Tulsa Transit bus driver stabbed with pen

A Tulsa transit passenger is now in custody accused of stabbing a bus driver on Wednesday night.

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coomer - 5/21/2013 5:46 PM
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there have been numerous attacks on drivers. Tulsa Transit does not prosecute, in fact they don't even have a picture book of the troublemakers that the drivers can be on the lookout for. The rider continues to ride the transit system after the attack with the drivers unaware of the potential danger to them or other passengers. Ask any driver they will tell you the real story.

Mayor Maynot - 5/18/2013 1:35 AM
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WyoMo ///\\\get real :-) It sounds more like he ran out of meds and he flipped out o. The way to see the doctor. It could be like that ... Abilify paxilprolixin or the millions who suffer from tartive diskenisia as the side effect from lithium therapy. Let's find out what really happened before you slander this person or other innocents who may be in a similar condition. Cancer voodoo witch doctors are merciful :-( they give you enough of their cocktail to kill you in three days. Of course all bought and paid for by your health ? Care provider

WyoMoe - 5/17/2013 9:15 AM
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Unfortunately this incident is most likely caused by drugs. We can expect this type of behavior to continue until we all get involved and rid our city of as much illegal drugs and drug dealers as possible. Get Involved.
 
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