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Hermitage victim buys back stolen dishwasher listed on Facebook Marketplace

HERMITAGE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Two women were arrested by Metro Police after they allegedly broke into a house and sold a stolen dishwasher on Facebook Marketplace.

According to arrest affidavits, Julia Querry, 28, and Lacey Stone, 31, broke into a Hermitage home in September and stole multiple home appliances including a microwave, faucet, paint sprayer, and dishwasher. The women reportedly stole up to $4,000 worth of items during their break-in.

The victim then found their stolen dishwasher listed on Facebook Marketplace and arranged to meet up with the seller to buy it back, according to officials.

Detectives then placed an alert on one of the suspect’s cars and pulled them over on Thursday. When questioned, Querry admitted to helping Stone steal the home items and selling the dishwasher on Facebook Marketplace, and stated that the rest of the items were sold for $80 and heroin.

Both women were arrested and charged with aggravated burglary.

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Battle Ground teen talked to parents minutes before dying in crash

The parents of a 15-year-old Battle Ground girl, who died when her truck went off a logging road east of Woodland on Friday, said she’d called them 10 minutes before the fatal crash.

Lacey Carol-Lynn Hall phoned to say she was headed down the hillside road east of Woodland and coming home, said Kelly Kender, Lacey’s mother.

Tragically, she never made it.

The Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office reported that Lacey’s pickup truck went off a logging road and plunged down a steep hillside.

She died in the crash near the 700 block of Davis Peak Road, about six miles east of Woodland, the sheriff’s office said in a press release Wednesday.

First responders from numerous Cowlitz and Clark County agencies were dispatched to the reported single-vehicle crash at about 11 p.m. Friday, the press release said.

A 16-year-old female passenger had been able to climb out of the wreckage and make her way up to the road, the press release said. She was transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Washington Medical Center with minor injuries.

The girls were at a graduation party with about 40 kids. Lacey didn’t know many people there besides a small group of friends, and they decided to leave together, Kelly Kender said. Lacey was following another car but had to stop because dry conditions were kicking up dust and affecting visibility, Kelly Kender said the 16-year-old, a friend of Lacey’s, told her.

“She said they stopped to let the dust settle. They stopped too close to the edge (of the road) and the truck slipped and rolled down the side,” Kelly Kender said.

Deputies told the parents they found no signs the girls had been drinking, and speed wasn’t a factor in the accident, according to Dan Kender, Lacey’s stepfather.

Vancouver Fire Department spokesman Joe Spatz said Cowlitz responders requested a technical rescue team to respond to the scene. Firefighters had to set up a rope system to recover Lacey’s body, Spatz said, noting that a colleague characterized the hill as very challenging terrain.

Lacey attended Battle Ground High School. She would have been a junior next school year, her mother said.

Her parents said she was a people pleaser who was quick to forgive and could hold conversations with anybody. Lacey’s greatest passion was singing, they said.

“She would sing and sing for hours, and she was great at it. She would sing to herself, karaoke, on TikTok videos and on stage quite a bit,” Kelly Kender said.

She sang at Billy Blues Bar and Grill in Hazel Dell on Sunday nights when the restaurant would open up for minors to come play music. Other young musicians would invite Lacey to sing with them. She also sang in her high school’s choir, and was a student at Northwest Rock Academy, which offered her the opportunity to perform at the Clark County Fair.

Lacey knew she needed a backup plan, her mother said, so she had enrolled in the fire science program at Cascadia Tech Academy and was set to start instruction next school year.

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“She was just starting to think about what else she could do,” she said.

The teenager also couldn’t wait to “fall in love with someone,” Kelly Kender said.

She loved the idea of starting a family, probably because she loved hers so much, the parents said. When COVID-19 forced Lacey and her siblings to stay home, she embraced spending time with everyone, Dan Kender said.

The family is planning a private funeral service and a celebration of life sometime in the future.

Sours: https://www.columbian.com/news/2020/jun/11/battle-ground-teen-talked-to-parents-minutes-before-dying-in-crash/
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A Conversation with Entrepreneurs Yasmine Young and Lacey Fields

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It takes undiluted passion, multiple failures, lot of grit and a long-term commitment. The art of starting a business require entrepreneurs to be on their toes most of the times, shuttling between customers; current, prospective, business partners, business operations and more. COVID-19 has affected entrepreneurs and their businesses hard and they have to innovate and adjust. In efforts to support the local small business community and empower [new and seasoned] entrepreneurs, the Entrepreneurship Matters series will offer a forum to feature, celebrate and learn of the highs and lows of the business ownership journey.

Alicia Wilson, Vice President of Economic Development, The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System will moderate the October 14th webinar with guests Yasmine Young and Lacy Fields.

