Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by wfgodot, Sep 13, 2013.
Wait, what? So the third is someone who was found? But what about Brandon?
I don't know if they are connecting Brandon to Molly and Colt yet. I think the third person the FBI is talking about is Buckaloo.
DONT KNOW IF THIS HAS BEEN POSTED
Sloane, that's probably the most complete article I've seen so far on his arrest.
And yes, I believe the third person the FBI is talking about is Jordan Buckaloo. There was an article, let me see if I can find it.
Edit: Never mind...I saw the Buckaloo info onthe OFMM fb page, not an article.
Jordan Buckaloo served two prison terms in Oklahoma.
The first was on an Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Drug charge out of Love County. His sentence was 2 years and his imprisonment was from 3-2006 to 1-2007.
His second prison term began on 8-2008 on concurrent sentences of 5 and 3 years on Love County convictions for Assault on a Police Officer and Domestic Abuse by Strangulation.
One of his relatives shed some light on the 2008 convictions in a 2012 interview:
He was released in 7-2010.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections record:
He had an extensive history of contact with law enforcement in Love County:
At a minimum, he was connected to Willie Russell via a mutual friend/family. They both served as pallbearers for a child who died in a tragic vehicle accident:
I'm speculating that Joe Russell and possibly Willie Russell know more about the death of Jordan Buckaloo than they have ever indicated to the public.
I'm also speculating that people who knew Buckaloo are sharing information with investigators looking at Joe Russell.
No necessity to shield oneself anymore from a crooked lawman who appears to be going down hard.
Jordan Buckaloo was last known seen at around 6:00 am on 6-19-2011.
OSBI bulletin issued 7-6-2011:
Buckaloo had contact with the Love County Sheriff's Office on 6-11-2011 when he was arrested by that agency on a bench warrant issued on 6-10-2011.
There was a court appearance scheduled on that date regarding a payment plan for unpaid court costs and fines that resulted from his 5-12-2008 arrest on charges of Domestic Abuse and Assault/Battery on a Police Officer.
Communication between the District Court and Buckaloo regarding the costs and fines due began on 7-14-2010, shortly after his release from prison.
The bench warrant was issued for a failure to appear for that court appointment on 6-10-2011, resulting in his arrest the next day.
He had a third charge resulting from that 5-12-2008 arrest: Transferring Bodily Fluids Upon a Police Officer While in Custody. That charge was dropped pursuant to plea negotiations on the two charges for which he served time in prison. He was assessed court costs on the third charge that were part of the 6-11-2011 arrest.
He was released from the Love County jail on 6-13-2011.
District Court records reflect that he paid $355.11 to the court on that day, the costs and fines balances due from his 5-12-2008 charges.
A family member of Buckaloo's suggests that he was involved in an argument with an unnamed/unidentified person at the party where he was last reported seen.
Additional information about the disappearance of Jordan Buckaloo:
Love County Undersheriff Jason Bone cited in the 2011 report on Buckaloo's disappearance had his own issue related to criminal conduct while a member of the Love County Sheriff's Office:
Bone was charged on 4-12-2013. He pleaded guilty on 7-18-2013. He received a 10 year suspended sentence.
All things considered and all things known about Love County Sheriff Joe Russell, the disappearance and death of Jordan Buckaloo shares the same "fox guarding the henhouse" aspect as the circumstances and local investigation into the disappearance of Molly Miller and Colt Haynes.
Con Nipp may have acquired some prison tats:
"SS BOTTS" is probably SS bolts, very common for Aryan prison gangs.
The two predominant white prison gangs in Oklahoma prisons are the Universal Aryan Brotherhood (UAB) and the Irish Mob.
Both have a presence outside of prisons and both are known to be involved in the trafficking of methamphetamine and other illegal drugs. They are both known to work with other drug trafficking organizations. I have come across members of both in the past involved in unrelated drug trafficking cases originating in Texas.
UAB is independent of the original AB based in California. It is primarily located in the Oklahoma prison system.
I'm not suggesting that a prison gang is behind or even directly involved the disappearance of Molly and Colt, altough it is certainly possible that members in Love County may have knowledge of what happened or be indirectly involved.
I only wish to point out that I am seeing the presence of prison gang members in Love County. That presence should be recognizable and known to Love County law enforcement.
Federal and state investigators would also recognize that presence and have a very good understanding of the relationship of those organizations and drug trafficking outside of prisons.
