Plea deal on the table in Wimbrow murder

Apr 12, 2007 Full story: Vancnews.com

A plea agreement is in the works in the case of Theresa Jones, 43, who is charged with murder in the March 2005 death of Norlina resident and popular traveling salesman Donald "Tickie" Wimbrow. via Vancnews.com

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Since: Mar 07

AOL

#1 Apr 13, 2007
I KNEW MR. WIMBROW ALL OF MY GROWING UP LIFE. THE TYPE OF GOOD MAN THAT HE WAS JUST NATURALLY CAME OUT OF HIM EVERYDAY IN HIS DEALINGS WITH PEOPLE IN GENERAL! HE DID NOT DESERVE THE TYPE OF DEATH THAT WAS IMPOSED UPON HIM!

I CAN ONLY HOPE AND PRAY THAT TRUE JUSTICE WILL TAKE PLACE IN WARREN COUNTY FOR HIM AND HIS FAMILY.

NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENT.
Catherine Macon

United States

#2 Jun 4, 2007
This plea bargin for Theresa Jones is certainly not true justice for the death of my grandfather, Donald S Wimbrow. And clearly the investigation was not sufficient as my family has many unanswered questions simply because nobody in law enforecement wants to ask them. Those involved in this matter who have not acted ethically will have to live with that.

But thank you North Carolina Resident for your kind and honest words about my grandfather - he was a good man who positively touched so many people's lives and that will always live on.

Since: Mar 07

AOL

#3 Jun 4, 2007
Catherine Macon wrote:
This plea bargin for Theresa Jones is certainly not true justice for the death of my grandfather, Donald S Wimbrow. And clearly the investigation was not sufficient as my family has many unanswered questions simply because nobody in law enforecement wants to ask them. Those involved in this matter who have not acted ethically will have to live with that.
But thank you North Carolina Resident for your kind and honest words about my grandfather - he was a good man who positively touched so many people's lives and that will always live on.
No thanks necessary!

I totally agree with everything you have said.

My Father and Mother lived in Norlina and a part of the family still does. We knew him well.

NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENT.
CT Resident

Hartford, CT

#4 Jul 23, 2008
I was best friends with Theresa's daughter growing up and the trauma her and her younger sisters were put through when their mother was in the household was tremendous. I'm not even sure her daughter knows the sentence her mother got and I'm kinda scared to even mention it to her. Theresa was a very very troubled person. I hope she can turn her life around.
Condolences to Mr. Wimbrow's family!

Since: Nov 09

United States

#5 Nov 7, 2009
CT Resident wrote:
I was best friends with Theresa's daughter growing up and the trauma her and her younger sisters were put through when their mother was in the household was tremendous. I'm not even sure her daughter knows the sentence her mother got and I'm kinda scared to even mention it to her. Theresa was a very very troubled person. I hope she can turn her life around.
Condolences to Mr. Wimbrow's family!
No one blames the children, but for the person that killed this good man thats a different story. Justice was not served in this situation!!

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