17 Burst results for "Steve Powell"

"steve powell" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:03 min | Last month

"steve powell" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Driving his getaway car, there's a good chance he will not be caught, and it seemed to be that he had everything perfectly in control. And it was driving Steve Powell. Completely nuts. Oh, goodness. Uh, I had seen many many bank robberies. I mean, you have to understand who Steve Powell is in the FBI in Texas. He was a lead bank robber specialists. He was tearing his hair out this cowboy Bob, as he came to be known around the Dallas FBI offices was beating the best guy in the business. You know, a perfect bank robbery, I guess, And I hope I'm not educating anybody that wants to rob a back. But You know you want to get in Rob the back. Leave this little evidence as possible. That's going to allow someone like me to track you down. If you can get in and get out very quietly and get the amount of money that you want and get away. Then you have pulled off a successful bank robbery. Former FBI agent Steve Powell. In the nineties. He was based in Dallas, where he was the bureau's bank robbery coordinator. I was responsible for connecting All the robberies. In other words, if we had what you would call a serial bank robber, I would see that. Oh, that was the same guy that robbed data data data back or He may have robbed in Albuquerque or Oklahoma City. But I would study the bank robbers and tie the cases together. Steve Powell had been with the FBI for just over 20 years. But this new bank robber cowboy Bob, polite, quiet.

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"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | Last month

"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The police get there in time to catch him in the act. If the Robert gets away out of the parking lot, driving his getaway car, there's a good chance he will not be caught, and it seemed to be that he had everything perfectly in control. And it was driving Steve Powell. Completely nuts. Oh, goodness. Uh, I had seen many many bank robberies. I mean, you have to understand who Steve Powell is in the FBI in Texas. He was a lead bank robber specialist, and he was tearing his hair out this cowboy Bob, as he came to be known around. The Dallas FBI offices was beating the best guy in the business. You know, a perfect bank robbery, I guess, And I hope I'm not educating anybody that wants to rob a bank. But you know you want to get in Rob the back leave as little evidence as possible. That's going to allow someone like me to track you down. If you can get in and get out very quietly and get the amount of money that you want and get away. Then you have pulled off a successful bank robbery. Former FBI agent Steve Powell. In the nineties. He was based in Dallas, where he was the bureau's bank robbery coordinator. I was responsible for connecting All the robberies. In other words, if we had what you would call a serial bank robber Would see that. Oh, that was the same guy that robbed data Data Data Bank, or, uh, he may have robbed in Albuquerque or Oklahoma City. But I would study the bank robbers and tie the cases together. Steve Powell had been with the FBI for just over 20 years. But this new bank robber cowboy Bob, polite, quiet and hitting suburban banks for relatively small sums of money was outsmarting him. There is one thing about cowboy Bob that didn't add up. When Steve Powell reviewed security camera footage, he noticed that cowboy.

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"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | Last month

