Deny the Parole of Vickie L. Frost, Inmate #WO39088

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Rick Whitcomb was a very caring, handsome, and wonderful person. He was only 23 years old when he was murdered by his ex-girlfriend, Vickie Frost. Rick was living with Vickie and her family in Gahanna, a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Vickie was mentally and physically abusive to Rick. Friends and family were witnesses to the terrible things shed do and say to him. Tired of the abuse, Rick decided to leave Vickie and was going to return home to Cleveland, Ohio to be with his family and friends and to start over. Because he wanted to do the right thing, he decided to give his employer two weeks notice and stay in Columbus until that time was up. Unfortunately, Rick never made it home alive.

On Friday, January 19, 1996, around 10:15 pm, Rick's life ended when, during an argument in the kitchen, Vickie grabbed a knife from the counter, walked across the kitchen towards Rick, and stabbed him once in the chest. Vickie's mother, Betty, and friend, Renee, were in the kitchen, along with Vickie's young daughter.

Rick made his way out to the front yard where he collapsed and took his final breathe. He was pronounced dead less than an hour later. He died alone on that cold January night without his family, without his friends.

Vickie pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter on July 1, 1996 and was sentanced to 7 - 25 years for the murder. She is eligible for parole in June 2005.

We, the undersigned, are strongly opposed to her parole and respectfully request that Vickie Frost serve the maximum time of her sentence.

559 Signatures

  • RJ L
    • Comments
    • Keep her off the street!
    • City, State
    • Akron, OH
  • Rosalinda R
    • Comments
    • Please keep her in jail until she has completed the entire sentence.
    • City, State
    • Houston, TX
  • Rich R
  • Dustin H
  • Dawn
    • City, State
    • West Islip, NY 11795
  • Fred S
    • Comments
    • 7 years is not long enough for someone who has taken a life!!!
  • Bill N
    • Comments
    • Deny the Parole of Vickie L. Frost, Inmate #WO39088
    • City, State
    • Jacksonville,Fla
  • scott k
    • Comments
    • LIFE should mean LIFE
    • City, State
    • United Kingdom
  • Charity H
    • Comments
    • Please keep Vickie L. Frost behind bars, She should do her time.
    • City, State
    • Nashville, TN
  • Todd D
  • David M. D
    • Comments
    • To Parole Board Members: Please deny Vickie L. Frost the freedom to live life as she chooses just as she denied life to Richard G. Whitcomb, Jr. when she murdered him. Thank you!
    • City, State
    • Claridge, PA
  • steve j
    • Comments
    • murderers shouldn't be allowed out. she should rot in prison!
    • City, State
    • orangevale, ca
  • susan groudle k
    • Comments
    • I know what you are going threw.
    • City, State
    • thompson ohio
  • Paul
    • Comments
    • Die in piece brother....don't worry she made a terrible mistake
  • Sharon R
    • City, State
    • Columbus, Ohio
  • scott s
  • Carrie N
  • Timothy A G
    • City, State
    • Mentor, OH
  • Laura C
  • duel t
  • Becky N
    • Comments
    • This mans family has to endure a lifetime of pain inflicted on them by this woman. Please do not de-value his life by setting her free before her maximum time is served.
  • Gregg Anthony H
    • Comments
    • Wow, I know someone convicted of drug crimes serving more time than she has.........
    • City, State
    • Fargo, ND
  • Blair S
    • Comments
    • ohiomafia member
    • City, State
    • dayton, OH
  • Amber O
  • Brian S
    • City, State
    • Georgetown, OH
  • S
    • Comments
    • She makes me sick. Why should she get out and do what she wants while Rick will never get a chance? She deserves the full 25 years! Rick is serving eternity for what she did, and that is a damn shame !
  • Sherry
    • Comments
    • She should serve the full 25 years. Why should she get out?? Rick will never be able to have a full life, why should she?
  • Heather J. K
    • Comments
    • Taking an innocent life should mean serving a life sentence. Her crime is as senseless as the consideration of her parole.
    • City, State
    • Cleveland, OH
  • Tim L. L
  • Anna L
    • Comments
    • thats a shame shes up for porole already
    • City, State
    • orlando fl
  • Thomas M
    • Comments
    • Give Vickie L. Frost the chair!!
    • City, State
    • Wauconda, IL
  • Taressa M
    • Comments
    • PLEASE Do not let this woman out of prison, her emotional and mental instability have been well documented, Please keep her where she belongs and protect the public from her.
    • City, State
    • Las Vegas NV
  • Tara M
    • City, State
    • OH
  • Suzanne T
  • Glen A. S
    • City, State
    • euclid, ohio
  • michael b
    • Comments
    • Ive been through this Please order serve out
  • Geraldine R
  • Bryan N
  • Jim S
    • City, State
    • Irondale, OH
  • Chris L
    • City, State
    • Dayton, OH
  • Susan S
  • Katrina
    • Comments
    • If you let Vickie Out you are killing another part of Rick's Family
  • Jason
    • Comments
    • She took a life of another person now her life should be spent behind bars
  • Kimberly D
    • Comments
    • One doesn't accidentally kill someone by plunging a knife into them. She should serve her full sentence.
  • Cynthia Z
  • Shelby S
  • Tammy C
  • Jesse S
    • Comments
    • Her sentence should be served in full
    • City, State
    • Portland, OR
  • Brian S
    • Comments
    • Murderers should not be loose!
    • City, State
    • Burbank CA
  • Dan J
    • Comments
    • This "person" will always present a danger to society.
    • City, State
    • United Kingdom , England