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Relatives Move Items From Michelle Young's House

Posted June 9, 2007
Updated June 10, 2007

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— Seven months after a pregnant mother was found dead in her home, relatives are clearing the place out.

Mattresses, children's toys and furniture were on the front lawn of Michelle Young's house Saturday. Her husband's relatives said they were moving some things out.

Young was found beaten to death in her Wake County house last November. Her 2-year-old daughter, Cassidy, was found unharmed nearby.

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  • mythoughts22 Jun 11, 2007

    only God knows what this family is going through and i pray that they catch whoever did this and fry him.(i believe as do most that it was the husband)

  • spiritwarriorwoman1 Jun 11, 2007

    Galling to see the husband's family doing this with nada for Michelle's.

    Praying for answers for the child.

    God bless.

    Rev. RB

  • Rabid Wolf Jun 11, 2007

    Remember a Glaxo Smith Kline woman having an affair, the other person in the affair killed the husband with arsenic. The woman did not speak to police for years, got re married, moved to outter banks. The police had to get a court order to have a lawyer tell what he knew. Now she is behind bars. Some things take time.

  • ranquick Jun 11, 2007

    There is no perfect crime, sooner or later they will charge the right person with this crime and we all know who did!

  • Trivr Jun 11, 2007

    Unlike durham county, I think we're blessed with a very responsible, professional team of investigators. The Eric Miller and Stephanie Bennett cases were handled well I think. They haven't been releasing or leaking any inside info to the public, so I'm confident they're making steady progress and sooner or later, probably later, WRAL will be reporting an arrest.

  • ghgreenville Jun 10, 2007

    LISTEN FOLKS, I BELIEVE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT IN RALEIGH KNOWS THAT THE HUSBAND DID IT, BUT UNTIL THEY GET ENOUGH EVIDENT ON HIM, THERE'S NOTHING THEY CAN DO! AFTER ALL, THE HUSBAND REFUSED TO COOPERATE WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT. THE HAND WRITING IS ON THE WALL THAT HE DID IT! IT GOT TO BE PROVEN.

  • Brogden Jun 10, 2007

    Didn't you folks read the article?
    It says they were moving "SOME" things. Not ALL things.
    How do you know her folks aren't going to do the same thing?
    In such a tragedy as this, it is not unusual for family members to move things - it would be to hard on the immediate family, perhaps.
    It has been almost a year. Shouldn't he have some of his personal items? Furniture? Kids toys? Things like that?
    Sooner or later, the house will have to be emptied and sold. Who is making the payments on it now?
    You guys that are saying "HE DID IT!" are the same folks who said that about the Duke kids! Give it a rest!

  • paperairplane26 Jun 10, 2007

    If her husband was truly innocent, he would cooperate with the authorities on this. Because he would want the killer to be found. It is so, so sad. I am so sorry for her loved ones.

  • cnaatmg Jun 10, 2007

    This is so sad, this case needs to be going on strong and needs to be solved. I hate to hear things like this, and infront of her little girl at that. God Bless each person involed

  • Rebellious Jun 10, 2007

    I can't stop thinking that if she was rich that more progress would have been made on this case. I feel so bad for her. She could have been my wife, sister, mother, or daughter. This is so sad.

    choppa

    Not sure about that; look at all the money JonBenet Ramsey's family had and no justice there.

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