- Ada, Oklahoma

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July 13, 2012

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1400 block N. Country Club: Rene Reyes Bustamute, 60, Ada, was arrested July 2 on suspicion of possession of an open container of alcohol in public, petit larceny and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.



400 block E. Richardson: Corey Benson, 22, Ponca City, was arrested June 30 on suspicion of public intoxication.



200 block E. Arlington: Tillman Carroll Sharp, 31, Ada, was arrested July 3 on suspicion of driving under suspension.



Intersection of Arlington and Texas: Kimberly Ann Sutton, 42, Ada, was arrested July 3 on suspicion of driving without a license.



700 block N. Cherry: Darrell K. Kopaddy, 18, Ada, was arrested July 6 on suspicion of public intoxication, first-degree burglary, larceny of a controlled substance and assault and battery.

500 block Rebecca Lane: Michael Carpenter, 52, Ada, was arrested July 7 on suspicion of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.



100 block S. Mississippi: Jeremiah Isaiah Williams, 23, Sulphur, was arrested July 7 on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.

1000 block Lonnie Abbott: Bruce Lloyd Long, 41, Lexington, was arrested July 10 on suspicion of defective tail lights, no insurance and driving under the influence of intoxicants.



Intersection of Main and Oak: Kevin Von Jack, 27, Ada, was arrested July 9 on suspicion of petit larceny.


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