Discussion in 'Dylan Redwine' started by imamaze, Nov 27, 2012.
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But Dylan wouldn't even need a permit at all.
I agree with you! I'm just saying, what are the odds?
so sorry, no disrespect intended, i have just been trying to explain to people that hitchhiking is very common around here.
Happy Holidays! and for goodness sake, lets bring Dylan Redwine home before Christmas.
License for children under 12 or 13 out here use to be they had to be with a licensed adult. That's in certain areas here in AZ.
He's the same one she was talking about. Number 13 on the bottom link.
The father would have, though. They may have also needed stuff for fishing, or something that Dylan forgot at home.
I know when I go fishing on the Oregon coast, one of the first places I hit is the Fred Meyer (similar to a Walmart) to get a license and load up on stuff I forgot to bring with me.
very high odds! A girl from Russia was working at Durango Mountain Resort and hitched a ride back to Durango with a man in a truck. She was obviously victimized as she was so frightened she could not even speak of what happened to her on that ride.
Father claims fishing pole was missing. Could that be a new pole they could have bought at Walmart?
M: Um, I think probably sometime in early September, I had flown him over from Colorado Springs on a round trip ticket on that point so he came over here and probably spent three or four days with me and that. And then you know, we obviously got him back to the plane and got him back safely to his mom. And you know, in that case it was a transfer flight from the Durango airport or Denver airport leaving to Colorado Springs. And it was my goal to keep him on a direct flight or one that he never had to change planes on with because there was some controversy between mom and I about him being thirteen years old and being able to do those kinds of things. And so, you know, when I got the flight for him I made sure it was flight he could get on in Colorado...[ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=8596261&postcount=31"]Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community - View Single Post - CO CO - Dylan Redwine, 13, Vallecito, 19 Nov 2012 *Media , Maps & Timelines*[/ame]
It was his goal- maybe not an achievable one
Aren't you excited to see your son? Why isn't all of your attention centered on him? Why are you doing these errands now? Why? Fours hours is a long time to be gone doing errands if you have your son visiting you and you requested that he come and then you leave? That doesn't make sense to me. It makes me feel bad for Dylan.
It surely did. IMO and MR said the same thing, yet he's been :censored: for saying the same thing. IMO
Please note: http://durangoherald.com/article/20121130/NEWS01/121139996/-1/s
Article Last Updated: Friday, November 30, 2012 8:48 pm
Redwine has given several cursory interviews in the past, but this was the first in-depth interview he has given, Shupe said.
No attorney was present for the interview, and Shupe said Redwine has not retained an attorney.
Redwine has been cooperating with authorities and has not been named a suspect or person of interest, Shupe said.
NOW MR has retained an attorney and I don't blame he one bit. I would have right from the get go. JMO
Something that has just occurred to me. We've heard about Dylan not wanting to go to his dad's and the fact that the visit was court ordered. How do we know he didn't want to go - is it just from the mum?
Because I was thinking, if Dylan's friends were his priority as has been said, and that he was so eager to see them, he wanted to go straight from the airport, and the fact that these were life-long friends of his who he didn't get to see since his mum moved away ........... then surely a trip to Dad's would be something welcomed by Dylan as he'd get to see his mates again.
I'm just wondering if too much focus has been put on the opinion that Dylan was forced to go on this trip against his will -maybe its been over-exaggerated? Because if I was 13 and had moved away from my best friends, I wouldn't be fussed where I had to stay, if I got the chance to spend a week with them.
basically i was wondering why MR didn't take Dylan to the friends and do his shopping when he went to Durango on monday.
Yes, that's acknowledged in the post. But Dad would've.
Here's to hoping people in that area stop hitching for their own safety!
Yes if you look at the different links there are different mugshots, so probably not his first time in trouble like that. As we all know unfortunately, most times these type of offenders will escalate!
I guess it depends on the family. For example, in my family my parents would have found it important to spend time together throughout the week, but would still run errands, perhaps go to work, etc. In my husbands family, however, they would have been the type of parents to never leave their child's side for a moment the whole week.
I want to reiterate that I think we can speculate all we want but will not get any closer to understanding the family dynamic without further information.
I see nothing troubling in this at all. The fact that MR needed to do some errands, or that Dylan wanted to spend time with his friends, does not mean that there was a problem with their relationship.
I still would like to know if there were any phone calls on MR phone...as I have said in the past, if Dylan used it he could of called anyone to pick him up and with older siblings and even family in from out of town that sure does give LE alot of people to look at, if they haven't already. It could be friends of his brothers, his friends, there families, even people in the area from out of town visiting relatives, as well as people passing threw the area to go visit family during the holidays, just way to many people to really think about.....I just feel there could be alot said about MR phone records if it shows any calls to anyone during the time MR was in town...coming in or going out. JMO