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Broken Arrow Police Release Identity Of Body Found In Field

There are 54 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Jun 21, 2010, titled Broken Arrow Police Release Identity Of Body Found In Field. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

Police are releasing the identify of a body found in a Broken Arrow field. Broken Arrow police say the body of 29-year-old Joshua Michael Wilson was located south of the 2700 block of west Houston.

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einzig

Tulsa, OK

#1 Jun 21, 2010
Looks like Mr Wilson (if this is indeed the same Joshua M Wilson/age 29) had a dept of corrections record for possession of controlled substance, perhaps a OD?
I've been told by a couple of people who had prison records that if it wasn't for the fact that they were locked up for a while that they'd possibly would have over dosed or got themselves murdered. There is no glamer in drugs.
OnlyinOklahoma

Bartlesville, OK

#2 Jun 21, 2010
einzig wrote:
Looks like Mr Wilson (if this is indeed the same Joshua M Wilson/age 29) had a dept of corrections record for possession of controlled substance, perhaps a OD?
I've been told by a couple of people who had prison records that if it wasn't for the fact that they were locked up for a while that they'd possibly would have over dosed or got themselves murdered. There is no glamer in drugs.
Wow! How RUDE! People like you are so ridiculous! Get a life and quit assuming the worst about people. Even if that is the same Josh Wilson, it's none of your business and he is still someone's family!
no name

Tulsa, OK

#3 Jun 21, 2010
I agree, this is someones son and family member. People need to think about how they would feel if this was their family member. I don't understand how people can be so rude and heartless.
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#4 Jun 21, 2010
OnlyinOklahoma wrote:
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Wow! How RUDE! People like you are so ridiculous! Get a life and quit assuming the worst about people. Even if that is the same Josh Wilson, it's none of your business and he is still someone's family!
Oh boy... here we go again.

If you want condolences...please, look at the funeral homes web page and leave a message.

This is a PUBLIC FORUM that gives opinions.....

It is that posters opinion from the FACTS... that this is more than likely an overdose. This poster is also stating that..well, drugs kill..... now don't they? Fact's are facts.

Family needs to stay off the forum unless they can keep emotions out of it.... nobody is a moron or an idiot or being rude...they are debating and giving opinions of stories that are presented.

Now, those are the "facts".
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#5 Jun 21, 2010
no name wrote:
I agree, this is someones son and family member. People need to think about how they would feel if this was their family member. I don't understand how people can be so rude and heartless.
Because it's a Public Forum maybe?

Nobody has been rude or heartless at all....but wait. I'm sure it will come; this isn't a church bulletin.
skyking

United States

#6 Jun 21, 2010
Rude and heartless? Perhaps. Or maybe there are people who are just sick and tired of all of the problems that druggies cause, so when one expires, some folks aren't real heart broken over it. It is estimated that 60,000 children in Oklahoma are being raised by Grandparents because their parents are dead, in prison, or they have otherwise been remved from the home due to the parents' inability to care for them properly. Some estimate that 98% of all crime is driven by drugs.Obviously, IF this young man's death is proven to be drug related, it's another crime caused by drugs. The list goes on and on.

The article says police say there is no reason to believe there was foul play involved, at this time. Right. This fella was just walking around on someone else's remote pasture land and suddenly died. Uh-huh. Happens all the time. No foul play involved.
Charity Case

Tulsa, OK

#7 Jun 21, 2010
What a shame it is, if he indeed died of an o/d, that you have to go that way, but you make choices in life and that is a bad one, prayers with the family!
Bodidly

Tulsa, OK

#8 Jun 21, 2010
It's a shame that people think that they have to dig up dirt on someone that has died and has a family. You seem to have no feelings... a cold heart... because someone loved this person that died... How uncaring can you get!
MikeInBA

Bixby, OK

#9 Jun 21, 2010
@Bodily

Its not "digging up dirt" if its a matter of public record.
jmm6911

O Fallon, MO

#10 Jun 21, 2010
skyking wrote:
Rude and heartless? Perhaps. Or maybe there are people who are just sick and tired of all of the problems that druggies cause, so when one expires, some folks aren't real heart broken over it. It is estimated that 60,000 children in Oklahoma are being raised by Grandparents because their parents are dead, in prison, or they have otherwise been remved from the home due to the parents' inability to care for them properly. Some estimate that 98% of all crime is driven by drugs.Obviously, IF this young man's death is proven to be drug related, it's another crime caused by drugs. The list goes on and on.
The article says police say there is no reason to believe there was foul play involved, at this time. Right. This fella was just walking around on someone else's remote pasture land and suddenly died. Uh-huh. Happens all the time. No foul play involved.
have any of you been to this part of BA? it's not exactly "remote"...undevelop ed? yes, but that is because it's owned privately and is used to board horses, it has been a horse pasture for as long as i've been here. if it's the same facility i boarded at for more than 2 years, it's less than 100 yards from a large neighborhood and only 1/2 mile from where i work at 81st and 145th. not doggin anybody's opinion, i promise...i've lived in this area for 15 years (within 2 miles of this place), and granted i don't think drugs should be ruled out, i only kind of find it unlikely...i'm just saying...
friend

