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2.18.2006

I Remember . . .

. . . a guy named Eric Rosenstrom working in the Wise County Sheriff's Office in the 1990s. I think he had something to do with crime scene processing until he was fired due to a resume scandal. I wonder what he is doing now? Oh, no!!! (Yep, same guy).

20 comments:

Jeremmy McEntire said...

And uummm, I think he had something to do with some twisted info in my case too. Hmmm, it is Wise County, that explains it. Wish we could go back in time.

Anonymous said...

Old News! And Jeremy, you got off lighter that you should.

Jeremmy McEntire said...

and if u knew the whole truth - Oh yeah - you don't

Anonymous said...

If I remember correctly Jeremmy Eric had nothing to do with your case, It was an investigator.......And your partner on the Ambulance that snitched you off. The police did what they were suppose to and arrest those that steal from dead elderly people

Anonymous said...

Amen

Anonymous said...

I am sorry but how can you "steal" from a dead person anyway. When I die, by all means.. Take my crap. What am I going to do with it? Put it in my casket? riiiiiight

Jeremmy McEntire said...

Ok, I never stole anything. My fault was throwing it away to cover for the one that did. I paid my dues, and received my Paramedic certification back. That was a goal from the moment it occurred. To recover. Some seem to forget that. Only I and two others were there but some others want to believe what they want and SPIN the story. I wasn't even working when it occurred. I will take the blame for that, because that is the mistake I made. It is still amazing that this subject is a near 8 years old and there are still haters out there. I must have done something outside of that to have feelings like that towards this subject. And, yes, arrogance still lives inside me so if u are one of those that love to see someone fold up and give up hope when one makes a mistake, I can see why you think this way. Some people feed off of others failure to make themselves feel more successful. Although, it motivated some of us to make change. I thank Barry for seeing through that. Second chances can usually have a good outcome. In all, it changed my life and the way I look at things. If anything, it was a benefit, that it happened. I cover for no one now and I pass that on to my wife everday in the job that she does. Mistakes are what they are, mistakes. I don't feel that one should erase a lifetime of hard work and effort for a mistake. In the job that I occupy now, and the schooling that I have recevied, would have never happened if that did not occur. I am more successful now than I could have imagined then. I maintain my certification but the pay for a Paramedic is embarrassing. The industry really needs to re-evaluate that pay scale for those people. Sorry you feel that way, but, hey, you are entiltled to your opinion as we all are. And for the record, yes, Eric was involved.

Anonymous said...

Well my mistake on Eric, he may have been. But as one of your former co-workers it is a discrace that you stole some pills from an old man that had died. When it was brought to light, you lied. Hope the city of Boyd realizes that you lie every now and again. Did you watch the America's Most Wanted last night? Sheriff Ryan was talking about CREDITABILITY! He said that it is like virginity and once you loose it, it is gone forever! THINK ABOUT THAT.

I hope you are doing better and we definately could have been better at work without the scandal you started while you worked here.

Anonymous said...

Jeremmy apparently is still as big of a douche bag now as he was when he was in high school.

Anonymous said...

Man, I don't know that story. I wasn't here then, but ya'll are mean!

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:23,
I can tell you haven't grown up much. What you must be 31, 32 and still saying "douche bag"?

Anonymous said...

Would you have rather me have said "poopie head"?

Anonymous said...

Let's Judge everyone ! Sounds like a bunch of crying lib's in here.

Anonymous said...

Why is everybody still talking about this random guy who may or may not have stolen or thrown away some dead man's pills??? Isn't this supposed to be about the MURDERER??? I can't decide if it's ridiculous and funny, of ridiculous and sad...

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:55pm, The reason it turned on the stolen pills,is because the idiot that stole them posted his case. Read the first post by JEREMMY MCENTIRE

Anonymous said...

Hey, somebody from Wise County's on TV!!! We haven't had somebody famous here since Faith Hill!! lol

Anonymous said...

Umm Kinky Friedman seems to come like twice a month. Ali G from that HBO show had a flat tire on 380. Pauly Shore came through and stopped at taco bell on the way to Denton last year.
Dwight Yoakum stopped at Catfish O'Harlies a couple of years back.
I think that is it. Anyone else?

bigcatdaddy said...

The only other thing that comes to mind was all the drug trafficking that took place when the Cowboys were having their training camp in Wichita Falls.

Heh heh....I'm so funny!

Anonymous said...

Eric Rosenstrom is hiding form the police himself now. He murdered a hotel owner in Rockport TX in 2001

Anonymous said...

Eric Rosenstrom killed a man in TX in 2001, he is wanted by the police now.