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Thompson sentenced in pain pill case

May 1, 2013

MARIETTA — A Marietta woman who picked up and then kept her grandmother’s prescription pain pills will not be serving an intermittent jail sentence as she requested. Vickie M....

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DisturbedAgain

May-01-13 9:00 AM

That will teach her. NOT!

20 times through the court system and another slap on the wrist.

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brianda

May-01-13 10:18 AM

Why if she has been in prison and out (20 times is the system) does she still have her kids and she should lose her public assistance and her disability.. I'm tired of paying for the drugie deadbeat unfit parents.. If I have to pay for the care of her children I would rather it be going to someone else instead of her and others like her...

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brianda

May-01-13 10:19 AM

PS ... I am not against disability or public assistance if and when it is needed..

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mamabear71

May-01-13 10:26 AM

Maybe she wouldn't have so much time to misbehave if she had to get off her posterior and go to work each day. The need to pay for food and electricity certainly motivates me to get up and go to work every day. Quit giving people disability who are not truly disabled. This system creates "emotional cripples" who have no concept of how to solve problems or care for themselves.

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BakerKat

May-01-13 6:37 PM

Totally agree Brianda and Mama. Lady that used to live across the street from me got disability - because she was a DRUNK! I called her crazy money. Try explaining to your kid that he has to play a clarinet because we couldn't afford a sax - but her kid had one - got the church she sent them to, but never attended, too busy popping pills and getting drunk to buy him one. Explain how we work they don't but he has a sax - tough lesson for a little child. Don't really understand it myself.

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