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Leader of burglary ring sent to prison

March 14, 2013

The accused ringleader in a series of fall Marietta burglaries was sentenced Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to four years in prison....

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Mar-14-13 10:54 AM

Lester - try the footsteps of his mother, brothers and sister.

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Mar-14-13 10:53 AM

Prison will do nothing to change this guys behavior. He's a sociopath (look it up). The only thing prison does is get this guy out of our area for a short time. And at what cost. In some countries a burglar loses a hand. Maybe that is a more fitting punishment.

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Mar-14-13 9:46 AM

I bet he's out in less than 2 years...

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Mar-14-13 9:09 AM

Following right along in his daddy's footsteps! Wonder if he'll go to the same prison? Maybe house them together so they can get caught up while they're in the pokey.

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Mar-14-13 8:16 AM

4 years and possible early release??? Make him serve the sentences consecutively and set a tone or at least give him the 8.

I don't want to hear about how "this was his first adult offense" when he has a laundry list of juvenile offenses which shockingly included breaking and entering.

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Mar-14-13 7:40 AM

Prison is a waste of time and only makes better criminals.The Judge should make them do community service till their in there 50's.

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