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Fri. 12:44pm: Body found in burning car ID'd (photo)

May 17, 2013

WARREN - The body that was found earlier this week in a burning car in Lordstown has been identified. According to Lordstown police Chief Brent Milhoan, Michael C....

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Billdog

May-17-13 1:30 PM

How sad another young life stripped from their family. Prayers.

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Jolene13

May-17-13 2:54 PM

This is heartbreaking.

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knowitall

May-17-13 4:42 PM

ex con not reported missing by family.

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Blessed1

May-17-13 4:50 PM

Sad and senseless!

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mdb615

May-17-13 9:03 PM

His family did report him missing. He has a loving family. I hate that this is the artice they choose to print. How about printing the many positive things about this young man? No, just an ex-con so ppl can make assumptions like his family doesnt care when that is so far from the truth.

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knowitall

May-17-13 10:33 PM

He just got out of prison in October. How much time was there to do all these positive things? What are these positive things?

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AbeLincoln

May-18-13 1:39 AM

mdb615, I do feel very sorry for his family, I lost a son going on 8 yrs ago, it's too bad he didn't feel sorry for what he has put his family thru, now this.

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jellyb

May-18-13 4:37 AM

Is it really worth it? To home invade, to rob, steal, cheat, hurt intentionally; when Spiritual Law clearly states "You will reap what you sow". I guess some people don't believe it, don't care, or what they want at that moment clouds what little sense they do have. In either realm, natural or spiritual; for every action there is a reaction. Be it negative or positive. Think!

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jellyb

May-18-13 4:42 AM

No matter what he did or didn't do, nobody deserves that. God said vengeance belongs to Him. Even when He takes "forever", it still belongs to Him.

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mdb615

May-18-13 10:45 AM

At 23 years old, he had 18 years of life BEFORE he made a stupid choice and went to jail. These are the years of this young mans life I am familiar with. These are the years when he did all these positive things. He was an excellent athelete and an exceptional student. Why not even add that as a footnote or use one of those pictures? I cant speak for what happened after that because I was not there. But I do know, a mother who was very proud of that boy lost her baby. I do not know where his adult life went, but he was a child with a lot of promise. I know what you ppl do on here, so im just not going to read it again. Have a great life and hope one of your relatives dont make a bad choice and some stupid ppl get on a comment portion of a newspaper and talk about them like they were worthless trash.

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RobinJ

May-18-13 10:57 AM

All children have a bright future ahead of them. It is the responsibility of the parents to raise the child for life NOT just until they are legal adults. I believe the photo is provided by family and I thought the photo was very appropriate, looks like a graduation type photo.

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Jolene13

May-18-13 2:29 PM

mdb- Your post was great.

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Carlsjunior

May-18-13 5:45 PM

@MDB: I hate to disappoint you but this guy was no decent person long before 18. I went to school with him he made fun of the mentally handicapped and many others and got beat down for stealing marijuana from people and was threatening them from the hospital. is that a decent person?

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snuggs

May-20-13 9:37 PM

The photo was indeed taken professionally. It was taken by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. ****drc.state.Oh.us/OffenderSearch/ I guess you can also say that his brother Timothy does live in Leavittsburg, at the Penitentiary. Sad very Sad. Just Sayin.

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