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POMEROY — A display that was to honor and remember victims of crime in Meigs County now has a piece missing after the boots of one homicide victim were taken earlier this week. Theda Petrasko, director of the Meigs County Victims Assistance Office, said the boots of James W. Gardner had been placed by his family as part of the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week display on the Pomeroy parking lot. The victim’s family states that their deceased father was not an extravagant person, but to the deceased victim, this was an extravagance that he allowed himself to buy and wear. Event organizers are asking that the boots be returned.

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