Highland Heights man shot and killed by his girlfriend

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    One of the news stations had a nice clip on this little darling. When asked a question her response was "Yeah I probably did sleep with 10-12 guys that year, but not sure what that has to do with this crap". Someone in the background kindly reminded her, that she wasn't the one to determine what was relevant.
    Man... don't you know those 10-12 dudes feel like they dodged a bullet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjknku02 View Post
    Is this the same Rob Dixon that used to run Softball City in Taylor Mill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    Is this the same Rob Dixon that used to run Softball City in Taylor Mill?
    That would be "the Criminal" as we affectionately called him. LOL

    BTW, at last check he still owns Softball City.

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    So will charges be put on the girl who forged the signatures?

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    What a stupid thing to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    So will charges be put on the girl who forged the signatures?
    http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news...ion/472297001/

    NEWPORT — A Kentucky notary faces charges in connection with forged signatures on a petition to move a high-profile murder retrial.

    News outlets report Brittany Young pleaded not guilty to 28 counts of felony forgery on Tuesday. Police documents show that Young confessed to collecting only three authentic signatures for the petition to move Shayna Hubers' retrial out of northern Kentucky.

    Police records show Young's employer returned 156 signatures. Prosecutors say only 38 were legitimate.

    Hubers was convicted of killing her boyfriend, Ryan Poston, in 2015, but the conviction was overturned when a juror was found to be a convicted felon. Huber's attorneys David Eldridge and Jeff Lawson had said they were unaware of the forgeries.

    Young is scheduled for a court hearing Aug. 21.

    Hubers' retrial is scheduled for January 2018.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    Notary charged in Shayna Hubers retrial's forged petition

    NEWPORT A Kentucky notary faces charges in connection with forged signatures on a petition to move a high-profile murder retrial.

    News outlets report Brittany Young pleaded not guilty to 28 counts of felony forgery on Tuesday. Police documents show that Young confessed to collecting only three authentic signatures for the petition to move Shayna Hubers' retrial out of northern Kentucky.

    Police records show Young's employer returned 156 signatures. Prosecutors say only 38 were legitimate.

    Hubers was convicted of killing her boyfriend, Ryan Poston, in 2015, but the conviction was overturned when a juror was found to be a convicted felon. Huber's attorneys David Eldridge and Jeff Lawson had said they were unaware of the forgeries.

    Young is scheduled for a court hearing Aug. 21.

    Hubers' retrial is scheduled for January 2018.
    Amazing, they make sure a convicted felon gets on the original jury so they can nullify a verdict later, then they commit fraud to get the retrial moved.

    When she is found guilty again, I hope they send her straight to the chair and take her attorneys with her.

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    If she was found guilty the first time, would the prosecution be able to petition for a mistrial because of the felon on the jury?

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    There is a picture of a crazy looking woman on the wall in one of my daughter's classrooms. There is a sign that says "Big Shayna is watching you." After several weeks of prodding the teacher finally told them about the photo. He had a Graduate Level Class with her at the time of the murder and told the students what a wack-a-do that she was in class (once excused herself from working on a team project because she needed to brush her hair). One of his students back then found her mugshot and gave her crazy eyes and posted it on the wall with that sign and it's been there ever since.

    When my daughter told me about it, I remembered that there was a thread on here about it.

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