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Culpepper Sentenced for Felony Elder Abuse

Culpepper

A Columbus Police Officer’s wife has been sentenced to ten years in prison. Sherrill Culpepper, 53, wife of CPD Lt. Glenn Culpepper, was sentenced on Monday for felony abuse to an elderly person.
The incident occurred in 2010 when Culpepper admitted to willfully inflicting pain or physically injury on a vulnerable person. Culpepper, a licenced nurse, heated a flat iron and then put it to the person’s skin. Culpepper appeared before Circuit Court Judge Lee Coleman and was sentenced to ten years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections and up to five years post-release supervision. She was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine. The case was prosecuted by the Attorney General’s Medial Fraud Unit.

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78 comments

  1. I feel sorry for her husband..If he didn’t know what his wife was doing!!And as far as she is concerned I want to vomitt!!I take care of sick people daily..How dare her do this!!!If she was burnt out!!!Take some time off!!!She makes me SICK!!!!

  2. susie herron

    What she did is unexcuseable but we shouldnt look down on her husband . I’m very sure he did not have a clue thhis was going on, he is a respectable officer of the law and very family oriented . My prayers are with him for I’m sure this hit him pretty hard.

  3. Robert

    Great another low life scumbag taken off the streets. I’m sure Big Bertha’s looking forward to showing Sherrill some fun time with the other female inmates. By the time she gets out of jail I’m sure she would have had lots of love encounters with her frisky cell mates. Hope u enjoy your time in the Big House u piece of Sh#T.

  4. Being a nurse, this is SO tragic to me! I simply don’t understand how ANYONE could do this to anyone, much less a helpless elderly person. I’m sorry, but we don’t need nurses like this in OUR profession! They just might take care of me or you & our loved ones one day! Nope, don’t think so!

  5. Mary Thompson

    She made a terrible mistake but everyone needs forgiveness &, a second chance, She will be and has been punished what if it was you or one of your family members. I see both sides of the story, I wouldn’t want my loved ones hurt but lets not be so hard
    on someone thats already down. If we don’t forgive God will not forgive us.

  6. Mary Thompson

    we need to treat people as we would want to be treated if this was one our loved ones. we are suppose to love our neighbors as our selves. Just pray for her and her family because she is somebody’s mother, sister, daughter or wife ,I think that is what we all would want if this was us!!1

  7. I want my children to hav the same educational opportunity like the children here in Hicksville, USA.. Basically it’s Good schools in all Hickville areas of the country. Don’t you agree. Lol

  8. Robert

    Hey Derick
    Come on man you know we are living in Hicksville. That’s nothing to be ashamed of. After all this is a small country town located in the heart of the South.
    We love our fried chicken,black eyed peas,turnip greens and corn bread. Oh I almost forgot our Dawgs in Starkville. Go Dawgs. Stand up and be proud Derick

  9. Brad Stanback

    Great, I don’t feel sorry for him nor any other Columbus Po Po that’s serves him right I cannot stand the CPD or any of their coharts they are as worthless as they get. That poor lady.

  10. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    A shameful and criminal act on a defenseless patient under her care. But how is a ten- year sentence in Mississippi’s gulag gonna’ change her behavior.
    There must another way than this Old Testament “eye for an eye.” Loss of her nurse’s license, the $5000 fine and being ostracised by her peer community seem fit “punishment.” Lest we forget, the POTUS and Eric Holder sanction the torture of “suspect” human beings on a mass scale at GITMO and other “rendition” sites throughout the world.

      • JohnnyPhillipMorris

        Malicious prosecution in the vulnerable adult case— not felony adult abuse as stated in the article–for someone who had no prior criminal record, resulted from the called-for ten year sentence. She lost forever her ability for gainful employment and is to pay a $5000 fine. What more do you want? A pound of flesh, too!

        The offense was burning a patient in care with a hot iron. Your POTUS carries out extra judicial lynchings by homicidal drones each week on vulnerable adults and children in Pakistan and other parts of the Arab Middle East…and still covets his Nobel Prize for Peace.What punishment would you mete out to your President that would fit the war crimes that he conducts on a daily basis?
        Can you respond without CAPS?

  11. OldLawyer

    This woman should be made a trusty at the women’s prison in charge of counseling incorrigible inmates. For those of lower range mental abilities, THIS IS A JOKE.

    Her life will not be pleasant inside. Inmates will not look kindly on her.

