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Old 09-26-2010, 08:28 PM
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"BankAmerica continued to operate its new subsidiary as Seafirst rather than Bank of America until the 1998 merger with NationsBank."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_America
I SO now want the serial #'s from that money, lol.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:29 PM
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I'm totally with you, wfgodot.
But how do we know that amount of money was there? Don't want to include it in facts unless we actually know, kwim?
If we fail to acknowledge published accounts based - evidently - on interviews with public officials, chaos reigns. (Which, yes, it does, anyway, in this case!)
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:41 PM
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A truck was found on a mountain in Latimer County OK, without the person to whom it was registered inside of it.

- The truck was registered to Bobby Jamison.

- Bobby Jamison suffered from a debilitating back injury

- Bobby Jamison was on prescription pain medication

- Bobby Jamison was married to Sherilyn Jamison, who is also missing

- Madyson Jamison was Sherilyn and Bobby Jamison's daughter. She is also missing

- A dog was found in the vehicle registered to Bobby Jamison

- A cell phone, a wallet, a purse, and $32,000 in cash was found in the vehicle.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:45 PM
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I'm going to contact the Ok dept of treasurer to see about the serial numbers. I think that's the place to go anyway....

Oklahoma State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
4545 N. Lincoln Blvd., Ste. 106
Oklahoma City , OK 73105-3413
(405) 521-4273
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:48 PM
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A truck was found on a mountain in Latimer County OK, without the person to whom it was registered inside of it.

- The truck was registered to Bobby Jamison.

- Bobby Jamison suffered from a debilitating back injury

- Bobby Jamison was on prescription pain medication

- Bobby Jamison was married to Sherilyn Jamison, who is also missing

- Madyson Jamison was Sherilyn and Bobby Jamison's daughter. She is also missing

- A dog was found in the vehicle registered to Bobby Jamison

- A cell phone, a wallet, a purse, and $32,000 in cash was found in the vehicle.
Well, unless there was actually $64,000, the amount of Bobby's settlement, half of it in another receptacle, and first responders of one sort or another took the briefcase that's missing! (lol)
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:51 PM
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From what I understand, feel free not to list it as a fact....Bobby had lots of bank bags from when he ran the landscape business/ tree farm. A couple months before they went missing, Bobby had went to Stars house and got the money out of her safe (he kept it there for safe keeping). IIRC there was more like $64,000. Bobby had said that him and Sherilyn were going to get a divorce and he was giving her $32,000 (her half). I think that is why the $32,000 was found in the truck. That was Bobby's half of the money and he had it well hid, so Sherilyn wouldn't find it and spend it. There are a couple of theories of where the $$ came from. The Sheriff said there was a reciept in the truck from SSA accounting for the large amount. But Star said the money came from a accident settlement. I have to believe the sheriff on this one. I am thinking back pay from his disability.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:54 PM
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Wouldn't LE have been able to use a drug dog to tell if there had been illegal drugs in the vehicle?
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Another fact:

Madyson Jamison was the heir to her grandfathers estate.
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Old 09-26-2010, 09:00 PM
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From what I understand, feel free not to list it as a fact....Bobby had lots of bank bags from when he ran the landscape business/ tree farm. A couple months before they went missing, Bobby had went to Stars house and got the money out of her safe (he kept it there for safe keeping). IIRC there was more like $64,000. Bobby had said that him and Sherilyn were going to get a divorce and he was giving her $32,000 (her half). I think that is why the $32,000 was found in the truck. That was Bobby's half of the money and he had it well hid, so Sherilyn wouldn't find it and spend it. There are a couple of theories of where the $$ came from. The Sheriff said there was a reciept in the truck from SSA accounting for the large amount. But Star said the money came from a accident settlement. I have to believe the sheriff on this one. I am thinking back pay from his disability.
Oiy... totally not disagreeing here. I get this.

