Two arrested on suspicion of killing ...

Two arrested on suspicion of killing Willow Creek man

There are 21 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Feb 23, 2010, titled Two arrested on suspicion of killing Willow Creek man. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

Two men already in custody at the Humboldt County jail were charged Saturday with allegedly killing a 46-year-old Willow Creek man who was reported missing about a week ago.

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Anonymous

Arcata, CA

#1 Feb 23, 2010
where exactly is 3 creeks road
who dem dat slewdem

Redway, CA

#2 Feb 23, 2010
This mofo is super sick and twisted! He left his victim in his own house?! He wasn't concerned about the body decomposing and stinking? This wacko should be burned at the stake like the vampire he is.
Captain Obvious

Arcata, CA

#3 Feb 23, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
where exactly is 3 creeks road
If you're on a computer, why not just google map it?
Stubbs

United States

#4 Feb 23, 2010
Didn't this Curry boy get arrested for dealing Meth in Eureka last month or was that a different Curry boy? Why weren't these delinquents locked up or in enlisted in the CCC?
Mike MORGAN

San Francisco, CA

#5 Feb 23, 2010
DELINQUENTS Enlisted in the CCC?
ONLY IN HUMBOLDT
BRING BACK THE DRAFT AND THESE YOUNG PUNKS WITH "NO FEAR" CAN WORK OUT THERE ANGER WITH A DRILL SARGENT
OR PUT EM IN A PRISON WORK CAMP FOR 10 YEARS.
NOW YOU CAN HANG EM HiGH ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR ALL THE TOWN TO SEE THEN MAYBE THESE DELINQUENTS WILL THINK TWICE BEFORE THEY START OUT ON A LIFE OF CRIME & DRUGS.
BUT THE LIBERAL LAWYERS & THE ACLU WON'T LET THAT HAPPEN SO WE ALL HAVE TO LIVE WITH THIS ON GOING CRIME WAVE IN HUMBOLDT.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK & LOCK YOUR DOORS AND KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY -
diesel dave

Mount Sterling, OH

#6 Feb 23, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
where exactly is 3 creeks road
in between 2 creeks and 4 creeks road
Alma B

Mckinleyville, CA

#7 Feb 23, 2010
It's a family disease.
Choose recovery.

http://nar-anon.org/Nar-Anon/California.html#...

“Truth is Difficult to Find!”

Since: Dec 07

Eureka/Hoopa, CA

#8 Feb 23, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
where exactly is 3 creeks road
Going up to Berry Summit, closer to the top you will find Three Creeks Road on the east side. I believe there was once a plan submitted to develop a subdivision in that area.

“Truth is Difficult to Find!”

Since: Dec 07

Eureka/Hoopa, CA

#9 Feb 23, 2010
Alma B wrote:
It's a family disease.
Choose recovery.
http://nar-anon.org/Nar-Anon/California.html#...
Alma,

It is hard to demonstrate any knd of respect for posts that claims everything is a "family disease". Let's look at other reasons and demonstrate other avenues of having a discussion that does not make you sound so hard-headed you can't see any other thought!

“Truth is Difficult to Find!”

Since: Dec 07

Eureka/Hoopa, CA

#10 Feb 23, 2010
Mike MORGAN wrote:
DELINQUENTS Enlisted in the CCC?
ONLY IN HUMBOLDT
BRING BACK THE DRAFT AND THESE YOUNG PUNKS WITH "NO FEAR" CAN WORK OUT THERE ANGER WITH A DRILL SARGENT
OR PUT EM IN A PRISON WORK CAMP FOR 10 YEARS.
NOW YOU CAN HANG EM HiGH ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR ALL THE TOWN TO SEE THEN MAYBE THESE DELINQUENTS WILL THINK TWICE BEFORE THEY START OUT ON A LIFE OF CRIME & DRUGS.
BUT THE LIBERAL LAWYERS & THE ACLU WON'T LET THAT HAPPEN SO WE ALL HAVE TO LIVE WITH THIS ON GOING CRIME WAVE IN HUMBOLDT.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK & LOCK YOUR DOORS AND KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY -
You sound a little extreme on youur view, but I wonder if while the draft was in place if crimes committed was as high? Maybe bringing back the draft with the option of either going to school or going into one of the branches of the armed forces out of high school will eliminate some crime?

Though I disagree with te draft idea, it moght be something to look at for the stability of our society's structure in the future.
info

United States

#11 Feb 23, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
where exactly is 3 creeks road
1/2 mile west of berry summit
Cedric

United States

#12 Feb 23, 2010
Pillars of the community bite the dust, once again!

False accusation against officer gets woman three years in jail
By Malaika Fraley/MediaNews Group
Posted: 02/23/2010 01:02:21 AM PST

www.timesheraldonline.com/ci_14453328
A Turkeys Perspective

United States

#13 Feb 23, 2010
I really do believe that we need to have healthy places and ways for negative aspects of the human personality to be expressed. Back in the draft days, young men who felt like being violent could indeed go to war. I personally believe that we don't have to kill in order to deal healthfully with the 'violent' drive that some of our younger, ignorant young ones possess. We need to teach them HOW to survive life with that inner fire instead, how to MAKE it out in raw, real nature!!!!

Back in the years, our young men had to face hard, real life in real nature. There was no police 'buffer' between them and the wild bears, angry neighbors, or crazy gun man. Our young men HAD to protect their families and the violent drive and angry protective response was a necessary tool. It had a more healthy place to exist in our world back then simply because we HAD to have it in order to actually survive.

So now we have generations of young men (and occasionally women) with that same survival drive that their own great great grandfathers used to have.

