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Robbery Probe Leads To Body

Weirton police arrest man in connection with woman’s death

December 9, 2013

WEIRTON — What began as an armed robbery investigation Saturday led police to discover a woman’s body inside the suspect’s Weirton apartment. Ohio authorities arrested Leslee Craig Arnold J....

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littlefox

Dec-10-13 1:11 AM

wonderwhy, Dec-09-13 4:50 PM "and we finally have a pic of duwhop."

Why would you say that?

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rover1958

Dec-09-13 11:49 PM

@mikey 'weirton and steubenville mentioned.sister cities of murder.'

I would spell 'em 'Weirdton' and 'Stupenville'

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rover1958

Dec-09-13 11:23 PM

@wonder "..and we finally have a pic of duwhop..."

You nailed it! lol

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daWraith

Dec-09-13 7:19 PM

And we have the Stench of Blunderwhy . . .

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wonderwhy

Dec-09-13 4:50 PM

and we finally have a pic of duwhop.

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daWraith

Dec-09-13 9:01 AM

Uh, "bodies" don't store very well without refrigeration! The smell would be staggering after a few days. Was it frozen or rotting or rotted away???

But I agree with everybody else, this is the WORST friggen reporting I have seen in a while, raises more questions than it answers.

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Highland

Dec-09-13 8:29 AM

The news media should not call it a homicide until law enforcement publicly characterizes it as such. It has nothing to do with "sales purposes."

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mikeyd

Dec-09-13 8:26 AM

weirton and steubenville mentioned.sister cities of murder.

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Hefner

Dec-09-13 8:21 AM

@triton: interesting analysis. Isn't it telling that in today's culture it's nearly impossible to believe anything one reads or hears. And even if you see something, someone will try and tell you that what you saw really wasn't what you saw because there was a deeper meaning than what appeared.

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Triton

Dec-09-13 8:13 AM

I notice that no one says it is a homicide. This started with TV news and so you have wonder if this is an elderly person who expired and the news is using the incident as a teaser. Almost always police will report that it is a homicide but that word has not been used so far. Could it be that the local media is just under reporting it so we can speculate and they can pretend we have a murder? Modern media packages up the news and sells it to us with accuracy a distant consideration. Be interesting to see if we are being had a little bit on this for sales purposes. No doubt though that this guy seems to be a creep. Maybe he was waiting for the social security check to hit next week before reporting that someone died. Surely there will be more information today.

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rover1958

Dec-09-13 7:48 AM

I looked at his picture.

Guilty!

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