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Monday, March 17, 2008

[MS] Angie's people

Previous blog entry from 2006:
[MS] Newly retired Major McClendon's defense for killing Angelia?
...Jackson County Jail Warden Major Randy R. McClendon, who retired as warden of Jackson County Adult Detention Center in June - TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH HIS WIFE ANGELIA - will claim "nonviolent abuse" as his defense for MURDERING her...
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EXCERPTS FROM THE COMMENTS SECTION OF TOPIX:
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JANICE MARTIN
Oct 18, 2007
...I AM ANGIE'S AUNT IT IS REALLY HARD ON US BUT WE ARE GOING TO BE ANGIE'S VOICE. RANDY TOOK HERS BUT WE WILL FIGHT UNTIL THE END OF TIME. SHE WOULD FOR US. JANICE
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JANICE MARTIN
Oct 18, 2007
RANDY MCCLENDON KILLED ANGIE COLD HEARTED AND COLD BLOODED. HE HAS ADMITTED TO IT LAST WEEK TO HER MOTHER FOR THE SECOND TIME IN FRONT OF MY DAUGHTER. HIS MOTHER WAS KILLED WITH HIS GUN WHEN HE WAS IN HIGH SCHOOL. THERE WAS ANOTHER CASE OF A GIRL THE CAR FIT RANDY'S CAR DESCRIPTION STILL UNSOLVED, ANOTHER GIRL HE SHUT UP IN A ROOM AND TOLD HER HE WOULD KILL HER. LOTS OF UNSOLVED CASES IN JACKSON COUNTY. JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT. DEPUTY GOOD COVER UP. BY THE WAY ANGIE WAS UNDER AGE WHEN HE PICKED HER OUT. AGAINST THE LAW I THINK SO. TOOK HER TO PARTIES. A MAN WROTE ABOUT IT IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER, BUT OH HE'S DEAD TOO NOW. SOUNDS LIKE A SERIAL KILLER ON THE LOOSE. KEEP YOUR YOUNG CHILDREN AWAY TOO CHILD PORN WAS A SECRET ANGIE FOUND OUT ABOUT. SEEMS FUNNY HE DECIDED TO KILL HER. HE GOT OUT ON BOND AND WENT TO ARKANSAS, BUT THAT FAMILY DIDN'T WANT HIM THERE AFTERALL. SENT HIM BACK TO COCKLESHELL LN. POOR RANDY SOUNDS LIKE SUICIDE WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA FOR HIM OR LETHAL INJECTION.
ANGIE'S AUNT JANICE
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brother
Waynesboro, GA
Jan 13, 2008
this is angies brother. i appreciate the people that has stood by and up for my sister. A LOT of people dont understand that randy is very, very, very controlling. you want to talk about verbal abuse. he belittle angie so bad she used cry and leave. so i dont blame her for wanting to leave him. lost gem of the south sounds like you have seriuos issues.
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Kim
Crestview, FL
Jan 14, 2008
He is indicted for Murder and is set to go to trial on February 25, 2008. The trial more than likely will not go due to the heavy docket and this is a "newer" case and only it's second setting.
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Brother
Waynesboro, GA
Jan 14, 2008
Major R. R. Mcclendon used to be like a father to me but, not anymore. I always felt like there was a darkside to him. His mother supposedly shot herself in the head with his revolver when he was in his early 20's. What a suprise. But yet it is not being investigated.I will point that out in court. Good night.
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her mother
Feb 8, 2008
I miss my daughter and my sister, major mcclendon always said we seemed like sisters,instead of Mother and Daughter. I have had to move away from Jackson County, I have had to at 62, start over with my life, in a twinkling of an eye, my life has been changed, so has my son's, and her honary sisters Kim and Lisa, major mcclendon was the only father he knew when he was growing up. I have been in the hospital because I can not cope with this tragedy and go on with my life, until the trial is over. It has been continued again, another let down. he is walking around free, and my daughter is dead. at least I know she is in HEAVEN, I was there when she was saved. We all make mistakes, I know I have made more than my share. Thank you'all so much for the nice words you said about her, please continue to pray for us.\
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Her brother
Augusta, GA
Feb 8, 2008
Be thankful for who you have and what you have. Never take things for granted,cause it can be taken from you in a blink of an eye. GOD BLESS.

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Her brother
Augusta, GA
Saturday Feb 16
I thank GOD every day for the things that I have and the family I,ve got left. Most important my mom is doing well and is finally coping with this tradegy that we,ve all been going through.
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Her brother
Augusta, GA
Saturday Mar 1
I'm off to spend the day the day with my family. Days like this is good for me, but is also sad because I think about my sister. Thanks to everyone that has supported my sister.
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12 comments:

  1. McClendon returns to Gautier
    The Mississippi Press
    By CHERIE WARD
    Thursday, January 11, 2007

    GAUTIER -- Randy McClendon, accused in the shooting death of his wife, is living in the house the couple once called home, according to her family members.