"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hmm. Once you realized that this was who you were looking for, Did you say to her? It's you. What did you say to her? Er Well, I, uh You know, I told her you're my bank robber and you're under arrest. And, you know now you gotta understand She never admitted anything to me. And once I told her, she was under arrest for bank robbery. I saw no one motion from her. Steve Powell in his agents arrested Peggy Jo Tallis and immediately took her into custody. She was 48 years old. Had you ever been so stumped in your whole career? I mean, when you think about all of the bank robberies that you handled in your long career was this the one that does this one really stick out? Well, No, it does. I'll be honest with you. Because a few at Phoebe, I'll have to show you the surveillance pictures from the robberies. I mean, if you could have told me while that's a female, I'd like to hear you say that because it was so far from what I was looking for. They want it actually happened. Yes, I was. I was amazed and you know Phoebe, If you can understand Now I feel like comedian. It just never clicked with me that it was her. You know, I wonder. She'd been so smart. Um All all through those other bank robberies. What do you think happened? You know, it seems like a amateur mistake. I know what you're saying. And Uh, invariably, they will finally make a little mistake. Now this one wasn't a little mistake, but she had robbed that first back, and I'm sure once she got away from that back, she counted the money and said Old Germany. I didn't get enough. So she was in a hurry for some reason, and she took that stolen plate off of her car. And went and robbed the second bank with her real license plate visible. And that's what brought her down that day. Had that not happened. Lord knows how long we were been looking for her. Thank you. Joe Tallis was convicted of three counts of bank robbery and sentenced to 33 months in federal prison. Skip Hollandsworth wrote about her for Texas monthly in 2000 and five He reported that a psychologist named Richard Schmidt sat down with Peggy Jo Tallis. Richard Schmidt said that when he would ask her questions, she would just sort of look at him. And matter of fact, we smoke her cigarette, shrugging her shoulders, shaking her head as if she wasn't sure what what else to tell him. She didn't know how to tell him, she said. You know, she needed some money to help out her mom who was sick. And who's medications cost too much money? And This psychologist Smith Was enamored with her just to Steve Powell, the FBI agent was enamored with her. What was she doing? She goes well, I just wanted to pay for my mother's medications. But I really had no intention of robbing the second bank or a third or 1/4. And then she pulled out her cigarette case and lit another cigarette. And what Smit realize was is that she deep down just enjoyed the heck out of robbing banks. Richard Schmidt would later describe Peggy Jo Tallis as a nice normal looking woman. When she got out of prison, she laid low she continued to live with and care for her sick mother. She got a job at a marina just outside of Dallas. Years passed, and after her mother died, Peggy Jo bought an RV. That same year, Steve Powell retired from the FBI and moved from Dallas to love it. Every once in a while he teach a class for bank employees on how to spot bank robbers. He'd always tell the story of cowboy Bob. And then a couple of years later, someone.

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"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | Last month

"steve powell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unless Uh, the police get there in time to catch him in the act. If the robber gets away out of the parking lot, driving his getaway car, there's a good chance he will not be caught, and it seemed to be that he had everything perfectly in control. And it was driving Steve Powell. Completely nuts. Oh, goodness. Uh, I had seen many many bank robberies. I mean, you have to understand who Steve Powell is in the FBI in Texas. He was a lead bank robber specialist, and he was tearing his hair out this cowboy Bob, as he came to be known around. The Dallas FBI offices was beating the best guy in the business. You know, a perfect bank robbery, I guess, And I hope I'm not educating anybody that wants to rob a bank. But You know you want to get in Rob the back leave as little evidence as possible. That's going to allow someone like me to track you down. If you can get in and get out very quietly and get the amount of money that you want and get away. Then you have pulled off a successful bank robbery. Former FBI agent Steve Powell. In the nineties. He was based in Dallas, where he was the bureau's bank robbery coordinator. I was responsible for connecting All the robberies. In other words, if we had what you would call a serial bank robber Would see that. Oh, that was the same guy that robbed data Data Data Bank, or, uh, he may have robbed in Albuquerque or Oklahoma City. But I would study the bank robbers and tie the cases together. Steve Powell had been with the FBI for just over 20 years. But this new bank robber cowboy Bob, polite, quiet and hitting suburban banks for relatively small sums of money was outsmarting him. There is one thing about cowboy Bob that didn't add up. When Steve Powell reviewed security camera footage, he noticed that cowboy Bob was wearing his hat backwards. I'm Phoebe Judge. This is criminal. The first robbery was in May of 1991, the second with seven months later in December of 1991 in Irving, Texas. On that day, Steve Powell says Cowboy Bob parked his car directly in front of the bank calmly got out of the driver's seat. And walked into the building. Now, with my experience, I knew either this bank robber is an idiot or there's something wrong with this because most bank robbers do not want you to get a good destruction of their getaway vehicle, and especially the license plate number because we're going to be able to track that license plate number and I, maybe at your house before you even get home. Well, this person was using a plate that in verbally turned out to have been stolen from another V here core, which led us off in a wild goose chase and we again we had no clues. We had a description of.

