Woman killed in Paso Robles crash

December 22, 2012

A 49-year-old woman died Saturday afternoon after her car went off the roadway into a wooded area near the intersection of Adelaida Road and Nacimiento Lake Drive in Paso Robles.

Mary C. Stacey died at the scene.

In January, Stacey’s family reported her as missing. Police in Wisconsin asked the public to help find Stacey, who they said was homeless but usually stayed in contact with her family.

In February, Stacey called her father to tell him she was in California, according to the Gazette.

California Highway Patrol officers are investigating today’s fatal crash.

 


4 Comments

  1. willieslo says:

    First, many homeless people are homeless despite having caring families.
    :I understand some of that and NOT know why on others!

    Some are homeless by choice
    “I know that!”

    Second, from where do you draw the conclusion that she was looking to the government to make her “middle class?”
    I heard one of them instructing the other two behind Starbucks that if your white, “don’t take a job less than second class!”

    Third, who are the “they” who are looking for a big handout?
    Get on the city transit, you can hear some of the low life’s talk but and smell their stench

    Get off the internet, half of it is BS

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    • willieslo says:

      Above reply to:
      OldNed who says: 12/24/2012 at 5:53 am
      Unless you’re getting additional information from another source, you sure are reading a lot into this article.

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  2. willieslo says:

    If she has caring family, why put herself out to be homeless.
    It is an illusion to believe that government or someone else outside the world will pamper her till she becimes middle class.
    The handout is NOT gonna be as big as they hope for.
    The only thing government and most charity organizations sees in the problem is the justification to make and channel the majority of the big bucks from the public to their favorite people.
    If attorneys becomes advocates on either side or any side of the matter, they stand to rake in big bucks for themselves as well.

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    • OldNed says:

      Unless you’re getting additional information from another source, you sure are reading a lot into this article. First, many homeless people are homeless despite having caring families. Some are homeless because they are mentally ill and resistant to help. Some are homeless by choice. Second, from where do you draw the conclusion that she was looking to the government to make her “middle class?” This article mentions nothing about any history of public assistance. Third, who are the “they” who are looking for a big handout? I did some quick Internet research using her name and home state and found that her family was remaining in contact with local police in an effort to locate her. All I saw was an apparently caring family, not anyone trying to cash in on her life or death. Some cynical members of society read words like homeless and start throwing out all the usual stereotypes, as you’ve done here. Everybody, even a homeless person, has a unique story and attempting, with no basis for doing so, to squeeze that life into preconceived notions may make you feel better and more self-righteous but even that feeling is just an illusion.

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