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May 26, 2014

Notarizing Female Accessory to Murder!

Notarizing Female Accessory to Murder!

This story was told to me by a North Carolina Notary Public

A North Carolina Notary Public was called in to do yet another jail notarization. But, this one was different. The lady who had been locked up had not committed a crime, other than failing to report a crime that she knew about! But, the punishment was severe! She was locked up for months and with no visitation rights!

It all started out months before. A 20 year old guy was dating a 30 year old girl. The girl dumped him and started dating a 32 year old guy. The 20 year old guy was upset when he saw them together in a pick up truck. He jumped in the bed of the truck and the older guy threw him off of the truck. The 20 year old guy died. But, there’s more!

The father of the younger boy who died got taunted by the other locals. A few mockingly said, “Sorry about your kid.” The taunting and mocking kept on happening and the father was getting steamed. One night he got really drunk and had his sister (This is the father and the father’s sister — just to keep the characters straight). They went to a local store to buy supplies. But, at the store, the father saw the 32 year old who had killed his son. The father shot that 32 year old dead on sight! (sorry for the bad grammar) The father went back into the car. Later he told his sister what had happened. The sister went to the police 48 hours later and was locked up for not reporting it earlier. She was an accessory to murder.

Anyway, to make a long story short, the sister and father were getting a loan notarized with a North Carolina Notary Public so that they could afford legal expenses. Personally, I have never heard of any story like this before. It sounds more like something you would see on television or in a movie — but, this one is actually true, and took place in Transylvania County, North Carolina of all places!

Tweets:
(1) A lady is locked up for not reporting the murder her dad committed.
(2) They had to sell their house to afford the legal expenses for a revenge killing

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1 Comment »

  1. Wow, that’s crazy but I’m sure it does happen. Whenever I do jail notaries, I always ask the inmate or their family to refrain from telling me why that person is in jail. I want to make sure that I’m always impartial. I don’t want to look at the inmates and be thinking of the crime the are there for.

    Comment by Christina — June 24, 2015 @ 7:35 am

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