Ashtabula Star Beacon in Ashtabula, Ohio
13 Dec 2012

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13 Dec 2012

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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Ashtabula, Ohio Tragic silly Whitney pay and Sandy are2012�?Ts most googled a paqbg7 a school views students report from Geneva and Conneaut High schools a Pace cd a Mentor Mitsubishi 440-534-5000 8505 Mentor ave. Mentor Ohio december 13, 2012 75 cents area a opera soloist teaches at Assumption school �paaea2nation a census projections show Whites no longer a majority in . By 2043 Payea business a no budging As fiscal Cliff talks appear to be stalled a Page a deaths Blankenship Gladys , Robert g. Kata Cary Peterson Dorothy a. Rogers Judy Wagoner or. William c. A Monafo Index Quot business.b5 classifieds.c4 comics b6, b7 school views.c1 entertainment.c2 horoscopes.b6 opinion.a4 sports.b1weather University hospitals a a Geneva it Jtj partly Cloudy details Page a2high 45 Low 38sunrise 7 36 . Sunset 4 52 . Quota news tip Call us 440 998-2323 ext. 5 Ukitis Star Macon Ken heart Bingo in Nile 6 00 pm Moose Lodge 6 5 looked at her and i wanted her to look at me. I wanted to see that she was sorry for what she did but there was no remorse there. She was smiling As she walked out of the courtroom. It made me a Penny Borton murder victims daughter murder mom gets 44 years victims family has harsh words for convicted killer Danna weimers 17-year-old son pleads with judge a can i hug my mom a by Margie Netzel staff writer Netzel Sta Beacon. Com Painesville convicted murderer Uanna Weimer will spend a minimum of 44 years in prison for the death of 77-year-old Eleanor Robertson Lake county common pleas judge Eugene Lucci ruled wednesday. In a court of packed with people Weimer 54, of Austinburg township sat emotionless As Lucci showed no leniency in punishment. A what we see Here is a pattern of substance abuse but not a speck of genuine remorse a Lucci said. A i believe a consecutive sentence is necessary to protect the Public and the Weimer who was convicted of 17 counts in the june 13 murder and burglary of Robertson declined to speak on her own behalf wednesday. Her attorney Aaron t. Baker did not Call any speakers to the it Xirum Weimer stared at her shackled hands during the sentencing never looking at Lucci or family turning her head Only to avoid the Media cameras in the courtroom. Lucci handed Down consecutive prison sentences for each of the 17 counts against Weimer including life in prison for stabbing the elderly woman 94 times. Weimer is not available for parole for 44 years minus the 183 Days she already served. Margie Netzel / Star Beacon Lake county sheriff s deputies assist convicted murderer Danna Weimer in Lake county common pleas court after her sentencing wednesday. Weimer will spend 44 years in jail for the murder of 77-year-old Eleanor Robertson. She was also ordered to pay $7,569 to the family for Eleanor s funeral expenses. Weimers son and co defendant Zachary Weimer 23. Was found guilty of 15 charges in the murder and burglary. He will be sentenced by Lake county common pleas judge Vincent Culotta on dec. 17. Court records show. Eleanor a family and friends held yellow roses As they read letters to Lucci. The victims daughter in Law Rory Robertson said she prays for the strength to forgive a you Are evil a she told Weimer. A you Are satan. 1 feel you should die for what you have done. I respect what the judge decides but 1 Hope you both rot in Robertson s daughter. Penny Borton. Said she is haunted by dreams of her mothers final moments. A i have dreams of my Mother see mom Page a3 Dollar store closer to becoming reality by Mark Todd staff writer Todd Sta Beacon. Com Conneaut members of Conneaut s planning commission gave their tentative approval night to a new Dollar general store to be built Early next year in the City s downtown District. The panel s full and final Blessing could come next month after City administrators try to secure refinements to it proposed project. At Issue is a 9,1 x Square f h t store that would occupy the Northwest Corner of a parcel bordered by state Street to the North Harvir Street to the East Washington Street to the West and an Alley on see Dollar Page a3 Margie Netzel / Star Beacon wednesday was wedding Day for Reginald Steele and Ashley Daubenspeck As they said Quot i do Quot on 12/12/12 at noon at Lake Shore Park. The ceremony was performed by Sharon Bradley of weddings with your View. Ashtabula couple weds at noon on 12/12/12by Margie Netzel staff writer Netzel Sta Beacon. Com Ashtabula township a gentle but Chilly Breeze blew through Lake Shore Park on wednesday As the swans paddled. A on the water and the Creek bubbled under the Stone Bridge. Reginald Steele it Myk Ashley Daubenspeck a hand into her eyes and said. A i the couple wed at Noton on the 12th Day of the 12th month of see weds Page a3 Man pleads guilty in Park Haven meth fire by Shelley Terry staff writer sterry Sta Beacon. Com Jefferson a 27-year-old Ashtabula Man pleaded guilty wednesday to his part in the methamphetamine lab fire at Park Haven nursing Home that killed his brother in March. Keith e. Bilbrey u could serve up to 11 years in prison and pay $20,000 in fines for the first degree felony charge of complicity to aggravated Anson. Ashtabula county common pleas judge Ronald Vettel said. Bilbrey who is being held in the Ashtabula county jail on a separate dig charge was escorted into the courtroom by two sheriffs see pleads Page a3

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