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"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

Cold

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

"Steve powell was at that time in the pierce county jail. They went interviewed him the gel and he wouldn't talk to them and he said He told investigators that dan. Marshall would have done what i told him. This never would've happened. So you know even at this stage in the investigation and the relationship developed with these two jokers like they're still there they're blaming me for this Which is was never really sat well with me not that not that neither one of those individuals depict how i feel throughout the day but it was. It was pretty dark to kinda.

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"steve powell" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Criminal

"Once you realize that this was who you were looking for. Did you say to her? It's you and what did you say to her? Well I told her you're my bank robber and you're under arrest and you know now you gotta understand. She never admitted anything to me and once I told her she was under arrest for bank robbery. I saw no one motion. Fromer Steve Powell is agents arrested. Peggy Jo Tallus and immediately took her into custody she was forty eight years old. Had you ever been so stumped in your whole career I mean when you think about all of bank robberies you handled in your long career. Was this one that does this one really stick out whale it. No it does. I'll be honest with you because I if you'd have to show you the surveillance pitcher from the robberies told me that the female. I'd like to hear you say that because it was so far from what I was looking for. They wanted actually happened. Yes I was I was amazed and You know Phoebe if you can understand now. I feel like an idiot. It just never clicked with me that it was her. She'd been so smart all through those other bank robberies. What do you think happened? You know it. It seems like a amateur mistake. I know what you're saying and invariably by will finally make a little mistake now. This one wasn't a little mistake but she had robbed that first bag and I'm sure once she got away from that bike she counted the money and said Oh Jimmy. I DIDN'T GET ENOUGH. So she was in a hurry for some reason and she took that stolen plate off of her car and went and robbed the second bake with her realizes plate visible at. That's what brought her down that day. Had that not happened. Lord knows how long we were been looking for her picky. Joe Tell us was convicted of three counts of bank robbery and sentenced to thirty three months in federal prison. Skip Hollandsworth wrote about her for Texas monthly in two thousand five. He reported that a psychologist named Richard Schmidt. Sat Down with Peggy Jo Tallus. Richard Schmidt said that when he would ask her questions to just sort of look at him and matter of factly smoke her cigarette. Shrugging or shoulder shaking her head is if she wasn't sure what what else to tell him she didn't know how to tell him. She said you know she needed some money to help out. Her mom was sick. And who's medications cost too much. Money and the psychologists Schmidt was enamored with her. Just as Steve Powell the FBI agent was enamored with her. What was she doing? She goes well. I just wanted to pay for my mother's medications. But I really had no intention of robbing a second bank or a third or a fourth and then she pulled out her cigarette case inlet another cigarette and what Schmidt realize was is that she deep down just enjoyed the heck out of robbing banks. Richard Schmidt would later describe Peggy. Joe Tallus a nice normal looking woman. When she got out of prison she laid low. She continued to live with and care for her sick mother. She got a job at a marina just outside of Dallas years past and after her mother died. Peggy Jo bought an RV. That same year. Steve Powell retired from the FBI and moved from Dallas to Lubbock every once in a while he teach a class for bank employees on how to spot bank robbers. He'd always tell the story of Cowboy Bob and then a couple of years later someone walked into the guaranty bank in Tyler Texas with a mustache wearing a big hat and gloves and walked out with the back of money. And if say Powell was working still for the FBI. I think he would have known immediately who that was that. It robbed that bag..

