- Jun 28, 2008
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I just keep thinking about her poor family.
I'm trying to catch up guys. Is it true the suspect left a pair of shoes at the scene of abduction and LE got DNA from them that led them to him?
I don’t think the “friend” aspect is verified info, at least I can’t remember reading it. I think the assumption is being made because the finder of items returned the items directly to the family. My opinion only.Maybe they had Life360 - but would it have told him exactly where her phone was before it was stomped?
I didn’t know it was a friend who found her items - I missed that or forgot it.
Yes, that's exactly what went down.I'm trying to catch up guys. Is it true the suspect left a pair of shoes at the scene of abduction and LE got DNA from them that led them to him?
thank you I had just read that it was sandals and edited my postThat is correct. ‘Champion’ brand slides, to be exact. Because of his prison sentence, his DNA was on file.
I can't argue with you on that. You are spot on.I was being facetious. I’m just sick about this … but his list of opioid drugs on hand kill more than twice as many people in America than guns do.
Per CDC - 2021
Death by Gun: 49,000
Opioid Drug Overdose: 100,306
Drug Overdose Deaths in the U.S. Top 100,000 AnnuallyNational Center for Health Statisticswww.cdc.gov
exactly. That's part of my point.I have firearms. But I am not a convicted felon or a drug dealer.
You know, I have been thinking, a lot of people have suggested he might have been on drugs and he might have. But being in prison for the last 20 years might have led him to avoid hard drugs. Sixteen is a little young to be a serious heroin addict but not impossible, and he was incarcerated until less than 2 years ago. I'm not so naive as to think he would not have access to drugs in prison but it probably would be very limited. And it seems unlikely that a 36 year old man would take up heroin when he got out, especially after his SIL OD-ing.
I don't think we need to consider if he was high. It just does not matter. He is just a bad, bad guy
My mistake on the timing of the report but same speculation. Hubby calls friends, can you help me look for Eliza? Friend finds phone and things, guves to family member, then report to police, because now they DEFINITELY know something is wrong wrong wrong.
Many have wondered why someone would spend 20 years in jail and get out and reoffend. It’s my opinion that a person like this is most likely more comfortable in jail. He cannot function in the outside world. I’m sure he as high on drugs, but it’s my opinion that he didn’t care about going back.
Well, he managed to have a place to stay and a car to drive. The women he was bothering over by his brother's apartment said he was there all the time with the car hanging out. And that brother is a drug dealer (allegedly).He spent more of his life behind bars than outside. I doubt he had much money to spend on drugs tbh.