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June 16, 2012

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PUBLIC

INTOXICATION

700 block E. 16th: Stacey Ray Murphy, 31, Ada, was arrested June 8 on suspicion of public intoxication.

 

NO LICENSE

Intersection of 16th and Turner: Eduardo Pineda, 37, Ada, was arrested June 9 on suspicion of no seat belt and driving without a license.

 

DUS

Intersection of 10th and Boadway: Bronson Kent Gore, 22, Stonewall, was arrested June 9 on suspicion of improper tag display and driving under suspension.

500 block W. Main: Mary Nicole Weaver, 29, Ada, was arrested June 15 on suspicion of driving under suspension.

 

FUGITIVE

Intersection of Seventh and Broadway: Bryan Wallace Sises, 40, Ada, was arrested June 11 on suspicion of being a fugitive from justice.

 

STOLEN

PROPERTY

Intersection of Ninth and Constant: Keith Ray Pilts, 19, Blanchard, was arrested June 12 on suspicion of driving without a license and possession of a stolen vehicle.

 

County

WARRANTS

Justin Harjo, 23, Ada, was arrested June 11 by Lighthorse police on suspicion of having a warrant.

Andrew Skeen, 24, Comanche, was arrested June 12 by sheriff’s deputies on suspicion of having warrants.

Paul Gannon, 34, Purcell, was arrested June 5 by Lighthorse police on suspicion of having a warrant.

Charles Reed, 49, Ada, was arrested June 6 by sheriff’s deputies on suspicion of having warrants.

 

NO LICENSE

Leal Milko, 22, Stonewall, was arrested June 11 by state troopers on suspicion of expired tag and driving without a license.

 

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