Weekly Logan County Sheriff Report

The following report is from the Logan County Sheriff’s Office for the week of February 5, 2019 to February 12, 2019. Inmate Name Booked Date Released DOB Bail Charge Description ADAMS, HUNTER RYAN 2/8/2019 10:03 2/8/2019 9/15/1994 1500 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND BATTERY BRAND, SARAH BRITTANY 2/12/2019 11:11   5/22/1990 5000 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE   […]

Logan County filings March 13, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 13, 2019. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-48 State of Oklahoma v. Timbrook, James Albert CF-2019-49 State of Oklahoma v. Watt, Julie Michelle Civil relief more than $10,000 (CJ) CJ-2019-49 Bank Of America, N.A. v. David Flanagan, et al Criminal Misdemeanor (CM) CM-2019-144 State […]

Two people booked into jail for credit card fraud, possession of stolen Uhaul

Two people booked into jail for credit card fraud, possession of stolen Uhaul

With some good police work and a heads-up employee, two people are behind bars facing multiple charges. Lt. Mark Bruning and Detective Jason Hamilton with the Guthrie Police Department responded to the EARC thrift store in reference to someone using a stolen credit card in an attempt to purchase clothing items. Upon their arrival, investigators […]

Guthrie’s school calendar remains on schedule

Guthrie’s school calendar remains on schedule

Despite three days of instruction time lost for Guthrie Public Schools, the school calendar remains in tact. Due to weather conditions, the school district cancelled classes on Feb. 19, Feb. 28 and March 4. The district’s calendar committee built in two snow days in case the number of required instruction time. The school district is […]

Logan County filings March 12, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 12, 2019. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-47 State of Oklahoma v. Desjarlait, Patrick Thomas Civil relief more than $10,000 (CJ) CJ-2019-48 Newrez Mortgage LLC v. Patricia Catlin, et al Criminal Misdemeanor (CM) CM-2019-138 State of Oklahoma v. Bobo, Eddie Don CM-2019-139 State of […]

Logan County filings March 11, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 11, 2019. Criminal Misdemeanor (CM) CM-2019-137 State of Oklahoma v. Henning, Amber Marie Criminal Probable Cause (CPC) CPC-2019-11 State of Oklahoma v. Watt, Julie Michelle CPC-2019-12 State of Oklahoma v. Desjarlait, Patrick Thomas Declined Traffic Tickets (DTR) DTR-2019-6 State of Oklahoma v. […]

Watch: Sonic East makes annual $7000 donation to GPS

Brian Billings, along with his daughter Maci Billings, presents a check to Junior High Principal Robbie Rainwater.

Watch: Sonic East makes annual $7000 donation to GPS

Manager Brian Billings and his Sonic franchise, located at I-35 and Highway 33, gave their most recent generous donation to Guthrie Public Schools. This year Guthrie Junior High was chosen to receive the donation. Billings made the presentation on Monday evening’s Board of Education meeting to Junior High Principal Robbie Rainwater. “We sincerely thank you […]

GPS names Young, Toon-Daves as their February employees of the month

Pictured above is Shelley Toon-Daves receiving her plaque and pictured below is Allison Young accepting her plaque

GPS names Young, Toon-Daves as their February employees of the month

Guthrie Public Schools recognized their February Support and Certified Employees of the Month. Senior Army Instructor Mick Fredrickson nominated and presented Transportation Route Supervisor Shelley Toon-Daves as the Support Employee of the Month. Guthrie Junior High teacher Tina Ogle nominated Junior High Asst. Principal Allison Young for the Certified Employee of the Month. Along with […]

Voters should apply early for absentee ballots for April 2 election

Voters should apply early for absentee ballots for April 2 election

Voters in Logan County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the April 2 Board of Education General Election, Statutory Municipal General Election and Special School Election for Guthrie, Cashion , Luther, the City of Guthrie, the City of Crescent and the Town of Marshall, should apply now, according to County Election […]

Former Logan County deputy pleads guilty to money fraud

Former Logan County deputy pleads guilty to money fraud

Former Logan County Deputy Sheriff Doyle Allen Baker, 31, pleaded guilty to theft from a federal transportation grant. The announcement came from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. In November 2018, a federal grand jury indicted Baker for stealing more than $5,000 from federal grant funds administered by the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, which is part of […]

Watch: Jesse Cepeda named GPS Student of the Month

Pictured (L-R) is Blake Wimsey with Foundation Insurance, GHS senior Jesse Cepeda and Special Education teacher Kara Sawyer.

