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Parents found to be properly home-schooling four kids

Judge tosses neglect case

Margie and Richard Cressy smile outside the Montgomery County Court building Wednesday.
Margie and Richard Cressy smile outside the Montgomery County Court building Wednesday.
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Montgomery County Family Court Judge Philip V. Cortese dismissed criminal charges against Richard and Margie Cressy on Wednesday, putting an official end to allegations the couple neglected the education of their four children. But after about five months of turmoil that began with strangers pulling into their driveway, Margie Cressy said things will never be the same for the family. “We’ll never look at a car pulling up to the house the same way again ...


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bookhound
May 27, 2010
4:34 a.m.

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Congratulations to the Cressys, to William Lorman for a good fight on their behalf, and to Ed Munger, Jr. for a great story. I loved how the boys pitched in to run the farm when their dad was laid up.

dlittlecook
May 27, 2010
10:58 a.m.

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I find it very troubling that the "neighbor" made an anonymous tip instead of asking the Cressy's what was going on. The days of friendly neighbors have been replaced with busy bodies who have nothing better to do than stick there nose into other people's business. The neighbor should own up and apologize, or move.

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