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California man charged in Sheridan murder

Apr 19, 2012 | 9 Comments


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08:25 pm - Fri, April 20 2012
nweeks said:
Im curious as to why this man was at the property?
08:32 am - Sat, April 21 2012
sbagwell said:
Hired through Craigslist to serve as a live-in handyman. Was occupying one of the out-buildings while doing odd jobs around the place. And if I had a nickel for every time Craigslist was linked to criminal activity in some way, I'd be a rich man.
Steve Bagwell, Managing Editor
06:33 am - Sun, April 22 2012
Wright said:
If I had a nickel for every time Sheridan and Willamina and Lafayette were linked to violent crime and sex crimes, I would be a rich man. These comments sound similar to the tortured logic that these people were not from Yamhill County, as if this is the end of the thought process. Less than it is Craig's List, it is the use of it that can be dangerous. It is obviously a bad way to transact most business unless you use common sense and a little care.
08:05 am - Mon, April 23 2012
Michael Tubbs Sr said:
And f I had just a tenth of a cent for every time Portland was linked to violent crime or sex crimes, I'd be vastly more wealthy.
08:07 am - Mon, April 23 2012
Michael Tubbs Sr said:
I know, the logic seems tortured, but it's not really if you do the math.
10:40 am - Mon, April 23 2012
Just saying... said:
just look at the guy, he looks kinda creepy, i know you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover but this guy looks like a low-life, i would not want him around my property without doing a thorough background check and references ---- well, i would do that no matter what the person looked like though.
10:11 pm - Tue, April 24 2012
EAGLEEYE said:
If this character ever showed up at my door step, i would not even open the door!
"should not judge a book by its cover", maybe we should rethink that philosophy judging by the result. i dont know maybe its just me but its getting harder to trust people these days. i think i'm going to install a retina scanner right at my door, if u want to come in you have to pass the test first, haha.
10:17 pm - Tue, April 24 2012
EAGLEEYE said:
yea this guy is creepy looking, drug user perhaps. would definetley not turn my back around him!
02:32 pm - Wed, April 25 2012
Live and let Live said:
Creepy is an understatement --- I'm glad they caught him, he must not have been too smart, hanging out at the victim's house after he murdered him - I hope he's locked away for a very long time.
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