1100 block Lonnie Abbott: Alicia Jessica Martin, 20, Ada, was arrested Feb. 11 on suspicion of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Intersection of Orchard and Francis: Arthur Tribby, 46, Ada, was arrested Feb. 11 on suspicion of driving under suspension.
1200 block W. Main: Richard Lynn Scroggins, 44, Pauls Valley, was arrested Feb. 10 on suspicion of transporting an open container of alcohol and driving or actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Pontotoc County Sheriff’s
Christopher Arles, 35, Ada, was arrested Feb. 7 by Lighthorse police on suspicion of having a warrant.
Lena Arnold, 46, McCloud, was arrested Feb. 6 on suspicion of having warrants.
Ronald Camp, 35, Midwest City, was arrested Feb. 7 on suspicion of having a warrant.
David Clark, 34, Tulsa, was arrested Feb. 6 on suspicion of having a warrant.
Brian Fuller, 28, West Monroe, La., was arrested Feb. 6 by sheriff's deputies on suspicion of having warrants.
Angela Harrington, 32, Oklahoma City, was arrested Feb. 11 by Lighthorse police on suspicion of having warrants.
Jonathan Nail, 33, Ada, was arrested Feb. 10 on suspicion of having a warrant.
BREAKING AND ENTERING
Tiner Day, 24, Stratford, was arrested Feb. 6 by sheriff's deputies on suspicion of having warrants and braking and entering.
Charles Moore, 25, Ada, was arrested Feb. 8 by state troopers on suspicion of failure to stop at a stop sign and operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Michael Norris, 43, Ada, was arrested Feb. 8 by state troopers on suspicion of no insurance and driving without a license.
- Local News
Thomsen: State would benefit from film crew revenues
A state senator and representative were guests in Ada at a Chamber of Commerce legislative luncheon at the Pontotoc Technology Center Friday.
- Portrait of ‘Chickasaw Gem’ graces state Capitol
- Forecasters run social media ‘tornado drill’
- Lexington-Purcell bridge to be closed indefinitely
- County Arrests
- Thomsen: State would benefit from film crew revenues
- Local Sports
No. 1 Victory Christian holds off Ada boys
For the second straight time this postseason, the paths of Class 4A's top-ranked Victory Christian Conquerors and the Ada Cougars crossed — exactly one week after they met in the Class 4A Regional Tournament finals in Checotah.
Unfortunately for the the Cougars, the same result happened the second time around.
- Latta girls rough up Rush Springs
- Ada soccer teams finish play in Rose Rock tournament
- Latta team holds off Haworth
- Lady Cougars stop No. 1 Fort Gibson in overtime
- No. 1 Victory Christian holds off Ada boys
Seminole State College to host creativity symposium
The Language Arts and Humanities Division at Seminole State College is hosting its Fourth Annual “Howlers and Yawpers Creativity Symposium: A Showcase of Oklahoma Artists, Musicians, Actors, Writers, and Dancers” on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25, 2014.
- Religion Briefs
- Retired educators hold February meeting
- St. Joseph Church to host women’s breakfast and Lenten reflection
- Religion Briefs
- Seminole State College to host creativity symposium
Thanks to constituents involved in process
Long before I was first elected to the State Senate, the Legislature had sessions that actually run much longer than those I’ve experienced. For many years, the session began in January, rather than February as it does now. And there was no defined date for ending the session.
- The Sermon on the Mount: Part 1
- Practicing the presence of God
- Church recipient of legacies in memory of deceased members
- One-way thinking
- Thanks to constituents involved in process