This is why I think the ongoing federal and state investigation into Love County probably includes person(s) who may or may not have direct or indirect knowledge of what happened to Molly and Colt.
"Silence" is a proclaimed to be one of the loyalty "virtues" among prison gangs and drug trafficking organizations.
"Silence" often collapses in the harsh reality of rigorous investigation. Hoping that such collapses will in fact lead to answers about Molly and Colt as well as Buckaloo.
I'm of the opinion that Brandon's disappearance may indeed be connected in some fashion.
I found an interesting track from some Love County players to Fort Worth that I'm looking at. I'll be taking a closer look at Brandon's case and Carter County to see who and what may be there that rings bells known to me.
Video at link:
Molly's cousin PMF justed posted on OFMM that she got a call from NYC wanting to know all about Joe Russell. Someone in the media, I'm guessing?
Also, asking for info on local missing person Jacky Ray Sizemore:
Wow I grew up in a small town w a step dad who was a judge , I know how bad things can get. I am so GLAD that IT IS HITTING THE FAN FINALLY!!!!!!!!!
07.25.16 12:13 AM ET
Meth, Strippers & a Missing Teen: FBI Investigates Oklahoma Sheriff
An Oklahoma sheriff faces allegations that he let his son deal meth from his police car, that he rounded up women for strip teases—and that he covered up a missing-persons case.
I am curious where the sheriff's wife was during all of the strippers, a meth house and her son basically holding a woman hostage with the threat of arrest if she left, and her husband being linked to the disappearance of three people. How could she live there and not know what is going on?
Marion Joe Russell had a court appearance scheduled for 8:30 am on Tuesday, July 26 (today) on his criminal case.
The appearance was his Initial Appearance.
To the best of my understanding of the process in Oklahoma, this appearance would also include a formal arraignment where he would enter a plea.
I expect that KXII probably had/has someone in Madill to provide a report on the appearance.
Russell's criminal case # is CF-2016-00194.
The charges are: 1) Harboring a Fugitive From Justice, and 2) Maintaining A House Where Drugs Are Kept.
The DA is Kathryn R. Savage of the Oklahoma Attorney General's office in Oklahoma City.
Gary Brown is also listed as a case attorney. I believe he is an Assistant District Attorney for the 20th District.
The criminal case is being heard in the 20th District Court (Carter, Johnston, Love, Marshall, and Murray counties.)
The judge listed for today's appearance is Wallace Coppedge in Madill.
Russell's Accusation For Removal is a civil case.
The case # is CV-2016-00023.
The Plaintiff bringing the suit is the State of Oklahoma.
The Plaintiff's attorney is listed as Kathryn R. Savage (Office of the Attorney General.)
The civil case will be heard in 7th District Court in Oklahoma County (Oklahoma City.)
The judge assigned to the case is Donald R. Deason.
The first hearing is scheduled for 9:00 am on August, 2, 2016.
Pretty basic part of the process.
The sheriff plead 'not guilty". I am really not surprised.
Love County Sheriff pleads not guilty to criminal charges
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Thanks you guys for posting the articles. I don't understand why he was released on his own recognizance. Is it because he's an elected official?
I am thoroughly disgusted by Joe Russell. And I thought we had problems with the Tulsa Sheriff. HA! He's got nothing on booty bumpin' Joe. Oh, I so hope this crazy mess comes to an end soon and Molly and Colt are found and that county is cleaned up.
To my knowledge, this bit of reporting from KOCO isn't entirely accurate:
The civil suit to remove him from office is a state action, not federal.
Removals of elected officials in a state are governed by state laws and state constitutions, not federal.
Federal cases are not heard in state courts, nor are they brought by states' attorneys. They are also not listed in ODCR.
That's not to say that, down the road, Russell won't be facing federal criminal charges or a federal civil suit.
It's not every day that FBI agents attend an arraignment on state charges. I found that interesting and an indication that he is very much under their gaze.
There could be a sealed federal indictment out there with Russell's name on it, or charges being prepared for presentation to a federal grand jury.
Willie Russell's charge is federal; it was brought by the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma.
He is currently in the Muskogee County jail awaiting sentencing. The federal courthouse for the Eastern District of Oklahoma is located in Muskogee.
I noticed some confusion in reporting when Joe Russell was arrested.
Some initial reports said he was arrested on federal charges. Those reports were not accurate as his criminal charges (so far) are state charges.
Just trying to keep straight what we're seeing and what we're not. So far.