Tulsa Woman Pleads Guilty

Tulsa Woman Pleads Guilty

There are 89 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Sep 13, 2010, titled Tulsa Woman Pleads Guilty. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

A Tulsa woman pleaded guilty Monday afternoon to two charges of first degree manslaughter and a charge of driving under the influence in the death of two bicyclists in 2009.

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Ash

Tahlequah, OK

#2 Sep 13, 2010
Victory!! I was in that courtroom. I hope she is sentenced to the fullest extent of the law. Thanks to all local cyclists who came out. Even though I don't know many of you, you are my family and I have learned a lot about riding from you. The cycle community in this town is great. Please continue riding safe and standing against foolish drunk drivers. Ride on!!
hippychick2

Broken Arrow, OK

#3 Sep 13, 2010
I'm so glad she is back in jail....hope she never gets out!!!!!
StupidAsh

Tulsa, OK

#4 Sep 13, 2010
Ash wrote:
Victory!! I was in that courtroom. I hope she is sentenced to the fullest extent of the law. Thanks to all local cyclists who came out. Even though I don't know many of you, you are my family and I have learned a lot about riding from you. The cycle community in this town is great. Please continue riding safe and standing against foolish drunk drivers. Ride on!!
Grow up.

“Life Is Great”

Since: Sep 10

Blanchard, OK

#5 Sep 13, 2010
I hope she gets the max,but what I"d like to know is she looking up for the lords help or is their a spider hanging down
ft gibson

Tahlequah, OK

#6 Sep 13, 2010
tazz-i wrote:
I hope she gets the max,but what I"d like to know is she looking up for the lords help or is their a spider hanging down
she probably rolled her eyes
Ryan

Bixby, OK

#7 Sep 13, 2010
Someone jingle some keys or get a stuffed animal going behind the camera to get her to look the right way.
blue

Claremore, OK

#8 Sep 13, 2010
good. just keep her from drinking and driving again. We all make mistakes, but something needs to happen about these habitual drinking drivers. My condolences to friends and family.
I cycle, too because it is enjoyable to me. I am careful and ride according to rules, as most all cyclists do. There's room for both if drivers will share the road and return the courtesy. We deserve to be safe.
Oh and by the way, OUR recreation doesn't pollute the air...
Ash

Tahlequah, OK

#9 Sep 13, 2010
Yeah blue, it is our road too.
Buh Low Me

Tulsa, OK

#10 Sep 13, 2010
blue wrote:
good. just keep her from drinking and driving again. We all make mistakes, but something needs to happen about these habitual drinking drivers. My condolences to friends and family.
I cycle, too because it is enjoyable to me. I am careful and ride according to rules, as most all cyclists do. There's room for both if drivers will share the road and return the courtesy. We deserve to be safe.
Oh and by the way, OUR recreation doesn't pollute the air...
Sure it does - when they manufacture the bike, it pollutes the air. Don't fool yourself.
Here is my question - why do bike riders ride down riverside drive when rivertrails is right next to the roadway? Get the hell out of traffic - we built a trail for you.
Buh Low Me

Tulsa, OK

#11 Sep 13, 2010
blue wrote:
good. just keep her from drinking and driving again. We all make mistakes, but something needs to happen about these habitual drinking drivers. My condolences to friends and family.
I cycle, too because it is enjoyable to me. I am careful and ride according to rules, as most all cyclists do. There's room for both if drivers will share the road and return the courtesy. We deserve to be safe.
Oh and by the way, OUR recreation doesn't pollute the air...
And why do bike riders have to dress up in Halloween costumes to ride - excuse me, I mean bicycle outfits?
It blows my mind. Are we supposed to believe all of you are in training for something? Do you really think that, at your level, your little outfits are actually reducing wind resistance on a measurable level? Or are you just posers?
gator rassler

Broken Arrow, OK

#12 Sep 13, 2010
tazz-i wrote:
I hope she gets the max,but what I"d like to know is she looking up for the lords help or is their a spider hanging down
Might've been Bernadine up there on tier 2 callin''fresh fish'!
For Real

Tulsa, OK

#13 Sep 13, 2010
StupidAsh wrote:
<quoted text>Grow up.
Can I get a D? Can I get a BAG? Yes I can and it is stupidash.
Heater

Boynton, OK

#14 Sep 13, 2010
looks like she just had an orgasm!
realist

Tulsa, OK

#15 Sep 13, 2010
I am so happy that she pleaded guilty and now the cyclists families can have some justice. Why though, am I still feeling uneasy that she might get closer to the one year of prison time and not the 10 yr for each count? She very well could be out sooner than later and we might be reading about this happening again in 5 years. I want to be able to enjoy the ruling today, as I knew one of the cyclist killed. It is just hard with Oklahoma courts calling the shots! For now, I am just going to be thankful for today.
Ash

Tahlequah, OK

#16 Sep 13, 2010
Buh Low Me wrote:
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Sure it does - when they manufacture the bike, it pollutes the air. Don't fool yourself.
Here is my question - why do bike riders ride down riverside drive when rivertrails is right next to the roadway? Get the hell out of traffic - we built a trail for you.
Way to many pedetrians; riding 60 to 80 miles on the riverside trail gets boring after a while; and finally, no way can one train properly riding riverside trails alone.
below me

Tulsa, OK

#17 Sep 13, 2010
For some reason i get the feeling your out of shape and over weight...hm...sound like a true Oklahoma motorist...get a life...while your at it exercise
Ash

Tahlequah, OK

#18 Sep 13, 2010
Buh Low Me wrote:
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And why do bike riders have to dress up in Halloween costumes to ride - excuse me, I mean bicycle outfits?
It blows my mind. Are we supposed to believe all of you are in training for something? Do you really think that, at your level, your little outfits are actually reducing wind resistance on a measurable level? Or are you just posers?
Actually, people in the cycling community are on various levels. So, to clump them all in one catagory is false.
Randy

Tulsa, OK

#19 Sep 13, 2010
What a b1t<h. We won't be seeing her for a looooooong time.
Ba parent

Tulsa, OK

#20 Sep 13, 2010
Ash wrote:
<quoted text>Way to many pedetrians; riding 60 to 80 miles on the riverside trail gets boring after a while; and finally, no way can one train properly riding riverside trails alone.
I can't help thinking that at the rate of speed you are going, it would be safer for bikers to share the trails with the pedestrians than the road with cars. It's a matter of safety, not boredom! Riverside isn't the widest road to begin with.
I don't have a problem with bikers, but I notice they tend to ride a lot like motorcyclist...either clumped or 2 abreast and it is very frustrating to be behind them when the other lanes of traffic do nto allow for passing.
JusticeTiger

Tulsa, OK

#21 Sep 13, 2010
pleaded guilty? the word is "plead" guilty

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