Jail bookings Sept. 6-9

September 10, 2021 | Police

The following information is provided by the Kay County Detention Center.

Those booked in the county jail Sept. 6-9 include: 

Jessie Gordon Bishop, 55, Blackwell, DUI aggravated. Held on $200 bond.

Amber Renee Bowers-Simmons, 30, child neglect. Released on $2,500 bond.

Jeffery Paul Buford, 40, Ponca City, assault and battery on police officer. Released on $5,000 bond.

Jeffery Allen Butzbach, 32, Blackwell, leaving the scene of an accident. Released on $2,500 bond.

Thomas Choate, 29, Newkirk, Bridgeway hold.

Tracy William Cloud, 54, Ponca City, knowingly stolen property. Held on $5,000 bond.

Holly Dawn Foutch, 44, Stillwater, possession of a CDS. Held on $300 bond.

Killison Imi, 33, Ponca City, aggravated DUI. Released on $2,500 bond.

Cornelius Jones, 35, Louisburg, Kan. arrested on Kay County warrant. 

Trevor Allen Keeler, 23, Ponca City, drug charges. Held on $3,000 bond.

Woodrow Solon Kent, 49, Ponca City, falsely personate another create liability. Held on $5,200 bond.

Tyler Andrew Lattimer, 22, Braman, DUI under the age of 21 and conspiracy to deliver marijuana. Held on $30,200 bond.

Jimmy Wayne Lee, 61, Ponca City, exploitation of elderly. Held on $2,500 bond.

Heather Kay Marlatt, 45, Newkirk, child neglect. Held on $20,000 bond.

Francis Thomas Rhodd, 35, Ponca City, possession of meth. Held on $12,228.71 bond.

Tyrus O’Neil Simon, 52, Ponca City, DUI. Released on $3,000 bond.

Cory Allen Teten, 45, Tonkawa, feloniously pointing firearm. Released on $25,000 bond.

Valerie Gay Thompson, 50, Ponca City, domestic assault and battery.. Released on $1,500 bond.

Fred Roy Warrior, 22, Ponca City, cruelty to animals. Released on $10,000 bond.

Tyrus James Washington, 27, White Eagle, assault and battery upon a police officer. Released on $4,600 bond.

Tyler Ray Young, 27, Ponca City, DUI. Released on $200 bond.

Nellie Rae Zotigh, 42, Ponca City, child endangerment. Held on $51,000 bond.

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