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"steve powell" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"So what's on what not when you're on drags? It drags tell me about a young Steve Powell. That's what I wanna know. How young how young do you want to don't really wanna know the? The I know everything there is no about you. Yeah. Party keep it to yourself. The says your wife doing she ingrate should know. She's probably texted you believe texting. She keeps me in the loop. Yep. Yeah. When I dropped you off the other week at your house. She texted me about an hour later and said, please take him back. Cheers sick. You being the whiny bell? Yeah. She says, I'm just the biggest whiny baby. I just must have I want to be left loan, right? So baby. That's what he calls them, Katie babies. So she says, I'm a big baby. Yeah. Well, your big baby. But But now now I. I. I. I think it's funny. I, you know, the social media stuff has been a blessing in so many ways. But I you get to point where you really just want to turn it off. You know, they just want to turn it off. But, but you can't you know, anybody out there that is doing anything successful in the entertainment business, if you're trying to make it in business, these days social media's your main driver, you gotta have it every business if you don't have social media. Yeah. You gotta have it. You're losing business. What's it's that's where your marketing takes place, you know. And so I have people who will jump on there. And they complain, you know, I've had people who've complained about saying we have got too many commercials or whatever on the podcasts or whatever. But yet you just said you wanted it for free. I mean, that's how that's how you get it for free is that's how we pay for these things. So I mean, look at this beautiful studio, you think Mark Tate works for free, you know, or for free free. No, not too much. So we need sponsors. We lost all of our sponsors. When we switched from.

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"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

Cold

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

"This podcast discusses domestic violence criminal behavior. Murder and adult themes while not explicit. Listener discretion is advised. Steve Powell met with the FBI into coma in late February of two thousand and ten he told the special agents, his grandsons, Charlie and Brayden didn't seem to miss their mother all that much dared to ask the kids any questions or comments to everybody. The kids are very happy. The only communists. In fact, that, you know, Jimmy, really miss their mother. I don't even know I think they do occasionally and the mayor that for the came to my house, maybe there were some questions than whatever. But the kids really have. No, they've never made any comments is not anything nothing there. The way they act that suggest no nothing like that. There's no indication nothing. Nothing more. But about the way they're thinking about the drafting reacting talking Steve's claim that the boys didn't talk about their mom seemed dubious at the time. We have everything possible shield goes grandsons for the media. And from this story. I don't turn on the TV commendable, by the way. I've done in a gated community. So the media can't park out in front of my house, and you know, shine halogen lights, also, right? Yeah. That's weird. And yet the people the Cox family and their friends have just put signs up down every light hosts going in and out of our property with Susan's picture on it. And I walked Charlie to the park the other day like the waist down. There's this thing is as long as picture on the site, both vinyl signs. I mean, I'm trying to shield these kids from them. These people are so desperate, and they are. So they they'll stop at nothing to get those kids away from my home on April seventeenth of two thousand and ten steep type this into his digital journal this afternoon, Charlie commented that mommy is lost in the desert. Josh and Michael were also present. So we all heard it. I asked him where he had heard that. He said he had made it up in his own mind. Michael said, we've been talking too much about that desert. Search that was planned for April tenth supposedly a couple thousand people going to be searching in the area. Josh and the boys