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Guilty plea in thefts from home where dead man was found

September 21, 2013

A Lowell man admitted Friday in Washington County Common Pleas Court to stealing items from a Marietta home that the owner had vacated after the death of her husband there. Dustin L....

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Sep-21-13 3:11 PM

Stupid criminals and a very stupid antique dealer. What ever happened to common sense? And yeh, living with a corpse for a month. Think she needed to bathe after that?

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Sep-21-13 1:20 PM

Antique dealers need to be a little more careful who they're buying from. They're supposed to ask for ID and document this stuff or suffer the consequences for receiving stolen property. What's happening to them?

Bet the guy wishes he had just taken the stolen items to Rinky ***** where stolen merchandise abounds.

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Sep-21-13 1:17 PM

I'm not sure which is more clothing choice challenged, the defendant or his attorney, lol. People's attention to their physical appearance in a courtroom sure has changed. Seems pretty disrespectful to me.

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Sep-21-13 12:48 PM

Mental issues maybe??...lets not judge b/c we just don't know ;)...

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Sep-21-13 12:25 PM

How can you live with a dead person for a month and not report it? And him being on the living room floor!

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Sep-21-13 8:35 AM

Pasco has not show up for any of his pre-sentence appointments, said Schneider.

Let me guess, he was released on a PR Bond after pleading guilty and cant be found now...

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