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Shoplifter who had young daughter help is sentenced

June 27, 2013

A Parkersburg woman dabbed away tears Wednesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court as she was sentenced to six months in jail for a shoplifting scheme that involved two young girls....

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Jun-27-13 2:11 PM

so are the tears for getting busted and jail time. Or the fact she two teenagers got busted because of her bad influence. Kids are having enough peer pressure and growing-up problems and she sure did not help them any.

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Jun-27-13 1:02 PM

Maybe, if her children weren't flashing Apple I phones and wearing $100 jeans from Buckle and Coach tennis shoes, she could afford her medications. Priorities....if you can't afford those things legally, then live without them.

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Jun-27-13 11:59 AM

watchdog1 - you said that right.

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Jun-27-13 11:41 AM

People like her should not be permitted to breed. I hope the child was removed from the home and receives some serious intervention!

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Jun-27-13 10:03 AM

I had a great childhood and I turned to drugs and crime. I am past that phase in my life and hopefully "Thinking for a change" will have the same positive impact on her life that it did on mine.

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Jun-27-13 9:52 AM

WOW..using your kids in a crim. Now they can blame their problems on their childhood.

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Jun-27-13 9:32 AM

HPuck: you remain the standard of brutal- not that at times it isn't warranted.

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Jun-27-13 7:40 AM

Blah, blah, blah. This is the problem of people in society today - no one wants to be accountable for their actions. One excuse after another. I know alot of people who have had a "rough" childhood and they are not criminals. It's called the blame game - it's always someone else's fault.

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Jun-27-13 6:50 AM

Cry, baby, cry. I suppose your economic situation is somewhat worse now.

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