    Angie McClendon was shot and killed on Oct. 12, 2006. Her husband, a former major of the Jackson County Adult Detention Center, is charged in connection with her death.

    At McClendon's initial hearing, Gautier Judge Gary Roberts set bail at $100,000 and added two provisions. McClendon can reside in Arkansas with his brothers John McClendon and Donnie McClendon providing he makes all of his court appearances, and that he is to have no contact with his wife's family.

    "He's back and in their home," said Penny Foreman, Angie McClendon's cousin. "And we're not sure what happened to her car. She loved that car and we don't know if he sold it, let it go back to the bank or what. He's just free and living his life."

    Foreman said that McClendon has upheld the "no contact" condition, but the family has been told he spent about a month in Arkansas and then returned to Gautier.

    Foreman said Angie McClendon's family appreciates the requirement for no contact, but they feel authorities investigating the case have left them "out of the loop."

    "We don't know anything except hearsay," Foreman said. "We've just been told little bits and pieces of things. I know some things are rumors and that's to be expected. We just want to know what's actually happening."

    Foreman said the family has been told by law enforcement officials that the case against McClendon has been closed and that he should appear before the grand jury any day.

    Assistant District Attorney Bryce Wiggins said McClendon's appearance before the grand jury is undetermined at this time due to the ongoing murder investigation.

    Wiggins also said the district attorney's office would not prosecute the case because McClendon's career with Jackson County law enforcement created a conflict of interest for the district attorney's office.

    Wiggins said District Attorney Tony Lawrence filed a motion for a special prosecutor on Jan. 4 and local attorney Lee Young will take over the case.

    Lt. Jason Pugh of the Gautier Police Department confirmed the investigation is continuing and said it will be presented to the grand jury when it's completed.

    Foreman said Angie McClendon's family is concerned about the case because of McClendon's ties to law enforcement.

    "They think he (Randy McClendon) has too many connections with the sheriff's department," Foreman said. "They don't trust anyone, and we are terrified that he's going to walk away from this."

    Foreman said the family has even contacted Attorney General Jim Hood who told them the AG's office would keep an eye on the case, but unless there was some kind of wrongdoing, they would not insist on a change of venue.

    Reporter Cherie Ward can be reached at cward@themississippipress.com or (228) 934-1442.

    http://www.gulflive.com/news/mississippipress/news.ssf?/base/news/1168514144271730.xml

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  2. MY NOTES AS I WAIT

    Oct 14, 2006
    [MS] JUST-RETIRED CO. SHERIFF'S WARDEN KILLS WIFE ANGELIA MCCLENDON
    (I get exhausted with the bulk of attention always going to the killer.) ...Law enforcement officials who worked with him were shocked to hear he had been charged with shooting his wife, Angelia A. McClendon, 41, at their home on Cockleshell Lane... Angelia McClendon, a court reporter, was excited about the prospects of spending more time with her husband when he announced he would step down last summer...

    Oct 14, 2006
    [MS] WIFE-KILLER MAJ. MCCLENDON'S YADA YADA YADA JUST A FEW MONTHS AGO
    [From 2 articles in June of 2006] ...After 30 years, first as a patrol deputy and then as the administrator of the Jackson County Adult Detention Center, Maj. Randy McClendon is hanging up his badge... "Bottom line, I'm just ready to go on and spend time with my own family"... "I love what I do, but it's time for me to have a family of my own," he said... As his retirement nears, McClendon said he's getting excited about spending more time with his wife, Angie, and their dog, Donnie. He said he's looking forward to reuniting with his siblings in Arkansas, where the family owns a large soybean farming business...

    Oct 17, 2006
    [MS] WIFE-KILLER EX-MAJ. MCCLENDON - THE I-WAS-ABUSED DEFENSE?
    [It's looking like former Jackson County Jail Warden Major Randy R. McClendon, who retired as warden of Jackson County Adult Detention Center in June will claim "nonviolent abuse" as his defense for murdering his wife Angelia. He's bailing out. Wouldn't want him to have to sit it out in a jail. No no.] ...Former Jackson County jail Warden Randy McClendon was expected to bond out of jail Monday night on a $100,000 bond set by Gautier Municipal Court Judge Gary Roberts. The judge also agreed to a provision that would allow McClendon to stay with family in Arkansas for a short time as long as he made all of his court appearances... Angelia McClendon's mother was overcome with grief after the hearing, openly crying while others consoled her and offered her water... Before court Monday, [McClendon's attorney Calvin] Taylor said much information would come out in court that would be a surprise. Taylor stopped short of saying that his client had suffered spousal abuse, but he did say, "I think there was certainly nonviolent emotional abuse taking place and directed at and toward Mr. McClendon"...

