Ronald Dale Love talks Monday to defense attorney Bob Thompson, left, in Franklin County Superior Court before the verdict is read. The 56-year-old Pasco man has asked to be released into the community. State attorneys say Love — even though he’s completed his criminal sentence — remains a danger and should be locked up for the rest of his life.
Ronald Dale Love talks Monday to defense attorney Bob Thompson, left, in Franklin County Superior Court before the verdict is read. The 56-year-old Pasco man has asked to be released into the community. State attorneys say Love — even though he’s completed his criminal sentence — remains a danger and should be locked up for the rest of his life. Tri-City Herald
Ronald Dale Love talks Monday to defense attorney Bob Thompson, left, in Franklin County Superior Court before the verdict is read. The 56-year-old Pasco man has asked to be released into the community. State attorneys say Love — even though he’s completed his criminal sentence — remains a danger and should be locked up for the rest of his life. Tri-City Herald

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