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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Two Brunswick County residents, who faced charges stemming from separate crashes, pleaded guilty Wednesday.

Angela Richards,24, was charged with second-degree murder after a Nov. 16, 2011 wreck. The passenger in her SUV died.

Investigators say she had alcohol and drugs in her system.

Meanwhile, 35-year-old Juan Bellamy pleaded guilty to hit-and-run in connection to a June 11, 2011, crash that hurt two.

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2015 years 9 months ago

WWAY should have reported the charges to which they pleaded guilty and what sentences were received.

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2015 years 9 months ago

Depends on who you ask whether it was a harsh sentence…….all her druggie friends or the man she killed family and 5 year old son at the time. She faired pretty well I believe and with all her past charges should be sitting in there for many years. But, that’s the law. God has plans for her. This will not be as easy a road for her as she thinks. She never changed her ways since the day it happened. Walked around fooling the system. But finally got busted. That was Gods plan and he is not done with her yet!

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2015 years 9 months ago

Isn’t that a bit harsh of a sentence for killing someone?

“Richards will serve a 9 month active sentence, which will be followed by 5 years of supervised probation” (Unquote)

Now we are getting somewhere. That sentence will do her in I’m sure.

2 questions:
1. Did she have a good Lawyer?
2. Do we have a “Judicial System that Stinks?”

There’s your Questionnaire Poll WWAY……

2015 years 9 months ago

Why WWAY didn’t mention that the black man got three times longer in prison than the white girl. He hurt some people and she killed a man. Shame shame shame on everyone in Brunswick County court!!

2015 years 9 months ago

I was arrested for a DWI in January of 2011. I am VERY aware of what I could have done to myself and endangering others. I make no excuses. It was wrong and I paid the price for it. I had 250 hours of community service, suspended license, a ‘blow box’ installed in my car, 30 days of classes, and more. The reason I am sharing what I have been through is twofold. First, any alcohol in your system will impair driving. Don’t risk it, it’s not worth it. Ever. Secondly, I am floored by the sentence this person received.
DWI’s affect not only the person responsible, but the family and community as well. Report erratic driving. Enough said.

2015 years 9 months ago

You are too kind.


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