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Campbell woman gets jail time, probation in vehicular-homicide case

Published: Fri, October 28, 2011 @ 3:05 p.m.

YOUNGSTOWN — A Campbell woman who was convicted by a jury of vehicular homicide in a motorcyclist’s death has been given a 30-day jail sentence and put on five years’ probation, during which she must perform 500 hours of community service annually.

Judge Maureen A. Sweeney of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court imposed the sentence Friday on Tasha L. Moore, 29, of Jackson Street, in the March 2, 2010, death of Charles Mulligan, 48, of South Avenue, Boardman. Moore’s jail term began immediately after sentencing.

Judge Sweeney could have sentenced Moore to six to 18 months in prison, but instead imposed the maximum probation term the law allows.

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1Stan(9923 comments)posted 4 years, 3 months ago

Life is cheap in The Valley . . ..

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2Lifes2Short(3879 comments)posted 4 years, 3 months ago

So the death of Charles Mulligan is only worth that. Amazing.

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3pam291(4 comments)posted 4 years, 3 months ago

My husband had a DUI this past March, 1st one ever in 62 years of his life. He did not hurt anyone, speed was his enemy. My husband has received a 1 year license suspension, which I am told is unheard of for a 1st offense. Now this!! Please tell me what is wrong with our court system. My husband respects his " sentence". This Tasha Moore should not have been behind the wheel with a suspension! If she wasn't on the road that day, Charles Mulligan would most likely be alive. Another case for everyone to look out for is Rachel Zorger was driving while 6 months pregnant with a BAC of .259 KILLS her unborn child and 55 year old Darla Schumacher and because the prosecuter's office had a "meltdown", or was "too busy", she most likely will walk away "scott free" So, now we have 3 people "dead" with a grand total of 1 person spending 30 days in jail. Hello everyone, something is wrong with our court system. My husband, back in the day was very "politically involved" and obviously his sentence was "personal" with the Prosecuter's office, what else could it be?? Three people are no longer alive, and they basically can do whatever they want in the next 30 days. My husband, however who has had a chartity for 15+ years helping handicapped children in the Tri-County Area gets the "book" thrown at him. Please let me know responses on my comment. It looks like Jay Macejko should be our next prosecutor, Paul just doesn"t "have it" anymore. Thank everyone for listening!!

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4Dghg2010(3 comments)posted 4 years, 3 months ago

Oh my

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