Man Who Robbed Elderly Marlboro Veteran 3 Times While He Was In Hospital Having Legs Amputated Died Last Night, Co-Conspirator Fiance Starts Suspect Fundraiser
In April we reported on a story out of Marlborough about a 68 year old veteran who had his legs amputated after brush fire in his backyard got out of control. While he was in the hospital, fighting for his life, two drug addicts who knew he wasn’t home, targeted and robbed him on three separate days.
Sarah Hampton and Joseph Migliaccio were both arrested, but to my knowledge neither of them went to jail. But if you do stuff like this Karma will catch up to you eventually, which is what happened to Migliaccio who apparently died last night.
Some people might say it’s cruel to celebrate the death of anyone, no matter how deplorable they are. I am not one of these people. This was an unrepentant and evil criminal. Every day he was allowed to walk free on this earth he was a threat to decent, law abiding people. What he did to that veteran was heinous and despicable, and I can say with confidence that the world is a better place without him.
His “fiance” Sarah has a case of hurt feelings, but it’s not stopping her from exploiting his death to raise money for what will ultimately most likely be her drug money fund.
According to her she sat with his dead body for three hours, hoping he’d rise fro the dead.
Translation – he overdosed and she had to get rid of the stash before calling the cops.
I love happy endings.
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