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Parents say they won’t stop until they see justice

Parents say they won't stop until they see justice

@CBSCourtney has the story:

  • On May 9, 2013, Ponce cut the monitor and became a fugitive.
  • When 10News WTSP spoke to Wade Angel in December of 2015, he predicted how Ponce would get caught.
  • Lynn Angel says their grieving process stalled on anger the day Ponce ran.
  • Over the past three years, Wade Angel has become an investigator.
  • “We got our guy,” Wade Angel said as he choked back tears and then laughed.

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@10NewsWTSP: “Parents say they won’t stop until they see justice

@CBSCourtney has the story:”


After 1,188 days on the run, Christopher Ponce is back in custody and the family of the man who troopers say he killed is hoping this time they’ll see justice. 


Parents say they won’t stop until they see justice

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