Watch: Jesse Cepeda named GPS Student of the Month

Senior Jesse Cepeda was named Guthrie Public School’s February Student of the Month. He was nominated by his teacher Kara Sawyer for the character trait of patience. “Jesse is a one of a kind student that many of us do not get the opportunity to meet in our our lifetime, let alone get to work […]

House passes $1,000 tax credit for teachers who purchase classroom supplies out of pocket

House passes $1,000 tax credit for teachers who purchase classroom supplies out of pocket

HOKLAHOMA CITY – The House of Representatives today unanimously passed a measure that would provide Oklahoma school teachers some financial relief when they spend money out of pocket for their classrooms. House Bill 2502, by House Speaker Charles McCall, would provide a $1,000 tax credit that teachers can claim for classroom expenditures and fees associated […]

Oklahoma Highway Patrol joins ‘Live PD’

Oklahoma Highway Patrol joins ‘Live PD’

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is officially joining Live PD, a show on A&E network, that follows the nation’s busiest police forces during a typical night on patrol. OHP shared the announcement on social media saying they will be joining the show at the end of this month.

Single vehicle accident on Highway 105 leaves one dead

Single vehicle accident on Highway 105 leaves one dead

A 39-year-old man was killed in a one vehicle accident on Saturday morning in eastern Logan County. According to a collision report, a 2007 Pontiac was traveling westbound on State Highway 105 approaching Luther Road when it departed the roadway to the left for an unknown reason, striking a barbed wire fence. The vehicle continued […]

Logan County filings March 8, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 8, 2019. Criminal Misdemeanor (CM) CM-2019-136 State of Oklahoma v. Kiser, Brett Blake Civil Misc. (CV) CV-2019-19 In Re: The Application of: Dale Ford To Issue Title Marriage license (ML) ML-2019-20 In Re the marriage of Verla S. Raines and Edward M. […]

Logan County filings March 7, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 7, 2019. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-46 State of Oklahoma v. Huish, Marlene Kay Civil relief more than $10,000 (CJ) CJ-2019-47 Discover Bank v. Russell R Tice Criminal Misdemeanor (CM) CM-2019-134 State of Oklahoma v. Cochrane, James David CM-2019-135 State of Oklahoma v. […]

Logan County filings March 6, 2019

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 6, 2019. Bondsman License (BL) BL-2019-4 In Re: Out of County Bondsman Brandy Shalon Walton Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-43 State of Oklahoma v. Wilburn, Curtis O’shea CF-2019-44 State of Oklahoma v. Medlock, Shannon Lamar CF-2019-45 State of Oklahoma v. Bowlds, Charles Randy […]

Guthrie Chamber to sponsor two school bond forums

Guthrie Chamber to sponsor two school bond forums

The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring two community forums relating to the upcoming Guthrie Public Schools bond election on April 2nd. The format will include remarks from members of the Board of Education, a presentation by Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson on the improvements proposed and an opportunity to submit questions on index cards. The […]

Ask Dr. Anna: Spring forward and stay safe

Ask Dr. Anna: Spring forward and stay safe

This weekend is a rite of passage. We set our clocks forward an hour and our season to spring. Any fear of oversleeping is quickly replaced with the extended sunlight at the end of our day and the promise of warmer weather. Spring cleaning, preparing gardens, sprucing up around the house, and thoughts of travel […]

Senate Minutes with State Senator Chuck Hall

Senate Minutes with State Senator Chuck Hall

The most important responsibility the Legislature is charged with is to write and pass a balanced budget on behalf of the citizens of this state.  Just like a family budgeting their dollars, we know there will always be more needs and wants than resources—so just like that family, it’s our job to prioritize the state’s […]