camped on the night of December six Susan went missing. The next day we discussed that plan and made derisive comments about Charlie doesn't miss much. This is cold episode ten Charlie. I'm Dave collie back after this as we head into the new year. Many are making New Year's resolutions that seem to have one thing in common. And that is finding ways to save money as you ring in the new year, ladies, if you're looking for a new hair care routine. Let me tell you about Madison Reed because Madison Reed is hair-color reinvented. Gorgeous salon-quality colored delivered to your door for less than twenty five dollars. No longer. Do you just have to choices between the outdated box color or the time and expense of a salon? What makes Madison Reed color unique is that it's crafted by master color is to blend the nuances of light and dark, cool and warm, and they can create over forty five gorgeous, multi tonal, shades, and it can be delivered right to your home go to their website and get an expert color consultation or take the color quiz at Madison. Dash Reed dot com. Cold podcast listeners get ten percent off plus. Free shipping on their first color kit with code cold. That's code CO. L D go to Madison. Dash Reed dot com. Way back in the summer of two thousand and six Josh registered the domain name for a website, Susan Powell dot org. The following summer. He registered three more one each for his name, his son Charlie's name and the baby. Brandon's name. These were just the latest in a growing list of web addresses. He controlled going back to his college days. He'd built a site at Susan and Josh dot net for their wedding in two thousand and one a few years later as he tried to build a career selling real estate. He made Josh Powell realtor dot com. Josh's websites were not fancy. He liked web design though and worked constantly to improve his skills for a couple of years. He used the domain Charlie Powell dot org as a sort of sandbox where he could experiment. He built a password protected portion of the site and posted photos of Susan and the boys there throughout two thousand and nine Susan provided family and close friends with user names and passwords which were created by Josh. So they could see the photos as well. Susan preferred to just put those photos on my space or Facebook. But Josh wasn't all that interested in social media. He refused to let Susan use his computer for anything. But the most basic tasks like scanning his papers in two thousand and nine she finally spent one hundred dollars to buy her own computer at the time Josh groused about the expense and criticized her for buying a system, he considered out of date. Shortly after Susan disappeared. Someone provided detective Ellis Maxwell with a username and password for the Charlie Powell dot org website, he logged in and browsed through the photos of the Powell families trips to Topaz mountain and dinosaur national monument a few weeks later in early January. He tried to log in again, the credentials did not work. Josh had cut off access. A short time later a page popped up on another of Josh's domains, Susan Powell dot org. It claimed to be the official site for information about this beautiful woman her family and other things she loves text on the main page told visitors. It was the only source of new photos and videos of Susan while Josh wasn't personally interested in Facebook. He did pay attention to it in the days following Susan's, disappearance, her neighbor, and friend QC Hellawell had created a Facebook page to help spread information. And so at first we named it. The name of our church congregation. We call it the hundred thirty six ward group, and then I made it changed it like the next because I realized that it shouldn't be sounding like it's a church sponsored thing. And so we named it friends and family of Susan Powell. And then the group became huge like thousands of people joining like immediately, and it was just crazy. How fast it went tonight? Just made it to keep the neighborhood in contact with each other. So I could post the information in one place instead of having answer thirty or forty messages every day and fifty phone calls and public interest. And Susan's case fanned that growth the page soon had tens of thousands of followers. Many of whom had no qualms sharing their negative opinions of Josh. He

