Teen faces drug count after death

Teen faces drug count after death

There are 36 comments on the A liberal dose story from Apr 24, 2007, titled Teen faces drug count after death. In it, A liberal dose reports that:

EULESS -- A 16-year-old Colleyville Heritage High School student is accused of selling methadone in the school's courtyard to a classmate who later died of an apparent drug overdose at his Euless home, ...

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Sis of Brett-MurderVict im

San Antonio, TX

#23 Sep 21, 2007
Taylor was not a drug dealer!! You people that say this just to upset his parents who have suffered enough are absolutely pathetic!! You are just friends of Cameron's!! You've got to be messed up on dope and a few brain cells short to even know what you are talking about!!!One day you will will have your own kids and karma will come back to bite you in the butt!!! You better pray for forgiveness now that you don't wind up in Taylor's parents shoes!!
Andrea

San Antonio, TX

#24 Sep 27, 2007
Sowing And Reaping

Read: Galatians 6:6-9

Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.--Galatians 6:7

It seemed innocent enough at the time. I had just come home from high school and told my mom that I was going to a friend's house to play football. She insisted that I stay home and do my homework. Instead, I slipped out the back door and spent the next 2 hours making tackles and touchdowns in my friend's backyard. But on the last play, I was tackled into a swingset and knocked out my front tooth. It hurt like crazy, but not as badly as telling my parents.

That choice to disobey put me on a 10-year path of dental problems and pain that have continuing implications today. Ballplayer Roy Hobbs said in the film The Natural, "Some mistakes you never stop paying for."

Centuries earlier, Paul captured the same idea in the universal law of sowing and reaping. He said, "Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap" (Gal. 6:7). Our choices often have a reach and impact that we could never imagine. Thus the apostle's words remind us to choose wisely.

The choices we make today produce the consequences we reap tomorrow. It's far better to avoid sin in the first place than to struggle to overcome its consequences.

Lord, we need Your wisdom to help us make good choices, and forgiveness when we make bad choices.--Bill Crowder

Surer than autumn's harvests
Are harvests of thought and deed;
Like those that our hands have planted,
The yield will be like the seed.--Harris

One good reason for doing the right thing today is tomorrow.
Sally in AR

Hindsville, AR

#25 Sep 28, 2007
It's a bad deal for everyone involved in any way. The kid did know he was taking a risk with illegal drugs. It wasn't like this was his first and only experience with drugs. Come on people, if you are going to do drugs, you should be aware of the risks. Just like the kid who died, he was too young to understand the permance of death as a consequence, so is the kid who sold them the drugs. About the not so strong part, he saw cancerous grandma taking lots of them. Of course he thought his friends were heavierweights than granny.
Sally in AR

Hindsville, AR

#26 Sep 28, 2007
Where were Marks' supposed friends? Someone tells you that they took 6 Xanax, 3 Methadone, and smoked pot, stumbles around, and you let them go home alone??? What kind of friends are these to say see ya? Why didn't they try to take him to the hospital? Why didn't they walk him home out of concern? If this is murder like many of you say, wouldn't the victim's own "friends" be accessories, or at least bystanders that didn't call for help? This must have been some kind of typical behavior to not cause extreme concern! I am sorry for the loss everyone is suffering, but this kid had problems with drugs before the methadone even comes into question. USE COMMON SENSE!!!
Lauren

Carrollton, TX

#27 Oct 8, 2007
Taylor was such a good kid He didnt deserve to die likr that the kid that sold it to him also broke into my friends house and stole a lot of stuff.He lied to Taylor and said it was a much smaller dose than it was so he took more to compensate.Fuck any of you who think that he deserved this it's colleyville the kids do drugs it's what they do I did when I was that age and He was lied to.
user

