Monday, November 26, 2012

21-year-old sold heroin from parents' home, police say

A 21-year-old Springfield man who allegedly sold heroin from his bedroom on the second floor of his parents' house, with his customers reportedly greeting his parents on their way upstairs, is now facing multiple felony charges.

http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20121126/NEWS02/711269943

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  1. re: "did not have a car, was riding around town on his bicycle selling a variety of drugs."

    Living large on the streets of Springfield.

    Can we get this vermin removed from the gene pool immediately?

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  2. I am sure Mom and Dad had no idea that this was occurring as all these people coming and going seemed normal..... They should seize the house unless they were renters.

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    1. Um you know he worked for the Parks and rec dept and had a whole host of characters coming in and out of the warming house up at the ice rink. His grandfather worked for parks and rec also. The family has long been a staple of the sports scene through parks and rec.

      I think what a better question would be to ask why the two younger minor children were not removed from the parents house and why were the parents not also arrested for this going on in their home.

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    2. Because this is Springfield?

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  3. A look at Dylan Davis's Face Book page reads like a Who's Who of Springfield losers. As a parent, if my child's name was there, I'd be checking them for needle marks.

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    1. face book is for kids.. why dont you get a life and stop looking at younger kids face book page. and also if you live in springfield you should check your own kid for needle marks... since you think you are just a perfect parent IM SURRREEE your kid isnt doing ANYTHING like that. well a little FYI usually it is kids with parents that THINK they are perfect that are doing drugs. So get your head out of your ass

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  4. Can he be linked to the kid who OD'd a couple of weeks ago? And he spent alot of time around the schools watching his brothers soccer game this fal

    l. Bet he was peddling his wares there too. Look at the family though, mom and dad must of known something's up. Just like Phil Babcock, setting his parents house on fire with his pot pipe. Lock him up, charge him with everything the law will allow and get rid of this scumbag permanently.

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    1. Hey take it easy with the Phil comments... Its a little different sticking needles in your arm and selling heroin than a stoner just smoking pot.

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    2. A stoner who burnt his parents house. Risked the lives of three fire depts getting there. And who broke the law, pot is still illegal.

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    3. Um look at mom and dad jakway..Um hello. Karma is a bitch!

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  5. Wonder what gangster at the prison got a deal for early release by turning State's evidence against Davis?

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  6. FYI DYLAN DAVIS IS NOT A BAD KID..

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    1. Yeah...he only was selling heroin. Thank goodness he wasn't stealing lunch money from kids. I wonder what the lowest age was that he sold his “McDonalds” death to?

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    2. Thanks Mom. Hope we don't lose the house.

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    3. Wonder who was supplying him, hope it wasn't the guy who turned State's evidence, and I hope Dylan turns State's evidence on his supplier.

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    4. hahaha... heard that before......

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    6. I'm someone's son, truth is if I was selling heroine my mom wouldn't have my back. My parents raised me to BE BETTER THEN THAT!
      He was caught selling drugs, it is illegal, he was caught. Do the crime, do the time. I don't feel bad for him at all. I wouldn't feel bad it was my brother or sister either. If they weren't strong enough to stay away from drugs it is first, their fault however, the parents are to blame as well. Like I was saying my parents did something to me called accountability. If I screwed up, I was held accountable! If my parents could help me understand what I did to screw up and show me how to fix it they did.
      It made a difference, I haven't been in major trouble at all. I joined the military and learned how to grow up. I moved back home to Springfield (one of my screw ups) and have been working full time since I got out of the military.
      I have kids in high school now and I am the same way my parents were, I ask who, what, where when and how EVERYTIME! You know what? They hate me for it and as far as I know they have been doing great in school, teachers send home notes, they are both on honor roll. The most important thing is I KNOW they are not on drugs.

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    8. someones son, brother and friend was selling herion... i made mistakes but it never included selling drugs....

