Jamelle Holiway arrested for shoplifting at Wal-Mart

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Binman4OSU

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By JOHN E. HOOVER World Sports Writer
Published: 7/21/2009 5:51 PM
Last Modified: 7/21/2009 6:01 PM

Former University of Oklahoma quarterback Jamelle Holieway and a female companion were arrested Sunday afternoon on a complaint of shoplifting at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in McAlester.

Holieway, 42, and Brandie Michelle Simpson, 33, were arrested by McAlester police on a complaint of petty larceny of merchandise with a value of $86.21, according a McAlester Police Department arrest report.

Holieway and Simpson were issued tickets and booked into the McAlester city jail. But because they had outstanding warrants, a police spokeswoman said, they were taken to the Pittsburg County jail, where they posted bail and were released.

Holieway and Simpson now await further action from the Pittsburg County district attorney, the spokeswoman said.

Court records show a variety of other legal problems for Holieway:

A bench warrant for Holieway was issued in June for failure to pay fines and court costs from a March 2008 speeding offense in Haskell County.

He had an outstanding criminal warrant for a July 2007 arrest in McIntosh County for unlawful possession of marijuana.

Holieway was cited in Pontotoc County in November 2008 for driving under suspension.

In January, he pleaded no contest in Pittsburg County to driving with a suspended license, failure to carry insurance verification and failure to obey a traffic control device. A one-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $200.

Holieway has until July 31 to pay $710.50 in fines and fees from his latest offense or a new arrest warrant will be issued.

According to online documents, Holieway owes $3,601.92 in outstanding fines, court costs and other fees for various offenses in four counties since 2006. Four of the five offenses are traffic violations.
 

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Clearly it's his time at The University of Oklahoma that turned this otherwise saintly character into the wayward, problematic social deviant that we know today.
 

CowpokeMike

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By JOHN E. HOOVER World Sports Writer
Published: 7/21/2009 5:51 PM
Last Modified: 7/21/2009 6:01 PM

Former University of Oklahoma quarterback Jamelle Holieway and a female companion were arrested Sunday afternoon on a complaint of shoplifting at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in McAlester.

Holieway, 42, and Brandie Michelle Simpson, 33, were arrested by McAlester police on a complaint of petty larceny of merchandise with a value of $86.21, according a McAlester Police Department arrest report.

Holieway and Simpson were issued tickets and booked into the McAlester city jail. But because they had outstanding warrants, a police spokeswoman said, they were taken to the Pittsburg County jail, where they posted bail and were released.

Holieway and Simpson now await further action from the Pittsburg County district attorney, the spokeswoman said.

Court records show a variety of other legal problems for Holieway:

A bench warrant for Holieway was issued in June for failure to pay fines and court costs from a March 2008 speeding offense in Haskell County.

He had an outstanding criminal warrant for a July 2007 arrest in McIntosh County for unlawful possession of marijuana.

Holieway was cited in Pontotoc County in November 2008 for driving under suspension.

In January, he pleaded no contest in Pittsburg County to driving with a suspended license, failure to carry insurance verification and failure to obey a traffic control device. A one-year sentence was suspended and he was fined $200.

Holieway has until July 31 to pay $710.50 in fines and fees from his latest offense or a new arrest warrant will be issued.

According to online documents, Holieway owes $3,601.92 in outstanding fines, court costs and other fees for various offenses in four counties since 2006. Four of the five offenses are traffic violations
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Somebody really needs to give Mr. Holieway some legal advice.

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Clearly it's his time at The University of Oklahoma that turned this otherwise saintly character into the wayward, problematic social deviant that we know today.
Finally you see the light. Would be very interesting to see his rap sheet prior to attending okie u and after...my guess is not much before but quite a history following. WR, I think you're finally admitting what most of us have known for a long time. Now, if you can explain it to puke and Nancy we won't have to continually remind you all what a bunch of thugs your school produces. :cool:
 

Binman4OSU

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Hey we can't dog the guy too much......Football season is coming up and he had to hit up Wal-Mart to get the latest and greatest gear for him and his girl. I mean they can't wear last seasons OU gear to Norman.....you would get laughed at
 
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He got caught doing the same thing a couple years ago. The owner of Big Red Sales in Tulsa hired him to be a sales person (relive the glory years with random goons, etc), but he couldnt even hold down that job. Got fired for stealing gold and silver OU jewerly:confused: Lucky for him, the owner is friends with Switzer and talked him out of pressing charges. Class act all the way.