  12. Robert

    You are right Old Lawyer. She will get lots and lots of love
    from her fellow inmates and i’m sure by the time she’s ready to leave will have a few new girlfriends. She’s probably looking forward and dreaming of her new found romances in tha Big House with Big Bertha and the girls. One things for sure she will never be lonely. LOL Lots of FUN times await Sherrill aka The Wicked Witch. Oh by the way Sherrill please keep us and The Packet updated on your new love life.

  13. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    What is with these hang’em high judges, prosecutors and jurors?

    That poor student over in Starkville, Jeffrey Hill, just got three years in prison after Allgood tried him for possession(in his apartment on campus) of a Russian Revolution-era Moison Nagant 7.62 x 54(single shot bolt action) and 440 rounds of ammunition. The first trial ended in a “hung jury.”

    And like Lemmings to the sea, the local yokels and bible-thumpers rushed to the polls to put Allgood back in office for four more years.

    I think that it was H.L. Mencken who said to never underestimate the stupidity of the American voter.

  14. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Mencken’s actual quote:

    “No one in this world, so far as I know — and I have searched the records for years, and employed agents to help me — has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby.”

  15. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Mencken on DA Allgood(sic):

    The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.~H. L. Mencken

  16. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    More on how the persecution of Jeffrey Hill by Allgood, and how his anti-gun crusade sets the stage for the Feds to target lawful gunowners in felony violation of the Federal Gun-Free School Zone Act. This police state legislation was passed under Bill Clinton. House Resolution 2613 to repeal this act was introduced in July 21, 2011 by Dr. Ron Paul.
    But the repeal bill is still locked up in the judiciary commitee.

    How many lawful gun owners in the GT area can honestly say that they are not everyday in felony violating of the Federal GFSZA as they drive within 1000 feet of a K-12 school and subject to a five-year prison term and a $5000 fine?

    DefinitionsTitle 18 U.S.C. §921(25) The term “school zone” means— (A) in, or on the grounds of, a public, parochial or private school; or (B) within a distance of 1,000 feet from the grounds of a public, parochial or private school. (26) The term “school” means a school which provides elementary or secondary education, as determined under State law.

    [edit] PenaltyTitle 18 U.S.C Section 924(a) establishes the penalty for violating GFSZA:

    Whoever violates the Act shall be fined not more than $5,000, imprisoned for not more than 5 years, or both. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the term of imprisonment imposed under this paragraph shall not run concurrently with any other term of imprisonment imposed under any other provision of law.
    Note: A conviction under the GFSZA will cause an individual to become a “prohibited person” under the Gun Control Act of 1968. This will bar them from legally owning firearms for the rest of their life.

    [edit] Effect[edit] Deterrence of unlicensed carryingMost states allow some form of unlicensed carry by law-abiding citizens.[10] This may be open-carry,[10] vehicle-carry,[11] or concealed carry without the need for a permit.[12] The Federal GFSZA deters unlicensed carry by making it a federal crime for an unlicensed individual to travel into a “Gun Free School Zone.” [13][14][15][16] The large number of K-12 schools in developed areas makes it difficult for an individual to travel any distance without entering a Gun Free School Zone.[2][13][14][16]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun-Free_School_Zones_Act_of_1990

  17. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    “They” got Weeksville’s Byron Weeks’ gun. And they got Starkville’s Jeffrey Hill’s gun.

    When will thy get yours?

  18. Terry

    Johnny… — What do your rantings about guns have to do with a nurse who admitted abusing her patient.

  19. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The common denominator:Malicious prosecution in both cases.

    Ten years in Mississippi’s gulag for patient abuse?

    Three years in prison for possession of a bolt action “Russian” rifle.

    Try to pay attention.

    • bob marley

      MISTREATING AN OLD PERSON AND HAVING A GUN IS NOT THE SAME ???? DUH ! MAALICIOUS PROSECUTION NO “YOU” PAY ATTENTION

  20. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The abuse of the “vulnerable”(severely handicapped) victim occurred in 2009 when the victim was 37 years of age. It was not felony elder abuse.

    Loss of nurse Culpepper’s license and the $5000 fine would seem fit punishment for the crime. Why a ten-year incarceration? What is gained by this Old Testament vengeance?

    I cannot find what the State has set as the minimum punishment for this crime.

    Check this out:

    http://lincolncounty.wlbt.com/news/crime/59057-four-caregivers-sentenced-starting-nursing-home-fight

  21. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Adam Boterf…Adam Boterf…Adam Boterf..

    Where had I heard that name? Sounds like some South Louisiana coonass name, but then I remembered, as I was reading the CD account of the child fondling charges that the Lowndes County persecutor and his three-judge judicial junta have lodged against D.R. McElhenney, charging him with fondling his 11-year old granddaughter, that Adam Boterf has claimed that his father-in-law, D.R. McElhenney, fondled his 11-year old daughter.

