Former Hickory officer's daughter fou...

Former Hickory officer's daughter found dead

There are 18 comments on the Hickory Daily Record story from Sep 19, 2010, titled Former Hickory officer's daughter found dead. In it, Hickory Daily Record reports that:

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police found the body of Valerie Hamilton in a storage unit in east Charlotte around 12:30 a.m. Sunday.

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ReallySadden

Lexington, NC

#1 Sep 19, 2010
My prayer and condolences to this family. I pray they find comfort in JESUS and know that justice will be served.
James

Gaffney, SC

#2 Sep 20, 2010
Amen. What a horrible thing to happen to this very giving family. They were not only robbed of the peace in knowing their daughter did not suffer, or her being taken from them... but the dream of what kind of woman she would grow to be... the joy of seeing her marry... and the grandchildren they may have had.

I HATE the part of our justice system that lets criminals like him off, just so they can do it again... it seems SO unjust to put citizens at risk and not have these predators incarcerated or at least institutionalized!!!

“Vote Republican”

Since: Aug 08

Wyandanch, NY

#3 Sep 20, 2010
What a sad and terrible loss. I hope this guy gets raped many times before he is put to death.
this just in

Rocky Mount, NC

#5 Sep 22, 2010
Perhaps we should allow the justice system to thoroughly investigate this case. Obviously, this low-life should have already been in prison for other offenses, but the evidence in this case may turn out to be completely contrary to what the public believes.

It appears Ms. Hamilton took drugs, for how long or why type of drugs is unknown at this time. It appears the man she was with was a know heroin user - perhaps her drug of choice, too? Autopsy results will reveal any and all drugs in her system.
jewl

Lebanon, VA

#7 Sep 25, 2010
I Hate Syracuse wrote:
What a sad and terrible loss. I hope this guy gets raped many times before he is put to death.
Speak out your AZZ some more!!

He did not do it sheeple, LOL, speak out!!

Blame anyone before you know the facts, stupid AZZ!!!

“Vote Republican”

Since: Aug 08

Wyandanch, NY

#8 Sep 25, 2010
jewl wrote:
<quoted text>
Speak out your AZZ some more!!
He did not do it sheeple, LOL, speak out!!
Blame anyone before you know the facts, stupid AZZ!!!
Name-calling? A reflection of your intelligence...

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#9 Sep 26, 2010
this just in wrote:
Perhaps we should allow the justice system to thoroughly investigate this case. Obviously, this low-life should have already been in prison for other offenses, but the evidence in this case may turn out to be completely contrary to what the public believes.
It appears Ms. Hamilton took drugs, for how long or why type of drugs is unknown at this time. It appears the man she was with was a know heroin user - perhaps her drug of choice, too? Autopsy results will reveal any and all drugs in her system.
I agree totally...evidence gathered isn't really supporting a murder 1 conviction. And ReallySaddened....wouldn't it be great if Jesus showed up to prevent this kind of tragedy?
just saying

Princeton, NC

#10 Sep 27, 2010
has anyone noticed the HDR has disabled the replies on this article? check it out. i dont know this girl, or her family. and im NOT judging. but my opinion is someone is wanting to keep this story quiet.perhaps the girl was (had been) doing things that werent something the family wants to be publicized. and i said PERHAPS. not that she was or was not. it seems someone is embarrassed. perhaps she did over dose and the man she was with is innocent. innocent until proven guilty- right? if he is guilty of doing something to her he should get what is coming to him. but i smell a cover up.this would surely embarrass the family with her Dad being a well known cop.
just saying

Charlotte, NC

#11 Sep 28, 2010
just saying wrote:
has anyone noticed the HDR has disabled the replies on this article? check it out. i dont know this girl, or her family. and im NOT judging. but my opinion is someone is wanting to keep this story quiet.perhaps the girl was (had been) doing things that werent something the family wants to be publicized. and i said PERHAPS. not that she was or was not. it seems someone is embarrassed. perhaps she did over dose and the man she was with is innocent. innocent until proven guilty- right? if he is guilty of doing something to her he should get what is coming to him. but i smell a cover up.this would surely embarrass the family with her Dad being a well known cop.
There are cover ups in many cases. It is just the norm.
xJx

Charlotte, NC

#12 Sep 28, 2010
I feel sorry for the girl's family, but at the same time I kind of feel like she knew the possible consequences related to the path she was obviously taking. Drugs can definitely lead to a person's death.

