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Missouri woman faces manslaughter charge in death of lover

By Associated Press

LAST UPDATED: 04:44 a.m. HST, Jul 22, 2013

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. » A southeast Missouri woman is facing manslaughter charges for allegedly running over her lover.

The Southeast Missourian reports that 29-year-old Angelia Hanson of Cape Girardeau was charged Friday with first-degree involuntary manslaughter in the death of 43-year-old Jody Lane.

Police say Hanson backed a Dodge Durango over Lane Friday morning outside their home. Hanson told police she accidentally ran over Lane after an argument. Lane was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead a short time later.

Hanson does not yet have an attorney. She is jailed on $100,000 bond.

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eoe wrote:
She should have told police she was scared for her life and standing her ground.
on July 22,2013 | 06:14AM
Mythman wrote:
Don't you love all these stories with code words for the gender (err, sex) of the people involved.......isn't it amazing how words have become good and bad when in reality there is nothing about a word other than it is a sign or symbol recognizable as representing a meaning. The stuff it represents is still around but the word that represents it has to be changed least someone it describes might be offended. There is even an implication of crime being involved in using the "wrong" word. Sick. Oops, "sick" doesn't mean what it used to mean either........
on July 22,2013 | 06:38AM
false wrote:
And we are told only men do this stuff.
on July 22,2013 | 12:36PM
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