We have written about the Tyler Paulsen case for several years now. Now the case has taken an interesting turn with an allegedly stolen gun winding up in the custody of the Adair Police Department, a Mayes County town, but the gun initially wasn't an issue in the traffic stop for speeding and suspended license until months after the initial traffic stop/arrest/
The saga started off simple enough, a mentally unstable person named Vannessa Edwards calls the Broken Arrow police on her boyfriend who is passed out after a argument. We can say she is unstable because the man that eventually prosecuted the case later said she was crazy and if he had to spend ten minutes with her they would have to call a SWAT team on him too. But her view appears to be to get her boyfriend out of his home so she could clean out the place as she left and to ensure custody of their child.
July 25, 2021 at 08:27PM
Stolen Gun Planted as Evidence in Mayes County Gun Possession Case?
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