Comanche County, Oklahoma

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The Sheriff's House Sale

The Sheriff's House Sale is a public auction to sell repossessed properties, and it occurs periodically throughout the year. Sales are usually held on a scheduled Monday, at 11:00am in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the Courthouse (Room 302). A list of properties is listed below. Be advised that the list is subject to change, and may not be complete. For a current list, you will have to visit the Sheriff's Office at the Courthouse (Room 102).


April 30, 2018


CJ-2016-386 1640 NW 27th Street 65,000 15-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-150 107 Green Way, Elgin 78,000 15-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-420 5106 NE Hadington Place 135,000 15-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times  
CJ-2017-659 1807 NW Dearborn Avenue 40,000 15-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times  
CJ-2017-778 623 NW Granite Avenue, Cache 90,000 22-Mar-18 Baer-Timberlake County Times  
CJ-2017-324 4504 SW Beta Avenue 38,500 22-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times  
CJ-2017-249 5012 SW Pebble Creek Road 110,000 22-Mar-18 Riggs-Abney Constitution  
CJ-2016-804 4135 SW New Hope, Geronimo 145,000 NON PUB Baer-Timberlake NON PUB RECALL
CJ-2017-660 1508 SE Walnut Creek Road 85,000 29-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times RECALL
CJ-2016-447 216 SE Heather Lane 58,000 29-Mar-18 Riggs-Abney Constitution  
CJ-2017-291 5707 Lady Marna Avenue 140,000 29-Mar-18 Riggs-Abney Constitution  
CJ-2017-730 2325 NW Nottingham Road 65,000 29-Mar-18 Nunley Constitution  
CJ-2017-680 3134 NW Ferris Avenue 12,000 29-Mar-18 Nunley Constitution  
CJ-2017-666 410 NW 69th Street 55,000 29-Mar-18 Baer-Timberlake County Times  
CJ-2015-144 4307 SW Wolf Street 123,000 29-Mar-18 Baer-Timberlake County Times  
CJ-2018-80 Read Legal Tract 1 - 1404 NW Smith 18,000 29-Mar-18 Copeland County Times  
CJ-2018-80 Read Legal Tract 2 - 1304 W Ash 27,000 29-Mar-18 Copeland County Times  
CJ-2018-80 Read Legal Tract 3 - 1316 NW Ash 29,000 29-Mar-18 Copeland County Times  
CJ-2018-18 Read Legal Tract 4 Tract 2 21,500 29-Mar-18 Copeland County Times  
CJ-2018-79 Read Legal - 3601 NE Willow Way 142,000 29-Mar-18 Copeland County Times  
CJ-2017-831 1203 SW 24th Place 10,000 29-Mar-18 Shapiro County Times  
CJ-2017-822 410 NE Wichita Meadows Lane, Fletcher 45,000 29-Mar-18 Shapiro County Times  
CJ-2017-796 502 SW H Avenue 5,500 29-Mar-18 Shapiro County Times  
CJ-2017-862 2809 NE Belaire Circle 60,000 29-Mar-18 Shapiro County Times  
CJ-2016-209 2505 NE Lake Avenue 52,000 29-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-677 134 SW 69th Street 58,000 29-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-556 1509 NW 50th Street 40,000 29-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-882 1305 NW Ash Avenue 72,500 29-Mar-18 Kivell-Rayment County Times  
CJ-2017-879 1502 NW 81st Street 99,000 29-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times  
CJ-2017-354 1604 SW Edward Circle 115,000 29-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times RECALL
CJ-2017-802 7820 NW Welco Avenue 50,000 29-Mar-18 Lamun-Mock County Times  
CJ-2017-481 702 SW Burk Road 105,000 29-Mar-18 Kozeny Constitution  
CJ-2017-601 1601 SW E Avenue 32,000 29-Mar-18 Kozeny Constitution  
CJ-2014-122 4621 SE Meiling Drive 40,000 29-Mar-18 Kozeny Constitution  
CJ-2017-330 1614 SW Monroe None 29-Mar-18 Riggs-Abney Constitution  
CJ-2017-512 1613 NW 46th Street 39,000 30-Mar-18 Riggs-Abney Constitution  


District 3: Road and Bridge Report

Don Hawthorne, County Commissioner



I am reminded of two quotes regarding Oklahoma weather. To paraphrase an Ace Reed cartoon: the drought in SW Oklahoma is interrupted by periods of flooding.  Will Rogers once said, “If you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma wait 5 minutes and it will change”.  It seems like the weather this year has been crazier than others.

In my 7 years as Commissioner, we have gotten the sand trucks out each year over the Christmas holidays.  This year it was on New Year’s Eve.  But enough about weather and on to roads and bridges!

We have completed our three asphalt overlay projects:  the 82nd Street Project from Combs Road to State Highway 36, the Multiple Road Project that included Briarcreek and a portion of Heatherstone in Pecan Valley South, Deyo Mission from the Railroad tracks south to Lee Blvd, several portions of County Road 115 and Cache Road from 115 to the West Cache Creek Bridge, the Cache Road Project from Paint Road to County Road 115 and Showplace Ave. in Indiahoma.

Because the 2” inch asphalt lift raised the road level and there were sections that needed work anyway, we had to work the bar ditches to build the shoulders to make the roads safer and eliminate steeper drop offs in a number of areas along the three projects.

This time of year we trim the trees back that overhang the roadway.  This increases the visibility and makes the rural roads safer to drive.  This also makes the trees look ugly, but doing it in the spring time, the trees will soon bud out and look better.

The truss bridge on old State Highway 36 east of Faxon was found to be structurally deficient for the weight limit during the last inspection.  Since this bridge was seldom used, rather than spend money on it we chose to close the bridge.

The heavy rains this past spring caused a large amount of debris to wash against the pilings on the Sandy Creek Bridge west of Indiahoma. The debris forced the strong current against the back wall causing a considerable amount of dirt to wash out that had to be replaced to preserve the integrity of the bridge. 

Kenny and I met with Adrian Tehauno and Theo Niedo with the Comanche Nation Transportation Department to review the roads that they wanted to provide material for out of their highway funds.  We have agreed on 11 miles of oil and chip roads and about 4 miles of asphalt overlay.  We are currently having the required engineering done by CEC Engineering Company.

This month we will take delivery on a new John Deere backhoe and a front end loader.  They will replace ones that are about 20 years old and are worn out.

After the overlay was placed on H Ave. in Cache three vehicles ran off the cross drain culvert at the 4-way stop at H and 115.  Coordinating with the Mayor of Cache, we put up four flexible reflective pipes to make the drop off more visible, particularly at night.  This has seemed to help since no one has run off since this was done.

In conjunction with our continuing safety training a CPR class was given to the Comanche County District 3 work force. 

Dennis Long retired from the District 3 work force having worked a total of 38 years.  Dennis’s primary responsibility was operating a motor grader.  However, when called upon he ran other equipment as needed to maintain roads in the western portion of Comanche County. We want to again thank him for his dedication and commitment to the County and wish him the best in his retirement.

On February 26, I announced that I was not going to seek a third term.  It was with mixed emotions that I made this decision.  My time as Commissioner has been a rewarding experience.  I have gained a deeper understanding of building and maintaining roads and bridges and a greater appreciation for county government.  My term will end December 31, 2018. 


If you have questions or concerns, I can be contacted at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or you may phone the County Barn at 580-429-3217 or the Courthouse office at 580-353-3717. 


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