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She had spent the holiday with Joby, visiting his family as well as hers. At the end of the day, tired, she said she wanted to spend the night in her dad's house instead of Joby's apartment. Stung, he argued with her and things quickly got out of hand. He choked her and slammed her head against the shower tiles. Michella scratched his face, staining with blood the white sweatshirt she had given him.
Joby yelled that she had 10 minutes to remove the blood or he would give her the beating of her life. Desperate, Michella soaked the sweatshirt in cold water, rubbed the stain with ice. It wasn't enough, though, and when the time was up, Joby made good on his threat.
After beating her, he ordered her to go into the kitchen and pick up a knife. Then, putting a cloth over his own hand, he took the knife from her. I could kill you right now, he threatened. My fingerprints ain't on it, yours are. All I have to do is tell the police you tried to kill me with this knife and I killed you in self-defense.
Later, his anger spent, Joby fell into bed exhausted. Michella lay beside him shivering, certain that he would kill her if she moved to get away. The next morning, when he seemed calmer, Michella begged to go to work. She told him, over and over, how much she loved him, how she would never leave him, how she would never go to the cops.
Then she reminded him she was the one with an income. Joby drove her to the video store where she worked, then watched her from his car for a while. When he left, Michella took a cab to her father's house. After Gary Osborne and his daughter went to police to report the incident, Joby's mother begged them to drop the charges. Joby, on probation for his escape from Spring Grove Hospital, would undoubtedly go back to jail if he were convicted. He was determined to change Gary Osborne's mind.
And he had friends who could help. Joby rarely -- if ever -- dated just one girl, and he never lacked female friends. If one girlfriend filed assault charges against him, two or three other women were ready to testify that she had made up the whole thing: The Joby they knew would never do something like that. In the fall of , when things with Michella were strained, Joby struck up a friendship with a starry-eyed teen-ager from Pasadena.
Lisa Andersen was 17, a junior at Chesapeake Senior High. He was 22 -- or so she thought. I've never had anyone say that to me! He was something I had never experienced before. He'd been taken there on false charges, he told her.
Michella Osborne had been cheating on him, he explained, and when he found out, he pushed her. But that was all. At first, Joby called collect every other day from jail. Then he began calling more often, in the morning, at midday and in the afternoon. Lisa began cutting school so she could spend the day talking to Joby.
He was ; she was 00 -- "his sidekick, partner in crime. It wasn't long, Lisa says, before she dropped out of school and moved in with Ramona Contrino, a friend of Joby's. Contrino was using his ZX while he was in jail and would often drive the teen-ager there to see him. During those visits, Joby sometimes ridiculed Lisa's makeup or clothes. But then he'd apologize: She attributed his behavior to the stress of jail.
It only made her want to help him even more. Joby began his campaign to intimidate the Osbornes into dropping Michella's charges against him. He accused his former girlfriend of theft, identifying her as an adult on his charging document to get her locked up. Then he filed charges against Gary Osborne over the fight the summer before, claiming Gary had threatened to "kill my family and blow my house up and cars. Gary responded by filing charges against Joby for the same incident. Shortly afterward, he awoke one morning to discover his pickup truck vandalized.
All four tires were flat. There were deep scratches in the paint on the driver's side, and 10 pounds of sugar had been poured into the gas tank. When the Osbornes still did not drop their charges for the beating of Michella, Joby upped the ante. He asked Lisa Andersen to accuse Gary Osborne of threatening to blow up her house and kill her if she dared to testify on Joby's behalf.
Leese, you're going to do it, and you're going to do it NOW, she recalls Joby yelling over the phone one afternoon. You have my car, and you're riding around in it. You do it now, or I'm gonna kill you. You have 15 minutes to go down there, pick up the papers and call me. The teen-ager decided to pretend she had filed charges. Faking an official's signature on charging documents, she wrote down what he had told her and mailed it off to him.
You lied to me! Do you think this is a game? On April 9, , the year-old drove Joby's car to district court to file charges against a man she had never met. As a minor, Andersen could not legally file charges by herself. But no one asked her for identification.
