Suicide victim's sister says sheriff's deputy harassed him over arrest warrant, seeks apology

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  • Updated: June 27, 2013 - 6:35 PM

MOSCOW, Idaho — The sister of a 19-year-old Pullman, Wash., man who committed suicide last weekend is seeking an apology from an Idaho sheriff's deputy she says harassed her brother via Facebook in the days before his death.

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dahutysJun. 28, 13 3:03 PM

I'm sorry that his sister is feeling pain, but if her brother truly wanted to turn his life around, he would have ended the "harassment" by turning himself in and facing the music for his actions. If you don't want the cops to taunt you that you're the most wanted man in the county, then you shouldn't be doing drugs, committing burglaries, violating your probation and skipping your court dates.

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djcrazyJul. 1, 13 5:33 AM

Hmm. I don't understand why he didn't just change his facebook settings, use the block feature, and delete the original message.

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