Tulsa Most-Wanted Suspect Arrested In...

Tulsa Most-Wanted Suspect Arrested In South Dakota

There are 35 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Nov 19, 2009, titled Tulsa Most-Wanted Suspect Arrested In South Dakota. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

One of the people on the most-wanted list in Tulsa has been arrested by police in Huron and accused of forgery, false impersonation, possession of a controlled substance by deception and doctor shopping.

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Huron News Man

Huron, SD

#23 Nov 20, 2009
Thank you, but I was simply doing what I get paid for. Reporting on the news in my community. I did not anticipate the SD charges being dropped. She got quite emotional when talking about her daughter who is with a foster family until SD social services can locate the father. A hearing on the child is scheduled in Huron Monday. Having been around four murders in a town that doesn't average one a year, and one of those being a man who beat a pregnant woman to death. trying to get prescriptions may not seem like a big deal compared to murder rape and other violent crime, but there must have been vaild reasons for your police to consider her "most wanted"
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#24 Nov 20, 2009
Huron News Man wrote:
Thank you, but I was simply doing what I get paid for. Reporting on the news in my community. I did not anticipate the SD charges being dropped. She got quite emotional when talking about her daughter who is with a foster family until SD social services can locate the father. A hearing on the child is scheduled in Huron Monday. Having been around four murders in a town that doesn't average one a year, and one of those being a man who beat a pregnant woman to death. trying to get prescriptions may not seem like a big deal compared to murder rape and other violent crime, but there must have been vaild reasons for your police to consider her "most wanted"
It's unfortunate that prescription drug abuse can lead to violent crimes. Tulsa citizens appreciates your involvement.

Happy Holidays.
melinda roberts

Tulsa, OK

#25 Nov 20, 2009
First off miss molly i dont appreciate your rudeness i feel really its none of your business as to the circumstances behind this situation. For the news man i know where her father is he is a family member of mine if they need help locating him.And the reason she was on tulsas most wanted list is because of bail jumping and other charges with high bonds you are in no position to judge anyone unless you are claiming to be perfect which i doubt.
Lacey Godfrey

Woods Cross, UT

#26 Nov 20, 2009
I am Lynn's relative also. She was always a great person that as a child i looked up to very much. I still love her, Jeanne is right. Her parents didnt know if she was alive or not and what had happened to her. This is a anwser to many prayers! Lynn is a strong women. I really hope she gets the right care and help so she can be herself again. People need to understand how an innocent teenager girl made one bad choice in her youth that has affected her for long time. She isn't any less valued in our family and we are appreciative of everyone else's prayers that go out to Lynn. Instead of pointing fingers and making snood comments use this story as a chance to learn. Teach your children the dangers of drugs. This happened to a beautiful and most talented girl. Don't think it couldn't happen to someone close to you. Learn the value of a close knit family. Learn how to research more about someone's life before you judge. Learn how to help those in need. I ask that you have a better hope and encouragment for Lynn's life next time you think of her.
melinda roberts

Tulsa, OK

#27 Nov 20, 2009
And anyways the little girl is my relative not her mom.But still you should not judge people off a little snipet the news gives you.
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#29 Nov 20, 2009
melinda roberts wrote:
First off miss molly i dont appreciate your rudeness i feel really its none of your business as to the circumstances behind this situation. For the news man i know where her father is he is a family member of mine if they need help locating him.And the reason she was on tulsas most wanted list is because of bail jumping and other charges with high bonds you are in no position to judge anyone unless you are claiming to be perfect which i doubt.
First off... Ms. Melinda.. I am not nor have I been rude at all. You are close to the situation and therefore find the need to emotionalize your opinion. Mine is not. I have not judged this woman. I have given my opinion on the story that was written.

I am not, nor is anyone close to perfect... however I have never experimented with either recreational or prescription drugs or put my children in harms way. I have never stolen or contemplated doing criminal activity. If that makes me perfect so you can legitamize your loved ones actions.. so be it. God speed to her and her recovery.
Miss Molly

Chicago, IL

#30 Nov 20, 2009
Lacey Godfrey wrote:
I am Lynn's relative also. She was always a great person that as a child i looked up to very much. I still love her, Jeanne is right. Her parents didnt know if she was alive or not and what had happened to her. This is a anwser to many prayers! Lynn is a strong women. I really hope she gets the right care and help so she can be herself again. People need to understand how an innocent teenager girl made one bad choice in her youth that has affected her for long time. She isn't any less valued in our family and we are appreciative of everyone else's prayers that go out to Lynn. Instead of pointing fingers and making snood comments use this story as a chance to learn. Teach your children the dangers of drugs. This happened to a beautiful and most talented girl. Don't think it couldn't happen to someone close to you. Learn the value of a close knit family. Learn how to research more about someone's life before you judge. Learn how to help those in need. I ask that you have a better hope and encouragment for Lynn's life next time you think of her.
So in your opinion because this exceptional ( once ) dearly loved angel of a girl who unfortunately took a left instead of a right...... should just be forgiven?

What about everyone she hurt along the way? What about merchants she stole from, people she stole from, endangering peoples lives while high on drugs not to mention this innocent child? What about the emotional horrible turmoil she put her parents through...which you have admitted too?

