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Guthrie Police asking for help in identifying man

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The Guthrie Police Department is asking for your help in identifying a man.

Details were not given, but a local landowner is offering an award for the ID of this man.

If you know this man, or know of his whereabouts, you’re encouraged to call the police department at (405) 282-3535.

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  1. Christy
    August 29, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    I would hope that the police didn’t release a picture of someone that was guilty of simple trespressing. While trespressing is against the law I think if police start using people’s pics for minor crimes then people will just start ignoring any pics that the police post. I would think it would be better served to only post the pics of someone that has committed a serious crime.

  2. charles hayes
    August 29, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    I’m a little mixed up. your saying a man steals 5.00 is less a thief than one who steals 1,000,000 ?


  3. Christy
    August 29, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    No I never said that. I think that if they put up every picture of every little thing that a person does it makes the public not pay as much attention to it. They see a picture and just figure it is for some minor offense and blow it off. The story above doesn’t mention what the offense is or for that matter if a crime had been committed it just mentions that a landowner has offered an award. I think people would take it more serious if they knew what the crime was. Is it someone sneaking on someone’s property to fish or did someone sneak onto someone’s property and cut their fence and steal from them?

  4. Clayman22
    August 29, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    Looks as though he may have been fishing.

  5. TeslaTrav
    September 4, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    Mr. Hayes,

    As a matter of law, yes $5 is not equal to$1,000,000. One is a felony, the other a misdemeanor. However, as a Christian both are equally sin in God’s eyes. In this instance, we are discussing secular law.

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