    Oct 17, 2006
    [MS] "TEARS FROM ANGIE MCCLENDON'S FAMILY AND FRIENDS ECHOED..."
    Family members of a murdered Gautier woman say they already see signs of special treatment for the man accused of killing her... granted bond... "He came in a nice fresh haircut, freshly groomed, great outfit, dressed to the hilt, casually speaking. We expected him to be in a jail suit. He did not have handcuffs on, he didn't have shackles on. He committed murder. He took a life. He took a life and he walks in and is treated with more respect than everyone else in the room"... "If this trial takes place here, she will not get the justice she deserves.... He will go free. He's already free. Who gets to commit murder and travel out of state? He gets to go to Arkansas."... Tears from Angie McClendon's family and friends echoed throughout the room as Randy McClendon's bail was set at a $100,000... Angie McClendon's family was outraged by the bail setting. As they flooded the parking lot, Angie McClendon's mother, Joy Bailey, had to be carried, surrounded by police, to her vehicle"...

    Oct 19, 2006
    [MS] FAMILY OF DEPUTY'S SLAIN WIFE ANGELIA: WE'RE THE ONLY VOICE SHE HAS
    ..."He was treated this way because of his impeccable record. They made that very clear. He was entitled to bond because he'd served his community well and had an impeccable record. His impeccable record's not on trial here. He's on trial for the murder of his wife, not his record. His record, he destroyed when he pulled that trigger after having 30 years of law enforcement training being able to control his own vessel"... "Somebody has to speak out for her because he took her voice. We're the only voice she has. She can't speak up for herself. He made sure of that," Ford said...

    Oct 19, 2006
    [MS] SLAIN-WIFE'S FAMILY SAYS DEP. MAJ. MCCLENDON CASE MUST BE MOVED
    [ALSO VIDEO] ...Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus said --there was no physical abuse, but Foremen disagreed. "She looked like she was beat up. She had a bruise on her arm and a knot on he head. Her face was all swollen... We were told she was shot in the heart at point blank range," she said... "I've never experienced anything like that. He's (Randy McClendon) got too many connections down here," Foreman said. "He could hold this up for years. Angie will get no justice in Jackson or Harrison County. We have to move it." Randy McClendon did not attend his wife's funeral, according to Foreman. Instead he arrived at the Heritage Funeral Home at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning and said a private goodbye...

    Jan 12, 2007
    [MS] RECENTLY RET. MAJ. MCCLENDON LIVES IN HOUSE HE KILLED WIFE ANGIE IN
    Randy McClendon, accused in the shooting death of his wife, is living in the house the couple once called home... "He's back and in their home," said Penny Foreman, Angie McClendon's cousin. "And we're not sure what happened to her car. She loved that car and we don't know if he sold it, let it go back to the bank or what. He's just free and living his life"... "We don't know anything except hearsay," Foreman said... Foreman said the family has been told by law enforcement officials that the case against McClendon has been closed and that he should appear before the grand jury any day...

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  3. AnonymousMay 08, 2008

    5/8/2008

    Angie was a dear friend of mine. I met her at the youth court where I was an attorney. She was just a ball of sunshine. She could keep us laughing/smiling all day long, while we worked under such difficult circumstances. The youth court, the world, will never be the same without her. Not a day goes by that I don't think about her and wonder when they are going to finally lock Randy up. I can't imagine how Angie's family feels. PLEASE keep me updated on when his trial is, where - I want to go. I would so appreciate it. And, Angie's family, I am so very, very sorry for your loss.
    Sherry Wilson
    826-0402
    swil0402@bellsouth.net

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  4. I think I can remember to do that!
    Dateline asked me for some stinky cases - well not in those words - and Angies is one of them I pointed out.

    Hugz

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  5. AnonymousMay 16, 2008

    I want to talk to them...dateline...send me a link please of the person you talked to. I cannot tell you who I am but you know me. It is time for me to talk and get the real story out there. I have been hiding long enough, my legal team agrees. I will contact you with an id ok.

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  6. I do want to talk to dateline. Can you forward my email information please.

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  7. Dateline is waiting and I don't know how to tell them to contact you.

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  8. It's all in place and how it should be now.

    Thank you to those who I've talked with.

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  9. THE SENTENCING WILL BE OCTOBER 21, 2008. PLEASE BE THERE.

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  10. Not that her actions condone murder by any means. But I am surprised at the lack of knowledge people including her family seemed to have of her true personality, she was coniving, viscous and threatening to those who knew her in the yahoo chat community. While Randy was trying to patch things up, she was out and about filandering and setting up dates over the internet. Funny how something that significant can be overlooked.

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  11. To whoever sent the message about Angie - no way will I post that.

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  12. "Hey this is jason. Has anyone heard anything about randy?"

    Mississippi Department of Corrections
    RANDY MCCLENDON
    MDOC# - 143340
    Name: - RANDY MCCLENDON
    Race - WHITE
    Sex - MALE
    Date of Birth - 8/2/1953
    Entry Date - 10/21/2008
    Location - SMCI
    Unit - SMCI 1
    Location Change Date - 7/3/2013 7:18:06 PM
    Total Length - 20 YEARS
    Offense - MANSLAUGHTER
    Sentence Length - 20 YEARS
    County of Conviction - JACKSON
    Tentative Release - 6/17/2022
    http://www.mdoc.state.ms.us/InmateDetails.asp?PassedId=143340

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