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15 felonies, a delighted commissioner and so much more

[ 4 ] February 5, 2014 |

By JOHN M. WYLIE II, Editor

Commissioner Mike Helm has high praise for Rogers County Sheriff’s deputies who stopped a fuel theft from a snow plow Saturday and wound up booking a couple on 15 felony complaints.

“We had a suspect and his girlfriend try to steal gas from one of our tractors. It is a great story about the Sheriff’s Office and Chief (Deputy David) Book and his guys,” Helm said.

When it was all over, 38-year-old Joseph Leon Dunn of Collinsville was being held in the Rogers County Jail on 12 felony and one misdemeanor booking complaints, records show.

The felonies include larceny, false personation, five counts of possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property, carrying a firearm after conviction of a felony, tampering with a security camera or system, manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance and maintaining a place for keeping/selling a controlled dangerous substance.

He was also booked for misdemeanor unlawful possession of paraphernalia.

Lisa Michele Sanders, 37, of Collinsville, was being held for Tulsa County on an outstanding warrant, on felony complaints of false personation, possession of a controlled substance, and larceny, and for misdemeanor unlawful possession of paraphernalia.

The outstanding warrant is for a felony charge of false personation of another to create liability stemming from an Owasso case almost two years ago. It was also tied to one or more outstanding city traffic warrants from the City of Tulsa.

The Rogers County District Attorney’s office is reviewing the new cases against both to determine what formal charges will be filed. Both Dunn and Sanders have initial court dates scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Feb. 17.

According to a probable cause affidavit by Deputy Scotty Moree, the incident began about 9:15 p.m. Saturday when he noticed a white truck in a field on the northeast corner of N. 177 E. Ave. and Oklahoma 20.

The truck was parked next to a tractor.

See the rest of the story in this week’s Leader.

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  1. Mariana says:

    Your felonies include things like larceny, phony personation, several matters regarding ownership of the governed compound, having ripped off residence, holding some sort of firearm soon after certainty of the prison, tampering which has a safety measures video camera or perhaps process, make of the governed harmful compound along with maintaining a spot with regard to keeping/selling some sort of governed harmful compound.

    http://www.nyc-seo.org

    • Leader says:

      I believe the story contains the details needed to read about how and why these complaints were filed. And when formal charges are filed, they will be posted. I’ve done this for 44+ years. These charges appear legitimate by any standard you wish to set. The original charges against the female defendant in Owasso almost got a lifelong friend of hers tossed in jail because the defendant gave her friend’s name and d/o/b when arrested on traffic charges. When formal charges are filed, we will post them and then you can judge better. Thanks for inquiring.

  2. Mariana says:

    Your felonies include things like larceny, phony personation, several matters regarding ownership of the governed compound, having ripped off residence, holding some sort of firearm soon after certainty of the prison, tampering which has a safety measures video camera or perhaps process, make of the governed harmful compound along with maintaining a spot with regard to keeping/selling some sort of governed harmful compound.

    Mariana
    http://www.nyc-seo.org

    • Leader says:

      I can’t speak to the other issues, the the false personation issue involves previous attempts by the defendants to dump their illegal behavior on completely innocent third parties. One woman was arrested because of it. I can’t speak to the other issues but the allegations all are felonies under state law.