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"steve powell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our sister station, KSL NewsRadio in Salt Lake City with more on the latest episode of cold. One of the first clues to police about Steve Powell's interest in his daughter in law. Susan came from a link at the bottom of one of his emails, he wrote police encouraging them to look at a neighbor and in the signature of his Email was a link to Steve Chantrey dot com. That voice you hear singing the harmony belongs to Susan. So when Steve Powell reached out to the FBI with word of his own theory about what had happened to his daughter in law. They were well aware of how he felt about her special agents. Russ Johnson and Gary France met with Steve Powell wild west valley city police observed from another room. The possibility that they're even in this country. Steve Powell wanted the FBI to look into the disappearance of Stephen coacher. A Saint George resident who vanished about a week after Susan did Steve Powell theorized. They might have tried to run off together. And framed Josh in the process. It's perfect. Perfect police did check that theory out. Meanwhile, agent Johnson told Steve Powell expected Josh to be arrested and he advised Steve against working with his son. If he when he gets arrested for this, those grandkids are going to need people that they know and love around now in hindsight the discussion took on a chilling tone from their sure I understand where you're getting because. His wife because he's got something inside the you might you know, that's exactly what happened just about two years later. Dave Cali for KTAR news head to KTAR. And now, let's check your drive.

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"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

Cold

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

"Not the Powell family side. Not the Cox family side, not the west valley polices side. But he knew things that had not yet made the news. But from what I know. Okay. And some of the things that have happened around this disappearance, specifically some of the things that Josh has done and said, okay. I think and and I think you're gonna probably have to at some point wrap your mind around this. It sounds like you started right where I'm gonna be and then you went away from that based on Josh behavior. But I think you're gonna have to wrap your your mind around. The fact I think Josh is going to be rested and charged with this crime. Okay with with with with homicide. Okay. So I do. And like I said this is me coming with us from somewhere else. And. And not having an interest. And I think that is what's going to happen. When that happens. I don't think Josh is told you even all the things that have happened. I think he knows a lot of this stuff that I know. And I don't think he's told you you may want to find some of that out for yourself. So that you can prepare yourself if this happens the way, I say, okay. And if happens that way, and I really think it will you you need to be aware that you know, that that's coming and and get get ready for that. Okay. That's I'm not saying I'm had the inside track. And and and and I know exactly what west valley and the DA's office is gonna do. I'm saying this is this is me guessing right now. Okay. And I think that's going to happen. I think that the things that I know are highly suspicious, and it's not, and I don't think that other things that I know indicate that Susan went anywhere voluntarily. Okay. So. My suggestion to you is start thinking about that. And and make sure you were not. Involved, and I'm not accusing you of anything right now. Okay. I'm not just saying make sure he'd never get involved with the covering up or the obstruction of investigation. And you know, you're here you're not doing that. Obviously you're talking to us you want to help. But when things go that other way. Don't be involved in any of that. Don't put yourself in jeopardy if he went he gets arrested for this. Those grandkids are going to need people that they know in love around them. F B I told Steve Powell two and a half months into the investigation that his son was likely to be arrested for Susan's murder. What's more the agents explicitly warned him he could himself wind up in trouble? If he attempted to help, Josh conceal evidence. Steve did not buy it. You telling me that you've got some information. That says that everything that you just said is that the Stephen kosher could not possibly anything. I don't know anything about Steve kosher, really. I can't I can't comment on that looked. They urged Steve to apply pressure to get Josh to work with the police. Make sure that. You know, if you if you really believe that that that that your initial feelings were wrong in draws truly isn't involved. Totally then you need to get him clear. And that means his cooperation in this matter is listed turn. It can be there that fun. There's so many unanswered questions such would appears to be highly suspicious behavior from Josh, okay? And way of the police even I can't answer that I don't know what. I Steve wondered how much of the information in the hands of police had come from his estranged daughter. Jennifer, the daughter who a month prior had visited the Powell family home and confronted Josh. While secretly wearing a wire this information coming from my daughter, Jenny, please, please, please the aware this is filled with his not. Okay. Well, because she had made some comments in to me that I saw Josh doing this. There may be some information that comes from her. I don't know. I don't know anything about that. You're just have just have some. Yes, some facts and some and some evidence that that I have been made aware of and I wasn't there to collected or and getting I've been aware of and and it does not does not look good for Josh. That's that's what I'm saying. Let me step in here for a moment and provide some perspective. I have obviously interviewed Jennifer, I've read her book a light in dark places..

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"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

Cold

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

"And. Great now, we will no longer looking at your fingers. We will look at you. So Josh and Susan entered their period of newlywed bliss. Josh believed it would last forever because most people don't have our friendship. We talk like most people don't talk in their marriage, even some people with incredible awesome. Marriages. They don't talk like we talk. We talk about everything. Josh's sister, Jennifer so differently. She noticed Susan tolerating her new husband's idiosyncrasies. I think there's you know, there's a little bit of a. You know, there's honeymoon phase where you're just you're willing to put up with a little bit more. Because you think well, you know, it'll go away. Right. It'll go away. Hopefully. But it doesn't Susan at all but moved into Josh's apartment before the wedding. But made the move official after they were wed. They were victims eight months later after getting into a dispute with the landlord Susan wrote about it in her journal. We did not trust renting and are paying off Josh's debts while he waits to take his last quarter in school for his bachelors in business management and get a job, and I credit to clean up. So we can get a loan for a house. I wanna has to call mine and come home to so I can prepare meals for Josh and clean decorate. They were in no financial position to buy a house. So Josh did what he often did when his life went wrong. He turned to his dad for help. Josh and Susan moved in with Steve Powell at the start of two thousand and two. The Powell family home didn't have enough bedrooms for Steve the other Powell boys. John and Michael as well as Josh and Susan they all coped as best. They could sectioning off a piece of the living room by hanging sheets as dividers. Life. There was not comfortable, Josh and Susan had very little privacy. Steve, John and Michael came and went at all hours making it difficult to get any sleep. Steve was ever present with his video camera. Susan was his favorite subject. Any women around here? So. It. So you get. Treat. Susan tolerated. Steve's filming she was usually friendly about it. Even if a little annoyed, but watching those videos now, she comes across as terribly naive. As a cosmetologist. She was pretty proud about how well she could wax one time. She showed Steve how smooth her legs were after waxing not understanding he perceived this as a tease. He..