    Adam Boterf was the alleged kidnap victim of Ronnie Mitchener almost ten years ago, when Mitchener held him against his will at gunpoint for several hours, then releasing him. Mitchener thought that Boterf was a hitman sent out to kill him. Boterf pressed charges and Mitchener was charged with kidnapping and underwent a mental examination at the State hospital to determine if he was fit to stand trial. He was.

    Mitchener claims that he had a plea deal– negotiated by his attorney Jack Brown with Judge Kitchens–to plead guilty and that he would be sentenced to time served and probation. When Mitchener pled guilty, Jim Kitchens sentenced him to twenty-years in prison. Someone lied and I don’t think it was Ronnie Mitchener.
    Mitchener appealed his conviction to no avail. His currently serving his twenty-year sentence.

    …The Court has reviewed Jack Brown’s testimony and the
    documentary evidence before it in Mitchener’s criminal file. The
    Court is satisfied that in explaining the potential outcomes available
    to Mitchener, Brown would have told him that he could get anything
    from time served to probation to prison and a fine. Additionally, this
    Court told Mitchener that he could receive up to thirty years in prison
    and be fined $10,000. This Court credits Mr. Brown’s denial that he
    promised Mitchener probation and that Adam Boterf would not be
    called to testifY at his sentencing hearing
    . The Court also notes that
    certainly Mitchener would have questioned the necessity of a
    sentencing hearing after his November 12,2004 plea ifhe had already
    been promised probation. Likewise, Mrs. Chandler with her
    considerable experience with the MDCO surely would have raised
    concerns about the need for a sentencing hearing when probation had
    been allegedly promised. This Court notes that Mr. Brown has been
    a lawyer in this State for many years and is in good standing. This
    Court also notes that Mr. Brown will gladly try a case if need be. Mr.
    Brown does not have the reputation of allegedly lying to or
    misleading his criminal defendants into pleading guilty. In fact, this
    is the first such allegation against Mr. Brown that this Court is
    personally aware of…

  22. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    snippet…

    …During the defense’s presentation of witnesses, Ray portrayed McElhenney in a much different light, pleading with jurors to see McElhenney as a kind, loving grandfather who was the victim of years of bad blood between himself and Adam Boterf.

    “This was an estranged family,” said Ray. “This is about a father who did not get along with his son-in-law.”

    Mike McElhenney, D.R.’s oldest son, was Ray’s first witness to take the stand.

    Mike McElhenney said he was close with his sister, Wendy, until she dropped out of the University of Southern Mississippi to marry Adam Boterf.

    “They were married by Richard Vaden at his church and cabinet shop in West Point,” Mike McElhenney said. “They were members of Vaden’s church, and this created problems among our family.”

    Vaden was convicted in Noxubee County Circuit Court in 2006 of two counts of fondling his daughters. He appealed his case and the conviction was upheld. Ray was also Vaden’s attorney.

    Mike McElhenney said he recalled nothing out of the ordinary about the day in question.

    Read more: http://www.cdispatch.com/news/article.asp?aid=17091#ixzz1vBga5DxC

  23. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    correction: The fondling charge is against D.R. McElhenney, the grandfather of the 11-year old daughter of Adam Boterf and his wife Wendy.

  24. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The alleged fondling incident claim by Adam Boterf goes back to 2009 when McElhenney’s grandaughter was 11 years old.

    Lest we forget, the “investigator” in the McElhenney fondling case, Greg Wright, also organized last year’s kill team(“rescue team,” he claims) down in Artesia to “save” John Montgomery’s mother from her son. Had Virginia been allowed to talk to her son, John Montgomery would not have ended up dead with four 9mm. bullets in his chest.

    http://test.columbuspacket.com/packet/2011/05/14/firefight-with-deputies-ends-in-tragedy/

  25. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    So, the judge declares a mistrial after only three hours of juror deliberations?

    And the assistant DA already promising the retrial of Mr. McElhenney… with a prosecution-friendly “select” jury, of course.

    If “Doris” is ever to get his Perry Mason moment, his defense team’s got to find a Paul Drake.

  26. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Obviously, some Lowndes County “hung(sic) jurors” knew the meaning of the term “reasonable doubt” in Doris McElhenney’s trial.

    snippet

    …“If the state has failed to prove any of these elements
    beyond a reasonable doubt, then you shall find the Defendant not guilty in Count 1.” There was an
    identical instruction for the other two counts of fondling. The trial court also granted instruction D-6
    which stated: “The Court instructs the jury that a reasonable doubt may arise from the whole of the
    evidence, the conflict of the evidence, the lack of evidence, or the insufficiency of the evidence; but
    however it arises, if it arises, it is your sworn duty to find the defendant ‘Not Guilty.’

