Police call fatality 'suspicious'

Police call fatality 'suspicious'

There are 49 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Dec 17, 2008, titled Police call fatality 'suspicious'. In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

Mike McWilliams * [email protected] * published December 18, 2008 12:15 am FLAT ROCK Investigators are probing an apparent 'unnatural and suspicious' death after a woman was found dead early ...

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Anderson

Leicester, NC

#45 Jan 7, 2009
Linda Casey wrote:
again I would like to talk to you about when and why she was in jail in NJ
I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful daughter. To see the photo of her with her child just made my heart sink. I can only imagine the anguish you and your family are experiencing by having her death remain such a mystery. I think it's very cowardly and meanspirited for someone to make up crazy accusations about your loved one, leaving you desparate and wondering. May God give you the strength to survive and persevere during this stressful time.
General Lee

Denver, CO

#46 Jan 8, 2009
Linda Casey wrote:
again I would like to talk to you about when and why she was in jail in NJ
It's the internet.. this clown is likely toying with you. If you want the truth about anything with your case, then hire a good private investigator. Local cops can't tell you nothing, and the good'ole boy system is still alive and well. Look for an investigator with local police experience. If drugs were indeed involved, the cops will look the other way (just an opinion here), or if she had shady friends. Stay away from lawyers here, as they will hurt more than they can help. Again, hire a good PI, and good luck. Thanks
Linda Casey

Bettendorf, IA

#47 Jan 8, 2009
it is sad that anyone is that would be this cruel isn't it.
Linda Casey

Bettendorf, IA

#48 Jan 9, 2009
Charity Worley was the most awesome mother who ever bore a child.
She was the most loyal friend who ever cared for another human being.
She was the sister who built you up when you were down.
She was the daughter who ran to the hospital and decorated the room
to make it homey when you were going thru hell. This was the true Charity Worley.
She loved the Lord. She loved her church family. She was the person who sent sweet cards
to people who were down.
Please get out, canvas the neighborhood and ask people who knew her, really her, she had a heart of gold and the smile of an angel. Please don't let her the real CHARITY get lost in this.

Since: Feb 07

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#49 Jan 9, 2009
Linda, don't worry about what others say even though it is hard to ignore them. You will get the answers you are looking for but it won't be any easier dealing with your loss. Time will make it better but healing comes after this life. I wish you and your family peace during this.
Linda Casey

Bettendorf, IA

#50 Jan 9, 2009
or preparing for Christmas!!
Alicia wrote:
Also the fact that She pawned her wedding ring and other belongings show that she was on drugs!!
Linda Casey

Bettendorf, IA

#51 Jan 9, 2009
Thanks, I am trying it is hard when she isn't here to defend herself, and I know what a loving good mother and person she was!!
fastsam wrote:
Linda, don't worry about what others say even though it is hard to ignore them. You will get the answers you are looking for but it won't be any easier dealing with your loss. Time will make it better but healing comes after this life. I wish you and your family peace during this.
Dig Deeper Into The Past

United States

#52 Feb 8, 2009
When trying to solve such a horrific unsolved crime, it's necessary to look at anything and everything that could potentially lead to a break in this case. I applaud Linda for taking a proactive approach to finding the coward who committed this crime. Best of luck and keep on digging...the more you dig, the closer you're going to get. And remember that ALL information could be relevant, no matter how painful or hurtful it might be. In all that I've read, Charity seemed like a good person today, but it appears the key to this crime lies in a deeper past that very few know about.
Betsy Olmeda

Southport, NC

#53 Feb 12, 2009
Linda, and the rest of your family. Block out these people. I grew up knowing Charity and you knew her from birth. Knowing that everyone makes mistakes, I can admit that I know she wasn't perfect, but I can't even try to wrap my brain around her being the person that some of these sickos are trying to describe her as. I pray each and every day for answers and pray for your family and all of us who are suffering because of losing her. I still cry daily over this and have nightmares from it all. Know that those of us that KNEW Charity, know who she really was, and all others will have to answer to God in their own time.

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