Her charging document stated: I received my first phone call from the Defendant Gary Osborne he said 'hey you little bitch go ahead and testify for Joe,' then I replied with 'Who's this' he responded with 'this is Gary Osborne, Michella's father. Later that afternoon I received another phone call I'll kill you, And blow up your house so go ahead bitch and then it's all over for you. Police arrested Gary Osborne on April Charged with making bomb threats and obscene comments over the phone, he was handcuffed and driven to the Essex police station, where he stayed until his wife could post bail.
Three more times that month, he was arrested on similar charges filed by Ramona Contrino's sister, Carla. Each time, neighbors watched as he was handcuffed and taken away. Each time, the family had to raise the bail money. At one point, while being held in the Baltimore County Detention Center, Gary wore a badge alerting guards to keep him away from another prisoner: Gary was controlling Michella, but Joby wanted to control Michella.
Joby couldn't handle it when somebody else was controlling something he considered his. The false charges against Osborne were dismissed after Carla Contrino admitted she lied and tape-recorded a conversation that also implicated Lisa Andersen. Later, Gary Osborne would sue them both. But in the summer of , he had more to worry about than the money he had lost from missing work, posting bail and paying attorneys. His biggest worry was that Joby was free. When prosecutor Steve Bailey decided against trying the case before a jury -- there were no reliable witnesses -- Joby pleaded guilty to the charges of battery and witness intimidation and received suspended sentences from Judge John G.
The court put him on probation and ordered him to stay away from Michella Osborne and her family. The first thing she noticed was the white ZX. It was the summer of , and year-old Stacy Culotta was pumping gas into her car at the Royal Farm Store in Chase. The sports car that pulled up was a looker. So was the guy driving it. I like the wheels on your car, the teen-ager said.
The man introduced himself and told her he had a set of rims and tires that he was trying to sell. So Stacy went to Joe Palczynski's house to take a look. They exchanged phone numbers. Before long, he was courting Stacy, telling her everything she wanted to hear, making her feel grown up in a way no one else ever had.
On her 17th birthday, only two weeks after their first date, he showered her with gifts -- "expensive shirts from J. Penney 's and Hecht's," Stacy recalls -- that she hid from her parents.
He just took her breath away, she told her friends. Joby, now 27, had recently received a suspended sentence for battering Michella Osborne, a girl who lived just a few blocks from the Culottas in Chase.
He told Stacy he was 20, that he had "some bad stuff in his background. Her parents were considerably less so. No way he was 20 with all those crow's feet, they told her. Why was he following her everywhere, making demands? When they discovered he'd been in the county jail, Stacy had an explanation: A jealous girlfriend had lied, set him up. Her parents weren't buying it. They forbid her to see or even talk to Joe Palczynski.
So she sneaked around behind their backs. He would pick her up in different cars so her parents wouldn't suspect anything; he persuaded friends to lie to the Culottas about where Stacy was. He knew about assault, battery and kidnapping. In my entire life, I've, like, 40 charges. He didn't get no printout of my record. I've had robbery, OK? Two counts of kidnapping.
Three counts of false imprisonment, OK? Two counts of phone harassment. Two counts of intimidating state witness. One count of intimidating -- ". One count of illegal possession of firearms. One for fleeing and eluding. Just all kind of sh--, hon, all kind of sh Now, as far as conviction: Three counts of assault and battery.
We're going to move to a Phase Two. You got a tape recorder? The time had come, Joby told Stacy, to start taping her parents' phone conversations. He needed to find out how much they knew -- and what they planned to do about it. He's gonna make me move to a Phase Three I'll know everything about him.
I'll know where his mind's at I start putting him under surveillance. Possessive, he didn't want her to spend any time with friends. He often took her out of school just so he could be with her. And there was the rule about returning his calls: If he paged her, Stacy had better get in touch with him within two to three minutes or risk "severe consequences.
At times, she felt ambushed by his anger. Once Joby pulled a cigarette from her mouth, grabbed her by the neck and slammed her up against a wall. Another time, after a phone conversation in which Stacy said she didn't want to see him anymore, Joby tried to run her and a girlfriend off the road. His mood shifts were sudden and unpredictable. Five minutes after slamming her against a wall, Joby would offer to make dinner.
