ANTIDEPRESSANT DUI: Vehicular Homicide: Woman Gets 6 Years in Prison: W Va

Paragraph six reads:  “Brown was taking
prescription medication for depression
and panic attacks
the morning of the crash. But during that plea hearing She admitted publicly she
was taking much more than what was
prescribed.

http://www.wsaz.com/news/headlines/50136157.html?ref=157

NEW INFO: Erma Brown Sentenced In DUI Crash that Killed Mother, Two St.
Joe Students
Erma Brown sentenced to three consecutive 2-10 year prison

terms.


Posted: 11:31 AM Apr 12, 2010
Reporter: Carrie
Cline
Email Address:
carrie.cline@wsaz.com


mip://058efea0/default.html??.htm UPDATE 4/12 11:30 am

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — The woman who pleaded
guilty to causing a fiery crash that killed a mother and two high school
students will spend a minimum six years behind bars.

In February, Erma
Brown pleaded guilty to three counts of DUI causing death.

The 2-vehicle
accident happened at about 7:30 a.m. on April 2, 2009 on Alternate Route 10 near
the intersection of Eden’s Branch Road in Barboursville.

Investigators
say Brown crossed the center line and hit the car driven by 47-year-old Carole
Crawford. Crawford, her daughter Meaghan, 16, and Kelsey Kuhn, 15, died in the
crash after their car caught fire.

During Monday’s hearing in Cabell
County Circuit Court, Judge Dan O’Hanlon sentenced Brown to three consecutive
2-10 year prison terms. That is the maximum sentenced allowed for her
plea.

Brown was taking prescription medication for depression and panic
attacks the morning of the crash. But during that plea hearing She admitted
publicly she was taking much more than what was prescribed.

Before
handing down the sentence, the court heard from both families.

Keep
clicking on WSAZ.com for updated
information

PROZAC WITHDRAWAL: Woman Runs Away From Home: Kentucky

Paragraphs six and seven  read:  “Kelsey had been depressed and was taking
several medications but decided to quit some of them cold turkey,
particularly Prozac, Larry Kelsey said.”

“The sheriff said that Kelsey left with only $80
in cash, and although she has diabetes, she didn’t take any of her medication
with her. He added that as of Thursday morning, no one had yet heard from her.”

http://www.cadizrecord.com/articles/stories/public/200909/10/04SG_news.html

BREAKING NEWS: Authorities looking
for missing Trigg County woman

Franklin Clark, Reporter — fclark@cadizrecord.com

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Authorities are looking for Trigg
County woman who has been missing since the night of Wednesday, Sept. 2, and
they are asking for the public’s help.

Betty Kelsey, 61, was last seen
driving a 2002 red Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck, according to Trigg County
Sheriff Randy Clark.

Her husband Larry Kelsey reported on Wednesday,
Sept. 2, at about 8 p.m. that he couldn’t locate her, and a BOLO (Be On the Look
Out) was put out nationwide, Clark said, adding that she was placed on the NCIC
around the state and country with her description the next night.

“We
are very concerned about her well-being,” Clark said.

Larry Kelsey said
she is about five and a half feet tall and about 185 pounds, and added that she
had been talking about driving to Land Between the Lake. He also she had been
talking about seeing a friend in Michigan, but went on to say that her friend
hasn’t seen her, either.

Kelsey had been depressed and was taking
several medications but decided to quit some of them cold turkey, particularly

Prozac, Larry Kelsey said.

The sheriff said that Kelsey left with only
$80 in cash, and although she has diabetes, she didn’t take any of her
medication with her. He added that as of Thursday morning, no one had yet heard
from her.

Clark said that both the U.S. Forest Service and the Kentucky
State Police have chased down leads, but none of them have lead to Kelsey.
“Hopefully we can turn something up,” the sheriff said.

Clark said
anyone with information that may help find Kelsey is asked to call the Trigg
County Sheriff’s Department at 522-6014.

(For the full, updated story,
check out the Wednesday, Sept. 16, edition of the Cadiz Record.)

PROZAC WITHDRAWAL: Woman Runs Away From Home: Kentucky

Paragraphs six and seven  read:  “Kelsey had been depressed and was taking several medications but decided to quit some of them cold turkey, particularly Prozac, Larry Kelsey said.”

“The sheriff said that Kelsey left with only $80 in cash, and although she has diabetes, she didn’t take any of her medication with her. He added that as of Thursday morning, no one had yet heard from her.”