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just saying

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#42 Aug 12, 2012
Hope wrote:
What are those unsolved murders you speak of aside from Leah Hickman? Why aren't family members showing their outrage? Are they mostly drug related murders?
It shouldnt fkn matter if its drug related or not everyone makes mistakes but nobody deserves to just have their life taken from them. You wouldnt feel that way if it was your brother, son or dad. Would you dumb witch
IMHO

Ridgeview, WV

#43 Aug 13, 2012
This is a fact. I know someone who had a car stolen. They found out who stole it and where they lived. The stolen car was parking outside. When the victim called the police back, they told the victim "if you know where it is, then you need to go pick it up". FACT

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Since: May 12

Huntington, WV

#44 Aug 13, 2012
Joe wrote:
did they ever get the guy who killed that woman on Waverly Rd beside Camden Park? She was found over the hill the morning after leaving a bar and walking home. I remember reading a story that police had the car that supposedly hit her but that's the last I heard.
That was the State Police not HPD.
Hope

Saint Albans, WV

#45 Aug 13, 2012
just saying wrote:
<quoted text> It shouldnt fkn matter if its drug related or not everyone makes mistakes but nobody deserves to just have their life taken from them. You wouldnt feel that way if it was your brother, son or dad. Would you dumb witch
It's called criminal statistics and it does matter to me because I'm not concerned about drug deaths when I'm trying to determine if there are other murdered women out there not related to drugs. So I ask again, what other unsolved murders are there?
native

Huntington, WV

#46 Nov 5, 2012
maybe the reason stems from the officers being friends with the drug dealers and that the dealers are behind the majority of the crimes. wether intentional or not the dealers make their sales to the petty offenders who steal radios and commit burgleries then sale those items to buy drugs then the dealers have a petty criminal hold thier dope so if someone gets arrested the dealers will bond them out. i've seen this going on regularly when i use to go out to local bars. i literaly sat next to a huntington officer while he carried on a conversation with a dealer and they discussed old times together. yes the dealer wasn't holding but he had another person hold it for him. point being, the cop would have called his buddy to warn him of any potential arrest. so the big dealers never get caught
clown

Huntington, WV

#47 Nov 5, 2012
6itch named karma wrote:
Why cant the cops solve violent crimes aroun this place...are they scared or maybe they dont care cause they live in ohio, westmoreland, milton or out wayne. They should make have some brains before swearing in.
huh huh, you even type "out wayne" douche bag
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Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#49 Feb 18, 2013
Lovingmysunshine wrote:
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Agree. We have like 10 unsolved murder cases going back 50 years...
How do you know that ? Do you have a source or list of those ?
Concerned

Huntington, WV

#50 Jan 25, 2014
Can someone give me am update on unsolved missing persons and murder cases in or near Huntington, WV no matter how old the cases are?
In my pants

United States

#51 Jan 26, 2014
I don't think anyone stays on point anymore. Idnk if anyone could gather a list but I can think of about 10. Someone would have to know someone for a list like that, very interesting in the town of mayberry

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Coolidge, AZ

#52 Jan 26, 2014
In my pants wrote:
I don't think anyone stays on point anymore. Idnk if anyone could gather a list but I can think of about 10. Someone would have to know someone for a list like that, very interesting in the town of mayberry
I'm sure if you were to write, or visit, the Huntington, W.V. Police Dept, they would give you a list of all open homicides they have. It's public information, and the list can't be that long in such a small city.

Ask them.
honestA

United States

#53 Jun 4, 2014
Concerned wrote:
Can someone give me am update on unsolved missing persons and murder cases in or near Huntington, WV no matter how old the cases are?
I too would like a list of unsolved murders missing persons in and around Huntington. I believe that many are connected and the police know that. Would like to try my hand at tracking the big bad wolf.
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Huntington, WV

#55 Jun 5, 2014
Snuffy wrote:
<quoted text>Probably busy pulling over speeders on 64 for extra money !!!!!!
That's a grant, which doesn't include officers from the normal shift, and it's state police on 64... Rarely HPD, either way, it's grant money.
I don't think solving a murder is that easy, of course, unless you watch a lot of CSI, then crimes get solved every 40 minutes
highpaiddicks

Manakin Sabot, VA

#56 Jun 7, 2014
detectives making 70 k and upward a year , working part time at McDonalds as, so called security. Detectives that make 70k and upward, and want citizens to submit all information to them....excuse you are called a detective aren't you?
highpaiddicks

Manakin Sabot, VA

#57 Jun 7, 2014
***excuse me, you are called a detective aren't you?
Looking for Justice

Sun City Center, FL

#58 Sep 7, 2016
I know of another in 1992
Psychology

Atlanta, GA

#59 Sep 7, 2016
6itch named karma wrote:
Why cant the cops solve violent crimes aroun this place...are they scared or maybe they dont care cause they live in ohio, westmoreland, milton or out wayne. They should make have some brains before swearing in.
Have you ever actually ever known a police officer personally? There are some of them who are human. The rest of them are usually lazy womanizers who like to bash heads. I am not putting them down but the truth is not nice. Police officers in the field will do whatever and lie for each other on reports. They have a little line that is thin and full of secrets like a secret fraternity. A secret code by which they operate as a shadow government right before your eyes. You have the intelligent ones at the top but the minions on the ground. I am glad we have them when we need them. The world would be a dangerous place without them. If you have an encounter with police just remember you must typically know how to appeal to the lower mentality to reduce your potential problems during that interaction. The slightest phrase or action can translate to hostility in the psych of the street level officer. You could find yourself beat up or even shot not realizing anything you did wrong or offensive. Never try to reason with one. They have zero understanding of reasoning with human civilians. Reasoning can translate to non compliance and get your head knocked. Remember police officer minions have two basic modes: passive and aggressive. There are not usually anything in between.

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