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Carrollton Free Press Standard News | Trio charged with selling heroin remain in jail

There are 90 comments on the Carrollton Free Press Standard story from Oct 23, 2012, titled Carrollton Free Press Standard News | Trio charged with selling heroin remain in jail. In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

Both men remain in the Carroll County Jail on $200,000 cash or surety bonds. The three men charged Oct.

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Dover, OH

#83 Nov 2, 2012
Nurse wrote:
And furthermore like i said my husband is a lawyer a damn good one for that matter there is no way anyone could get me for deformation of character. And if so miss Denise would also get it as well cause she is making false accusations on mr. Stutler, but there is absolutely no grounds read my post again I stated he is prolly in the same stuff not he is. Now you have a good day go back to school and learn proper grammar and maybe stop watching people do drugs and do something about it because that is sick you should of called the police maybe if you would of done something that girl would still be alive. Hope you can sleep at night. I am totally sick now. This will be the last post I write hopefully those boys will get the help they need!!!!'
It's DEFAMATION of character. Haha;) Where did you get your degree again? And honestly, it sounds like you're campaigning for Mr. Stutler. Are you his lawyer or his Mommy? I heard all about those three pissing, shitting, and vomiting all over themselves in jail from withdrawls, and I think its hilarious. They don't need help, they need jail. They can go and lay in the bed they worked so hard to make. I think what goes around... is coming around. And THANK GOD!!!

Ashland, OH

#84 Nov 3, 2012
Wow you people are crazy a girl is dead and all you wanna do is bicker back and forth with each other that is truly sad. A person lost her life. It doesn't matter if she was an addict or not she is dead let her be remembered for the good things not the bad. As for those boys they are truly out of control I think jail is the best place for them and personally if stutlers mom wouldnt of alwIays bailed him out of trouble he would be the way he is. In my eyes. I know him personally and he will never ever change. He is not a friend or relation by choice he brings his family a bad is pathetic the way he acts. I am truly sorry for your family's loss.

Dover, OH

#85 Nov 3, 2012
I read everyones post yesterday, but needed sometime to go over in my head what to write, so here it goes.... Holly was the most amazing girl I have ever met in my life....I had the privilege of knowing her since she was a little girl....she was not only my friend but my family, and that makes me the lucky one to say that!!!! I trusted every aspect of my life in her hands, including the 2 most important in my life, my kids!!!! she babysat them since they were babies and grew to love her just as much as I do....We all have addictions in this life whether it be food, alcohol, nicotine, drugs, or so on.... and who are we to judge anyone? We all will have our day of judgement by one and one only....Holly loved life, but there are people who make life difficult and how we choose to deal with them is our own right...unless you knew Holly well enough you have no clue what she was dealing with and how she chose to deal with it was her right...Holly is not here to read these post but please remember her family, her child and her fiance are and are going through a horrible time dealing with the loss of an amazing woman and the these horrible comments are out in the universe and I pray her son never has to know about any of this, we want him to remember the mother that he loves so dearly today and that she loved him more than life till her last breathe but continues to watch and care for him from above!!!!

And for B hes not perfect, but if you REALLY know him and can look in his eyes, you see how lost he is without Holly and how dare you judge this man who is raising his son, working daily and trying to cope, if you know him sooooo well you would never down him like you do....He is a good man, just ask his family and friends.....

Raeford, NC

#86 Nov 3, 2012
Nurse...thats my sister your talking about now get off your high horse and get over yourself
peace in the valley

Dover, OH

#87 Nov 3, 2012
It is time to put this thread to rest. It is cruel to put a beautiful woman's family through anymore anguish about what someone might be saying about the circumstances of her passing.
Aunt Shell

