Man accused in copper thefts could fa...

Man accused in copper thefts could face a 15-year sentence

There are 2 comments on the LancasterEagleGazette story from May 3, 2012, titled Man accused in copper thefts could face a 15-year sentence. In it, LancasterEagleGazette reports that:

Thomas Elwing, left, talks Wednesday to his client, Timothy Harrington, in Judge Chris A. Martin's courtroom in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court.

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Toledo, OH

#1 May 3, 2012
Come on Chris do the rigjt thing and sentence this jackass to the max on each count.
hey now

Powell, OH

#2 May 3, 2012
I keep waiting for obama to incite riots in order to gain support for his black youth employment initiative that trains unemployed black youth in the fine art of copper theft . White skeevos should not be able to take unfair advantage of society's racist structure and leave the poor urban youth at the bottom of society's ladder to fight and scramble over the spent shell casings littering the back streets of the ghetto.

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