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  1. #1
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    PA - Patricia Richey, 80, found decomposed in a B&B, Honesdale, 23 June 2017

    PA - Un-Reported Death - Wayne County
    Friday, 23 Jun 2017

    Deceased:

    To-Be Named :: Female / 81 Years Old

    Wayne County is in North-Eastern, PA.

    Day Three

    1)) http://wnep.com/2017/06/23/elderly-w...-in-honesdale/:

    *"... the woman had been dead in her bed for weeks."

    2)) http://www.waynepikenews.com/shared.html?id=9958&loc=SW

    3)) http://www.harvestinnbnb.com/

    4)) http://www.hauntedplaces.org/honesdale-pa/


    *Some of Richrd's Prosecution Possibilities:

    A1)) Title 18 CS § 2504 :: InVoluntary Manslaughter

    A2)) Title 18 CS § 2705 :: Reckless Endangerment

    A3)) Title 18 CS § 2713 :: Neglect of Care-Dependent...

    A4)) Title 18 CS § 3922 :: Theft By Deception

    A5)) Title 18 CS § 5510 :: Abuse of Corpse


    § = Section
    B&B = Bed and Breakfast Lodging
    CS = Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute
    DA = District Attorney
    LE = Law Enforcement
    M-2 = Misdemeanor Grade of the 2nd Degree
    PSP = Pennsylvania State Police


    Our Salute to those Able to
    Deal With These Circumstances.

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    Last edited by Richrd; 06-25-2017 at 12:55 PM.

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    Additional Updates

    Additional Updates

    PA - Un-Reported Death - Wayne County
    Friday, 23 Jun 2017

    Deceased:

    Patricia Richey :: Female / 80 Years Old


    Surviving Daughter:

    Moira Richey :: Female / 51 Years Old
    (With whom Patricia resided)

    Honesdale, Wayne County is in North-Eastern, PA.

    Day Four

    ETA >> 5)) http://thetimes-tribune.com/news/inv...hter-1.2211692

    6)) http://wnep.com/2017/06/26/search-wa...y-found-in-bb/

    7)) http://www.harvestinnbnb.com/

    8))


    (Tho most of You are Too-Young to remember.)


    Some of Richrd's Prosecution Possibilities:

    A1)) Title 18 CS § 2504 :: InVoluntary Manslaughter

    A2)) Title 18 CS § 2705 :: Reckless Endangerment

    A3)) Title 18 CS § 2713 :: Neglect of Care-Dependent...

    A4)) Title 18 CS § 3922 :: Theft By Deception
    (Continued Acceptance of any Social Security, Pension, and/or Public Assistance PaymentS?)

    A5)) Title 18 CS § 5510 :: Abuse of Corpse


    § = Section
    B&B = Bed and Breakfast Lodging
    CS = Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute
    DA = District Attorney
    ETA = Edited To Add
    LE = Law Enforcement
    M-2 = Misdemeanor Grade of the 2nd Degree
    PSP = Pennsylvania State Police


    May We Soon Have More Answers.

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    Last edited by Richrd; 06-26-2017 at 03:52 PM.

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    Investigation into dead body discovered in Honesdale B&B focuses on daughter

    June 26, 2017

    The daughter of a dead woman whose body decomposed for “weeks or months” in a Honesdale bed and breakfast asked to move into a new room three or four months ago, according to a state police search warrant application.

    Moira Richey, 51, told Harvest Inn Bed & Breakfast owner Anthony McHugh that she wanted a new room because her mother, Patricia Richey, 80, kept their third-floor room too warm.

    State police suspect she might have had a different motive for moving.

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    "We opened the door and there was something in bed covered and that's all we saw, and there was no smell," the owner said.

    Richey and her daughter Moira didn't pay rent but stayed on the third floor. The owners last saw Patricia Richey last Fall, then Moira Richey moved to another room after having trouble breathing in her mother's room. That was in February or March of this year. "She would not let me into the mother's room," the owner recalled.

    Moira Richey was seen walking away from the inn Monday morning. She was an officer with NYPD but the department couldn't say why she left or when.

    The owners of the Harvest Inn say Patricia Richey was not in good health at any point while she lived there.

    http://wnep.com/2017/06/26/search-wa...y-found-in-bb/

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    A whole lot of weirdness here.

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    All of the above is just my opinion and I could be totally wrong at anytime.

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    How does a dead body not stink???? I am a farm owner, and believe me when I say dead mouse in my office ran off everyone even me. I have trail rode on horses and a mile away from a dead cow we could smell it. So how on earth does a dead human not smell a mile away?????????????????????????????????????

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    My thoughts exactly! I vaguely remember seeing lye had been spread on roadkill until my dad (a part time PA State Game Warden) was able to get them and complete the process. If I recall, it did dampen the smell. Conversely, there was a horse that had died on a farm about a half a mile from my aunt and uncle's place in SE PA but because they were up above the area (very curvy and hilly but still only a half a mile, 3/4 at the absolute tops) we could smell nothing. Like acoustic shadows but with smell. But I agree, in this case it is a puzzler.

    Jen aka HAKerJack

    (Hopefully, I followed the rules right. Still fairly new and very worried I'll say something I shouldn't.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlorik View Post
    A whole lot of weirdness here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    "We opened the door and there was something in bed covered and that's all we saw, and there was no smell," the owner said.

    Richey and her daughter Moira didn't pay rent but stayed on the third floor. The owners last saw Patricia Richey last Fall, then Moira Richey moved to another room after having trouble breathing in her mother's room. That was in February or March of this year. "She would not let me into the mother's room," the owner recalled.

    Moira Richey was seen walking away from the inn Monday morning. She was an officer with NYPD but the department couldn't say why she left or when.

    The owners of the Harvest Inn say Patricia Richey was not in good health at any point while she lived there.

    http://wnep.com/2017/06/26/search-wa...y-found-in-bb/
    How could a decomposing body not smell at some point in this horrible ordeal? There is an appalling lack of curiosity among all those who lived at that B&B!!


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    So where's the daughter? Wasn't she the mothers caretaker? Didn't she have a responsibility to call 911 when the mother fell ill? Was she hiding the body all this time to keep cashing her mothers Social Security checks ? And if they did not insist on finally entering the room it would've gone on for who knows how long years? she denied her mother medical care and then hid her body for God knows how long and probably without spending her money. So where is she has she been arrested yet or what?


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    Two Useful & Free PA County Websites for Who's Been Accused Of What

    Two Useful & Free PA County Websites for
    Who's Been Accused Of What:

    Most* Non-Federal Cases Begin In
    (Lower) Magisterial District Court:

    1)) http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/docketsheets/mdj.aspx

    1A)) Search Type: Select Participant Name

    To Simultaneously Check Most* PA Counties,
    except Philadelphia:

    1B)) Select Date Filed: 01/01/1970 thru Today's Date

    1C)) Optional DOB / Date Of Birth: Example: 01/02/1934

    The More Serious Cases Are Closed-Out in
    (Lower) Magisterial District Court, then
    Advanced to (Upper) Court of Common Pleas:

    2)) http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/CP.aspx

    Repeat Steps 1A)), 1B)), and 1C)).

    Grades and Abbreviations of PA Crimes:
    H-1 = Heinous of 1st Degree; H-2
    F-1 = Felony of 1st Degree; F-2; F-3
    M-1 = Misdemeanor of 1st Degree; M-2; M-3
    S = Summary

    *Philadelphia County and Federal Cases
    are Handled Differently.


    May You-All Find This Useful.

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