Man arrested in shooting death

Man arrested in shooting death

There are 7 comments on the Sequoyah County Times story from Oct 5, 2009, titled Man arrested in shooting death. In it, Sequoyah County Times reports that:

David Dewayne Collins, 35, of Pocola was arrested Thursday in Fort Smith, Ark., for the shooting death of a Muldrow man whose body was found in what remained of a burned-out home on Leea s Chapel Road, southeast of Muldrow.

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Lopez

United States

#1 Oct 6, 2009
another example of drug activity.
Kristie

Ambrose, GA

#2 Oct 20, 2009
u dnt even know wht ur talkin about dude
Lopez

Denver, CO

#3 Oct 20, 2009
just repeating what came out of a deputy's mouth who was talkin about it while I was in the Cox's store.
anon

Fort Smith, AR

#5 Feb 4, 2010
a bit of advice. not only for lopez, but everyone that halfheartedly reads into a news headline, hears some gossip, and responds in a harmful manner. if you don't know firsthand, you shouldn't be talking about a happening, especially one involving a death, because no matter what kind of life the deceased led, they had people that loved them and would be offended by your bullshit. but if you must.. before repeating gossip (yes, police officers are also capable of creating it as much as anyone else), think about what you'd definitely know about the situation without having heard hearsay. if it's not enough to at least complete the story to an understandable account, then what you heard from others is, more often than not, completely false. in this case, you should keep your mouth shut and your opinions to yourself. if you don't know enough about it yourself, why believe someone else? they could be in the same boat as you, making up exaggerated bigot statements.
Nathan

United States

#6 Feb 4, 2010
anon wrote:
a bit of advice. not only for lopez, but everyone that halfheartedly reads into a news headline, hears some gossip, and responds in a harmful manner. if you don't know firsthand, you shouldn't be talking about a happening, especially one involving a death, because no matter what kind of life the deceased led, they had people that loved them and would be offended by your bullshit. but if you must.. before repeating gossip (yes, police officers are also capable of creating it as much as anyone else), think about what you'd definitely know about the situation without having heard hearsay. if it's not enough to at least complete the story to an understandable account, then what you heard from others is, more often than not, completely false. in this case, you should keep your mouth shut and your opinions to yourself. if you don't know enough about it yourself, why believe someone else? they could be in the same boat as you, making up exaggerated bigot statements.
wow! you should change your name to ANAL! lol freedom of speech stupid
New contributor 2

Fort Smith, AR

#7 Apr 1, 2010
Should a deputy be talking about it
EagleFan

United States

#8 Apr 1, 2010
no a deputy should not be talking about the case but there are some deputies that aren't professional or confidential. And there are some that not even certified to be a deputy.

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