For a little over three decades, Susan LeFevre, alias Marie Walsh, lived a pretty nice life on the run, including time in San Diego.
The suburban housewife raised three kids and enjoyed her life in the Carmel Valley home she shared with her husband. Then late last month, that world came to a crashing end.
You see, LeFevre was wanted in Michigan on drug and conspiracy convictions.
LeFevre had simply walked away after only serving one year of a longer sentence in a Detroit-area House of Corrections back in the mid-1970s and began her new life. That is until authorities finally caught up with her.
Now, she is back in Michigan to begin serving at least five-and-a-half years on the drug conviction she walked away from decades ago. Her lawyer will reportedly petition the Michigan governor to commute the sentence.
We believe she should serve out the remainder of her sentence. Not only is it the law, but it would set a good example for her three children that their mom is a responsible person.
So what do you think?