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Thursday, May 17, 2012

This Is One Cold Bitch, Darlings!!!!!!!!!!!!


                                   Girls, don't let this cheerful demeanor fool you; this week's winner is one
cold, calculating thing.

                                    The winner of this week's Raving Queen Bitch Of The Week Award is Stephanie Olson.

                                     Ten years ago, in Georgetown, Kentucky, her mother, Donna Snellen, then 41, was found murdered in her home.  In fact, she was found by Stephanie, who had spent the night with friends (or so she said), then returned home.  She pulled the grieving daughter routine for police, but apparently it became evident what actually happened.

                                     Stephanie was a typical teenage girl; an overripe underachiever, bursting with hormones.  Nothing wrong, there.  Like most, she was champing at the bit for freedom; in less than six months, she would turn eighteen,  but she wanted all the attendant privilege now.

                                        So, she decided to do something about it.

                                        She was no Miss Porter's. honey, so her friends were not top drawer.  She got her druggie boyfriend, David Dressman, and his loser cohort, Timothy Crabtree, to enter the house, and kill Donna with a baseball bat.  When it went to court, it could never be proven who actually did the deed; or did all three take swings??? It is believed that Stephanie, who instigated the deed, took a few.

                                          They were all found guilty, and sent to prison.  Stephanie got the most, 25 years, though I think she should have gotten Life.  David Dressman got 20 years, while Crabree got a mere six years.  All three were charged with  something I do not understand called "Complicity In Conspiracy To Commit Murder."  Which makes no sense to me, because a murder WAS committed.

                                             Like Pauline Park (portrayed by Melanie Lynsky in the film "Heavenly Creatures") Stephanie committed matricide, but did not have to.  Just six months, and she could have kissed her restricted life goodbye.

                                               Though, let's face it, even if Donna had been spared, hanging out with guys
like Dressman, Stephanie would have been looking at a life of crime at some point.  A friend said, that, months before, when Donna threw a high school graduation party for Stephanie, the girl was seen jokingly making stabbing motions at her mother, with a knife. What foreshadowing!!!!!!!!!!!

                                                  Nevertheless, when I heard Stephanie's story, I knew I had found this week's Bitch Of The Week. They don't come any colder.

                                                     Even a black widow spider would not mess with her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

25 comments:

Amanda Taylor said...

The "Complicity In Conspiracy To Commit Murder" charge was given because they couldn't prove who specifically ended up murdering the woman since all three were involved. They could not charge all three with murder and other charges that could have been filed would not have rendered lengthly enough sentences. Charging all three with complicity to commit allows them to send all three to prison for sentences similar in length to that of a murder charge.

I actually graduated from high school with this girl.

Stacey Loflin said...
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Stacey Loflin said...

It wasn't a baseball bat - she was stabbed 16 times.

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Lynn said...

There should be a place provided for kids who are perceived to be a danger (perceived by the parents).
A boarding school, a school where students are confined, protected and unable to associate with anyone blacklisted by the parents.
Her friends were 20 & 25 so that tells you enough about their social skills.
What exactly will she be when she is released at the age of 42, just one year older than her mom ?

Jim Spencer said...

The Mom's name is actually Diane, not Donna, just thought you might want to know.

for real said...

the sick bitch as a web page looking for men when she gets out wtf!!!!!what a sick o bitch she an her friends shouldve got the death penatity no question asked in texas that what we do to murders we dont reward or be laxed on frying tjere murdering ass the state of KY is way to lax an ve shitty law there being common wealth state

Amber Ellison said...

Im so curious as to what this website looks like! Ha what a joke

Eddy AndreII said...

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Eddy AndreII said...

Hey I'm Stephanie I have a wide variety of attributes that I Could contribUte to a relationship. . Which are. .. well I'm a good per.... just help me out bc I'm afkd up individual

Eddy AndreII said...

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April Conaway said...

Actually Diane Snellen was beaten up & stabbed 27 times with 16 of the stab wounds in her chest.

April Conaway said...

Actually Diane Snellen was beaten up & stabbed 27 times with 16 of the stab wounds in her chest.

The Raving Queen said...

Could the baseball bat have been used to beat her?
Whatever, Diane' death was inexcusable, and Stephanie
should never see the outside of a prison!

Hannah Stivers said...

