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  • 11-12-2009 | 01:31 PM
  • karl_1052
  • Quote Homeslice
    ^ white isn't that noticeable in the city.

    Is that a business vehicle? Why don't you put some graphics on that bitch?
    graphics would scare the kids away.
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  • 11-12-2009 | 01:38 PM
  • Homeslice
  • Quote karl_1052
    graphics would scare the kids away.
    Well, I was always afraid of unmarked vans. Especially the ones with the single porthole-style window on the sides. We called them child molester specials.
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  • 11-12-2009 | 01:51 PM
  • the chi
  • Only a misdemeanor??!! Thats the true crime here.
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  • 11-12-2009 | 02:02 PM
  • HurricaneHeather
  • Quote karl_1052
    graphics would scare the kids away.
    He should put this on the side:


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  • 11-13-2009 | 11:26 AM
  • Particle Man
  • Quote z06boy
    ... was then run over by a 2000 BMW, which ran into a median in the parking lot before stopping, the report states. He was taken to WakeMed, where he died of his injuries.

    Nancy McCall Bashford, 82, of 6321 Johnsdale Road in Raleigh, was charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

    what the hell is THAT all about? how fast was she freakin' going???
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  • 11-13-2009 | 11:43 AM
  • sherri_chickie
  • Particle Man.. my guess is she stepped on the gas instead of the brakes.. she should lose her license too I should hope!
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  • 11-13-2009 | 11:48 AM
  • z06boy
  • Quote Particle Man
    what the hell is THAT all about? how fast was she freakin' going???
    I don't know. I couldn't believe it myself. It was here in NC but not in my town so it hasn't been in the local news and this is all I've seen on it.
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  • 11-13-2009 | 12:58 PM
  • psychochild28
  • Quote The Chi
    Only a misdemeanor??!! Thats the true crime here.

    Agreed that's BS.
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  • 11-13-2009 | 05:01 PM
  • psychochild28
  • http://www.wkrn.com/global/story.asp?s=11500926
    Woman gets 9 years for vehicular homicide

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. Ė A Nashville woman was sentenced to nine years in prison Friday for a crash in June 2008 that left a local Sunday school teacher dead.

    Kimberly Kelton, 41, faced a maximum nine-year sentence for the crash that killed 62-year-old Perry Hamm.

    Police said Kelton's Lexus struck Hamm's motorcycle on Nolensville Pike on the night of June 3, 2008.

    Hamm, who worked at the Concord Grandview Baptist Church, was thrown from the bike and run over by another vehicle.

    Kelton fled the scene and later crashed into a ditch.

    When police arrived on the scene, she told officers the man trying to help her get her car out of the ditch was driving.

    It was later learned that Kelton was drinking at her home and at Jonny's Sports Bar prior to the crash.

    Kelton took the stand Friday and apologized.

    Kelton's mom and Hammís wife and daughters also testified.
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