    From Richard Vaden’s unsuccessful appeal to the MSSC:

    http://statecasefiles.justia.com/documents/mississippi/court-of-appeals/CO40815.pdf

  27. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The only reason that a “new trial” is justified would be for the discovery of new evidence, not shopping around for a bunch of dumb-downed Mississippi jurors of which this State holds all records.

  28. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    More on the Doris McElhenney case that DA Allgood threatens to retry with a more DA-friendly jury– but the same “fondling” evidence. He was successful in the retrying the 42-year old MSU student observed in possession of a SOVIET-made, bolt action curio rifle from the 1917 Bolshevik revolution. Allgood’s courtroom antics add new meaning to that lawerly threat, “grind the bastards down.” I forget the Latin.

    Case studies where gullible jurors believed the coached testimony– in this case from kids at pre-school daycare centers–of staff workers performing bizarre sexual acts on pre-schoolers. Probably the Mother of All Pre-School Sexual Abuse cases occurred in the 1990s at the MacMartin Pre-Scool Day Care in California. This case became a made-for-TV movie. The second most infamous case was the Little Rascals Pre-School Daycare Center case in Endenten, North Carolina. That case was the subject of a PBS Frontline investigation. And we thought that the child sexual abuse hysteria had passed.

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/innocence/etc/other.html

  29. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    To Doris~

    Don’t let’em drag you down.
    Check out Adam Boterf. Why did Jim Kitchens send Ronnie Mitchener to prison for twenty years on a alleged kidnapping claim from your own accuser. Yes, Mitchener pled guilty, believing that there was a plea deal between his lawyer, Jack Brown, and Judge Jim Kitchens that he(Mitchener) would receive a sentence of time served and probation.

    Because of Judge Kitchens, a jury was never allowed to hear testimony from the accuser or the defendant in order to determine the truth as to what really happened between Ronnie Mitchener and Adam Boterf in the woods of Noxubee county on that fateful day.

    Kidnapping?

    Pfft!

    illegitimis non carborundum

  30. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    I’d be interesting to learn if the “therapy” sessions and investigator Wright’s interrogations were taped?

  31. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Following is a 2001 interview with Ileana Flores who was forced to confess that her husband was guilty as charged in the infamous Country Walk child sexual abuse case of Dade county, Florida.

    She speaks about her jailhouse visits by Jane Reno, then Dade County DA, and later Bill Clinton’s US Attorney General, and her threats to obtain a confession. Flores was stripped naked and spent days in isolation in her cell.

    Being stripped naked and put in isolation seems to be a common and accepted technique to gain false confessions. Weeksville’s Byron Weeks, too, was put on suicide watch at West Point and sent to Parchman where he was stripped naked and put into solitary confinement uder blaring lights, 24/7.

    Ileana Flores in her own words:
    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/fuster/interviews/ileana.html

  32. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    D. R. McElhenney‘s neice, Carolyn Stevens, defends her uncle against charges that he molested his granddaughter; insisting instead, that there be an investigation into the dysfunctional Boterf family. This claim is made in the comments section of the the Dispatch article by Jeff Clark. Heavy-handed censorship by Birney will prevent any real discussion of this case. If anyone knows Carolyn Stevens, ask her to come over to the Columbus Packet and tell us what she knows. Keep the ball rolling.

    Sadly, Sarah Fowler “cops out,” too. I undertand her delicate position though, with her father being a sitting Justice Court Judge.
    But Ron Williams? Well, he just likes that Magowah Brunswick Stew too much to rock the boat.

    Roger Larsen couldn’t be bought. He’d take on the big guys,too. I miss his commentary.

  33. Getyour Factstraight

    I don’t know who this Johnny Phillips Morris is, but he needs to get all his facts before he rants about this McElhenney case. Everyone wants to think that ” D R ” is such a good man. What they don’t know is this man has a history of not being able to control his sexual desires. He fondled his own daughter until she was a teen and had an affair with a woman that lasted over a year. And how did this affair start? By him “tickling” another man’s wife who was living with the McElhenneys for a short time. Now on to Adam. He’s one of the most honorable and Godly men I’ve ever come across. He gave DR multiple chances to admit his wrong doing before turning him in to the law. He even offered DR a plea agreement including no prison time, but DR refused. Get your facts

  34. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    First,can/would you please define “tickling?” I think that you musta’ve watched too many Buck Henry SNL “Uncle Roy” schtick growing up.