WE MUST take societal responsibility in teaching the young generations healthier/modern responses with their drive to survive.

These young men turn to crime otherwise and DO immoral behaviors with their once needed violent tendencies. We need teachers who spot the traits of violence and who take helping that head on as a personal responsibility. This can prevent the minds of these youth from becoming warped by the violent, unrealistic (as to the consequence) video games, shows, gang banging, macho image that many are now growing up with as their examples.

When a person turns towards violence, it hurts more than only the victim. It hurts the rest of his or her own life, it hurts the lives of the loved ones and friends of victims, not to mention the family of the offender!!!

I am very glad these criminals are being caught, and yet very sad that another human being is not taught how to wisely handle the fires of his emotions and thoughts and in his life choices so that a better tomorrow can exist for everyone.
Stubbs

Amity, OR

#14 Feb 23, 2010
A Turkeys Perspective wrote:
I really do believe that we need to have healthy places and ways for negative aspects of the human personality to be expressed. Back in the draft days, young men who felt like being violent could indeed go to war. I personally believe that we don't have to kill in order to deal healthfully with the 'violent' drive that some of our younger, ignorant young ones possess. We need to teach them HOW to survive life with that inner fire instead, how to MAKE it out in raw, real nature!!!!
Back in the years, our young men had to face hard, real life in real nature. There was no police 'buffer' between them and the wild bears, angry neighbors, or crazy gun man. Our young men HAD to protect their families and the violent drive and angry protective response was a necessary tool. It had a more healthy place to exist in our world back then simply because we HAD to have it in order to actually survive.
So now we have generations of young men (and occasionally women) with that same survival drive that their own great great grandfathers used to have.
WE MUST take societal responsibility in teaching the young generations healthier/modern responses with their drive to survive.
These young men turn to crime otherwise and DO immoral behaviors with their once needed violent tendencies. We need teachers who spot the traits of violence and who take helping that head on as a personal responsibility. This can prevent the minds of these youth from becoming warped by the violent, unrealistic (as to the consequence) video games, shows, gang banging, macho image that many are now growing up with as their examples.
When a person turns towards violence, it hurts more than only the victim. It hurts the rest of his or her own life, it hurts the lives of the loved ones and friends of victims, not to mention the family of the offender!!!
I am very glad these criminals are being caught, and yet very sad that another human being is not taught how to wisely handle the fires of his emotions and thoughts and in his life choices so that a better tomorrow can exist for everyone.
Ahh BS. They are greedy thieves that don't know how to work hard so they stole from somebody else and murdered him. In the Old days they would have eventually been shot dead in a heist and displayed in an open pine casket on Main Street.

“I'm aged like a fine wine.”

Since: Sep 09

Eureka, Calf.

#15 Feb 23, 2010
I think putting their head on a pike at the gate to the city would send a message to anyone thinking of causing trouble.

The military don't want these kind anymore, too high tech and expensive equipment to be destroyed by stupid people. On the other hand, I would simply give them a stick and send them out as a "human shield" in front of the Marines.
Orville Redenbacher

Santa Rosa, CA

#16 Feb 23, 2010
Now, now, don't be too harsh on these poor young men. Growing up tough, in the african-american community, without a father, getting all that welfare money, selling all that weed, driving the car with the big wheels, they've had a tough life. Now they can really relax and hang with their homeys.
I agree

Eureka, CA

#18 Feb 24, 2010
Thats great. I agree!
Hannah Beswick wrote:
I think putting their head on a pike at the gate to the city would send a message to anyone thinking of causing trouble.
The military don't want these kind anymore, too high tech and expensive equipment to be destroyed by stupid people. On the other hand, I would simply give them a stick and send them out as a "human shield" in front of the Marines.
Willow Creeker

Gilroy, CA

#19 Feb 24, 2010
Where this happended in 3 miles west of Willow Creek on the right hand side. There are a bunch of little cabins there
Dee Dee Dee

Newark, CA

#20 Feb 24, 2010
Another fine example of Substandard reporting: Quoting "Parris" with no definitive recognition of who he is. Printing this rag is a waste of toilet paper stock.
M to the apes

San Francisco, CA

#22 Feb 25, 2010
i just read everyone's commentary of opinions on the matter and i have to say... WHAT IS WRONG WITH ALL OF YOU????
seriously, i found this page because i was looking for more information on the case. Trying to figure out why they found these kids so quickly and what evidence they have to believe it was them.
i haven't found a single thread of anything about why they took these kids in. just one sentence stating that one of them was in aquaintance with the victim. being in possession of guns and selling marijuana doesn't automatically make them the killers... and i'm not saying that they aren't, but i'm also not willing to resign to the notion that they did. As far as the public has been shown, there's not enough evidence...
almost all of you here have surrendered to the idea that they ARE guilty... i just think before anyone rushes to defend or attack these two kids you might want to get to the heart of the matter and find out the details.
it sickens me to see how many of you would sign a mans death warrant without justification.... whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty?
or the right to a fair trial. people like most of you here are part of the reason that our judicial system doesn't work. there is an ignorance in believing that the police are always right and that people don't get falsely accused.... there are thousands of people in the prison system that are.
so people, before you convict these two men, wait and get the facts then decide what you think. but don't go writing these two kids off as murders because they are the first people the cops could pin this on. you don't have to be compassionate but it is only right to be fair. any one of us could be caught in the wrong place at the wrong time or in association with the wrong people, that doesn't make us guilty.
and if you want to rant about the violence or corruption of youth fine, but don't write it off as being black as one of you has or being native american or white trash. and focus on the few facts you actually have here such as gun possession and drug distribution.
this is just my opinion. hopefully it reaches those of you that need to hear it.

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