Oops! Gaston woman claims she forgot ...

Oops! Gaston woman claims she forgot husband died when caught filling his prescription

There are 18 comments on the The Gaston Gazette story from May 6, 2010, titled Oops! Gaston woman claims she forgot husband died when caught filling his prescription. In it, The Gaston Gazette reports that:

A Mount Holly woman accused of trying to refill her dead husband's prescription told police she forgot her husband had died when she called the pharmacy, according to an arrest warrant.

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MrLogic

Charlotte, NC

#1 May 6, 2010
lol.

What an idiot. You cant forget that your spouse had died less than a week earlier. She must have been high as a kite when she came up with that one.
Cindy Lou

Kings Mountain, NC

#2 May 7, 2010
Dang she was more worried about getting his pills, than he being deceased. That's sad. What a cold hearted woman.
Ginger

Charlotte, NC

#3 May 7, 2010
This makes one wonder why he died? I bet he was not taking his pills, she was.
MrLogic

Charlotte, NC

#4 May 7, 2010
Ginger wrote:
This makes one wonder why he died? I bet he was not taking his pills, she was.
OR he might have died because he was taking too many of the pills.
Resident

United States

#5 May 7, 2010
MrLogic wrote:
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OR he might have died because he was taking too many of the pills.
Poor man,I guess he had enough,sad way to get rid or a stupied wife. The picture of her looked like she was several bricks short of a load!
Resident

United States

#6 May 7, 2010
MrLogic wrote:
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OR he might have died because he was taking too many of the pills.
God felt sorry for him---he couldn't figure out how to get rid of her,so God made it easy for him. MH is full of them---look arround town some times or watch what goes into the convenions stores.
MrLogic

Charlotte, NC

#7 May 7, 2010
Resident wrote:
<quoted text> God felt sorry for him---he couldn't figure out how to get rid of her,so God made it easy for him. MH is full of them---look arround town some times or watch what goes into the convenions stores.
Stanley is chocked full of them also. You see them walking up and down main street like zombies. Sometimes groups of them.
MrLogic

Charlotte, NC

#8 May 7, 2010
Resident wrote:
<quoted text> Poor man,I guess he had enough,sad way to get rid or a stupied wife. The picture of her looked like she was several bricks short of a load!
Yeah she did look like one of those people...you know the ones where you look in their eye and can see their hamster done fell of it's wheel.

Her cheese has definitely slid off her cracker.
Resident

United States

#9 May 7, 2010
MrLogic wrote:
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Stanley is chocked full of them also. You see them walking up and down main street like zombies. Sometimes groups of them.
SCAREY!!!!!!
MHMS parent-from Denver

Charlotte, NC

#10 Oct 1, 2010
Resident wrote:
<quoted text> God felt sorry for him---he couldn't figure out how to get rid of her,so God made it easy for him. MH is full of them---look arround town some times or watch what goes into the convenions stores.
I am also from Denver and believe that yo can find crazies in each town. I bet if you look around you may find a couple in your town-maybe even your own family. I have a couple friends on the East Lincoln fire dept. and from what I hear our town is far from perfect. It's just not right to judge a whole town of people by what one lady does.

Since: Jul 10

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#11 Oct 1, 2010
MHMS parent-from Denver wrote:
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I am also from Denver and believe that yo can find crazies in each town. I bet if you look around you may find a couple in your town-maybe even your own family. I have a couple friends on the East Lincoln fire dept. and from what I hear our town is far from perfect. It's just not right to judge a whole town of people by what one lady does.
Actually, Mt. Holly City Council voted and determined that there are no crazies in Mt. Holly. And, if a crazy is spotted, an ordinance was adopted to put a car cover over the crazy.
Ralph Wilson

United States

#12 Oct 2, 2010
So does that mean in 2 weeks at their regular Council meeting if we see someone in the audience wearing a Car Cover that it will be you Mr.Collins?