Arlington, TX

#28 May 27, 2008
Im not saying that Taylor deserved to die, regaurdless of if he sold drugs or not. Point is, he took the drugs that killed him, willing. No one MADE him take them. And its pointless that he was told that the Methodome was 'weak' when it was 'strong.' When anyone buys any drugs off the street, you never know exactly what you are going to get, how strong, what it is cut with, how it was stepped on. If you take 'street drugs', of ANY kind, you need to be smart enough to know that there is NOT a money back guarantee, not a ingredients lable on the bag. If you take drugs that are NOT prescribed to you by a doctor, there is a risk in taking them!!!!!!!!! EVERYONE knows that!!!! FYI, I have been on Methodome for the last year. I have also mixed it with Xanx, Herion, Coke, liquid Valium. Yes, I have overdosed many times. But I know the risk!!!!!!!! If I did od, it would be MY fault and ONLY my fault!!! Not the person who sold me the drugs!!!!!!!!!!
Just Say No

United States

#29 May 28, 2008
Okay, I totally agree with the dealer being tried for murder, but I don't understand, why most of you don't blame Taylor for buying and taking the drug? No one held him down and made him buy/take those pills. I think that buying should be just as illegal as selling, but of course Taylor has already paid for this crime.
In my opinion, if you are going to buy and take drugs, then you are capable of giving or selling drugs to others. Most kids on drugs, don't do them alone.
victimes best friend

Melissa, TX

#30 Jul 7, 2008
im sorry cameron brown is a sorry as hole and i hope that he gets what he deserves. OH wait he didnt because of our justice system. im sorry he needs to be put away for life.
Justice Served

United States

#31 Jul 10, 2008
Well, Cameron finally got his. He violated his probation and is now in jail until he turns 18.
TMCG

Wichita, KS

#32 Jul 29, 2008
sarah wrote:
I think he should be charged of murder
because we lost someone so amazing that it hurts everyday to think of it
all because of one person we all have to deal with this
Taylor was amazing
he didnt desirve this
I hope from all this
people can learn
colleyville is rated one of the number one drug schools
and its not right
it once was a great school
[rip taylor]
Where the hell are you getting your "facts" about CHHS being one of the number one drug schools?

Just curious...
big c

United States

#33 Aug 27, 2008
cameron brown was a asshole to me from the first day that i have met him. but untill that day that he sold the pills to talor. i could not belive what had happend until the funreal was setup by the family. TALOR WILL BE MISSED BY FAMILY AND FRIENDS. i was a good friend to talor he was a very cool guy and i will miss him dearly.
CHHS

Carrollton, TX

#35 Oct 10, 2008
CHHS is the number one drug dealing school in texas. The school is overrun with drug dealing rednecks, mexicans, and ghetto kids who are just so full of theirselves. I could name some drug deals currently running up in the school if you will. But the admin and even the police offer wouldn't even bother, so why should i intervene?
DJS

Fort Worth, TX

#36 Aug 17, 2009
Just wondering...
People OD from drugs everyday. Drugs that are legal. So, how is this a murder case? The kid sold drugs, sure, it's a crime. But to conclude that he then, "murdered" this other boy, is fallacious. One doesn't entail the other...

You'd have to hear the intent to get to a homicide.
Hate Druggies

Sanger, TX

#37 Aug 18, 2009
The boy that died killed himself. No one forced him to take anything. It was his decision to get high and his decision to die. Period. End of story. No sympathy for stupidity....no drugs are safe.
still there

Lavon, TX

#38 Nov 22, 2009
DJS wrote:
Just wondering...
People OD from drugs everyday. Drugs that are legal. So, how is this a murder case? The kid sold drugs, sure, it's a crime. But to conclude that he then, "murdered" this other boy, is fallacious. One doesn't entail the other...
You'd have to hear the intent to get to a homicide.
Look Dipshit, Taylor did not buy them. Cameron gave them to him. And he did not like Taylor, so that would be intentional.;
still there

Lavon, TX

#39 Nov 22, 2009
Hate Druggies wrote:
The boy that died killed himself. No one forced him to take anything. It was his decision to get high and his decision to die. Period. End of story. No sympathy for stupidity....no drugs are safe.
You are a really screwed up person. I was reading on another blog about a person that I knew passed away and you were saying really cruel things about her. You and your stupid sister were gonig back forth and saying shit about her. Do you get off on other peoples misery? Remember, you reap what you sow. How sick to get on and read about all the people that passed. Do you not have a life? And if you knew the facts to this story and knew the people you would know what you were talking about. It is almost hysterical because you do not know shit about the situation here.
Taylor would never kill himself, he was commited to Jesus.

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