Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by doublestop, Sep 9, 2010.
A Glen Gouker owns Flying G Firewood, at the intersection of Highway 99 and Moccasin Trail.
The bussiness looks to be a decent size wood bussiness. You can see lot going on in the street veiw from google maps.
Also across the street thee there is alot of fresh road work new drainage ditch etc.
This is a very interesting possibility.
Has anyone heard yet how the victim was killed?
I wish the arrest story would get updated.
Strange I can't find a Gouker on the sex offender registry in either OK or WI. Have you tried to search there?
Maybe a screen shot of the intelius page?
It looks like Glen and Michelle's father who founded the wood business died in March of 2009. I have listed both his obituary and a nice article about the business.
The Jamisons disappeared seven months later.
This is sad to say but I hope he died of natural causes.
I didn't think of that possibility. Hmm..
I was thinking about how sometimes a death can be a catalyst for people to begin to commit murderers.
Also, thinking more about the business now being owned by Glen and how convenient it would be to dismember and dispose of bodies.
I think this is Michele's facebook page with a picture of her late father as her profile pic. Her mother is one of her friends but so far I haven't seen any posts about the tragedy.
The siblings are accused of kidnapping a 20-year-old woman and killing her boyfriend, Ethan James Walton, 19.
Walton appeared to have been bludgeoned to death. His body was found crammed into a barrel on the Goukers' property, said Travis Palmer, investigator for the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Department.
Palmer said the woman told investigators she was raped by Glendon Gouker and tied to a bed for several hours. She managed to free herself and overpower Michele Gouker by stabbing her in the hand with a kitchen knife. She then ran across a dark field to a neighbor's house, Palmer said.
Read more: http://newsok.com/2-jailed-in-potta...ping-identified/article/3493234#ixzz0z4ETbWQJ
And they did all this with Michelle Goukers 4 y/o twins there? OMG...
Authorities arrested the Goukers at their home. A relative was called to retrieve Michele Gouker's 4-year-old twins, Palmer said.
Glendon Gouker was charged in Seminole County in 2001 with failing to register as a sex offender. The charge was dropped when he registered, court records show.
Read more: http://newsok.com/2-jailed-in-potta...ping-identified/article/3493234#ixzz0z6eDtjsO
Wonder if the car the couple drove there was still there or if it had been moved.
I also dont understand was his sister would help out in this. Actualy going to get the girl out of the car and if the guy had went alone would any of this had happened? And did they have anything to do with the Jamison case?
It seems well planed if it all went down on wensday and his body was in a shed and then moved to the barrel by the time the cops got there.
It is still bugging me he isn't listed on the Oklahoma sex offender registry.
Mother of Pottawatomie Murder Suspect Says Son Acted in Self-Defense
These people are absolutely sick.
From the news story above: ""Our theory on that is home invasions, you don't cuff and tape them and put them in a 55 gallon drum and seal it and tie them naked to a bed," said Capt. J.T. Palmer, Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office."
Nor (allegedly) rape them, either.
Raping someone in self-defense. Now there's a novel theory.
Yeah, because tying someone up to a bed and raping them is ALWAYS self defense :banghead:...WTFE... This mother has A LOT of issues that need to be worked out... Wonder if anyone could supply her with the name of a good psychologist?
SO...Are the gonna look into this couple of freaks for more crimes . People who have not ever done this before dont just start doing it as a team an with the kids home.
So I wanna see if they have released search warrents.
I agree with the search warrants and a lot more info.
We wouldn't even be discussing them if this crime hadn't had the story line of looking at some property to buy coupled with the close proximity to the Jamisons' last location.
Should we take this over to the crimes discussion forum until we know if it's connected to the Jamison's? Obviously a lot of discussion still to be had about this case and potential other victims.