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A2 - THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday November 22 2012 People Perkins man charged in OBN drug bust Sammie Barker Barnard 1918-2012 Sammie Barker Bamard, 93, died November 17, 2012 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Her funeral service was at 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 26, 2012 at Highland Park United Meth- odist Church in Stillwater. Strode Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was bom December 13, 1918 to Sam S. and Annabell Barker in Erick, Oklahoma. She grew up in Sayre, Okla- homa. She graduated from Sayre High School in May 1936. She married Amos Bamard on June 25, 1936. They lived on the farm where Amos was born in Erick for 11 years. During that time, three of their five children were born - David, Becky and Ginny. In 1947, they moved to Beaver, Oklahoma where Amos began his 3.7 year career with USDA-Soil Conservation Service. They moved to Hollis, Oklahoma in 1948. Amy and Ray were born there. In 1954, they moved to Stillwater. A seeker of truth, wisdom and excellence, Sammie believed life is a gift from God and should be lived with joy and gratitude. She was a loving and giving wife, mother and friend whose greatest joy was sharing time and life with those she loved. ..... She was an excellent cook an,d seamstress who loved to sew for her family. A deeply spiritual person, she gave expression to her faith by COON creating beautiful liturgical banners and paraments for Highland Park United Meth- odist Church, where she and Amos were members. She also sang in the church choir. A charter member of the Cimar- ron Valley Quilter Guild, she spent many happy hours making quilts for her family. She and Amos were members of Stillwater Wagon Wheel Dance Club for over 40 years. Sammie retired from OSU in 1984. She was a Senior Secretary in the school of Accounting. She worked for OSU for 22 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Amos. She is survived by her children: David Barnard, and wife, Patricia, of Tulsa, Rebecca Grimmaud, of Tyler, TX, Virginia Norrell, of Tyler, TX, Amy Drain, and husband, Alan, of Reed Point, MT, and Ray Bamard, and wife, Sherri, of Stillwa- ter, OK. She is also survived by 18 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; one brother, Larry Barker, of Tucson; and sisters, Claire Cook of La Mesa, CA, and Zona Bower of La Veme, CA. Pallbearers will be her grandsons. In lieu of flowers, memo- rials may be given to the HPUMC Music Deparmaent or charity of choice. Condolences may be emailed to the family and an online obituary may be viewed by visiting www.strodefh.com By Patti Weaver Journal Correspondent An extensive drug bust in Payne County by the state narcotics bureau has resulted in charges against 21 defendants, ranging in age from their 20s to 50s -- with most accused of selling methamphetamine to undercover agents. Only one, Perkins resi- dent Chad Jeramie Gray, 36, has been ordered jailed without bail on the latest of his four meth- amphetamine charges in Payne County. When Gray was arrested on Nov. 9 by Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control agents, he was already on probation for possessing metham- phetamine in 2005. In his new charge filed this month, Gray has been accused of selling $30 of methamphetamine to an OBN agent at Gray's residence in Perkins in the 200 block of E. Hert Street on April 11, court records show. Gray had been charged earlier this Year with pos- sessing methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in Perkins on July 8. Gray was also charged with manufacturing metham- phetamine and possess- ing the drug in Stillwater on Nov. 23, 2010. He is due to appear in court on Nov. 30. Other defendants charged in Payne County District Court by Tuesday morning in the OBN drug bust were: • ex-convict Jeffrey Jordan Pennington, 39, of Stillwater, who was released from' prison in January fter serv- ing less than one-third of his 12-year sentence for possessing a drug with intent to distribute in Payne County, now jailed on $50,000 bail for endeavoring to make methamphetamine, being a felon in possession of a shotgun, and possessing drug paraphernalia, all on Nov. 9 at his residence in the 5700 block of S. Jardot; • Cushing residents Victor Manuel Lomboy Celso Jr., 26, jailed on total $90,000 bail, and Romana Annette DeLaTorre, 43, held on $50,000 bail, accused together with selling $50 worth of methamphet- amine to an undercover OBN agent on April 10 in front of duplex apart- ments in the 100 block of W. Oak in Cushing. Celso also has been charged with possessing the drug with intent to distribute and having drug para- phernalia on Nov. 9; • Cushing resident Donald Gene Hilyard, 50, free on $20,000 bail on a charge of selling $50 worth of methamphetamine in a parking lot in the 1100 block of E. Main Street in Cushing on April 12; • Oilton resident Larry Glen Hoopingarner Jr., 50, with Angela Marie Hoopingarner, 42, of Cushing, and Sue Ann Humble, 41, of Oilton, jailed on $20,000 bail each, charged together with conspiracy to dis- tribute methamphetamine for allegedly delivering $100 worth of the drug at Angela Hoopingarner's residence in the 1300 block of E. Walnut on March 28; • Cushing resident Christy Dawn Oyler, 31, free on $20,000 bail, charged with selling $50 worth of methamphetamine to an undercover OBN agent at her residence