Thieves steal trailer hauling church donation

Crooks targeted a flatbed trailer in Bixby that was carrying expensive euqipment and materials for a church project.

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aleman - 11/30/2012 2:55 PM
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More word salad from Mayor Wouldnot and his alter ego "unwashed"

mustangdriver - 11/27/2012 5:24 PM
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Well another case of good deeds punished by the needs of meth stricken zombies. Mayor Maynot - Yea, I overlooked the location of the crime, but atleast my paragraph is free of typos unlike this article :)

aleman - 11/27/2012 5:15 PM
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Not only is mayknot a mayor he is a pastor too,Yeah Randy if they needed more stone because of some error of theirs they darn sure don't go reaching for their billfolds

randy121 - 11/27/2012 5:07 PM
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I paid for all stone myself and I always over order for waste etc. I over ordered (no extra charge to the homeowner because I am on a fixed price to complete the fireplace)knowing I wanted to donate benches to the church so rest assured I paid for the extra stone. Most people like to have contractors bid turn key then if any thing is leftover they want discounts but never any extra cost.

randy121 - 11/27/2012 5:00 PM
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I actually bought extra stone for the church project. I buy the materials and price my jobs turn key so anything left over is mine. I have receipts where I bought all the stone.I paid for the stone and have receipts.

Mayor Maynot - 11/27/2012 4:32 PM
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@MDriver :-) although I agree that TPD is rife with slackers the offense occured in Bixby. That'd be TCSO or Bixby PD

Mayor Maynot - 11/27/2012 4:26 PM
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apeman wants to spread his zombie juice all over the place. In the bible it says to make a clean pure offering unto the lord. Not scraps. I'm still pretty well convinced that Sissom should have known better than to ignore his possessions. He knew better than to leave his valuable posessions at will for ten years. What made him think that it would be ok now. Apeman us a wannabe judge.

mustangdriver - 11/27/2012 2:56 PM
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I have friends that are contractors and they always have leftover materials from jobs. The material was paid for by the person paying the bid though. Contractors hardly ever reimburse the person for leftover materials. Yea it sucks that the materials were stolen, but doubtful that the guy lost any money in the materials. Another thing, anyone that does contract work for an extended period of time always has an enclosed trailer. If I had thousands of dollars of equipment, I would pay a little extra an get an enclosed trailer with a tracking device on it. Not trying to bust this guys balls, but we live in a zombie infested country these days. People are always looking to steal and make money the easy way. Just surprised the police haven't started planting "bait" trailers throughout the city with tracking devices. Supposedly trailer theft is at an all time high around here, how about we do something about it TPD?

aleman - 11/27/2012 4:54 AM
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The stone still belonged to the contractor,most contractors pay for their materials themselves as part of the bid,and stone being almost impossible to figure a perfect amount there is always some left over,and this contractor being a good guy donates his labor and mat'ls to help a church...Mayor Maygnat would have us believe that he is the criminal,this guy is always for the crook...think he might be a wannabe lawyer

Mayor Maynot - 11/26/2012 11:04 PM
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Too bad he ignored his property. On a donation level it really does not belong to the church until they have it in their hand. To hear him describe the material that he was donating it was left over from another job, so somebody probably already paid for it. His real loss would have to be his trailer and his mixer.
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