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"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

Cold

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Cold

"I didn't that is Katharine. Her story is absolutely wild. You'll hear it in one in this podcast. We're going to go through the case together, we will hear Susan in her own words, describe her crumbling everything works out, and we're all happy. Live happily ever after much as possible, we will peer into the deaths of abandoned mines as we follow searchers into the dusty wastes of the Utah desert. It was never out in the public everywhere that we look and how soon after she disappeared that we spent time looking we'll scour the hard drives police seized with search warrants items recruited, they were never going into. We'll hear Steve Powell describe a disturbing obsession with his own daughter-in-law and how she reacted to. Held. Mystic. She's not either. I we'll glimpsed the horrors police found in Steve's home as they closed in on. Josh. We know Josh got it from. His that is one messed up, dude. This is all pretty heavy. But amid all of that terrible darkness. We will also see how people tied to the case have used their experiences to create light the only viable reason for doing it for now on is to let people know about the dangerous is it were there. There have been people that have contacted us and said because of her story I recognize the signs and got out before I ended up like her, and like her you may feel very very very trout. He made like there's another way in might be a very scary situation. But people aren't willing to help in. There are ways to get out safely camp. Anybody with anything any portion of the story is worth to me to say something we have a lot to cover. I hope he will. Subscribe take this journey with me. And if you find the experience valuable share it with your friends, so that others commend from what happened to. Susan powell. This is cold..

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"steve powell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"steve powell" Discussed on X96

X96

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on X96

"Powell the mother who went missing from west valley city in two. Thousand nine she is never, been found but is. Presumed dead Mr Powell has, died according to the. Pierce county sheriff's office in Washington confirmed in a tweet that Powell had. Died early Sunday morning in, a hospital in Tacoma Was about sixty eight they say he was the father of Susan husband Josh Josh who probably did away with his, wife And then killed himself at his two, young, sons by setting his house on fire So so so Steve Powell Steve bell no always gone so he doesn't know nothing then because he's dead and you know who else probably knew something about it Michael, Powell Josh's brother who died as. A result of his own suicide of his so so all how and, authorities believe? That, Michael Powell was involved somehow, as well. And and now, they're all? Gone, so any. Hope of finding out what might have really happened to Susan Susan Cox owl I pretty much gone now Now Steve Powell's daughter Has made some comments it's more of an emotion of not, sad that he's gone but sad that he lives such a poor, life said. His, daughter Jennifer graves Graves always believed that her brother Josh killed his wife and then dumped her body somewhere Josh killed himself in. Their two young boys in two thousand twelve there's no question, that Josh was involved with Susan's death and disappearance said his sister, MS graves Graves has been estranged from her father for. Many years the last time she sat down with him was in. Twenty ten when she and her husband tried to get a confession from him and from Josh That did not end well we were kicked out of the house he said with a lot of strong language All right Please He was fighting us, issue.

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"steve powell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Sprinkle, me Welcome back Keeps on shimmy. Shangen alone Sweet At the. Break Steve Powell, said I had that album to Sesame Street fever and it had Grover dressed up late Saturday Night, Fever you got bird Ernie and cookie monster in the background too strong real strong good stuff from at play, ball seventy. Nine and then my mom sent me during the break Sesame Street, fever and she, said I don't wanna hear about the awful things you've done in our Rubber Ducky joy of joys Please you. You make, noise love it Very friend. It's true man makes me so happy it, just reminds, me of, a simpler time. You know I mean think about it that's a beautiful thing right there in anytime Grover can, graced the cover in a Saturday. Night Fever fit like I'm with that and then you've got the cookie monster to. Do people sleep on the cookie. Monster I feel like, they do man I feel. Like cookie monster doesn't get enough. Respect it's all about. Like tickle me Elmo isn't. Tickle, me Elmo Sesame Street guy too yeah see everybody wanted to. All the girls wanted to tickle me Elmo was. Like everybody forgot about the cookie monster I'll tell you what like after like two AM with a. Little bit of the Bill of, shrub I turned, into the, cookie monster like it's insane I will polish off like a box of it's the the what is it reasonable. Whether reese's but they're like what's, the fricking brand I can see him like Nestle like Nestle chocolate, chip but like? They're, like racist, flavor oh they're, so good chips ahoy Has us. The The. Truth all right coming up on, the other side keep it right here because I am going to make. You? Some, money why well. We're going to we're going to give you some win totals for NFL teams coming, up this year and because I have such a, keen football intellect I have more knowledge than the. Common person would so therefore I'm going to be able to give you a higher level of insight and not only will I give you win totals. For these teams I will. Justify my selection you want to keep it right here and I will, promise my mom I will not talk about anymore sexual exploits..

