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'Dangerous' Suspect In Custody After Osage County Homicide

There are 30 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Sep 13, 2009, titled 'Dangerous' Suspect In Custody After Osage County Homicide. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

The Osage County Sheriff's Office has apprehended a person of interest in a September 11 homicide.

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unmotivated31

Collierville, TN

#22 Sep 17, 2009
Don't pay cops wife any attention, every post she is yapping about being the wife of a poor, overworked, underpaid, blah, blah, police officer.
Teasly McBagger

Moultrie, GA

#23 Sep 18, 2009
Tjuan Davis wrote:
Look at his face he looks like meth have ate him up. Sad what a waste...lol
I was thinking the same thing. How do you think his beak got so crooked?
Teasly McBagger

Moultrie, GA

#24 Sep 18, 2009
Cops Wife wrote:
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This man was arrested while walking down the street. The law enforcement officers were far from "LAX" in catching this monster. He did NOT turn himself in. I live the life of a Sargent's wife and have for 7 years. I've noticed in that time, that most people, like you, point fingers at the police. That is of course until it's your life on the line and then you need them. These men work hard and risk their lives to save people like you "Close friend of the Victim" maybe you should think about that before you COP bash. My husband worked over 48 hours straight after that horrible event not to mention the extra hours he put in on his days off. Time he could have been with HIS family, and my brother-n-law towed the blood drenched car. Don't blame the police when you don't have a clue what you are talking about! Without them imagine what this world would be like.
So, your husband is one of the cops who worked the scene? His brother drives the tow truck that hauled away the vehicle with the evidence?

Your husband needs to tell you to keep what you know quiet. You are going to screw up the DA's case. There is such a thing as security in the chain-of-evidence. You've implicated nepotism between the investigative and crime scene personnel. Way to go, stupid.
Voice of Reason

Star, MS

#25 Sep 21, 2009
Cops Wife wrote:
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This man was arrested while walking down the street. The law enforcement officers were far from "LAX" in catching this monster. He did NOT turn himself in. I live the life of a Sargent's wife and have for 7 years. I've noticed in that time, that most people, like you, point fingers at the police. That is of course until it's your life on the line and then you need them. These men work hard and risk their lives to save people like you "Close friend of the Victim" maybe you should think about that before you COP bash. My husband worked over 48 hours straight after that horrible event not to mention the extra hours he put in on his days off. Time he could have been with HIS family, and my brother-n-law towed the blood drenched car. Don't blame the police when you don't have a clue what you are talking about! Without them imagine what this world would be like.
he was walking down the street and absolutely did turn himself in. you could hear it on the scanner: Dispatcher said he wanted to turn himself in and gave location.
Grandmother

Broken Arrow, OK

#26 Sep 21, 2009
Voice of Reason wrote:
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he was walking down the street and absolutely did turn himself in. you could hear it on the scanner: Dispatcher said he wanted to turn himself in and gave location.
Yes, he walked down the street to my house and told me that he wanted to turn himself in and they were giving the wrong name on the scanner for our location. His house was on the other side of Avant.
i knew him as a child

United States

#27 Sep 27, 2009
I can't tell you how this can make you feel but i knew russell as a child.He had secure environment for a short time.He was doing better when he came into our family.He was a product of his environment of which his mother did not know how or care how to take care of him.He was a nervous little boy,he thrived where he was.Then his mother decided she wanted him back to take him to Oklahoma.I'm not saying that it was right of what he did but he could of had a better chance of surviving.Anyone should know that mental illness can be bought on by a traumas.I read the article of which his mother had said that he hated his mother and needed to deal with child abuse, that sickens me of how stupid you are.He could of been better off without you.I will never think that he will ever get the help that he needs that should have been done a long long time ago.
bobby horsely davis

Bartlesville, OK

#28 Sep 28, 2009
I just want to say what a tragic trama event has really hurt me and my brother of this man that had a history of mental illness that had killed my friend. He wasn't only a friend but a big brother and a dad. He was my uncle spud horsely's best friend for years. kenny in 1969 had givin me my first shotgun and took me on my first squirrel hunt. he had fallen asleep against a mulberry tree and i seen a squirrel above him in the tree and i shot that squirrel and landed in his lap and scared him so bad he jumped straight up and fell down kicking at that squirrell and i laughed so hard. I was only eight years old living with my uncle spud and aunt barbara with my younger brother and sister was pure hell. kenny, david, and patsy klutts always came to our rescue. kenny and david taught me so much how to hunt and fish and always kept in touch with us all our lives. this event is just another tragic event in my life. I just want to say i'm sorry to his family and i love you all very much. I think the police done a great job! I also want to say i'm sorry to the goddard family and all of you are in my prayers. i miss kenny, david, jeffery, and patsy very very much.
Avant neighbor

Columbia, KY

#29 Oct 1, 2009
Keep in mind that Russell was not BORN a monster. he was at one time a baby and then a little boy who was no doubt horribly abused and then fell thru the cracks of the system. He should not have been out loose, especially after his threatening the life of a cop. That should have been a RED FLAG. Kenny was a great guy but he too had a violent past.

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Since: Apr 09

USA

#30 Oct 1, 2009
Tjuan Davis wrote:
Look at his face he looks like meth have ate him up. Sad what a waste...lol
Yup a good waste of meth
i knew him as a child

Britton, MI

#31 Oct 3, 2009
Avant neighbor wrote:
Keep in mind that Russell was not BORN a monster. he was at one time a baby and then a little boy who was no doubt horribly abused and then fell thru the cracks of the system. He should not have been out loose, especially after his threatening the life of a cop. That should have been a RED FLAG. Kenny was a great guy but he too had a violent past.
can you elborate on what his (russell)life was or if you knew him as a child like i did.i'm curious.

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