Camp Hill, PA

#11 Jun 21, 2010
Too bad none of you knew him. He was a caring friend and son. He had some very serious health issues relating to a sever back injury. Any one ever been in so much pain they could not sit or stand and had to lie flat for long periods of time. That was Joshs plight. Through it all he maintained composure and kindness not seen in many his age. It might have been drugs, we all have our demons. Still not sure, as the story says what caused his death. Many can be redeemed from drugs people just need to give them a chance so writing them off as some have done here is an injustice. What if were you friend or son brother. Have a heart.
Interested

United States

#12 Jun 21, 2010
Miss Molly wrote:
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Oh boy... here we go again.
If you want condolences...please, look at the funeral homes web page and leave a message.
This is a PUBLIC FORUM that gives opinions.....
It is that posters opinion from the FACTS... that this is more than likely an overdose. This poster is also stating that..well, drugs kill..... now don't they? Fact's are facts.
Family needs to stay off the forum unless they can keep emotions out of it.... nobody is a moron or an idiot or being rude...they are debating and giving opinions of stories that are presented.
Now, those are the "facts".
I'll be damned, there is someone that realizes this. Amen sister.
Now you will be told to get a life, that's the typical thing. Right before someone blames the parents or Bush or Obama.
blue

Claremore, OK

#13 Jun 21, 2010
Miss Molly wrote:
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Because it's a Public Forum maybe?
Nobody has been rude or heartless at all....but wait. I'm sure it will come; this isn't a church bulletin.
Miss Molly, whether a public forum or not, courtesy and consideration would be
nice. That is today's problem, no more courtesy or consideration for others!
Just try putting yourself in someone else's place.
Tulsa-mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#14 Jun 21, 2010
jmm6911 wrote:
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have any of you been to this part of BA? it's not exactly "remote"...undevelop ed? yes, but that is because it's owned privately and is used to board horses, it has been a horse pasture for as long as i've been here. if it's the same facility i boarded at for more than 2 years, it's less than 100 yards from a large neighborhood and only 1/2 mile from where i work at 81st and 145th. not doggin anybody's opinion, i promise...i've lived in this area for 15 years (within 2 miles of this place), and granted i don't think drugs should be ruled out, i only kind of find it unlikely...i'm just saying...
Was this the Horse Barn that has the 4-H on it??
DrugsSuck

Broken Arrow, OK

#15 Jun 21, 2010
How uncaring can you get!
This has only to do with this persons question stated rather than asked. In no way is it an attack on the deceased as I did not know him and it would be pure speculation on my part. Sympathies for the family.
Having said that, Anyone that does drugs is self serving and uncaring. After it sucks the life from your body there is nothing left. I'm pretty sure that is the upper limit of uncaring. Think about the countless people you will hurt before you indulge in such a selfish behavior. It doesn't get any more uncaring than that.
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#16 Jun 21, 2010
blue wrote:
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Miss Molly, whether a public forum or not, courtesy and consideration would be
nice. That is today's problem, no more courtesy or consideration for others!
Just try putting yourself in someone else's place.
Dear Blue,

It with my deepest regret that you disapprove of my posting. I will preclude and preference from hereafter with willingness and foresight of other's.

If you could be so kind, since this is a world wide forum to list all "others" so that I do not instinctively and knowingly damage other's emotional cortex unwittingly.

Sincerely,
Miss Molly
Bodidly

United States

#17 Jun 21, 2010
MikeInBA wrote:
@Bodily
Its not "digging up dirt" if its a matter of public record.
It maybe a matter of record... but why make the family suffer for someone's mistake that they loved!??
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#18 Jun 21, 2010
Interested wrote:
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I'll be ****, there is someone that realizes this. Amen sister.
Now you will be told to get a life, that's the typical thing. Right before someone blames the parents or Bush or Obama.
Yes, I'm an insensitive piece of work.. I know...

Remind me the next time I clock in over 300 hrs of charity work a year.

Thanks Interested
TulsaMeg

Tulsa, OK

#19 Jun 21, 2010
friend wrote:
Too bad none of you knew him. He was a caring friend and son. He had some very serious health issues relating to a sever back injury. Any one ever been in so much pain they could not sit or stand and had to lie flat for long periods of time. That was Joshs plight. Through it all he maintained composure and kindness not seen in many his age. It might have been drugs, we all have our demons. Still not sure, as the story says what caused his death. Many can be redeemed from drugs people just need to give them a chance so writing them off as some have done here is an injustice. What if were you friend or son brother. Have a heart.
So sorry for you loss. Tragic, nonetheless.
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#20 Jun 21, 2010
Bodidly wrote:
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It maybe a matter of record... but why make the family suffer for someone's mistake that they loved!??
Oh come on Bo... we've both been on this forum long enough to understand what happens when families read these forums.

Nothing, absolutely nothing has been hurtfully said about this gentlemen... and do you REALLY believe his FAMILY doesn't KNOW deep down what happened.. of course they do....and that my friend is what is sooooo very painful to them...... it isn't the words...it's the truth of the matter that is so very hard.

Condolences... I've said it before, I'll say it again. It's tragic..

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