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Woman charged in fatal wreck

March 14, 2014

BELINGTON — A Pennsylvania woman was arrested Thursday in connection with a Barbour County wreck that killed a man and an infant in October. Janel M. Sturm, 28, from Baden, Pa....

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Mar-16-14 9:18 AM

Like Major, I do support the local constabulary.

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Mar-15-14 4:08 PM

Maj: "Oh Im sorry, DIrt was trying his hand at humour. Sorry, carry on.


Humor with an extra "u." What part of WV be you from?


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Mar-14-14 8:20 PM

I wish they would bring back the death penalty in this state!!

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Mar-14-14 7:45 PM

I remember hearing about this accident when it happened. I thought to myself she was probably speeding or talking on her phone or something, but I gave her the benefit of a doubt. Now I see this and hope she spends a long time in jail. The police need to crack down on these people that are speeding and driving aggressively. Chances are they're up to no good. Pull em over and see what they're up to and why they're in such a hurry. I drive all over the state and I see it every day. I can drive 5 miles over the speed limit and almost every car will pass doing 10 to 20 miles over. I have been sending emails to the state police long before this happened. I've called the police to report wreck less drivers and have sent emails and still I can go a week or more without seeing a trooper on our interstates. They're to busy in court or whatever else. Just today a line of cars passed me and right behind them a state trooper passed me following all of these other drivers that were speeding

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Mar-14-14 5:02 PM

Can people in jail receive mail?

I think it's the hair.

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Mar-14-14 12:32 PM

She doesn't appear to be a that remorseful ...

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Mar-14-14 12:29 PM

You mean drugs like alcohol? Very few citizens want to decriminalize ALL drugs. But MJ is no worse that booze. In fact, it's not as bad. It has definite medicinal applications and unlike alcohol or nicotine, it's not physically addictive. I suppose you don't have a problem with all the harmful and addictive chemicals that Big Pharm is pushing?

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Mar-14-14 10:06 AM

Could this be their new poster child for drug abuse? I'd be willing to bet she was higher than Pike's Peak? Is this another good argument for legalizing drugs?

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