- Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections
- United States of America
Our family is trying to block parole for three inmates convicted for the death of Susan Soldierson, our daughter and sister, on June 27, 1986. At their trial before Judge Morgan in Summit County, they were found guilty of the following:
Aggravated Robbery- 10-25 years
Kidnapping- 10-25 years
Involuntary Manslaughter- 10-25 years
The Judge ordered these be served CONSECUTIVELY for a minimum sentence of 30 years since 1986.
At the time of the trial and since then, they have showed no remorse. Lockett and Young at the age of 17, had extensive juvenile records and were bound over at trial and charged as adults. Logan had just been released from his parole officer, after serving a breaking and entering charge for TWO MONTHS, prior to Susan's death. He was 22 and the car's driver.
Our family fears for our safety and the safety of the community. Decisions will be made on Logan by the end of MARCH. We would be most grateful for any email or letter sent to the following, making sure to include their names and inmate numbers:
Re: Victor Logan # A193583
Marcazuan Lockett # R138937
Albert Young # R138938
Mail: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections
1050 Freeway Drive N
Columbus, Ohio 43229
To Whom it May Concern:
It has come to our attention that the inmate Victor Logan #A193583 will be up for parole by March 27, 2014. He was convicted for the robbery, kidnapping, and manslaughter of Susan Soldierson, a 22 year old University of Akron student, on June 27, 1986.
Due to the serious nature of his crimes, apparent lack of remorse, and threat to the community, please deny any and all parole applications or worker education furloughs for this inmate.
For the safety of our community and in the memory of Susan Soldlierson please do not release this inmate, who has a MINIMUM of 30 years to 75 years, ordered by the judge.
The Justice for Susan Soldierson petition to Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections was written by Mary Soldierson and is in the category Justice at GoPetition.