Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Asking For Help Finding Owners Of Class Ring Collection


Friday, May 28th 2021, 9:31 pm


The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding the owners of 11 commemorative rings that were discovered in the department’s evidence vault. 

The rings vary in size and origin as some are from Oklahoma City-area high schools while others are dedicated to military branches. 

“They’ve been in our possession for I don’t know how long,” OCSO Historian Sgt. Bradley Wynn said. “This is part of an annual effort to purge and cleanse out our evidence and lost and found.”

At 74 years old, an Air Force ring is the oldest in the collection with an inscribed date of 1947. 

Anyone who claims ownership will need to provide “enough evidence to reasonably identify ownership,” according to the Sheriff’s Office

“The sheriff’s office is all about keeping our community safe, and part of that is safekeeping of items that we find. We don’t want to just hold onto it in the closet and throw it away eventually because it’s junk, we want to try to return people’s property to them,” Wynn said. 

Below is a list of descriptions for each of the eleven rings. Claims of ownership can be submitted by sending an email to evidence@oklahomacounty.org or by calling 405-713-1946 

· Silver colored United States Air Force ring with large round blue colored stone; dated MCMXLVII (1947); artwork and engraving of Air Force imagery. No initials. 

· Gold colored Capitol Hill High School ring with rectangle magenta colored stone; dated 1951; engraved “JOSTEN 10K” and “JEH” 

· Silver colored, Heritage Middle School ring with round pink colored stone; dated 2009; engraved with initials “BLD” 

· Gold colored Reading High ring with large round clear colored stone; dated 1993; artwork features on one side a bear, a bird, and a fish with the word “WILDLIFE”, a red/yellow crest, and on the opposite side a cowboy with lasso and crest with what appears to be a “W”; engraved with “R JOHNS Sun Lite” and “Custom Made for RICK RISK MONTGOMERY MI” and “RICK” 

· Silver colored Northeast High School ring with small clear inset stone; dated 1973; artwork features Northeast High School Vikings imagery; engraved with “© HJ 1oK” and the name “Michael Johnson” 

· Silver colored Northwest Classen High School ring with large round light green colored stone; dated 1979; artwork featuring a football player and high school mascot; engraved with “© JOHN ROBERTS [unreadable brand]” and initials “DEE” 

· Silver colored United States Army ring with small round red hued stone; no date; artwork features U.S. Army crest on one side and banner on the opposite side; no engraving 

· Gold colored Del City High School ring with small round red hued stone with eagle against sunburst ghost image behind stone; dated 1977; artwork features an eagle and school compass on one side and high school crest on the opposite; engraved with “JOHN ROBERTS © JR 10K” and initials “CSS” 

· Silver colored Northeast High School ring with small oval red hued stone; dated 1987; artwork features a scales of justice and Viking; engraved with “BECKY” and “©JR” and initials “RAJ” 

· Silver colored Primaria ring with small purple colored oval stone; artwork features a torch and banner on both sides and three stars around the stone. No date or engraving. 

· Silver colored Primaria with squared top, no stone; artwork features torch and banner, a world globe on pedestal, and a scroll. No date or engraving.