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#13 Oct 2, 2010
Ralph Wilson wrote:
So does that mean in 2 weeks at their regular Council meeting if we see someone in the audience wearing a Car Cover that it will be you Mr.Collins?
Perhaps. You can see for yourself during the 60 minutes prior the next Council meeting. I am organizing a Keep Mt. Holly's Hopes Alive Rally in front of City Hall. Please come. The rally is being held to help all of Mt. Holly conform to our city leader's hopes and desires. We wish to plant junk cars on every street corner, have organized groups on each city block to petition City Council for up to $1 million in street and sidewalk enhancements, and, of course, we hope to raise $40 billion from city tax increases to have everyone in Mt. Holly have their grass cut by a subcontractor. After all, if it is good enough for Main Street, it has to be good enough for your street (copyright pending on that last sentence).

And, Council work, as evidenced by previous posts, is thankless and tiring. So, we are going to crusade to have Mt. Holly CRO provide meals for Council before, during, and after the Council meeting. We want Council to take care of itself. We don't need an emaciated Council (hard to type that last sentence). However, kids and senior citizens should be able to scrounge for themselves and maybe the tax increases will drive them from Mt. Holly and we won't have to worry about them anymore. Wow, problem solving is easy.

So, come see me and my car cover the night of the next city council meeting. I hope to have 1,000,000 people there. Yes, I know. That may seem impossible, but if we strategically position our car covers, we can convince the voters that all is good and that 1,000,000 actually showed up.

And please, don't miss the end of the rally where we'll ask council to give $1 billion to a random recreational area outside of Gaston County with no real reasons or payback. It'll be great fun for all. Don't forget to bring your wallet!

Sincerely,
Kelly
president

Forest City, NC

#14 Jan 28, 2011
pretty funny K.COLLINS is RDS doing the grass cuttin?
OOPs

Charlotte, NC

#15 Jan 29, 2011
MrLogic wrote:
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Stanley is chocked full of them also. You see them walking up and down main street like zombies. Sometimes groups of them.
just send them to your house with the pitbulls and guns. that should make for an interesting headline.
OOPs

Charlotte, NC

#16 Jan 29, 2011
K Collins wrote:
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Perhaps. You can see for yourself during the 60 minutes prior the next Council meeting. I am organizing a Keep Mt. Holly's Hopes Alive Rally in front of City Hall. Please come. The rally is being held to help all of Mt. Holly conform to our city leader's hopes and desires. We wish to plant junk cars on every street corner, have organized groups on each city block to petition City Council for up to $1 million in street and sidewalk enhancements, and, of course, we hope to raise $40 billion from city tax increases to have everyone in Mt. Holly have their grass cut by a subcontractor. After all, if it is good enough for Main Street, it has to be good enough for your street (copyright pending on that last sentence).
And, Council work, as evidenced by previous posts, is thankless and tiring. So, we are going to crusade to have Mt. Holly CRO provide meals for Council before, during, and after the Council meeting. We want Council to take care of itself. We don't need an emaciated Council (hard to type that last sentence). However, kids and senior citizens should be able to scrounge for themselves and maybe the tax increases will drive them from Mt. Holly and we won't have to worry about them anymore. Wow, problem solving is easy.
So, come see me and my car cover the night of the next city council meeting. I hope to have 1,000,000 people there. Yes, I know. That may seem impossible, but if we strategically position our car covers, we can convince the voters that all is good and that 1,000,000 actually showed up.
And please, don't miss the end of the rally where we'll ask council to give $1 billion to a random recreational area outside of Gaston County with no real reasons or payback. It'll be great fun for all. Don't forget to bring your wallet!
Sincerely,
Kelly
Is the mayor the grand marshall of the event? I will come if he is.
OOPs

Charlotte, NC

#17 Jan 29, 2011
Mr. Logic can bring the guns and pitbulls for council to play with during the meeting.
OOPs

Charlotte, NC

#18 Jan 29, 2011
at least the guns can be unloaded

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