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    10. Right. We should judge no one. It is a sickness. His parents have no responsibility. Walk a mile in his shoes. There is always an excuse for illegal behavior. We must let this repeat offender out on $2500 in bail so that he can keep selling serious drugs to our children. What a crock of crap. There is a black man that shot his gun off in self-defense and he has a $500,000 bail to meet. Guess who ends up killing the most people whether with a gun or drugs?

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    11. Listen lady, go sell crazy somewhere else; we are all stocked up here.

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    12. Seriously you want us to feel bad for this young man because he made a "mistake?" Since when is knowingly selling drugs a boo boo? He is a damn adult save the mistake baloney, he isn't a 5 year old kid that took little Johnny's toy truck without permission. Furthermore he would not have an addiction problem if he hadn't gotten involved with drugs in the first place. Everyone has an excuse now days to try and justify their unacceptable behavior sorry not buying it.

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    13. Interesting that the comments that were removed were supportive of the perp - almost to the point of nominating him for citizen of the year!

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    14. Re: FYI DYLAN DAVIS IS NOT A BAD KID..

      EXACTLY! HE'S AN ADULT, SO PROSECUTE HIM LIKE ONE!

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  7. Prosecute and awwk the max if convicted. Pursue confiscation of the house and any motor vehicles or other property used in the criminal distribution of illegal drugs. Zero tolerance must be the rule.

    And to the author of "Listen lady, go sell crazy somewhere else; we are all stocked up here." PERFECT!

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  8. Hello Mr. Cleaver. Hello Mrs. Cleaver. My you are looking very pretty today. I'm here to see Wallace. Eddie Haskell sent me. I'm supposed to pick up a McDonald's order. Well, it was nice seeing you, and please give my best to Theodore...

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  9. Nobody to blame but himself and his parents. Hope this wake up call has you thinking. A few years back our Chief of Police sakd we didn't have a gang problem in Springfield. Well we do and it is huge. What do we do now? First hug your kid, then stop being your kids friend and ne a parent. Look at their facebook, check their phones. If you find anything disturbing you can deal with it at bome instead of at jail. Know their friends, ask where are you going? Then check up on them. Dylan is a victim ... a victim of bad parenting. Don't let your kid down!

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  10. to: Anonymous 11/26/12 8:19 PM
    "There is a black man that shot his gun off in self-defense and he has a $500,000 bail to meet. " Can you explain to me how shooting at someone's back is self-defense??? It certainly didn't work for Kyle Bolaski.

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    1. He was just trying to scare off the perp that had just pounded his face in. Do you really think he could miss hitting someone from a few feet away 4 times?

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    2. You still can't fire at someone who is running away and call it "self-defense" What you're talking about is revenge.

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    3. Not really. Normally when you pull out a gun and shoot in the perp's general direction they will run away. The runner had just assaulted the victim of a beating. Do you really think he would be running away without the gun scaring him off?

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    4. EXACTLY...he ran when the gun was drawn...BEFORE shots were fired. Mr. Craft was no longer in any danger when he pulled the trigger. He was angry...not scared for his life. Tell you what, when and if they let him out, he can live next door to you since you condone this behavior.

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    5. EXACTLY.....Mr. Brown ran when the gun was drawn, before shots were fired. Mr. Craft was no longer in any danger, he wasn't scared, he was angry. Not to mention, that as a convicted felon, Mr. Craft CANNOT have any type of firearm in his possession.

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    6. Nobody said that Craft was legally carrying. Craft got his face pounded and his jaw broken. Do you really think Brown was running away before the gun was fired? The same DA who botched the white man Bolaski case has Brown the face pounder as one witness and his loser buddy named Allen who has since been arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm as the other witness. One of Craft's relatives says he found Craft on the ground and that Craft did not fire a gun. No gun was ever found even after searching Craft's residence. The only way Craft gets convicted is if it is an all white jury which in Vermont has a high probability of happening.

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    7. Brown also stated that he beat up Craft AFTER he pulled a gun. That ruins your tale of Brown running when the gun was drawn.