    The jurors define the facts based upon the EVIDENCE, not ipso facto hearsay claims that Doris has a history of fondling his daughter. So, was it his daughter Wendy that you claim he fondled into her teens? Hearsay evidence is just that…hearsay! And I do not know of any links between extramarital affairs leading to the sexual abuse of a child– especially one’s own daughter!

    Obviously, the jurors had reasonable doubt to cause the judge to declare a mistrial only three hours into jury deliberations.

    And there is the “godly Adam” claiming that Ronnie Mitchener kidnapped him(Adam) and held him at gunpoint in Noxubee county. Yes, he held Boterf at gunpoint, thinking that Boterf was a contract “hitman” sent to kill him.

    Why would Mitchener think this of the “godly Boterf?”

    Mitchener, according to the press reports, received a court-ordered mental examination that led to a clean bill of mental in order to defend himself at trial. That trial never happened, so there was no evidence presented and no testimony, because of a botched plea deal involving Judge Kitchens and Mitchener’s attorney, Jack Brown. Instead, Kitchens sentenced Mitchener to twenty years in prison for the crime of kidnapping Adam Boterf.

    But I do appreciate you coming forward with these new–to the public, anway–allegations that Doris sexually abused his daughter, too. You make the claim that they are facts. Let the investigators and procecutors go into court with more that hearsay testimony.

  35. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The two comments on Fondling Case Ends In Mistrial by Jeff Clark at the CD have been removed.

  36. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Falsely imprisoned Ronnie Mitchener is now free at last!
    No chance that Ron Williams would interview Ronnie Mitchener. One can’t schmooze with Mr. Big down on Columbus’ version of Rue Pigalle, and then write critical commentary on rampant crime and political corruption in Lowndes county.

    But then Ron’s never claimed to be another H.L. Mencken.

  37. UNKNOWN

    you all need to be punished because didnt God say dont judge leave that to him on judgement day for YOU? yeah she might have done something bad but forgiveness is something we all need sometimes… (forgive and forget)

    • bob marley

      Jim Kitchen and Allgood both need to be removed. The last 4 WHITE men Jim Kitchens sentenced didn’t get COMBINED the time MINGO got for touching B.P.’s son while he was FULLY DRESSED. but he gives his CHURCH MEMBER 2 yrs for actually having sex with a 13 year old boy and now Judge Jim has allowed this Molester back out on the street amoung us and our children ?? white man gets 2 yrs as he said at trial,”we got naked and rubbed each other to SEXUAL gratification” and the BLACK MAN gets 30 Manditory years for touching and forrest allgood ALLOWED both of these cases to go fordward with his token black as prosecutor on both case AFTER she slammed Mingo and let G.D.off with a slap on the wrest yea Lowndes county justice “JUST US”

  38. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Quoting Bo Diddley:I ain’t got nuthin’ to do wif it, but I think de feller’s right.

    You’re referring to what Roger Larsen calls the case of “the Heritage High School student being rubbed through his pants.”

    The “touching” came about through voice lessons taught by Mingo, where he touches the lower abdomen in the process of the importance of the diaphram in voice projection. Julian Mingo warned the student that what he was about to do was “weird.” And the Heritage High School student underwent six months of this diaphram instruction before running to his Mom, complaining that he was molested.

    Judge Kitchens ruled against allowing exculpatory expert witness on diaphram instruction to testify for the defense, citing precedent in the Byron De La Beckwith triple jeopardy trial. In the Beckwith kangaroo court over there in Batesville, exculpatory testimony was excluded because the judge ruled that its introduction by the defense was “delayed to gain a tactical advantage.”

    That trial should have never been conducted in the kangaroo courts of Lowndes county.

    I was informed that the student’s parent worked for LCSO or CPD? Who is BP?

  39. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    When you see the Vote for Bill Waller campaign signs being posted around, think about this from Julian Mingos’s appeal to the MSSC:

    The State persuasively argues that since the uncorroborated testimony of a victim can provide the basis for a finding of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, see <b<Collier v. State,711 So.2d 458, 462 (Miss.1998), it must by definition suffice for the lesser finding of probable cause.

    Julian Mingo never had a chance in Mississippi’s presently structured kangaroo court system. He was presumed guilty when he sat before Judge Kitchens and Algood’s handpicked jurors who were able to ignore the lack of corroboration of the claims in the alleged victim’s testimony in reaching a decision of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

    Thirty years for “rubbing” a Heritage High School student through his pants!

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