Oh I know... you'll raise the bible and say all is forgiven, we are just glad she is home. As a citizen...sorry, we like to see justice prevail and encouragement of treatment ( in this instance ) so that they (addicts) will not threaten our community, harm themselves or others ever again..
Kirk Roberts

Tulsa, OK

#31 Nov 20, 2009
I guess your opinion of justice is sitting in jail with treatment from other criminals. Yes, the bible does says that all is forgiven, but that is only if you believe that Jesus died on the cross for your sins. It also says that you will have to answer for your actions when he comes for us.
Big Bad Wolf

Dayton, OH

#32 Nov 20, 2009
melinda roberts wrote:
First off miss molly i dont appreciate your rudeness i feel really its none of your business as to the circumstances behind this situation. For the news man i know where her father is he is a family member of mine if they need help locating him.And the reason she was on tulsas most wanted list is because of bail jumping and other charges with high bonds you are in no position to judge anyone unless you are claiming to be perfect which i doubt.
Pardon me, & I'm not being a smart alec, but now that she's in the penal system & a most wanted person I believe it's all taxpayers business.
Lacey Godfrey

Woods Cross, UT

#33 Nov 20, 2009
Miss Molly wrote:
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So in your opinion because this exceptional ( once ) dearly loved angel of a girl who unfortunately took a left instead of a right...... should just be forgiven?
What about everyone she hurt along the way? What about merchants she stole from, people she stole from, endangering peoples lives while high on drugs not to mention this innocent child? What about the emotional horrible turmoil she put her parents through...which you have admitted too?
Oh I know... you'll raise the bible and say all is forgiven, we are just glad she is home. As a citizen...sorry, we like to see justice prevail and encouragement of treatment ( in this instance ) so that they (addicts) will not threaten our community, harm themselves or others ever again..
I'm not trying to defend her bad behavior. It was bad and we were all hurt by her actions that is obvious. We are happy she is off the streets just as well as you so i don't know what your trying to argue. I do not expect everyone to forgive so fast and easily as I. I did not say that. I am just trying to help people better understand Lynn by explaining she wasn't a troubled child or anything, she was a great kid and person. I accept your opinion. I am not arguing with you. I am simply helping give a fuller picture of the situation.
I hope you do realize though this is only one case of drug addiction in our country. Its an overwhelming problem and is all over the place. Not to mention hollywood celb stars that have numerous DUI tickets but only get parole and no justice is surved. I agree with you. I want citizens to be safe too. You arn't putting into consideration that i am also a citizen with friends, neighbors, and family to protect. I believe she does need to own up to the crime she commited, I agree. But her rehab and jail sentence are part of a process i hope brings Lynn back to our family as herself again.
Miss Molly

United States

#34 Nov 20, 2009
Lacey Godfrey wrote:
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I'm not trying to defend her bad behavior. It was bad and we were all hurt by her actions that is obvious. We are happy she is off the streets just as well as you so i don't know what your trying to argue. I do not expect everyone to forgive so fast and easily as I. I did not say that. I am just trying to help people better understand Lynn by explaining she wasn't a troubled child or anything, she was a great kid and person. I accept your opinion. I am not arguing with you. I am simply helping give a fuller picture of the situation.
I hope you do realize though this is only one case of drug addiction in our country. Its an overwhelming problem and is all over the place. Not to mention hollywood celb stars that have numerous DUI tickets but only get parole and no justice is surved. I agree with you. I want citizens to be safe too. You arn't putting into consideration that i am also a citizen with friends, neighbors, and family to protect. I believe she does need to own up to the crime she commited, I agree. But her rehab and jail sentence are part of a process i hope brings Lynn back to our family as herself again.
I do wish you, your family and Lynn the very best for the future.
jeannie okemah

United States

#35 Nov 21, 2009
to miss molly. i think you are a snooty bitch. i hope you or any of your family members ever have to go through the struggle and pain of addiction. and believe me im not talking about coffee and you know it. i thank god that lynn has a praying mother and a great support family that will be there for her. maybe now she will let them help her. you cant help someone unless they want help. lynn i am praying for you. you have a long way to go, but with god all things are possible. love jeannie
Kirk Roberts

Tulsa, OK

#36 Nov 21, 2009
Amen...
jeannie okemah wrote:
to miss molly. i think you are a snooty ****. i hope you or any of your family members ever have to go through the struggle and pain of addiction. and believe me im not talking about coffee and you know it. i thank god that lynn has a praying mother and a great support family that will be there for her. maybe now she will let them help her. you cant help someone unless they want help. lynn i am praying for you. you have a long way to go, but with god all things are possible. love jeannie
Lacy

Eureka, SD

#37 Nov 30, 2009
For all of you people sitting at your computer passing judgment on my sister, you really need to get a life. Most of you have no clue as to what is going on in this situation.
Little Tulsa 56

Tulsa, OK

#38 Dec 3, 2009
Have any of you people making comments even considered that the young woman could have been running from a drug & alchol afflicted physically abusive husband? As a mother I would have done the same thing to protect my child. Tell me why drug forgery and bogus checks can get you listed on Tulsa'a top ten most wanted list? I just dont understand it when we have rappist, murderers, robbers, and genuine drug pushers out there walking the streets. I feel Tulsa really pushed the button with these charges. I agree she does need to accept her punishement and get her life in order, but to be labeled as she was was totally obsured.

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