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    8. Hhmmmm, if I were carrying an illegal firearm which I tried to shoot someone with and I was less than 15 feet from a bridge crossing a river, I might actually be smart enough to get rid of it....

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    9. Can we just look at his own statements made on the jail phone and assume that he did not and does not have good intentions. This isn't profiling. If Craft is released, I am certainly moving out of this town.

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    10. If everyone was prosecuted over what they said over the phone there would be only a few people left to pay for incarcerating 99 percent of Americans. As it is it is far more likely that a black man will be incarcerated during his lifetime than a white. Get over your racist fears. Blacks are not after you. They are after your blonde sister.....

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    11. Anyone making statements on a jail phone that is obviously being recorded can be prosecuted with no hesitation. Racist fears? No. Him saying he wants to do violent things to me on my mother's birthday? That freaks me out.

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  11. wow most of you dont realize the path to heroin. it starts at your local pharmacy. oxycotin is your gateway. then it gets expensive so you need the cheap stuff.heroin. so dont eat the pills. the blaming of his parents is a bit much. i know you control every move your child makes. not. idiots extract your head from the sand.

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    1. When I broke my back and had multiple surgeries I was on oxycodone (sp) for months. It was expensive you are right however, I dealt with it. I'm not on drugs.
      "The blaming of the parents is a bit much" BULL! They let people walk into their house and leave approximately 4 minutes later. No knocking just " what's up Where's Dylan? Ohh he's in his room? Sweet!, don't get up I know my way! " that's not weird.
      They knew something was going on if people just walked in the house, I mean, I have kids and their friends who have been coming over for years still knock.

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    2. Aethelred the Unready11/27/12, 9:06 AM

      It does sound in the article like this is not the first time this kid has been in trouble. He will now, if convicted, pay for it for the rest of his life since regardless of the length of his incarceration he will have a felony conviction. In addition, he will now enter the system where parole officers and HCRS will make it very difficult for him to go anywhere except back to prison. Say goodbye to life as you used to know it Dylan.

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  12. Seriously, you don't know the whole situation so you shouldn't be calling Dylan or the family idiots. We've been put through enough. A lot of you should have something better to do with your lives other than just commenting on other people's problems. Pathetic.

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    1. Sorry AJakway, until the blog owner realizes that having something as easy as open Anonymous commenting, you will get a lot of thoughtless posting. I'm not saying that you won't get the same thing by making people create accounts, you will just get less of it and at least have a clue of what to expect from the poster commenting. This has been tried all over the Internet and it never works out. The bigger your audience, the more crappy comments you will get.

      Anyway good luck with the topic of your post. You are fighting a losing battle.

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    2. It is never pathetic to discuss arrests for criminal activity. Why don't you give us the whole situation that you claim we don't know about. Give us some social worker sob story as an excuse for criminal behavior. Tell us why Dylan with a prior criminal history is out on a token bail of $2500 when he is facing a serious maximum potential penalty of up to 35 years in prison if he is convicted? I anxiously await your answer with Kleenex in hand to stem the tide of tears that I know your fairy tale will likely bring.....

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    3. Sorry Amber, the people in this town and on this blog LOVE to hide behind the name anonymous. You are just fueling the fire by responding to them. Your mother did it last night and caused a lot of comments. Just sit back and don't respond anymore, they will shut up, like good little sheep

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    4. Frankly, I have zero tolerance for any statement Mama Jakway makes. For years she has been a malicious town gossip which carried over into the sports her kids played. She dominated who was on teams, who got benched and who got played and openly admitted it so her kids stats would be inflated.

      For years this family has made excuses for their children's poor behavior especially in school. It was NEVER their fault. I have a bit of advice..being a parent is a lot more than dumping your kid off at other people's house and making excuses as to why he does the things he does. Ya know what..you get out of your kids only what effort you put into them. Zero effort=a troubled child. I think this is the point most people don't realize. Being a parent takes time and effort, love and heartache. It isn't easy nor fun and you are not there to be your child's friend you are there to set limits, and help shape the person, the adult, your child is to become. If not they would be born adults and have no need for parents.

