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Washita Valley Weekly   Page 7 www.washitavalleyweekly.com June 29, 2022 We Believe in Oklahoma COURTHOUSE NEWS The following felony charges have been filed against these individuals, however they are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Information from www.odcr.com . Tires ~ Tires ~ Tires New and Used Name Brand Tires Right Size! Right Price! WE RE PA I R BRAK E S ! Oil Changes & Other Repair H wy 81 T ire & A uTo 3505 S ouTH 4 TH - C HiCkASHA (405)320-3049 /574-2007 904 County Rd. 1310 ~For 41 Years~ FDI-1867K-A © 2022 EDWARD D. JONES & CO., L.P. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. > edwardjones.com | Member SIPC Call or visit your local financial advisor today. Compare our CD Rates Bank-issued, FDIC-insured Minimum deposit % APY* Minimum deposit % APY* Minimum deposit % APY* * Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 06/23/2022. 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How do you fight the devil and resist Him? We must learn to fight the devil the same way that we fight death, sickness, poverty, and any other evil thing Satan brings against us!  It’s time we learned to receive all the good things God has to offer and defeat all the evil things Satan has to offer, and we do both receiving and overcom- ing the same way; with FAITH!!! Grady County HOLCOMB, JAKE TYLER, Chickasha: ROBBERY WITH A WEAPON (FELONY) HOLCOMB, JAKE TYLER, Chickasha: ROBBERY WITH A WEAPON (FELONY) SMITH, THOMAS RAY JR, Tuttle: 1. DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BAT- TERY BY STRANGULATION(FELONY); 2. DOMESTIC ABUSE - ASSAULT & BATTERY (MISDEMEANOR) BEVILL, JENNIFER, Chickasha: DOMESTIC ABUSE - ASSAULT & BAT- TERY (FELONY) MOORE, NATHAN ALLEN, Chickasha: 1. ASSAULT & BATTERY ON POLICE OFFICER (FELONY); 2. ASSAULT & BATTERY ON POLICE OF- FICER (FELONY); 3. OBSTRUCTING OFFICER (MISD) Caddo County PARKS, DAVID LEE, Cement: 1. DUI (OHP/SHF FELONY); 2. DRIVING WHILE LICENSE IS CANCELED, SUSPENDED, REVOKED; 3. UNSAFE LANE USE; 4. FAILURE TO SECURE LOAD MINIELLY, GLADYS, Anadarko: ASSAULT & BATTERY W/DANGEROUS WEAPON LANKFORD, BRIAN WAYNE, Anadarko: DOMESTIC ABUSE--ASSAULT & BATTERY, A FELONY Marriage License Applications Grady County MCHUGH, PHILLIP LYNN and JOHNSON, HANNAH ELIZABETH, both of Chickasha CHAVEDO, TIFFANY LEANN and GOATEE, BETTY A., both of Minco MILLER, RILAND KEITH, Coman- che and LOYD, NORMA JEAN, Rush Springs BORSKI, JOSHUA BLAKE and DODD, DESTINY DAWN, both of Rush Springs Caddo County NONE REPORTED Divorce Filings Grady County HALLEY, MICHAEL L. vs. HAL- LEY, VICKI M. CALLAHAN, GEOFFREY vs. CAL- LAHAN, JAIME HOLLIDAY, SHAWNA DEON vs. HOLLIDAY, CHRISTOPHER ALAN WARREN, ROBIN vs. WARREN, AARON PALMER, ASHLEY vs. PALMER, JAMES WILLIAM Caddo County PHILLIPS, KRYSTAL vs. PHILLIPS, CODY DEWAYNE 14 Year old loses life in rollowver near Bray  A Duncan teenager lost her life in a single vehicle rollover crash near Bray on Monday. The name of the victim was withheld.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a 2008 Pontiac driven by a 16 year old male juvenile was traveling east on Renfrow Road, failing to stop at a stop sign on Monday about 3:15 pm. The accident occured approximately ¼ mile west of the intersection or Renfrow Road and Clearcreek Road,1½ miles west and 1 mile south of Bray. The driver lost control, departing the roadway to the left, rolling an undetermined amount of times. The driver was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional and was treated and released with trunk external injuries.  A juvenile, name withheld, 14 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was pronounced deceased at the scene by Survival Flight EMS.  A female juvenile passenger, name withheld, 17 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional and was treated and released with trunk external and head injuries.  A second passenger, Makiah C. Blackwell. female, 18 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional then flown by Survival Flight to OU Medical in Oklahoma City, OK. Treated and released with head injuries.  A fourth passenger, a juvenile, 14 was pinned and eventually freed by the Bray Fire Department volun- teers.  The cause of the collision and the condition of the driver are under investigation.  The incident is being investigated by Trooper Ryan Hayes #282 of the Traffic Homicide Unit. Assisted by Trooper Zachary Wright #490, Trooper Darin Car- man #552, Trooper Luke Norton #591, Trooper Jake Mackey #694, Survival Flight EMS, Survival Flight, Bray Fire Department, and Stephens County Sheriff’s Department. Injured Ratliff City man walks 2 miles from collision for help  According to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Collin K. Satterfield, 36 of Ratliff City, OK. walked from a collision scene to the Ratliff City Fire Department for assistance. He was transported by Air Evac from Ratliff City Fire Department to OU Medi- cal Center in Oklahoma City, OK. and admitted in stable condition with trunk internal and head injuries.  Satterfield was driving a 1996 Chevrolet pickup traveling eastbound on Delta Road on Friday, June 17 at approximately 12:30 pm when he experience a medical incident, departed the roadway to the right and struck a tree.  The incident was investigated by Trooper Walter Jack #338 of the Carter/Love County detachment of Troop F. Assisted by Trooper Hayden Darst #447 of the Carter/Love County detachment of Troop F, Ratliff City Fire Department, Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service and Air Evac. Duncan man killed in rollover near Marlow  A one vehicle accident on Saturday morning, June 24, 3/10ths of a mile north of Marlow on Railroad Street claimed the life of Patrick S. Olinger, 20 years of age, of Duncan, OK. He was pronounced de- ceased at the scene by Marlow Fire Department.  The 2004 Chevy Trailblazer was south bound on Railroad Street, failed to negotiate the curve starting at at Jerry Wayne Lane and crossed the center line. The driver took evasive action and swerved right, departing the roadway right. The vehicle rolled an undetermined number of times ejecting the driver, coming to rest on its top. Olinger was released by the Medical Examiner and transported to Callaway- Smith-Cobb Funeral Home in Marlow.  Both the condition of the driver and the cause of the accident are under investigation. Investigated by Trooper Darin Carman #552 of the Stephens County detachment of Troop G. Assisted by Trooper Zachary Johnson #404, Marlow Police Department, Marlow Fire Department, Oklahoma State Medical Examiner, and Stephens County Sheriff’s Department. Other Headlines  • Senate Republicans are proposing legislation that would allow states to spend $150 billion in unused COVID relief money to improve school safety.  • House Republicans recently unveiled a series of proposals aimed at strengthening the American fam- ily.  • State lawmakers in Florida and Texas are consid- ering legislation to criminalize taking children to drag shows.  • The CDC was forced to back down from its ef- forts to reimpose the mask mandate on airlines over monkeypox.  • A key advisory group to the World Health Or- ganization investigating the origins of COVID-19 announced yesterday that the lab leak theory deserved serious consideration and investigation. Husband’s Call  “Honey, it’s me. 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