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Appleton Arrest Records Online

Arrest records for Margaret Appleton are available on Lexington's "Division of Community Corrections" web site, as are those for other former Adair Countians. According to the listings, Appleton has been in custody more than once since early 2001, for charges ranging from failure to pay fines to possession to endangering the welfare of a minor. Appleton was recently charged in the triple murder of the Wellnitz family 10 years ago in Columbia.

In addition to the history of arrests, the site includes biographical information and photographs of offenders. Appleton's details are linked here.

(Thanks to "Baltimore Bill" for showing us this web site.)

Note: while the link above should work for all platforms, several functions of the web site do not work well on a number of modern browsers. We were unable to use some search and navigation features with either Mozilla or Safari, although we had few problems using most Explorer variants.

Previous columbiamagazine.com stories on the Wellnitz case: Appleton and Meece Plead Innocent; KSP arrest two in Wellnitz Case - Kentucky.



This story was posted on 2003-04-14 08:04:51
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