reply to post by strangedays
Snippets of more news articles not about the murder of Lisa Marie Young, but they involve a character devilhisself was talking about. For people who
don't know the criminal environment in Nanaimo this is additional context to things.
Victim kidnapped and locked in the trunk of a car, police say
Police investigate as brothers accused of kidnapping man and threatening him
Danielle Bell, The Daily News
Published: Saturday, November 06, 2010
Two Nanaimo brothers face a string of charges after police say they beat and threatened a man, threw him in the trunk of a car and dumped him at a
ferry terminal, telling him to leave Vancouver Island.
Michael Curry, 39, and William Curry, 42, face charges of unlawful confinement or imprisonment, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm,
assault and theft $5,000 or under.
Police are unsure of the motive behind the incident, which began Saturday night at a Rosehill Street home but said it may be linked to drugs.
Punishment for that crime is not much but it's still than anyone is paying yet for murder:
Man gets community sentence for unlawful confinement
By Jenn McGarrigle - Nanaimo News Bulletin
Published: January 17, 2012 1:00 PM
A Nanaimo man accused of kidnapping another man and taking him to the ferry terminal was found guilty of unlawful confinement and assault last week,
but avoided jail time.
William Michael Curry received a four-month conditional sentence and eight months probation, as well as a 10-year firearms prohibition, DNA order and
$100 victim surcharge.
The charges stem from an Oct. 30, 2010 incident in which Curry drove another man to first the Departure Bay ferry terminal and then the Duke Point
ferry terminal, after determining that they had missed the last sailing to Departure Bay, and telling him to leave the Island.
Clint Sadlemyer, Curry's lawyer, said two versions of the story came out at trial, but the judge found that Curry took the man against his will to
both terminals, neither of which had another boat sailing to the mainland that evening.