But the money in the truck was not handled a lot. And SSA...they don't really pay out those kind of payments unless its a settlement...do they? I don't know.
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Old 09-26-2010, 09:01 PM
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Wouldn't LE have been able to use a drug dog to tell if there had been illegal drugs in the vehicle?
Did they have a narc dog out there when the vehicle was searched?
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Old 09-26-2010, 09:04 PM
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- The truck was registered to Bobby Jamison.

- Bobby Jamison suffered from a debilitating back injury

- Bobby Jamison was on prescription pain medication

- Bobby Jamison was married to Sherilyn Jamison, who is also missing

- Madyson Jamison was Sherilyn and Bobby Jamison's daughter. She is also missing

- A dog was found in the vehicle registered to Bobby Jamison

- A cell phone, a wallet, a purse, and (approximately) $32,000 in cash was found in the vehicle.

- Madyson Jamison was the heir to her grandfathers estate.

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Old 09-26-2010, 09:49 PM
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Oiy... totally not disagreeing here. I get this.

But the money in the truck was not handled a lot. And SSA...they don't really pay out those kind of payments unless its a settlement...do they? I don't know.
SSA pays in installments.
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So is it possible that we should be looking for Sherilyn and Madyson and when they are found, Bobby will be found?

The divorce comment is rumor right?

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Old 09-26-2010, 11:21 PM
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I assumed it was the adults also, and yes the FBI has the tape (although I think it was the sheriff who first viewed it, and then made that comment.)
If Madyson was on there and exhibiting the same type of behavior....what do you make of that?

Madyson's hair- pictures show her getting it dyed as if it were for fun. But the timing seems odd to me.

It wouldn't be hard to tell a 6 year old she was going to have a makeover, but withhold the actual reason for it, you know?

I had been under the impression that the video camera(s) were exterior survellance cameras. I truly do not know what to make of the descriptions of their walking and staring. I am mindful that LE has stated that there is nothing to indicate that they either used or dealt drugs.

I agree, dying Madyson's hair a different color just before the family vanished does seem suspicious. Did Madyson ever have her hair colored before ?

Wow, this is a very strange and convoluted case... I plan on going back to the beginning and reading it again....

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Old 09-26-2010, 11:28 PM
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Oiy... totally not disagreeing here. I get this.

But the money in the truck was not handled a lot. And SSA...they don't really pay out those kind of payments unless its a settlement...do they? I don't know.
Just jumping in here....I really just read and follow along in this case....so, if I'm posting something irrelevant, please ignore!

I'm a former SSA Claims Adjustor. While SSA does generally pay in monthly installment payments, there is almost always a lump sum payment when it comes to disability awards. SSA will pay you monthly disability payments starting on the date you are approved for those payments. BUT the date you applied for disability is your eligibility date....and if the judge determines you were disabled from that point, SSA would owe you back to that date and WOULD indeed pay you in a lump sum check.
Lump Sum checks can be anywhere from $500 to $150,000....depending on how long it took for the courts to approve your claim.
Outside of lump sum disability payouts or suing and winning a case against SSA, there is no other reason SSA would award that kind of money.
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Old 09-27-2010, 12:47 AM
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I believe this was Sheriff Beauchamp's observation.

The entire Oklahoman article was unusual for an open case in that it contributed much to the notion that the Jamisons were decidedly unbalanced before they went missing.
OK, I'll bite. What was he "observing"??
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Old 09-27-2010, 09:25 AM
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So is it possible that we should be looking for Sherilyn and Madyson and when they are found, Bobby will be found?

The divorce comment is rumor right?

Salem
Yes. Or maybe the other way around?
And yes, rumor. Can't find where anything was filed, anyway.
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Old 09-27-2010, 09:34 AM
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I had been under the impression that the video camera(s) were exterior survellance cameras. I truly do not know what to make of the descriptions of their walking and staring. I am mindful that LE has stated that there is nothing to indicate that they either used or dealt drugs.

I agree, dying Madyson's hair a different color just before the family vanished does seem suspicious. Did Madyson ever have her hair colored before ?