      For those reading this please give ajakway a break from the nasty comments. She is a little sister trying to cope with a serious and dysfunctional problem. As a parent I do feel for Dillons mom...not because I like her, because no parent should have to have the heartache of knowing their child is going to prison. It only adds to the realization that they as a parent failed. However, let this also serve as a lesson about the insatiable need to gossip and run other's into the ground either by words or backstabbing or the acts that have occurred over the years in the sports programs.

      And Amber-it is ok to publically say you love your family and your brother. Part of being an adult is having the ability to admit that what happened or was done was WRONG. It doesn't mean you love your family any less to acknowledge that. It is called being accountable for one's actions.

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    5. Well spoken and I agree with most of what you say. Amber, if it really is Amber, appears to be a defensive sister for a brother that she loves but she has to stop blaming others. Her brother , it appears, was involved in serious criminal activity and not for the first time. The prison system exists to prevent people like her brother from damaging others. That is why he must be locked up. This was not his first attempt in failing in getting it right. Now he must pay the penalty to protect the rest of us. May God have mercy on his soul and on the rest of his dysfunctional family for they truly know not what they do.

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  14. I'm quite aware that this is a public blog but when people start trashing my family then I step in. Yes, people have their opinions but you can't tell me that you wouldn't say something to someone talking bad about your blood

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    1. Yeah, people trash the schools and school employees, town and town employees, the whole town and everything in general on here, all from the comfort of their own basement and being totally anonymous. Your brother won't be any different.

      It's a shame the Springfield Vermont News doesn't realize this. Sure the site collects IP information, but courts don't force ISPs to disclose user info very easily and certainly not because someone said something you don't like.

      AJakway, some sincere advice; don't try to fight it out on here. You will bring the trolls out in droves. Nothing you say will change anything and will just get you more posts to be angry about.

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    2. Being able to insult someone on here while being Anonymous is where all the fun is! It's so easy to tear them down without them knowing who is doing it! Come on!

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  15. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? You're absolutely pathetic. Yes, people make mistakes. He made a big mistake but that doesn't make him a bad person. I'm his sister and you should probably watch your mouth before you say things. It's not an easy situation to be in and you would know that if you knew what the hell you were talking about so just stop saying you "know" all about this when you don't know a damn thing.

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    1. Come on. Give us the sob story that excuses all criminal behavior. I know you can do it. What about the people that your brother was harming? Selling heroin isn't some little league event. Tell us why he should not spend 35 years in jail? How long did you know about him selling? How about the parents?

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  16. Do not bring my parents into this. They had nothing to do with this. Dylan has friends that came over. My parents didn't think to stop every single person that came through our front door. There aren't excuses for criminal behavior but when you get into a certain kind of lifestyle, it's hard to get out of it. Especially drugs. The people that were buying the drugs from Dylan obviously weren't oblivious to the consequences so Dylan's not the only bad guy here. THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK.

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    1. So it is not Dylan's fault, it is someone else's. Your parents were clueless that all of these people dropping by for just a minute or two were buying drugs? Sure and there really is a Santa. If only I could believe you. I need more excuses first or do you think Dylan deserves to spend 35 years in the pokey for what he has done?

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    2. Hopefully, Dylan will finger his suppliers and get a decent plea deal (assuming it wasn't his suppliers that fingered him). But he is going to have a very rough time from here on out as he can bring a lot more misery down upon himself and his family, if he screws up again. Plus he is not only going to have to suffer the consequences of a conviction if found guilty, but he is going to be trapped in a system that is very difficult to escape and regain a life.

