Bullet pulled from attic wall

On Friday a Castalia father watched as Sandusky County deputies finally dislodged the bullet that killed his son nine months before.
Anonymous
Nov 11, 2012

“It should’ve been done earlier,” Mike Limberios said straining to hold back tears. “(Dr.) Cyril (Wecht) will be happy.”

A coroner's inquest prompted by a lawsuit filed by the family of 19-year-old Jacob Limberios is moving ahead. 

Click here for a previous story about the death of 19-year-old Jacob Limberios died. Sandusky County COroner John Wukie wrote on the death certificate that it was a suicide but might have been accidental. 

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Comments

Ithink

God be with you Mike and Shannon. Fight for Jacob and what is RIGHT!!

Foz426

All I can say is it's about time! God bless you Mike and Shannon!

youngfamily

Lot's of prayers for you all.

eightballcuet1

I just hope that they can now get the answers they seek.

queenjhb

your on the right track now, stay strong .

Truth Be Told....

"Suicide" bullet...? Why not just Bullet? Looks like a personal jab to the family by calling it that.

Taxed Enough Already

BINGO!

onegirlarmy

SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,GOD BE WITH YOU AS THE LAW AGAIN HAS FAILED...RIP JAKE.

wiredmama222

I agree, someone sure did fail. For a grief-stricken family, it should not have come to this. No one should have to go to this length to get the truth.

deertracker

Suicide bullet? I really hope heads roll about all this!