District Attorney Eddie Wyant and his staff of assistant prosecutors are preparing for a full fall felony docket set to open next week.

Among the cases to be heard is a domestic assault and battery charge against Albert Joseph Haskins.

Timothy Sean Hawkins will appear on multiple charges of auto theft. In a separate case Hawkins is scheduled to answer to charges of driving under the influence, driving without a drivers license, transporting open container and failure to wear a seatbelt.

Two Fairland men are scheduled to appear on charges of conspiracy to commit grand larceny, grand larceny and possession of firearm during commission of a felony. Troy Dewane Mathia, 21, and John Wesley Holden, 20, are accused of stealing several hundred pallets from a soil plant.

Coweesta Lynn Hoodenpyle will appear on charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Hoodenpyle, 50, is also scheduled to appear later this month in Craig County on first-degree manslaughter charges. She is charged in the death of Lois Ann Walker, 61, of Pawhuska. Authorities say Hoodenpyle was under the influence of alcohol when she crossed the center line and crashed into Walker's vehicle on Jan. 10.

Mikel C. Hutchinson will appear on charges of second-degree arson and fourth-degree arson.

Dennis Bailey Johnson is scheduled to appear on charges of manufacturing Methamphetamine, possession of Methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of paraphernalia.

Justin Joseph Johnson will appear on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, driving without a driver's license, expired tag and no insurance.

Tracy P. Jones and Jennifer M McConaghie will appear individually on charges of omitting to provide for minor child.

Renson Ninang Moses will appear on charges of sexual battery and first-degree burglary.

Mickey Ray Mulley is scheduled to appear on charges of domestic assault and battery and public intoxication.

Charles Patrick Painter and Zachary Lee Trask will appear on charges of obtaining merchandise by means of bogus check.

Khalid Pervez will appear on charges of leaving the scene a fatality accident and negligent homicide.

Levi Chancey Rogers is scheduled to appear on charges of knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

A 24-year-old college student will face charges of violating the state's Internet Crimes Act, making lewd or indecent proposals to a child under 16 and unlawful delivery of marijuana. Timothy Andrew Sharp, formerly of Tulsa, is accused to engaging in an Internet conversation with someone he believed to be a 14-year-old Miami girl.

Misti Spence will appear on charges of child abuse. Spence, 27, is accused of driving under the influence with a 5-year-old child in the front passenger seat in December last year.

Henry Summerfield is scheduled to appear for driving under the influence - second and subsequent, driving with a revoked license and no insurance.

William Roger Tucker will appear on charges of driving under the influence - second and subsequent, driving under suspension, no insurance, speeding and transporting an open container.

Christopher Lee Waldon and Jamie S. Westpfahl will appear individually on charges of possession of marijuana and failure to pay taxes.

Judge Robert Haney will preside over a number of cases Monday beginning at 2 p.m. - including rape, extortion and murder.

For a detailed list of afternoon appearances on the felony docket see Thursday's edition of the News Record.