ANTIDEPRESSANT: City Councilman Candidate’s Wife Attacked Him: Texas

A wife’s story of ovarian cancer and domestic
violence added yet another layer of passion to Garland’s lone contested city

council race Monday night.

Sharp questions, finger-pointing between
incumbent John Willis and challenger David McNeely and a moderator calling for
order had already made for a lively forum. Then, as parties were dismissed,
Donna McNeely stepped to the podium at Shiloh Worship Center.

She told
of being diagnosed with cancer shortly after their marriage in 1997, of
suffering depression after the treatment and of medication that magnified her

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ANTIDEPRESSANT: Murder: New Hampshire

MANCHESTER – Melissa Charbonneau wanted a divorce.

She made it
official on Wednesday, filing two petitions at Hillsborough Superior Court: one
to end the marriage, and another alleging her husband, Jonathan Charbonneau, had
thrown her down a staircase, climbed on top of her and choked her.

A day
later, friends and neighbors said, Melissa Charbonneau, 29, was dead, shot to
death by her husband about 2 p.m. yesterday.

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Medications for Depression & OCD: Thanksgiving-Man Shoots & Kill 4 Relatives: FL

Michael Merhige, accused of killing four relatives at a Thanksgiving dinner in
Jupiter, had threatened to kill family members before and often refused to take
medication prescribed to treat his longtime mental illness, according to court
records and Merhige’s mother.

In April 2006, during a fight with his
sister at their parents’ house outside Miami, Merhige told the sister “I’m going
to slit your throat,” according to a domestic violence complaint filed by the
sister, Carla Merhige.

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DEPRESSION MED: Fireman Holds Daughter’s Fiance at Gunpoint: New Jersey

NEWARK — A Columbus firefighter from Hebron was sentenced to a
maximum of five years of community control Wednesday morning after pleading
guilty to driving his stepdaughter’s fiancé around town at gunpoint.

E. Humphrey, 53, last known address 7589 Lancaster Road, Hebron, pleaded guilty
to one count each of abduction, a third-degree felony; improperly handling
firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony; and domestic violence, a
first-degree misdemeanor. A three-year firearm specification was

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