Where did you get your information that the murder weapon was a baseball bat? She was stabbed to death... and im in no way condoning what happened here because I grew up with Stephanie and spent alot of time at her house with Diane and her brother, however, Stephanie was a very bright girl. She could have done anything in life that she wanted to. I faced some legal troubles myself in 2014, and I was in prison with Stephanie for a little bit. She has been working on herself and staying in programs to keep herself busy. She was chosen to be in the PAWS program there where she trained a dog for several years to be a service dog. No one but Stephanie, David, Crabtree, Diane, and God knows what REALLY happened that night.

The Raving Queen said...

So you were in prison with Stephanie, huh? I guess
that's makes you real class, hun, darling? NOT.
So, where do you get off making self=-righteous
comments when you are an offender yourself?????

honestly said...

Not every offender is a murderer! Alot of women in the ky. Prison system are there for making a bad decision.....the difference between them and you is they were caught. So I guess you have NEVER done a single illegal thing? Lol-right! I too know Stephanie and when I first met her I would never have thought she would be part in such a crime. She is a very sweet girl and also very intelligent. I did notice however she has some emotional/psychological issues, Such as bipolar disorder. Perhaps if she had had proper treatment for these ailments this terrible event would never have occurred.

honestly said...

Correction: you were never caught. You know what I was trying to say!

honestly said...

Correction: you were never caught. You know what I was trying to say!

The Raving Queen said...


Oh, yeah, I knew what you were trying to say. And I
agree not every offender is a murderer. Points taken.

As for having never done anything illegal, well you
may find this questionable, but I haven't. Nor have I
ever been tempted. I am not saying I am a saint, but I
never so much as swiped candy from a store when a kid!
Tea, darling????????????

Sammo F said...

So you were in prison with Stephanie, huh? I guess
that's makes you real class, hun, darling? NOT.
So, where do you get off making self=-righteous
comments when you are an offender yourself?????

September 12, 2016 at 9:05 AM

That was rude and way out of line. You owe that girl an apology. KY is a corrupt state and the more people they lock up, the more money they make. People get DUI's, possession, bad check or unpaid fine warrants in KY. They lock up soccer mom's here. I"ve seen it. KY trades its state inmates around like currency, paying county jails to house them.

You judged that girl, who the hell are you? Yes, there are bad people in jail, but in KY its very hillbilly still. Lots of crooks with badges. We are the 4th most corrupt state in the USA.

We had Martha Stewart locked up, that's how much we like to lock up our own, and it's sick.

I'm not defending the killer here, that poster just made an observation and you plowed her ass. What if she was in for falling behind on child support? That's their favorite thing to lock you up for. Ooohh, bad, bad person there. Good thing they are off the street. I felt so much safer knowing Martha was in jail, I slept so good. That's sarcasm.

You have a good site here and do good work, I applaud that, and I"ll still come. But you were no where near "tea, darling" to that poster. That was rude. You owe her an apology.

Sammo F said...

and if I said I did know one of the male killers family and that they still lived in my neighborhood, would you attack me for it?

The Raving Queen said...


First, lamb chop, I have never been to
Kentucky, though I am curious. I have
no doubt about corruption; I have heard the
term "old boy justice" many times.

If a person is in prison, there has to be a
reason. I am sorry if I offended on social class
backgrounds, but a crime is a crime. Martha
Stewart may be s0-called high class, but she
deserved to go to prison. But, then, all of us
New Yorkers know she came from Nutley, NJ, so whay
does that make her in the end?

High or low born, if a person commits a crime, they
should pay.

cheryl howard said...

I too was in prison with Stephanie and we were in the dog program together and she is a very bright girl with a talent for training dogs.I have seen her cry over her mother and we may never know what really happened and I get the feeling her Mother my have been abusive towards her but that doesn't excuse murder if she had anything to do with it.I was sentenced to 12 years @ 85 percent for a car accident that did involve drinking and the victim received a fractured rib.If he had died I would have only done 20% for manslaughter and got out sooner.Thats your hillbilly justice and when I was at Otter creek their was so much illegal activity between the officers that it was ridiculus.So many of them were arrested for rape on an inmate.Those hill billy officers had no clue how to run a prison all you had to have to qualify to work there was a reasonable amount of blood pressure.

The Raving Queen said...


Well, Cheryl, I have heard the same said about prison guards and such,
up here in Rikers. I actually dated one for two years, and let me tell
you that was a sad, tragic experience; I wrote a post on it.

I never thought about Stephanie's mother being abusive, but you
could be right.

Sad to see Old Boy justice is still in place.

I wish you the best!