Two deputies wounded in Seminole County shootout; suspect sought

Jul 26, 2009 Full story: Tulsa World 20

Businesses in Seminole apparently have been closed and evacuated this afternoon after hundreds of lawmen converged on the scene of a shoot-out that left two Seminole County deputies wounded.

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Payne 1701

Binger, OK

#1 Jul 26, 2009
Now we have to pay for this piece of crap to live in the jail for the rest of his life. One well placed bullet from seminole officers could have saved the tax payers so much money. Thank you beurocrats!!!!
retired deputy

Tulsa, OK

#2 Jul 27, 2009
god bless those men who sacrificed the ultimate sacrifice god will take care of those deputies. god bless the families of these deputies the community will take care of them . a death warrant will take of the thing that killed these deputies . remember guys and gals being the law is no joke and it damn sure aint for fun ....be careful be safe and watch your six
Mark Lumberg

Kansas City, MO

#3 Jul 27, 2009
We need to take a moment and reflect on the family of the murderer. They should be help responsible. I am putting together a demonstration in the parents drive way. All are welcome. We will be there 24/7 for three weeks starting Wednesday night.
need to know

Tulsa, OK

#4 Jul 27, 2009
why does his family need to be held responsible?
Mark Lumberg

Kansas City, MO

#5 Jul 27, 2009
need to know wrote:
why does his family need to be held responsible?
People who think like you need to be reminded too. You people are responsible.
need to know

Tulsa, OK

#6 Jul 27, 2009
you really have a small mind.
need to know

Tulsa, OK

#7 Jul 27, 2009
also does the families know your doing this. better ask first.
Country from Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK

#8 Jul 27, 2009
I heard that one deputy was marvin williams and the other first name was chase does anyone have this info yet?
need to know

Tulsa, OK

#9 Jul 27, 2009
chase whitebird
Kansas

Garden City, KS

#10 Jul 27, 2009
The family was trying to do what they could by having him charged with domestic abuse which is what the warrant was for...it seems unfair to put them through more for something they had no control over. It seems you act first and think later. I am a retired law enforcement officer's daughter and if that had been my father I wouldn't blame the family for trying to have him arrested.
Kansas

Garden City, KS

#11 Jul 27, 2009
You should spend your time praying for all the families involved not spreading more hatred.
GaryGroux

Green Bay, WI

#12 Jul 28, 2009
Mark Lumberg wrote:
We need to take a moment and reflect on the family of the murderer. They should be help responsible. I am putting together a demonstration in the parents drive way. All are welcome. We will be there 24/7 for three weeks starting Wednesday night.
Ha, hopefully they shoot you in the gut with a 12ga. for criminal tresspassing.
GaryGroux

Green Bay, WI

#13 Jul 28, 2009
Mark Lumberg wrote:
<quoted text>
People who think like you need to be reminded too. You people are responsible.
You're probably about as mentally defective as the shooter. Maybe when Brock O'Bama brings you free health care on the tax payers, you'll finnaly get the phychiatric care you need.
Mark Lumberg

Omaha, NE

#14 Jul 28, 2009
Join us at the shooter parent's mobile home. It has been moved back to Friday night. ALL NIGHT! We will show them their wrong doings for sure.
GaryGroux

Appleton, WI

#15 Jul 29, 2009
Mark Lumberg wrote:
Join us at the shooter parent's mobile home. It has been moved back to Friday night. ALL NIGHT! We will show them their wrong doings for sure.
Mentally defective. That seems to be the style down south, like that lady that decapitated her baby and ate the brains. This nuttyness must come from being barefoot too much.
Small Town Kid

United States

#16 Aug 1, 2009
I live in Seminole County and these two fine men will be greatly missed by all who knew them and all who didn't. We should all be jealous of these two men they don't have to live in a horrible world anymore. As for the shooter I personally hopes he rots in hell!! Death penalty my ass!!!! Give him a lil bit of drugs to make him fall asleep then more to make the heart stop beating. Go back to the days of hangings! Or better yet they shouldn't of let him surrend and just shot him too.
Michael

Seminole, OK

#17 Aug 2, 2009
That is just screwed up that your going to post up in somebodys driveway and yard and invite anybody to come... Who are you to take over someones house??? Sounds like you got some problems there yourself bud. And I agree with the rest, The guy wasnt even supposed to be in his mothers house she had a protective order against him so why should she have to pay for his dumbass? They get plenty of money through our taxes.. Leave his mother alone Im sure she has enough on her mind already without some stranger posting up in her yard for 2 weeks...
JanetReno