It seems like her father didn't have any idea she was using drugs, because he stated in one interview that she was a "perfect" girl. Or maybe he just didn't want it known that his daughter was a druggie, being that he's in law enforcement. But who knows; this is all just speculation. The truth may not ever be fully known.
just saying

Princeton, NC

#13 Sep 29, 2010
xJx you are right. the truth may never be known and it really doesnt matter i guess to anyone but her family. but either her father didnt know she was a druggie (IF she was- and i say IF) or else hes like most every other father- to him she was perfect no matter what she did. or, he is trying to cover it up to save embarrassment to him and the family.IF she was a druggie and if she was running around with that guy, she knew what the consequences could be. she wasnt a child. but an adult that knew right from wrong. its none of my business,but what gets me is if it was a common person like me, the real truth would be plastered all over the place. which it should be. IF its the truth. the truth is the truth no matter who you are. but it seems the well known can some how shield their families from the embarrassment and thats not right. their mistakes are no different from anyone else's.
this just in

Rocky Mount, NC

#14 Sep 29, 2010
Agreed "just saying". If it turns out she was a heroin user, that would most likely indicate longer term drug use. It's rare that someone tries heroin out of the blue. Other gateway drugs usually lead to the harder drugs. Heroin is about as hardcore as it gets.
Stric9

Fort Mill, SC

#15 Sep 29, 2010
When I was her age I was bullet proof (looking back I realize that I was not only incredibily stupid but extremely LUCKY). My only prayer is that my daughters will be wiser than I was during my youth or at the very least, bullet proof.

My sincerest condolences to this man and his family for the loss of their loved one.
xJx

Charlotte, NC

#16 Sep 30, 2010
just saying wrote:
xJx you are right. the truth may never be known and it really doesnt matter i guess to anyone but her family. but either her father didnt know she was a druggie (IF she was- and i say IF) or else hes like most every other father- to him she was perfect no matter what she did. or, he is trying to cover it up to save embarrassment to him and the family.IF she was a druggie and if she was running around with that guy, she knew what the consequences could be. she wasnt a child. but an adult that knew right from wrong. its none of my business,but what gets me is if it was a common person like me, the real truth would be plastered all over the place. which it should be. IF its the truth. the truth is the truth no matter who you are. but it seems the well known can some how shield their families from the embarrassment and thats not right. their mistakes are no different from anyone else's.
I completely agree. I doubt we'll ever know the full truth. But you're right; you can bet that if this was a normal lesser-known person we'd hear every ounce of dirt that could be dug up on that person! Sad that people feel the need to censor things, just because of a family member's status etc. I think that if she indeed was a druggie, then the truth should be known. There's always a small chance that hearing that story might stop someone else from making the same mistake.
just saying

Princeton, NC

#17 Sep 30, 2010
XjX once again you are 100% correct. money and "status" gives people rights that ordinary people like us do not have and its not right. these type people judge and look down on ordinary or poor people when they do things like this, and call them such names as trash and such. but when THEIR family or friends do it its a "mistake". wrong is wrong- period. no matter who it is. if the truth comes out on me and you- and it would and should- then it should come out on them too.
nice

Tampa, FL

#18 Sep 30, 2010
nice testing proxy
nice

Tampa, FL

#19 Sep 30, 2010
nice nice from florida
mama jane

Princeton, NC

#20 Oct 5, 2010
nice just what is your point here? if you wish to contribute to this discussion, perhaps you may want to try using complete sentences. most of us dont understand jibberish.

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