Homeless Man Enters Alford Plea In Woman’s Slaying

CENTREVILLE, Md. (AP) — A homeless man has entered an Alford plea to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a Denton woman.

The Star Democrat of Easton reports Leroy N. Wilson Jr., 22, entered the plea Monday in the death of Lindsey N. Crispino, 28. He will be sentenced on Wednesday.

Wilson was arrested in Mississippi on April 29 after crashing Crispino’s car. Her body was found on a farm near Centreville on April 27.

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  • Danyela

    younger strapping TSA men at lgcaary airport? good year for voluntourism!! =DI’m not completely immersed in the furry fandom ( I’m just friends with some furry artist on DA and a fan of some furry web-comics) but I have heard of some bad furry romanticizes in the past and all I have to say to that is whether in the fandom or not, cheating is for the weak willed. I don’t think that the cheatie should ever be blamed he/she is just a lollipop on a bear trap. I also believe you can’t have a romantic relationship solely based on the interwebs :I but that’s just my opinion.an rainbow coffin? OMG I couldn’t stop laughing xD which brings me to a question.why is the gay population so large in the furry fandom? is it because the furry fandom is just more tolerant or more gay friendly then most other community’s/fan bases on the internet?

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