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Local court very busy with pleas

October 16, 2013

A woman accused of stealing from her grandfather was one of several defendants who pleaded guilty to felony charges Tuesday in Washington County Common Pleas Court....

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Help4Addicts

Oct-16-13 9:48 AM

The times does of course realize that they printed that Abby Roach is a C.I.? Kind of putting her in a little bit of a quandary!

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NasCarNut

Oct-16-13 10:17 AM

Tough, she chose her path...

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Caspiansynn

Oct-16-13 10:52 AM

NasCarNut, while you are correct that she chose to be a junkie she is no doubt being forced to be a CI.

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NasCarNut

Oct-16-13 11:16 AM

I don't agree, she can say No...they can't Make her be an informat, though she may get more time or probation..again, she has a choice to make...me, I'd do my time and stay the h*ll away from the drugs and move on with my life...

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ea333555

Oct-16-13 11:21 AM

Being a CI was her choice.....just as doing drugs was her choice. Now she has a tough battle ahead of her to break her addiction. Good luck.

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watchdog1

Oct-16-13 11:42 AM

How did Marietta accumulate so much scum?

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Caspiansynn

Oct-16-13 1:27 PM

I believe she is either unable or has great difficulty saying no, otherwise she would not be a junkie to begin with. She really dos not have a choice about being a CI either, the police tell her that she can either go to jail for a very long time or she can go back out on the street and continue to use her drugs while they pay and supply her, then add to that the horrendous effects and pull of addiction. That's the choice she was most likely offered and neither one will help her fix the underlying problem, her addiction.

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Wtfmate

Oct-16-13 3:16 PM

@caspiansynn your comment contradicts itself.. you always have the choice to be an informant for a lesser charge. though neither option is desirable, they are still choices! she also chose to be an addict. she has had so much support from friends and family and been in and out of rehab. it is her choice to feed into the addiction. its her choice to continue this behavior. therefore, she chose to be a CI. if you cant do handle the time, dont do the crime.

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Help4Addicts

Oct-16-13 5:58 PM

@caspian they supply the CI with money let them use drugs and they do get slightly less of a sentence until they are done using her. I agree that she chose the path to be a C.I. but normally they keep that info quiet. Hence the name Confidential informant.

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