IN - James Chadwell II, 42, arrested after girl 9, found in his home, Lafayette, 19 Apr 2021 #3

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  1. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I don't think there's any way to predict someone will have a blackout by their behavior. The only way to know for sure is later on, when the person doesn't remember certain things they said or did while they were drinking. Imo
     
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    CBC has been charged with attempted murder. "A conviction for attempted murder rivals the severity of penalties as with a conviction for murder in Indiana."
    https://www.eskewlaw.com/criminal-defense-lawyer/attempted-murder-indiana/

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    IN - James Chadwell II, 42, arrested after girl 9, found in his home, Lafayette, 19 Apr 2021 #2

    IN - James Chadwell II, 42, arrested after girl 9, found in his home, Lafayette, 19 Apr 2021 #2

    If convicted, he deserves the maximum extra years added to his sentence.
     
  3. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    Exactly. IIRC he did love his grandpop.

    Jack Nicholson thought his mother was his sister until in his 30's. Time magazine came out with the truth right before "Chinatown".
    O/T but still wild.

    This JBC will have psych evaluations out the wazzzzoooo. I just hope this little girl gets all the help she needs. The very best, and continue to be a survivor.
     
  4. RaspberryMama

    RaspberryMama Well-Known Member

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    From the article:

    "Chadwell, 42, was born in Kokomo, Indiana, to a mother who was only 15 at the time.

    The following year she married James Chadwell, and they went on to have two more boys and a girl."

    And

    "Chadwell - who uses the name Brian to distinguish himself from James Brian Chadwell Sr, the man who raised him..."

    His mother named him after the man she married a year later? I feel like there's more to that story. Undoubtedly, he had a very disturbed childhood. Not making excuses AT ALL. Just always curious about what leads a person down this sort of path.
     
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    Usually a fascination with the combination of sex and violence during puberty brought on by physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse.
     
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    That’s a bit sketchy! I’d be curious to know more about that incident.
     
  7. Tnsmith0712

    Tnsmith0712 Former Member

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    What the offender did in both the nine-year-old child attack and the Delphi case especially was sadistic. Alcohol may be involved but this person is well in control of each facet of their behavior in these two cases in my opinion. The police report will be released and will document any signs of alcohol.
     
  8. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    The record of divorce would have to be recorded in the same county/state of the marriage license was applied for, wouldn't it? Maybe the other person died (accidentally or otherwise), in which case there would be no record of divorce.

    *OR, maybe still married to that person but the parties never went back to court for the final decree to be issued.

    In any case, this guy doesn't seem to be able to sustain any sort of relationship.

    JMO
     
  9. SMK777

    SMK777 Well-Known Member

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  10. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    I would imagine he is in solitary right now as a disciplinary action.
     
  11. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    Maybe they were housed together purposely.
     
  12. TLobo

    TLobo Well-Known Member

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    I wondered if his mom had been dating JBC Sr while she was pregnant and decided to name her baby - whom she expected to raise with JBC Sr, even though he had a different bio dad - after him as a way to kind of cement their "family bond." Clearly it didn't work out so well, but she was also 15/16 at the time.
     
  13. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    Having been a Booking/Classification lieutenant, I can tell you that their housing will be with an arrestee with 'like' charges. IOW, you would not put someone having been arrested with having outstanding traffic tickets with someone charged with what Chadwell is charged with. That should hold true even if you have to shuffle some to other cells to make room for a new arrestee. Happens every day.
     
  14. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    True. You cannot house unsentenced inmates with sentenced inmates (in my state). Any sentence over 12 to 18 months will go to a regional facility for induction into the Department of Corrections.

    JMO
     
  15. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    I think LE may have wanted someone to observe the way he walks, IMO. He also might have had a 'shock device' on.

    *O/T - posted way more than I have posted in a long time. Going back to lurk mode!
     
  16. everlearning

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    @LaLaw2000 *O/T - posted way more than I have posted in a long time. Going back to lurk mode![/QUOTE]

    Fellow Louisianian here. I always enjoy your input. Don't lurk too much!
     
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    I appreciate your posts that come from experience. Don't lurk too far in the backgound.

    jmo
     
  18. LaLaw2000

    LaLaw2000 Louisiana

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    Fellow Louisianian here. I always enjoy your input. Don't lurk too much![/QUOTE]

    Thank you!
     
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    if I recall correctly, the other inmate that JBC 2 was housed with had been charged with having nude images of his 17 year old girlfriend on his cellphone, so that would be considered child pornography and a child sex crime.
     
  20. Kimpossible31

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    I agree and this has bothered me too. What did she call him that first year? Did he have a name before she changed his name? How does that work? I thought to legally change a name you had to do it through court, etc, is this the case here?
     
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