GUILTY NC - James Croxton, 62, poisoned, Cumberland County, 14 Nov 2004

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  1. Marie

    Marie Daughter, if you don't remember us...who will?

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    Judy C. Naylor might have gotten away with poisoning her stepfather — who was also her lover — if she had kept quiet.
    Instead, the 42-year-old Naylor will spend the rest of her life in prison.
    Naylor got caught because she told her plan — she called it “the remodeling job” — in letters to her prison-inmate brother.

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  3. hipmamajen

    hipmamajen I love the friends I have gathered together on thi

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    She's just a special brand of stupid, isn't she?
     
  4. less0305

    less0305 The face is familiar, but I can't quite remember m

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    That's an understatement!
     
  5. Taximom

    Taximom Former Member

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    Hmm, I don't know. Maybe they ought to reinvestigate just how Croxton's wife died in the first place! Could be something there!

    (excerpt)After Croxton’s wife Catherine died, James Croxton started visiting Naylor in a Robeson County jail.
    In summer 2004, James Croxton netted about $42,000 from his wife’s life insurance policy after the funeral expenses were paid, Colyer said. He put some down on a new pick-up truck and drove to Lumberton to bail out Naylor. (from above link)
     

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