie Miller, Comanche, 32, arrested 4/14/13. Public Intoxication and transporting an open container-beer.

- Donald Ray Rogers, Hastings, 50, arrested 4/14/13. Driving under the influence.

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