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"steve powell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Position elective robbie than they did maybe five ten fifteen years ago not only that but the analytics guys have basically thrown all their eggs they've pushed all their chips in the baker mayfield basket they've basically said he is what the modern day nfl quarterback should be everywhere across the board i heard an interview this afternoon with steve powell from pro football focus he was on with and he was talking about how baker mayfield was viewed so highly by the analytics community so again it's going to be analytics against the school guys and john dorsey i thought was an old school football guy but you know what you gotta get with the times it's like baseball it's like the nba shooting threes if you're not gonna get with the times game we'll pass you by let's head to brooklyn rich joins us rich you're on the fan jj what's going on guy with the podcast said a lot of what i wanted to say but one thing i want to say is i i'm looking forward to meeting you tomorrow up in stanford go yes i will be up there and it is a quick turnaround for me reg sell i'll apologize in advance if i got like the bags under my eyes coffee listen i gotta be up at ten o'clock quick from a story right over the bar at home depot and yes you will see that rich and i'm looking forward to it going to be bringing pizza from the place of america i told you about my man who's better than you you just heard the guy on from brooklyn where i'm i'm working right now i'm working in brooklyn but you were talking about ellen over there mooney gordon but onto baseball just a just a couple of things eighty the team is definitely reminded me of the two thousand nineteen when they want they can't they just kept coming back it didn't matter what was going on they just came back as you were saying everything you say i that's why i love you so much because everything you say is what i think the bottom of the order no point of this order it's just great anyway i look forward to seeing you tomorrow jj have a great night appreciate the call and i'm looking forward to that pizza when i'm doing the appearance out at the home depot.

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"steve powell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"steve powell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That we will be on from one to three beginning on tuesday that will be the show is going to be like a furious sprint right we go spit hot fired you call with their bs you'll get checked what he said so so that will begin on tuesday and michael be back beginning on tuesday as well but we've got plenty to get to how does he get a long weekend man i think he had some other commitments seven three three seven sixty six sixty six lunches let's get through the day shall we we got a lot to discuss when it comes to the nfl draft last night and want your calls early we're going to talk to pat shurmur we're going to talk to peter king and we should maybe check in with sam darnold wavy tvd also are sky steve powell solo from pro football focus and the reason why wherever in pro football focus on is that they are the one entity and outlet that had baker mayfield as their highest rated quarterback we were shocked last night we're at hooters and thanks to everyone who came out to hooters that was actually really fun time so thank you and we'll get more about that later but they had baker mayfield number one all the analysts say that baker mayfield actually projects to be the best quarterback of this class and i'll tell you what pro football focus where chris collins worth has a stake in pro football focus they like have staked their reputation on this they have gone out on the limb this is the first time i remember them in their small history but very distinguished history so far going this far away from sort of what the pack had all thought well in this case analytics can kiss my fat as i don't know i think he might be kissing fan olympics fat ass after a while because it's a lot of factors that go in to see if a if a guy's gonna project to become an and and become a great player is not just you know what he is in college just being able to be developed this what you do after you know the film study all those things we'll see i'll tell you what i like the way that rosa responded like making that checklists talking about okay i don't i'm not concerned about the other positions that went before me.

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