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Federal Judge In Oklahoma City Sentences Man Who Plays  Santa To Prison
“Steven Wintersteen was accused of sending a nude picture of himself  posing as Santa to a woman who was posing as an 8-year-old Oklahoma City  girl.”
Some back story
Oh, and he was a pastor too.

ohyeth:

Federal Judge In Oklahoma City Sentences Man Who Plays Santa To Prison

“Steven Wintersteen was accused of sending a nude picture of himself posing as Santa to a woman who was posing as an 8-year-old Oklahoma City girl.”

Some back story

Oh, and he was a pastor too.

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Ten-Day-Old Bartlesville Baby Found Dead In Washing  Machine, Mother Arrested
"Police officers were called to a downtown apartment at 7:42 p.m.  Thursday after receiving a 911 call. When they arrived, they found the  infant dead inside a washing machine, having been put in there with  clothes and gone through an entire wash cycle."

Ten-Day-Old Bartlesville Baby Found Dead In Washing Machine, Mother Arrested

"Police officers were called to a downtown apartment at 7:42 p.m. Thursday after receiving a 911 call. When they arrived, they found the infant dead inside a washing machine, having been put in there with clothes and gone through an entire wash cycle."

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Mom passed out at Oklahoma  City grocery store arrested; children taken away
The 7-year-old daughter of a woman found passed out in an Oklahoma  City grocery store told police her mother “gets like this every  day.”

Police  Sgt. Faustino Sanchez said he found Williams in the cold food  section of the store with her children sitting on the floor playing. She  had an odor of alcohol on her breath and slurred speech, and could not  stand up, Sanchez wrote in the report.
Sanchez asked her what she  had to drink and if it was a lot for her, and she answered, “Not  enough,” according to the report.

Mom passed out at Oklahoma City grocery store arrested; children taken away

The 7-year-old daughter of a woman found passed out in an Oklahoma City grocery store told police her mother “gets like this every day.”

Police Sgt. Faustino Sanchez said he found Williams in the cold food section of the store with her children sitting on the floor playing. She had an odor of alcohol on her breath and slurred speech, and could not stand up, Sanchez wrote in the report.

Sanchez asked her what she had to drink and if it was a lot for her, and she answered, “Not enough,” according to the report.

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Man had OxyContin shipped to  him in candy boxes, Oklahoma City police say 
"A  business owner from Missouri  who came to Oklahoma  City to fire an employee found a FedEx  package that contained a shipment he didn’t want: boxes of Nerds  candy with more than 300 OxyContin  pills mixed inside, according to a police report.

Police arrested Matthew  B. Farris, 23, of Oklahoma City, on complaints of possession of a  controlled and dangerous substance with intent to distribute, possession  of a controlled and dangerous substance without a prescription,  possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana, according  to a police report released today. He was in Oklahoma  County jail today and bail had not been set. He has not been  charged.
Farris’ boss, Christopher  Green, 31, of Joplin,  Mo., is the owner of Wireless Rigs, a business that has a branch in  the TA Travel Center at 501 S Morgan Road, officer Leigh  Ramos wrote in the report. Green told police he suspected Farris of  stealing from the business and came to Oklahoma City on Thursday to  fire him.
Green found a FedEx package with Farris’ name on it, in  care of Wireless Rigs, when he got to the truck stop, according to the  report. Farris told police he had not been expecting a package and  Farris did not have permission to have packages delivered to work.

Green said he opened the package and  found four boxes of Nerds, a pebble-like hard candy, Ramos wrote. Two of  the boxes contained only candy, but the other two had 315 OxyContin  pills mixed in.
Green called police, and Farris called to ask  about the package when police were interviewing Green, according to the  report. Green told him it was there, and police arrested Farris when he  came to the truck stop to pick it up.
Police found marijuana and a  glass pipe with marijuana residue when they did an inventory search on  his sport utility vehicle before it was towed away, Ramos wrote.
Farris  pleaded guilty in June to an Oklahoma County count of DUI and received a  deferred sentence, court records show.”


A criminal mastermind this guy is not. Sending it your work? Really? Small wonder he got caught.

Man had OxyContin shipped to him in candy boxes, Oklahoma City police say

"A business owner from Missouri who came to Oklahoma City to fire an employee found a FedEx package that contained a shipment he didn’t want: boxes of Nerds candy with more than 300 OxyContin pills mixed inside, according to a police report.

Police arrested Matthew B. Farris, 23, of Oklahoma City, on complaints of possession of a controlled and dangerous substance with intent to distribute, possession of a controlled and dangerous substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana, according to a police report released today. He was in Oklahoma County jail today and bail had not been set. He has not been charged.

Farris’ boss, Christopher Green, 31, of Joplin, Mo., is the owner of Wireless Rigs, a business that has a branch in the TA Travel Center at 501 S Morgan Road, officer Leigh Ramos wrote in the report. Green told police he suspected Farris of stealing from the business and came to Oklahoma City on Thursday to fire him.

Green found a FedEx package with Farris’ name on it, in care of Wireless Rigs, when he got to the truck stop, according to the report. Farris told police he had not been expecting a package and Farris did not have permission to have packages delivered to work.

Green said he opened the package and found four boxes of Nerds, a pebble-like hard candy, Ramos wrote. Two of the boxes contained only candy, but the other two had 315 OxyContin pills mixed in.

Green called police, and Farris called to ask about the package when police were interviewing Green, according to the report. Green told him it was there, and police arrested Farris when he came to the truck stop to pick it up.

Police found marijuana and a glass pipe with marijuana residue when they did an inventory search on his sport utility vehicle before it was towed away, Ramos wrote.

Farris pleaded guilty in June to an Oklahoma County count of DUI and received a deferred sentence, court records show.”

A criminal mastermind this guy is not. Sending it your work? Really? Small wonder he got caught.

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Two UFO Sightings In Haskell County Called Credible
"Two witnesses said the object was similar to a drawing MUFON  provided (see above)."
Mind you this means credible by Mutual UFO Network's standards which can't be too terribly high.

Two UFO Sightings In Haskell County Called Credible

"Two witnesses said the object was similar to a drawing MUFON provided (see above)."

Mind you this means credible by Mutual UFO Network's standards which can't be too terribly high.

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