He'd prepare steak, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, light the candles. And Stacy would begin thinking, Maybe I shouldn't have said what I said to him; that's why he pushed me against the wall. Maybe he really is sorry. She was solidly under his thumb. But she had the luck of good timing.
After a months-long battle with the Osbornes, Joby wouldn't have welcomed the prospect of another hostile family pressing charges. And Stacy had very nosy parents. Every day, Diane and Vince Culotta would drive out of their housing development and see Joby standing on the corner, waiting and watching.
Neighbors reported that he was parking down the street and running up to their house to peer in the windows, sometimes several times a day. As the sister of a police officer, Diane had few qualms about taking Joby to court -- and she felt confident she recognized him for what he was: She would later give her daughter a book, "The Gift of Fear," which described classic signs of a batterer, and underlined traits she thought applied to Joby: In August, Vince Culotta told Joby to stay away from his daughter.
In September, he filed a petition to prevent him from having any contact with her. In November, the Culottas got lucky: Joby went to jail. His convictions in the Osborne case violated the terms of his probation on the Spring Grove escape charges.
Judge John Fader sentenced him to serve three years. I can't believe any human being can make so many mistakes and be given so many chances and not appreciate it, and I do not feel, from what I hear, that the mental state is anywhere near as much an excuse as he tries to use it for a crutch.
From jail on the Eastern Shore, Joby told his mother to hand-deliver a letter to Stacy at work. Pat Long stood in the aisle of the Safeway while the teen-ager read it, then took it back. She had promised her son Stacy's parents wouldn't get their hands on it.
In the letter, Joby promised Stacy he would never let her go. No matter what, they would be together some day, he wrote. And Stacy knew she could wait for him. When Joby finished his jail term, they would marry and move to Florida. Until an acquaintance showed her another letter, a letter she was never meant to see. In it, Joby described his relationship with Stacy as "a big joke. Oh it's not just what you tell them but how and where you tell them.
The only hard part is remembering the lies. I'm sure you get the point. I added up all the girls I and I girls and 38 of them were virgins! Strange cars began racing past her house. A guy in a green Mitsubishi, one of the cars Joby had borrowed to fool her parents, was waiting in the parking lot at night when she left work. Often, he followed her home. She found notes on her windshield with cryptic messages and numbers meaningful only to her and Joby.
She received hang-up phone calls. Shortly after one of Joby's friends took her out to dinner to cheer her up, her new pager began receiving coded messages: They follow her, leave notes, call our house, what else is next?
I'm afraid to ask. He's a very strange, manipulative person I'm afraid if he's this obsessed about her now, what will it be like when he gets out of jail? Stacy's mom collected names, license tag numbers, dates, incidents and scraps of paper, amassing evidence of intimidation that would stand up well in court.
She also wrote the parole board requesting to be informed before Joby's release: She need not have worried. When Joe Palczynski was released from prison on June 20, , Stacy joined the ranks of former girlfriends, her photo just another among many.
Soon, Joby had a new sports car, a Mazda RX7, and was romancing a young woman he had met in the check-out line at Super Fresh, year-old Tracy Whitehead. There were two women who knew him best, and when Joe Palczynski reached the breaking point, they would both be dragged into his nightmare. Instead, he chooses you. And it takes your breath away. At that point, Joby felt he had nothing to lose. When police arrived, he squeezed Amie's hand hard and whispered: Don't tell them nothing!
From her charging document: Unless he was judged legally insane. He was free to choose his next victim. Seeing beyond the surface In the summer of , year-old Gary Osborne was growing concerned about his teen-age daughter.
Then one day he saw bruises on Michella. It was all he needed to know. In a recent interview, Michella gave this account: But Gary refused to be swayed. It was a fateful decision. A jailhouse scheme Joby rarely -- if ever -- dated just one girl, and he never lacked female friends. Lisa believed him and devoted herself to keeping up his spirits. She wanted no part of it.
Joby saw right through it. Michella pleaded with her father to let her drop the charges, but Gary Osborne held firm. Gary Osborne cut down all the bushes around his house. He didn't want any more surprises. The lies add up The first thing she noticed was the white ZX. And anyway, she was head over heels. One night, Stacy told her boyfriend that her father had found out some bad things about him.
I'll be lucky if that's what it is.
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