- Ada, Oklahoma


May 18, 2013

Bench Warrants

Ada —

Ada Police

Huggins, Joshua D.

Hurt, Robert D.

Ingram, Arlen D.

Jackson, Phillip N.

Johnson, Billy J.

Jolley, Justin E.

Jolley, Robert J.

Jones, Demantre D.

Juds, Jullie A.

Kahle, Jason D.

Keller, Brittain E.

Kilpatrick, Crystal D.

King, Jason R.

Ladd, Rachel M.

Lawless, Mary Ann

Lee, Cassie D.

Lewis, Leonard M.

Little, Elric

Lozano, Alejandro G.

Mann, Joseph T.

Mast, Curtis L.

Meeks, Nicholas L.

Mendoza, Keela M.

Millican, Alexa M.

Mitchell, Tracy

Murphy, Stacey F.

Nickich, John R.


For information on these warrants,  contact the Municipal Court Clerk’s office in the Ada Police Department at 580-436-8024.


Pontotoc County

James Anthony David Adams, 39

Jose Cruz Alvarez, 49

James Edward Bastible, 23

Valerie Faye Bates, 51

Bryant Keith Black, 43

Robert Paul Black, 37

Judy M. Blansett, 62

Tonya Bonnell  aka Tonya Boulton

Kenneth Boudreaux

Tara Michelle Cook, 30

Jason Lee Cox

Kenneth Gipson, 59

Dennis Patrick Kee, 43

Ryan Edward Lee, 30

Shawn Williams Lemons, 26

Ronald K. Nickell, 50

Marty Wayne Pittman, 57

Mona Rene Reeves, 49

Michael David Rogers, 54

James Gregory Shelton

Benjamin Lee Springer, 22

Lisa J. Stegall, 39

Luke Tatum

Vanessa Wallace, 23

Ashley C. Wilson, 28


For information on these warrants, contact the Pontotoc County Court Clerk’s office at 580-332-8095.


Tupelo Police

Cox, Shawna Marie, 30

Gordon, Bernard L., 57

Park, Michael Sang, 45

Compton, Robin Hawk, 53

Montiel, Marie Josefa, 28

Dunsford, Joe Richard, 62

Smith, Jessica Chauntelle, 35

Smith, Roderick James II, 19

Mayhugh, James Edward, 46

West, Roberta Ann, 35

Wise, Manuel Miguel, 26

Wright, Jonathan Lee, 24

Crowder, Everett Lee, 34

Dolen, Jesse DeWayne, 43

Guiterrez, Sergio Rodriguez, 31

Haught, Stephanie P., 39

Horne, Gary Jonathan, 30

Lewis, Forrest Juwan, 21

Stone, Randell Lee, 39

Walker, Jared Lance, 22

Angle, Joy Machelle, 44

Patterson, Kenneth Ray, 80

Tramel, Lori McCormick, 50

Zghool, Mohammad Mahamoud, 54

Carmargo, Omar, 37


For more information on these warrants, contact the Tupelo court clerk at 580-845-2412.

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