This gelding is beautiful. I wish he’d come and live with me and Scooter. Scooter might not think this paint is gorgeous but I certainly do!
I check my blog stats about once a week or so.
Earlier today I glanced at my stats to see who google was sending my way.
Total Views: 34,398
Best Day Ever: 444
Sometimes the name BarnGoddess, can send over some freaks but none this week-yipeee.
The majority of the traffic was for these posts:
There have been 2 arrests and another arrest warrant waiting for a 3rd man.
Jarret Clark was found dead at Fort Gibson Lake 1 week after his high school graduation last summer. Foul play is suspected, but has never been proven, now authorities have made two arrests in connection with his death, and are looking for a third person. All three men failed to show up for court ordered questioning.
Authorities arrested 19-year-old Jason Maples and 23-year-old Anthony Wallen for failure to appear before the multi-county grand jury on Thursday. The court had ordered them there for questioning. Clark’s parents believe those men are trying to hide from the truth, something they say they’ve known all along.
“It tells me they’ve got something to hide, in my experience,” Johnny Cannon, Wagoner County Sheriff said.
Cannon says there wasn’t enough evidence in the initial investigation to charge anyone with a crime. But now maybe there will be.
“Obviously if they’ve got something to hide, not everything was discovered during the investigation, somebody’s not telling the truth during the initial investigations.” “And like I said somebody’s got something to hide, not only one person but many,” said Cannon.
Meanwhile they’re still looking for another man who never showed up to court, 19-year-old Brandon Hargrove.
Where is Brandon Hargrove and why is he hiding if he is not guilty of a crime?
In fact, if everyone involved the night of Jarret Clark’s murder is as innocent as they claim, why did 3 of them hide instead of testify in front of the grand Jury?
Their actions speak volumes. I hope this case is bound over for a murder trial.
I believe the Sheriff is on the right road to solving this crime and to a conviction.
I was beginning to wonder there for awhile what was taking Sheriff Cannon so long.
I have to remind myself occasionally, the wheels of Justice turn very, very slowly.
Justice for Jarret Clark!