United States

#18 Aug 11, 2009
Most all children are a product of their own environment.So look at the fools today raising them.Third and fourth generation welfare clients doing drugs stealing and drinking dont work or even look for work. It's a lifestyle for most of them .Most people let their kids raise themselfs they have no rules to go by they dont spank them anymore .And they run the streets all night long.And the small towns promote this lifestyle even more .Because they make it easy for them to come here and get on welfare. These folks know that the work force here is low so they move here from big cities to collect welfare and they bring their kids with a long history of crime with them.It's that easy Catch on?.Our Police here are not trained for the times we live in sorry to say this .Most of them are from the same small towns they work in .And most of these guys have never even been out of the city limits. And the truth of it all they are not up to real world standards.The big city crime is moving in our small towns everyday .And we do have good police people trying hard to be good at their job .And they are low paided with long hours. But they are also far from real training. Every person that takes on the job as an police officer should be required to work one year in a big city as part of their training .This would help out alot in their job skills. But hiring young men with no outside world knowledge of real police training was not very good at all. As we have all learn...
God Bless All
eh

Fort Worth, TX

#19 Jun 17, 2011
JanetReno wrote:
Most all children are a product of their own environment.So look at the fools today raising them.Third and fourth generation welfare clients doing drugs stealing and drinking dont work or even look for work. It's a lifestyle for most of them .Most people let their kids raise themselfs they have no rules to go by they dont spank them anymore .And they run the streets all night long.And the small towns promote this lifestyle even more .Because they make it easy for them to come here and get on welfare. These folks know that the work force here is low so they move here from big cities to collect welfare and they bring their kids with a long history of crime with them.It's that easy Catch on?.Our Police here are not trained for the times we live in sorry to say this .Most of them are from the same small towns they work in .And most of these guys have never even been out of the city limits. And the truth of it all they are not up to real world standards.The big city crime is moving in our small towns everyday .And we do have good police people trying hard to be good at their job .And they are low paided with long hours. But they are also far from real training. Every person that takes on the job as an police officer should be required to work one year in a big city as part of their training .This would help out alot in their job skills. But hiring young men with no outside world knowledge of real police training was not very good at all. As we have all learn...
God Bless All
Seriously? Do you people not read? Both Marvin and chase were trained! They both went thru CLEET!! How can you say they weren't trained? Every cop in this state has to be CLEET certified within a year of beginning the job. And they are not CITY cops, they are COUNTY deputies... 2 on at a time patrolling an entire county.. So just because we work in a small town or county, we don't see murders, rapes, violent offenses? We deal with the same stuff big cities deal with!! Maybe not as much but we still deal with it. Both these men were trained very well. I've went thru it myself and it's hard. You have to love what you do, to be able to go thru the academy where you see your family only on weekends, the almost killer custody and control class. It's not easy but we do it to protect you ones that don't have the guts to do it.
Gru

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 Dec 11, 2011
JanetReno wrote:
Most all children are a product of their own environment.So look at the fools today raising them.Third and fourth generation welfare clients doing drugs stealing and drinking dont work or even look for work. It's a lifestyle for most of them .Most people let their kids raise themselfs they have no rules to go by they dont spank them anymore .And they run the streets all night long.And the small towns promote this lifestyle even more .Because they make it easy for them to come here and get on welfare. These folks know that the work force here is low so they move here from big cities to collect welfare and they bring their kids with a long history of crime with them.It's that easy Catch on?.Our Police here are not trained for the times we live in sorry to say this .Most of them are from the same small towns they work in .And most of these guys have never even been out of the city limits. And the truth of it all they are not up to real world standards.The big city crime is moving in our small towns everyday .And we do have good police people trying hard to be good at their job .And they are low paided with long hours. But they are also far from real training. Every person that takes on the job as an police officer should be required to work one year in a big city as part of their training .This would help out alot in their job skills. But hiring young men with no outside world knowledge of real police training was not very good at all. As we have all learn...
God Bless All
Everything that you posted is a really cliche'. I read it all the time. It loses its punch after a while. Four familial generations is about 100 years, you don't know what that first generation was doing--It is hard to respond to hyperbole.

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