OSBI announced today they need the public’s help in identifying a person whose remains were found in eastern Oklahoma in December 2012.
OSBI Forensic Artist Harvey Pratt just completed a facial reconstruction from remains found in Pittsburg County last year. December 13, 2012, several human bones and a skull were discovered in a wooded area near Quinton on Wagnon Ranch. Sheriff’s deputies and medical examiner’s office personnel recovered the remains. Since then, the medical examiner has determined the remains are that of a white and/or Hispanic male between 40 and 60 years old. The victim is believed to have stood between 5’3” and 5’8” tall. He was right handed and at some point in this life suffered a broken lower left rib. Investigators believe the body was placed in that wooded area between two and five years ago. The medical examiner’s office is unable to determine the cause and manner of death at this time.
This description does not fit any missing persons in the surrounding area. Pittsburg County Sheriff’s investigators are hopeful the skull reconstruction will help someone recognize the victim. This reconstruction is only meant to resemble the victim – not mimic his appearance. Therefore, if anyone believes the skull reconstruction looks similar to someone who has not been seen in several years, please call the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Basically, they need help identifying a dead white or hispanic male, 5′ 3″ to 5′ 8″ tall, and between the ages of 40 and 60. And by the way, the reconstruction may not look anything like him. Can the be a little more vague?
Let’s see what the artist was able to come up with on the reconstruction:
Tuesday afternoon and your company still doesn’t know you spend most of your time online looking at Facebook, reading The Lost Ogle and pleasuring yourself to the Chive. Good for you, American employee. Good for you.
Here are today’s battles:
(1) Kevin Durant vs. (8) Thunder Girls
(12) Lucy Sparkles vs. (13) Vanity Perkins (We’re going to have a Cinderella in the Sweet 16)
(3) Bibi Jones vs. (6) Tiffany Tatro
(2) Kristin Chenoweth vs. (10) Dean Blevins
So spend your lunch hour wisely and vote.
By now, you probably know about the Thunder fan who hit a $20,000 half-court shot during Sunday night’s game. The story of the fan who made the shot is awe-inspiring. His wife is battling cancer and they are going to use the prize money to help pay for her bills and treatment. You can donate to his wife’s medical fund by clicking here.
Here’s video of him nailing the $20,000 shot.
Wait. I got my half-court shot winners mixed up. The guy who won on Sunday is just some TV reporter dope that’s dating Miss Missouri 2011. What a heart-stirring story, huh? I can’t wait for the Tom Rinaldi profile.
Anyway, you may notice that Kevin Durant ran from the Thunder bench and awkwardly tackled the guy after he made the shot. Apparently that’s a thing now, and because of it, the video has made the rounds all over the globe. This includes South Korea, which for some reason got us confused with Rumble.
From KPopStarz, Korea’s best pop music and stars:
When I think of a debutante ball, the first image in my head is over-privaledged kids trying to re-enact scenes from Downton Abby. I hate everything about what these “high society” clubs represent. They’re basically a great way of making sure your offspring doesn’t wind up marrying someone poor. So I guess that’s good. It’s like they always say, “If you can’t keep it in your pants, keep it in your tax bracket.”
Anycrap, yesterday was my birthday and like most 30-something part-time bloggers, I figured I’d write a post about who I would want at my own debutante ball. In reality, I got drunk and had someone take me to What-A-Burger, but that is neither here nor there.
The first step to a great debutante ball is girls… and lots of ‘em! Here’s the list:
Maybe it’s due to the 100 megapixel camera, the unusual angle, or the way people gaze off into the distance like they’re watching someone back into their car, but Tulsa County always seems to produce some great mug shots. Recently we met this doll:
And who could forget Darth Tulsan:
Well, meet the newest Tulsa mug shot star:
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