Altus DHS supervisor jailed

Apr 30, 2009 Full story: Tulsa World 26

ALTUS a ' A Department of Human Services supervisor in Jackson County is accused of scratching her 16-year-old son and trying to stab him in the leg with a fork.

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Oklahoma City, OK

#21 Jul 23, 2011
Put her big ass I'n JAIL

United States

#24 Jan 4, 2012
What was her name?

Altus, OK

#25 Jan 4, 2012
What happened to her and her kids ?
Hates this town

Euless, TX

#26 Jan 24, 2014
Oklahoma DHS has hundreds of child in THEIR care that are either "missing" or "unaccounted" for - it's horrible how BAD it is & that is just Altus not to mention the rest of the state DHS offices!!! They waste ALL their time harassing GOOD people that LOVE & CARE 4 their kids when there are tons of kids getting abused, neglected, & even killed. They honestly NEED to get their s**t together & very quickly BUT it will NEVER sad!!!!
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Euless, TX

#27 Jan 24, 2014
formeraltusank wrote:
Are DHS workers in the State of Oklahoma required to hold any type of degree/state licensure? Surely, someone in this position would. I'm sure her work was monitored.(Board of Directors or someone.) I hope that this women and her children have relatives and friends that can provide a support system for them - especially if alcoholism is involved. The position she held can be quite stressful. Dealing with others' problems and having problems of her own could have been too much for her to handle on her own. This worker has helped people for years and now is needing help. I hope people reach out to her rather than turning away.
I KNOW for a fact that as long as someone has ANY kind of Bachelor's Degree then you can work for DHS........I personally KNOW 2 people that are "DHS Caseworkers" HAHA anyways 1 of them has a degree in Parks & Recreational Leadership(should be a Girl Scout leader DEF NOT a caseworker) & the other 1 has a degree in BOTANY lol she is an expert at taking care of plants BUT DEF NOT overseeing cases involving families OR children!!! It's really ridiculous!!!
Ex sw oklahoman

Oklahoma City, OK

#28 Feb 9, 2014
EXX wrote:
It appears that if nothing happened. What a shame. Due to her criminal actions and behavior, I have to pay more child support money because she was demoted to a lower pay scale. I know this is my responsibility, but I believe she should pay more (as in getting a part-time job to pay the difference). I am not the one who committed the crime.
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I'm very sorry for what has happened... I hope those weren't your children. That town lets who they want out of trouble... Only reason she got punished is the attention it got. I personally know someone we'll off that was caught with weight of drugs and got off. His father told me he had to pay off some ppl... I left after being stocked by an officer there for a year with no help from the pd... Keep this family in your prayers

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