Yasmine Young, Owner of Diaspora Salon Website: https://www.diasporasalon.com/ FB: @diasporasalon IG: @diasporasalon

Lacy Fields, Owner of Therapeutique Salon & Spa Website: https://therapeutiquesalonspa.com/ FB:@Therapeutiquesalonspa IG: @therapeutiquesalon_spa

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On Friday, a public Facebook post began to circulate online, featuring comments accusing Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey of sexual abuse and solicitation of explicit photographs from a minor. In the wake of Lacey’s blanket apology for “the actions of [his] past,” two women have come forward to Pitchfork separately with similar accounts of sexual harassment, manipulative behavior, and child grooming on Lacey’s part.

Pitchfork also spoke with several people close to each woman, who confirmed that they had spoken about their experiences beginning in the early 2000s. One individual, who previously worked with Brand New, confirmed that both women had confided in them separately with their stories.

Child grooming is defined by the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children as “when an adult communicates online with a child under the age of 18 in order to establish an emotional connection or relationship with the child and gain their trust for the purposes of sexual abuse or exploitation.” Under federal law, child grooming falls under “coercion and enticement” of a minor—a felony offense. Possession of child pornography is also a felony offense.

Nicole Elizabeth Garey, 30, first shared her story on the since-deleted Facebook post last week. She met Lacey in 2003 when she was 15 years old, while photographing a Brand New show in upstate New York. After the gig, he gave her his email address. Lacey, then 24, began asking Garey to send him nude photos over instant messenger; she obliged.

Garey alleges that Lacey continually asked her for more nude photos. She recalls him saying, “I had to delete them, I can’t keep them on my computer.”

“You’re flattered because [the singer of] one of your favorite bands is interested in you and nobody’s taken interest in you before,” Garey tells Pitchfork. “I didn’t really see it for what it was because when you’re a teenager you think, ‘I know everything, I’m an adult.’”

The last time Garey says she had contact with Lacey was when she was 22 or 23; he Skyped her while masturbating. “I know I should’ve turned it off, but there’s something in me that couldn’t,” she says. “This will definitely stay with me for the rest of my life.”

Another woman, Emily Driskill, was 16 years old when she first met Lacey in 2002; she’s now 32. A concert photographer, music journalist, and Brand New fan, Driskill says she was given Lacey’s instant messenger screen name by a mutual friend. The first time they met in person was for an interview, during which Lacey stared at her chest and made “lots of comments about [her] body and breasts,” Driskill tells Pitchfork. “He was the first person to ever tell me that I was hot. In hindsight as an adult woman, I know I was preyed on.”

In an account similar to Garey’s story, Driskill says that Lacey solicited her for nude photos starting when she was 17. He allegedly sent photos of himself undressing, subjected Driskill to “countless masturbatory video chat sessions,” and “attempted to manipulate [her] into engaging in sexual situations with other people, on camera, for his viewing pleasure.”

Sours: https://pitchfork.com/news/two-alleged-victims-of-brand-news-jesse-lacey-detail-years-of-sexual-exploitation-of-minors/

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Lacey Renee Young is 37 years old. She lives in Kent, OH. She has also lived in Savannah, GA. She attended the Kent State University and Kent State University-main Campus. Her favorite bands are Peaches, Sublime, Coldplay, Tool, Cake, Radiohead, Weezer, Jet, Wilco, Smashing Pumpkins, Eazy-e, Tori Amos, Modest Mouse, Iron And Wine, The Eagles, Eric Clapton, The Flaming Lips, Blind Melon, Erykah Badu, Fiona Apple, Dave Matthews Band, Hank Williams Jr, Ray Charles, Les Claypool, Fleetwood Mac, Norah Jones, Neil Young, Nina Simone, Al Green, Counting Crows, Lisa Loeb, David Gray, Ryan Adams, John Butler Trio, Our Lady Peace, Alison Krauss, The Corrs, Kings Of Leon, Matthew Good Band, Soul Coughing, Steve Miller Band, Ray Lamontagne, Mike Doughty, Polyphonic Spree, The Cardigans, The Wailers, Cut Chemist, Micheal Buble, Brett Dennen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Bob Marley, Johnny Cash and Led Zeppelin. Lacey a big fan of Ufc, Seinfeld, Weeds, Six Feet Under and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Some of the movies Lacey loves are Happiness, Trainspotting, Gummo, Volver, The Wizard Of Oz, Almost Famous, American History X, 25th Hour, Love Actually, Punch-drunk Love, Bad Education, Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, The Constant Gardener, Willie Wonka And The Chocolate Factory and The Last King Of Scotland. Lacey loves Chocolate. Her favorite sport is Kickboxing. Daniel Bryan Young and Magan Young are some of Lacey relatives.

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