Hicksville, OH

#88 Nov 3, 2012
Hear I sit in tears as I watch as my beloved niece Holly and nephew B and our family and the Jenkins get dragged through the mud. I was always told growing up when other folks talked like that they were jealous of you. Are you all jealous? Do you want the hurt, pain, loss, and sorrow they we are going through. How about all this bullshit slander and hurtful gossip you people are spreading. Well please take it and give us back our blessed Holly. If you cannot do that.....THEN SHUT THE HELL UP!!!!!!
Were you there that day to see it happen? Did you do CPR on her? Did you follow the ambulance to the hospital? Did you sit there for hours beginning her to wake up???? Unless you can say YES to any of these questions again....SHUT THE HELL UP!!!!!
Do you really think those boys are going to tell the truth. They are going to say anything to cover the backsides....DUH drug dealers. You all keep saying "junkies" will do or say anything...well so will a drug dealer. They are the best salesmen around. I have three granddaughters and I do not plan on burying any more of my family because of these "boys". So if we raise a fuss get over it. We will NOT let her death be in vain, but if you like we can take your children's names down and make sure they are not protected from any of the other drug dealers in town.
To my family and the Jenkins I am so sorry this town would be so cold to do this. Freedom of speech is one thing....being human is another. I love you all.
Aunt Shell

Hicksville, OH

#89 Nov 3, 2012
what the wrote:
okay some of you sound like idiots! who the frig do u think u are to comment on this? did she do drugs? yes. is that your buisness? NO!! stop dragging hollys name through the mud. what really are u proving? are u really trying to prove that she was a junkie? who the f cares? her family are now left without a daughter,sister,mother, friend ect. saying what she did to get high or whatever doesnt prove anything other then u are an idiot who needs to shut their damn mouths! these 3 pigs need to go to jail they traffic'd drugs to carrollton. had they not maybe her family wouldnt be going through this! but to talk about holly is just plain classless! get a life! get a clue! that baby lost his mother the person who at his age should still have her to run to for booboos, bad dreams and love. THAT is what the problem is! you should be ashamed of yourselves for talking about her like that! her mother is trying to stop other parents, siblings, family and friends from going through this too! get over yourselves and stop the nonsense!!
may the heavens above bless you...thank you for your words
Aunt Shell

Hicksville, OH

#90 Nov 3, 2012
Megan wrote:
Hollys families have suffered enough. We all understand that Holly was a big girl and made her own decisions. Those "boys" are being charged with selling heroin among other things. So take your dumb bullshit of them not being punished for her death and get a life. I've read all if these comments of people placing blame. And a very select few know the true details. My question is how is it a bad thing when families come together to bring light to a bad problem that Carrollton is having? How can you look at yourself in the mirror knowing that youre bullying a cause to make it safer for children in a town? These men were selling heroin around schools, playgrounds, etc. But instead of thinking about the fact that those people aren't running around your KIDS, your SCHOOLS and your town in general you want to pick at the wounds of a grieving family. Everyone has their demons and it's nobody's business to come on here and judge Hollys. Have some respect.
You Go Girl!!!! one of the best post.

Dover, OH

#91 Nov 3, 2012
People are pathetic,If you can sit here and voice your opinion can you not at least have the courage to use your name? Gutless. Instead of worrying about a mistake made by someone why not concentrate on making sure it never happens to another. If you are going to post a comment, at least have your facts correct. Everyone can try to pose themselves as self righteous as they want. Fact is this could happen to anyone. Our jobs as people who are here is to do something about it! We need to get this out of our town and every town! Throwing accusations around doesn't do anything except to make someone look bad. What does that solve? Instead, why not take a stand and do something to ensure a better future for others!!
Live Free

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

#92 Nov 4, 2012
Tragedy is never tragedy until it hits close to home. When it happens somewhere else, it's just a blip on the radar on the news, but when it hits home, it hits like a ton of bricks. I know nothing of the situation other than what I've read from the local newspapers, and as far as I'm concerned, everything written here in the forum is hearsay. There are three sides to the story -- there's what the family says, what the community says and gossips about, and then there's the truth that is only known by Holly and the three boys currently in custody.

The entire situation is heartbreaking. Holly has lost her life, and Holly's family has lost their daughter, granddaughter, sister, significant other, and mother. It sounds like Holly was a good kid who just made a few poor decisions, and we've all been there. I truly feel for her family and friends.

Likewise, and I may take some heat for this, I also feel for the three boys. I only knew Kevin 6-8 years ago, and from what I remember, he was a good kid. It seems that he and the other boys got off track somewhere. It's a shame all the way around. That all said, they should be held accountable for their actions of pushing dope. I'm not an attorney, but punishing them for the death of this poor girl seems a bit harsh if there was no involvement other than provision of the substance.

Please be kind to the family and friends of Holly, as I'm sure none of us would like to log on here to read negative comments about one of our deceased loved ones, even if those allegations are true.

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