Police Want To Talk To Brian Powell

Police Want To Talk To Brian Powell

There are 65 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Aug 6, 2008, titled Police Want To Talk To Brian Powell. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

Police think Brian Powell may know something about the death of 28-year-old Allen Ring.

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Mary

Owasso, OK

#1 Aug 7, 2008
I'm surprised when I saw him on the news. I hope you guys don't think he's the one who killed allen ring...
I can't imagine him hurt ppl like this, he's a sweet person. I have known him for 7 years. I used to live in that coppermill apartment when I was little. I know he used to live in the red apartment that's next to coppermill. we went to the same school and church a long time ago...
Oh my gosh...
Barbara H Olsen

Claremore, OK

#2 Aug 7, 2008
Mary wrote:
I'm surprised when I saw him on the news. I hope you guys don't think he's the one who killed allen ring...
I can't imagine him hurt ppl like this, he's a sweet person. I have known him for 7 years. I used to live in that coppermill apartment when I was little. I know he used to live in the red apartment that's next to coppermill. we went to the same school and church a long time ago...
Oh my gosh...
Thank You Mary that was real informative.
Rev Run

Sugar Land, TX

#3 Aug 7, 2008
My trust meter goes way down against guys with ear piercings.

Since: Aug 08

Broken Arrow, OK

#4 Aug 7, 2008
Barbara H Olsen wrote:
<quoted text>Thank You Mary that was real informative.
Don't be a dousche.
jimmie v

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#5 Aug 7, 2008
I would have bet a dollar to a do-nut it was a black....
Fed Up

Claremore, OK

#6 Aug 7, 2008
Rev Run wrote:
My trust meter goes way down against guys with ear piercings.
This is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard!!! I doubt very seriously that he killed the guy because his ears were pierced. Yeah he is a worthless thug, but for many more reasons than an earring. Give me a break
jimmie v

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#7 Aug 7, 2008
Fed Up wrote:
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This is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard!!! I doubt very seriously that he killed the guy because his ears were pierced. Yeah he is a worthless thug, but for many more reasons than an earring. Give me a break
you must be a republican....you won't let others express themselves w/o critisisim
Coasters

United States

#9 Aug 7, 2008
Jestergrl59 wrote:
When I read the headline I thought maybe brian powell was a household name that everyone should know. But alas..it was nothing but another thug.
Rev..the earrings got to me too also people that have tattoos are a little scary. When I was growing up people with tattoos were considered low-lifes and I still think of them the same way. Okay here comes the hate comments. But, that is my opinion and I will stick to it.
I feel the same way about tatoos... that is what I was taught.. and that was the way it was.. not sure it is now.. but I sure don't like to go show where there is a lot of piercings and tatoos... in fact.. I won't spend my money at any establishment that allows that to be seen
Oh No

United States

#11 Aug 7, 2008
Why would any one even want tatoos. . . .those were reserved for guys in the Navy to impress the girls . . .opps maybe i just found the answer.

Since: Apr 08

Tulsa, OK

#12 Aug 7, 2008
Jestergrl59 wrote:
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I guess it is the "in" thing now but I wonder who they will feel about their tattoos when they are older and have all of that gunk on their bodies. I can't think of one thing that I would want on my body to last until I die.
Some people put memorial tattoos on their bodies but how about making a scrap book of the person? My mother would be disgraced if I put anything about her on my body.
To some people though branding your body in memory of someone shows a lot of respect. My husband has an In Memory tatoo of a good friend of ours. I was proud of the respect and the love he had to tatoo his friends name on his back. Showed how good of friends they really where to me.
come on

Lawrenceville, GA

#13 Aug 7, 2008
jimmie v wrote:
I would have bet a dollar to a do-nut it was a black....
Screw you racist white people kill to look at american history you *ss
jimmie v

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#14 Aug 7, 2008
Jestergrl59 wrote:
When I read the headline I thought maybe brian powell was a household name that everyone should know. But alas..it was nothing but another thug.
Rev..the earrings got to me too also people that have tattoos are a little scary. When I was growing up people with tattoos were considered low-lifes and I still think of them the same way. Okay here comes the hate comments. But, that is my opinion and I will stick to it.
No hate here...what I say probably won't change your out-look, but tattooing now is considered body art...jail house tattooing is a no-no tho!

“My babies resting ”

Since: May 08

Omaha, NE

#15 Aug 7, 2008
Jestergrl59 wrote:
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I guess it is the "in" thing now but I wonder who they will feel about their tattoos when they are older and have all of that gunk on their bodies. I can't think of one thing that I would want on my body to last until I die.
Some people put memorial tattoos on their bodies but how about making a scrap book of the person? My mother would be disgraced if I put anything about her on my body.
I can and I will enjoy mine for the rest of my life. I have a tat with my sons handprint when he was a baby and his name acrossed it. You can not judge everyone that has a tat. If you do then you should not like alot of people because you guys are forgetting one thing alot of makeup these days is tatooed on people also.
jimmie v

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#16 Aug 7, 2008
come on wrote:
<quoted text>Screw you racist white people kill to look at american history you ****
What's history got to do with it other than the fact that history tells us that 90% of crimes are committed by blacks
jennifer

Tulsa, OK

#17 Aug 7, 2008
I have a tattoo and I can't think of anyone that would find me scary nor would I be considered a low-life. I work go to school and pay my own bills. Wow, I'm pretty scary!
Jestergrl59 wrote:
When I read the headline I thought maybe brian powell was a household name that everyone should know. But alas..it was nothing but another thug.
Rev..the earrings got to me too also people that have tattoos are a little scary. When I was growing up people with tattoos were considered low-lifes and I still think of them the same way. Okay here comes the hate comments. But, that is my opinion and I will stick to it.
Barbara H Olsen

Claremore, OK

#18 Aug 7, 2008
I'm sure the police are finding all of these comments very helpful in their search for Brian Powell.
Fed Up

Claremore, OK

#19 Aug 7, 2008
jimmie v wrote:
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you must be a republican....you won't let others express themselves w/o critisisim
Live by your words...you are criticizing me right now. What does republican have to do with anything? You are wrong I am not a republican, I am a realist...you should try it. keep your comments in Illinois, do you not have crime up there?
Wondering

Tulsa, OK

#20 Aug 7, 2008
Coasters wrote:
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I feel the same way about tatoos... that is what I was taught.. and that was the way it was.. not sure it is now.. but I sure don't like to go show where there is a lot of piercings and tatoos... in fact.. I won't spend my money at any establishment that allows that to be seen
Why is everyone being so closed minded about tatoos? I don't have one and would never get one, but tatoos are expressions of people's feelings. I have friends that have tatoos covering their arms and they are great people. You know what they say about judging a book by its cover.... Tatoos automatically don't make people bad.
Wondering

Tulsa, OK

#21 Aug 7, 2008
jimmie v wrote:
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What's history got to do with it other than the fact that history tells us that 90% of crimes are committed by blacks
jimmie, I am white and I couldn't disagree with you more. Crimes are committed by all races.
had 2 respond

Round Rock, TX

#22 Aug 7, 2008
jimmie v wrote:
I would have bet a dollar to a do-nut it was a black....
Let me guess--it's your father or brother at it again;quit trying to wait to collect from CRIME STOPPERS; turn him in now-wake him up from your bedroom and just turn him in---he will still love you for it!!!

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