Cedartown: Woman charged with vehicul...

Cedartown: Woman charged with vehicular homicide in May 22 incident

There are 17 comments on the Catoosa County News story from Oct 19, 2011, titled Cedartown: Woman charged with vehicular homicide in May 22 incident. In it, Catoosa County News reports that:

A Cedartown woman involved in a fatal car crash May 22 is in the Polk County Jail on vehicular homicide and other traffic charges, according to jail records.

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whatever

Rockmart, GA

#1 Oct 20, 2011
I think its long over due. She has been driving drunk for many many years and it took her killing two people before the police did anything.
just a girl

United States

#2 Oct 21, 2011
whatever wrote:
I think its long over due. She has been driving drunk for many many years and it took her killing two people before the police did anything.

It because she was sleeping and sucking her way out of the tickets and charges just like her friend Callie ( the emt that got the DUI in paulding county ) whatever happened to her charges ?
Mercedes

Cedartown, GA

#3 Oct 22, 2011
just a girl wrote:
<quoted text>
It because she was sleeping and sucking her way out of the tickets and charges just like her friend Callie ( the emt that got the DUI in paulding county ) whatever happened to her charges ?
I was thinking about that the other day...Did they get charged? What about their job? Wasn't their other EMT'S involved.
just a girl

United States

#4 Oct 22, 2011
Mercedes wrote:
<quoted text>I was thinking about that the other day...Did they get charged? What about their job? Wasn't their other EMT'S involved.
She's still working at rockmart ems station. Saw her truck there last week. The one your talking about with the other emt being involved is the wreck that happened on Morgan valley rd with John Ross. They were all drinking in that wreck as well.
fruitsalad

Rockmart, GA

#5 Feb 6, 2012
Was she sentenced?
Southernpolk

Cumming, GA

#6 Feb 15, 2012
I don't know about the emt but I can tell you about the one in the article. She stays up for days at a time partying so evn if she wasn't drunk she was a hazard to everyone on the road. She has a son that she has had such a negative influence on that he has spent most of his juvenile life in ydc and yet she shows little remorse. She still parties all the time. If they don't put this girl in jail then something needs to be done with this judicial system here. This isn't her first DUI and in fact didn't have her license back from the previous DUI all that long. She has no regard for anyone's family either. If she did she would not be screwing around with people's husbands and wives.(yes she goes both ways)
mimi09

Rome, GA

#7 Feb 16, 2012
I sure am amazed how topics get twisted around by putting this kind of crap on here when we are talking about someones life thats been taken away by driving under what ever!!!!It doesnt matter who or what she has done in the past. I hope nothing bad ever happens to some on here thats doing the trashing because I guess they wil be the next ones people are talking trash about!
misticosombrero

Cedartown, GA

#8 Feb 16, 2012
when loss of life occurs this way (dwi), it's a tragedy...for those guilty and their families, and certainly the victims and thier families. lives are permanently altered; forever, and ever.

i am new to chatboards.........and one recurring, inevitable development on any subject it seems, is the immediate 'judgement' or character assasination' of someone in the post, or, the poster themselves.

it seems there is rarely a serious subject that generates intelligent debate and opinion without someone becoming self-rightous.

my response to this 'news story', the woman charged, her poor son and the others who died and their families?....is just that; a response...it is NOT a solution...i do NOT know what the solution is.

but, something must be done to remove habitual drunk/drugged drivers from the road.....and it needs to be more than suspending thier licenses and jail.....yes, those things for sure, but maybe mandatory re-hab for a minimum of one-year...not 30 days, not 60, not 90.....a year.

the financial burden for such a penalty will be horrendous(they cannot work for that year so i do not know how their children or families would survive).

it is a very complex, burdensome, complicated and serious issue (dwi)...and expensive. but our society needs to find a way to lessen the loss of life.

as for people bashing others on these sites? well, sometimes the best repsonse is no response.
BassLow

United States

#10 Mar 6, 2012
Yep she's a drunk, pill poppin, bed hoppin, shank HO! She is also a menace to Society, who needs to be stopped. She is responsible for the death of 2 Men! Their families are mouring, and she is still out partying, and living the good life with her Girlfriend. She prolly thinks that she will get away with it, because the guys were Hyspanic.
Stupid

United States

#11 Mar 16, 2012
This Trick is still working fior the state!
veryconcerned

Cedartown, GA

#12 Mar 18, 2012
Is she currently released on bond? Has there been a court date set or will this go to trial? It saddens me to know what the family is going through due to the loss of lives. I hope the outcome will provide some closure to each family. I believe "Everything happens for a reason" We may not know the reason now but God has a much bigger plan for us.
lolol

Phenix City, AL

#13 Mar 19, 2012
What would happen if pedro ran over one of us in Mexico?
right

Cedartown, GA

#14 Mar 28, 2012
Crickets?

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#15 Mar 31, 2012
misticosombrero wrote:
when loss of life occurs this way (dwi), it's a tragedy...for those guilty and their families, and certainly the victims and thier families. lives are permanently altered; forever, and ever.
i am new to chatboards.........and one recurring, inevitable development on any subject it seems, is the immediate 'judgement' or character assasination' of someone in the post, or, the poster themselves.
it seems there is rarely a serious subject that generates intelligent debate and opinion without someone becoming self-rightous.
my response to this 'news story', the woman charged, her poor son and the others who died and their families?....is just that; a response...it is NOT a solution...i do NOT know what the solution is.
but, something must be done to remove habitual drunk/drugged drivers from the road.....and it needs to be more than suspending thier licenses and jail.....yes, those things for sure, but maybe mandatory re-hab for a minimum of one-year...not 30 days, not 60, not 90.....a year.
the financial burden for such a penalty will be horrendous(they cannot work for that year so i do not know how their children or families would survive).
it is a very complex, burdensome, complicated and serious issue (dwi)...and expensive. but our society needs to find a way to lessen the loss of life.
as for people bashing others on these sites? well, sometimes the best repsonse is no response.
this is very well stated everyone should read this A++ to poster

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#16 Mar 31, 2012
misticosombrero wrote:
when loss of life occurs this way (dwi), it's a tragedy...for those guilty and their families, and certainly the victims and thier families. lives are permanently altered; forever, and ever.
i am new to chatboards.........and one recurring, inevitable development on any subject it seems, is the immediate 'judgement' or character assasination' of someone in the post, or, the poster themselves.
it seems there is rarely a serious subject that generates intelligent debate and opinion without someone becoming self-rightous.
my response to this 'news story', the woman charged, her poor son and the others who died and their families?....is just that; a response...it is NOT a solution...i do NOT know what the solution is.
but, something must be done to remove habitual drunk/drugged drivers from the road.....and it needs to be more than suspending thier licenses and jail.....yes, those things for sure, but maybe mandatory re-hab for a minimum of one-year...not 30 days, not 60, not 90.....a year.
the financial burden for such a penalty will be horrendous(they cannot work for that year so i do not know how their children or families would survive).
it is a very complex, burdensome, complicated and serious issue (dwi)...and expensive. but our society needs to find a way to lessen the loss of life.
as for people bashing others on these sites? well, sometimes the best repsonse is no response.
This is very well stated.A++ to the person that posted the above everyone should read this.
MommerNDem

Cedartown, GA

#17 Apr 1, 2012
She will get off with a slap on the Wrist
Curious

Rockmart, GA

#18 Jan 2, 2016
Is this the case involving Tia Carter??

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