Wow, this is a very strange and convoluted case... I plan on going back to the beginning and reading it again....

All JMO
Isn't it though??
The walking and staring observation was made by the sheriff...but the surveillance video hasn't been released so I'm not sure we can give that statement any credit, you know?

I thought at first it was exterior as well, like a home security system (that's what early reports described it as) but now I'm not sure because... the brown bag that the FBI said early on might contain money and that Sherilyn was seen bringing from the house to the truck...?! I don't know. So the video is from the interior as well as the exterior of the home? And while I'm speculating on that....what made the FBI 'think' there might be money in that brown bag that was never found anyway??

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Old 09-27-2010, 09:39 AM
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OK, I'll bite. What was he "observing"??
It seems he was observing the Jamison's behaving in some sort of 'altered' state- either under the influence of drugs, or under the influence of some sort of psychosis.

But has anyone ever watched a home surveillance type video? They can be of really poor quality- very jerky with a lot of time lapses.
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Just jumping in here....I really just read and follow along in this case....so, if I'm posting something irrelevant, please ignore!

I'm a former SSA Claims Adjustor. While SSA does generally pay in monthly installment payments, there is almost always a lump sum payment when it comes to disability awards. SSA will pay you monthly disability payments starting on the date you are approved for those payments. BUT the date you applied for disability is your eligibility date....and if the judge determines you were disabled from that point, SSA would owe you back to that date and WOULD indeed pay you in a lump sum check.
Lump Sum checks can be anywhere from $500 to $150,000....depending on how long it took for the courts to approve your claim.
Outside of lump sum disability payouts or suing and winning a case against SSA, there is no other reason SSA would award that kind of money.
Thank you very much for that clarification.
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Here's another snippet from the infamous 02 May 2010 Sunday Oklahoman article referenced above:
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Connie Kokotan, Sherilyn Jamison’s mother, now wonders about a comment Bobby made last summer.

"They were having financial trouble,” said Kokotan, 59, of Midwest City. "Bobby told Sherilyn, ‘I know where I can get the money, but I won’t involve you.’ But if they were involved in drugs, I never saw any.”

Kokotan lived with the family between March and June last year. She described her daughter as bipolar, and said Bobby Jamison lived with back pain from an automobile wreck in 2003.

"Sherilyn was a very strong-willed person, but I saw her change dramatically,” Kokotan said. "She became very illogical. One day she drove me to Oklahoma City and dropped me off on the street. She told me to, ‘Get ... out of my car.’ So I did.”
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To speculate - In your opinion, are you leaning towards:

1) Alive: Bobby, Sherilyn, Madyson

2)Alive: Bobby
Deceased: Sherilyn, Madyson

3) Alive: Sherilyn, Madyson
Deceased: Bobby

4) Alive: Bobby, Madyson
Deceased: Sherilyn

5) Alive: Sherilyn
Deceased: Bobby, Madyson

6) Deceased: Bobby, Sherilyn, Madyson
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:18 PM
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:21 PM
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To speculate - In your opinion, are you leaning towards:

1) Alive: Bobby, Sherilyn, Madyson

2)Alive: Bobby
Deceased: Sherilyn, Madyson

3) Alive: Sherilyn, Madyson
Deceased: Bobby

4) Alive: Bobby, Madyson
Deceased: Sherilyn

5) Alive: Sherilyn
Deceased: Bobby, Madyson

6) Deceased: Bobby, Sherilyn, Madyson
Okay, since I've been the primary (sole?) exponent of the "vanished of their own accord" theory on here for what seems like donkey's years, I'll let my money ride on that thought and vote....

#1

although #3 is a more interesting choice, and the "one survivor" items probably are more logical if, in fact, there are survivors.

As always, let me add a definite "or not, or not!" to my theorizing. "Drug deal gone bad," my first thought on the matter, is still in the mix.
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7) Alive: Madyson
Deceased: Bobby, Sherilyn

Oriah, is that what you're leaning towards?
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