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    3. Alpin Jack, Wise advice. There is no way to judge a person's character or condemn them for eternity because they have an addiction. That is a sickness. Selling drugs... Well, that's taking it to another level and it's not okay. Ever. But it's part of a terrible lifestyle brought on by drug addiction. It's too bad there isn't more support for good, strong long term rehabilitation. Families don't have money to pay for this treatment, so their children (no matter what age) get no help. And they need help. So I would rather pay tax dollars to people who can get help, and need help and not pay for them to live in a jail. And all these freaking rich movie stars with drug problems could donate money to help make detox and long term rehab programs free for people who can't pay.

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    4. What a crock. You sound just like Chuckie, a voice from the Twilight Zone.

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    5. Well problem is that our parole system and agencies like HCRS aren't really in it to straighten the people out, but for the money and employment. It is my understanding that HCRS is basically making taking Suboxen mandatory for them to stay in the half-way houses. Once on that stuff they are pretty much under the rehabilitation people's control for life.

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    6. I don't think there's any way around the fact that Dylan is going to get fingered....

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    7. Aethelred the Unready11/29/12, 11:08 AM

      Anon -- duh, Dylan already got fingered as was indicated in the article, the question is whether he fingers the people up the supply chain (assuming they weren't the ones that fingered him). There are some health risks involved in doing that however as one considers the recent spate of "suicides" in the area.

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    1. anonymous,
      how come you're not at work?

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  18. Shall we start a death pool for how long Dylan lasts after ratting out his supplier?

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    1. Aethelred the Unready11/27/12, 3:53 PM

      Well if the supplier can't shoot any better than the gangster, his chances of survival are pretty good. But his parents house might be history, the fire department might be able to save the foundation.

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  19. With bail being only $2500 he might want to crank up his bicycle and skedaddle. Those suppliers might not want to wait and see if the law can turn him.

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  20. AJakway is the best fictional character on this blogspotte yet!!!

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    1. Aethelred the Unready11/27/12, 3:54 PM

      Why you think?

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    2. Ajackway was created by the blog administrator as a way to stir up activity, responses, and traffic to this site.

      This blog makes money off of the ads posted on the right hand side of the page, so the more traffic to the site, the more the admin makes in advertising fees.

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    3. Thanks for letting me know about the ads. I clicked on the Obama pic and it took me a site where you can buy a phony birth certificate. I ordered two. One says I was born in Hawaii and the other says I was born on Uranus.

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    4. Yeah, that one was paid for by the GOP.

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    5. Hey. I clicked on the Larry Hagman photo and it took me to VINE where they were they were giving out a buy one, get one free(BOGO) coupon for your choice of a oxenburger or a chicken dumpling dinner.

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    6. That one was actually hacked by anonymous.

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  21. First of all, Dylan is an adult. But it is the parents house. If he violated their trust and rules, he's at fault. If his parents knew what was going on, they're guilty too. Secondly, unless you live in a vacuum, you had to have known something's up. Police surveillance out front, the scum coming through your front door. And your son riding around town on a kids bike. Come on dad, where is your parenting skills. Most fathers would suggest that you need to grow up, get a life. And Mom, strangers just happen to walk into your home, without you questioning him. What about the safety of your other son and daughter! Come on now! Third, evdrything that has been in the public media lately, you really must have your heads buried deep in the sand. Now is the time that we must act as the parents wd claim to be. Even at 21, Dylan living in your house must follow rules. Have you any? If not then at least the laws. If this was my son, I will would have to think about the rest of my kids zafety. Dylan has made his life choices.

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    1. I just saw some guy on the Interstate on a bicycle peddling like crazy. Headed North but on the Southbound side. I wonder....

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  22. Bad Bubba VCI 38495011/27/12, 6:05 PM

    I be a waitin' fo Dylan....he gots them purdy lips

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    1. not the HIVIP treatment... He ain't that bad. Keep your hands off him.

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  23. He is kinda cute in an odd sort of way.

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  24. Google Dylan Davis + N Springfield. There's an entry in the NH Sentinel 5/2011 for ritalin + marijuana with intent to sell, charges DISMISSED. Could they be the same person? Middle initial T?

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