in the 1100 block of W. Oak Street on April 12; • Cushing resident Carlos Terrill Maxwell, 41 ,jailed on $20,000 bail, charged with selling $100 worth of methamphetamine to an undercover OBN agent outside a Blazer parked in the backyard of his residence in the 500 block of S. Steele on March 29; • Cushing resident Carl Thomas Breazzeal, 53, jailed on $10,000 bail, charged with selling $40 of methamphetamine to an undercover OBN agent in the 1200 block of E. Broadway on April 12; • Cushing resident Rich- ard Mark "Marcus" Rol- lins, 42, jailed on $10,000 bail, charged with selling five pills represented as valium for $20 to an undercover OBN agent, also in the 1200 block of E. Broadway on April 12; • Yale resident James Hulen Downs, 33, jailed on $25,000 bail, charged with endeavoring to manufacture metham- phetamine in the 1100 block of E. Oak in Cush- ing, possessing the drug with intent to distribute and possessing drug paraphernalia in'an OBN case on Nov. 9; • Cushing resident Michelle Rose Burton, 40, jailed on $10,000 bail, charged with sell- ing $45 worth of meth- amphetamine to an undercover OBN agent at his vehicle after meet- ing her at her residence in the 110 block of S. Hough on April 12; • Anita Dawn Pumphrey, 37, whose address was not listed, jailed on $1,000 bail, charged with possessing meth- Continued from Page At contracts with a company that took down the meth- amphetamine labs to dis- pose of them, Woodward said. "This stems from a traf- fic stop. We got enough information for a search warrant for the Perkins residence, the house and trailer behind," Wood- ward said. Coon was initially charged with 119 counts of endeavoring to manu- facture methamphetamine within 2,000 feet of a child care facility, and one count each of trafficking drugs, possession of a drug without a tax stamp, pos- session of a drug within 1,000 feet of a child care facility and possession of drug paraphernalia, the district attorney said. Coon's charges were amended three months later into one count each of manufacturing methamphetamine in rural Perkins during a one-year period within 1,000 feet of Super Kids child care facility, trafficking the drug on Jan. 31, and pos- sessing the drug without a tax stamp on Jan. 31. Coon and four others -- including his wife -- were arrested on Jan. 31 at the Coons' residence in the 6200 block of S. Perkins Road in Stillwater after a search warrant was obtained for that location, Woodward said. A 2-year-old boy at the house was taken into protective custody by the state Department of Human Services, Wood- ward said.' Coon and the four others were charged with possessing methamphet- amine and marijuana in National Award Winning Meats the presence of the 2-year- old boy and also possess- ing drug paraphernalia, all on Jan. 31. Coon was given a concurrent 10-year deferred sentence Friday in that case. His wife, Chelsea Dawn Coon, 23, had pleaded guilty and was placed on five years' probation in June -- with the con- dition she enroll in and successfully complete the Payne County Drug Court program. She was also given $1,250 in fines and assessments. Nicholas Ryan Brown, 21, who lived with the Coons, had pleaded guilty in March and was ordered into the state's prison boot camp program. Six months later, Brown was released to five years' probation with condi- tions -- including a drug and alcohol evaluation and any recommended follow-up. He was also given $1,250 in fines and assessments. Kyle Warren Davis, 22, of Perkins, who was also arrested at the Coons' resi- dence, had pleaded guilty in April and was placed on five years' probation with conditions -- includ- ing a drug and alcohol evaluation and any recom- mended follow-up. He was also given $1,250 in fines and assessments. Eric Alten Scott Sim- mons, 20, of Stillwater, who was already on drug probation when he was arrested at the Coons' residence, pleaded guilty in May and was placed on five years' probation except 60 days in jail and ordered to have a drug and alcohol evaluation and any recommended treatment. He was also ordered to perform 100 hours of community service and amphetamine in an OBN case on Nov. 9; • Cushing resident Van- essa Ann Pearson, 27, and Stillwater resident Richard Gill, 52, both free on $10,000 bail each, charged together with selling $100 worth of the painkilling drug Lortab, also known as hydrocodone, to an undercover OBN agent in a parking lot in the 220 block of E. Cherry on April 12; • Cushing resident Andi Lee Bass, 25, jailed on $10,000 bail, charged with endeavoring to distribute $50 worth of hydrocodone at a car- wash in Drumright after meeting with an under- cover OBN agent at a gas 'station in Cushing and allegedly accepting the money, but never responding to text mes- sages from a confidential informant on March 29; • Cushing resident Kelley Diaz, 46, free on $10,000 bail, charged with sell- ing $30 worth of valium pills at her home in the 1200 block of E. Second to an undercover OBN agent on March 29; • Cushing resident Rusty Alan Faires, 24, jailed on $5,000 bail, charged with selling $20 worth of mari- juana at his home in the 400 block of E. Cherry to an undercover OBN agent on April 11; • Cushing resident Cla- rissa D. Wages, 39, free on $5,000 bail, charged with selling $50 worth of marijuana at the same residence in the 400 block of E. Cherry to an undercover OBN agent on April 11. 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