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    Victoria Short, wife of Charles Short, was a heroin addict who hanged herself with a bedsheet after being taken off suicide watch and placed in a cell by herself in the Davie County jail. She died in the hospital several days later after being removed from life support.

Victoria Short, wife of Charles Short, was a heroin addict who hanged herself with a bedsheet after being taken off suicide watch and placed in a cell by herself in the Davie County jail. She died in the hospital several days later after being removed from life support. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Victoria Short, wife of Charles Short, was a heroin addict who hanged herself with a bedsheet after being taken off suicide watch and placed in a cell by herself in the Davie County jail. She died in the hospital several days later after being removed from life support. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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