Webster man questioned in case of missing Chili teen

Police are now questioning a Webster man in the disappearance of a Chili teen, missing in Myrtle Beach. Full Story
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Jeff

United States

#1 Apr 29, 2009
What is his explanation for checking out at that weird time?
red beard

Rochester, NY

#2 Apr 29, 2009
i think this man from Webster knows more than what he's saying.
i hope this girl is ok and they find her soon.
fairport mom

Geneva, NY

#3 Apr 29, 2009
Yes, you need an attorney to field questions from the media. Liar.
Rush

Honeoye Falls, NY

#4 Apr 29, 2009
anyone who knows this kid, knows he is a scum bag
Straight Shooter

Rochester, NY

#5 Apr 29, 2009
He looks like those douchebag guys with the fake spray on orange tans, and bad attitude always trying to lay every girl in sight.
He looks like an Oompa Loompa with that tan.
http://www.hcwdb.com/

According to CNN, he couldn't keep his alibi straight and kept changing it.
grammar police

Rochester, NY

#6 Apr 29, 2009
Just the fact that Parrinello, defender of all of the high-profile, low-life cases is his attorney should tell you someting is rotten here.
Mark

Rochester, NY

#7 Apr 29, 2009
She went to SC w/o her parents permission. He parents didnt even know she left. What kind of parents are they? the girl is gorgeous and was alone in myrtle beach during spring break. I mean I feel bad but it was a recipe for disaster to begin with. I wish the best for the family although they werent that great of parents to begin with.
Fishey

Fairport, NY

#8 Apr 29, 2009
He checks out at 2AM? He now needs a high profile criminal attorney? If you did nothing wrong why get an attorney. He is 20 and she is 17? So did he kill her?
Straight Shooter

Rochester, NY

#9 Apr 29, 2009
If this guy or his 3 buddies gave Brit any alcohol they need to be extradited back to Myrtle and charged. Who knows if they got her impaired or put something in her drink like a ruffie or GHB and she got confused and went wrong way and ended up in a bad part of MB.

While they're at it, charge that Jen B who is in the newspaper story, the 20 yr old who took her down there. Charge them with transporting a minor over state lines and I'm sure that they gave her alcohol too.
seansmom

Waterloo, NY

#10 Apr 29, 2009
This kid or his parents could have hired almost any attorney to field the questions from the police or the media. The fact that they hired a criminal defense attorney sends up HUGE red flags. In addition to that the fact that they hired John Parrinello speaks volumes to the level of this kid's involvement in this case. Parrinello's services do not come cheap!! These parents will end up spending a fortune to defend their son but they may not get the end result that they want. If it looks like a snake and acts like a snake...it MUST BE A SNAKE!!!!
dmcarr2005

Frederick, MD

#11 Apr 29, 2009
For the person who said, her parents weren't good parents you must not have kids. You can't watch them every minute of the day and if they are good kids there would be no reason to think they would take off. Maybe you should realize that doesn't make them bad parents, maybe just a little to trusting.
grammar police

Rochester, NY

#12 Apr 29, 2009
seansmom wrote:
This kid or his parents could have hired almost any attorney to field the questions from the police or the media. The fact that they hired a criminal defense attorney sends up HUGE red flags. In addition to that the fact that they hired John Parrinello speaks volumes to the level of this kid's involvement in this case. Parrinello's services do not come cheap!! These parents will end up spending a fortune to defend their son but they may not get the end result that they want. If it looks like a snake and acts like a snake...it MUST BE A SNAKE!!!!
You said what I said, only better!
Steph

Hamlin, NY

#13 Apr 29, 2009
I also think this webster kid knows more then what he's letting on. You don't hire a lawyer to field calls from the media. Hopefully this doesn't turn out to be another Holloway story. I hope they find her and she is ok.
Dale

Falls Church, VA

#14 Apr 29, 2009
I heard the Mother was on the phone with this kid in the middle of the night, told him she's coming down and calling the cops. So he checked out ASAP and came home...
Lisa

Oakfield, NY

#15 Apr 29, 2009
Shame on anyone that is judging anyone in this or any incident. Bottom line here is to find out what has happened to Brittanee regardless. What kind of society are we that we judge other people and start name calling, etc... we should focus on the situation at hand. We have no right to assume anything about anyone. It's disgusting to think people actually resort to these actions when a person is missing. Let's stop the bashing and judging and be a better person.
keri

Lyndonville, NY

#16 Apr 29, 2009
After having had a "gathering" at which Brittanee attended his hotel room, something must have happened to scare or push him to check out of his hotel room at 2 a.m.(Peter) then driving the 12-14 hours back to Rochester. I'm not trying to insinuate foul play of any sort, just simply stating that there has got to be someone that knows a whole lot more than they are sharing. Withholding any imformation is not only hurting the chances of helping and/or finding Brittanee but also leave people questioning you and your possible involvement or knowledge of what you may know
billl

Rochester, NY

#17 Apr 29, 2009
Straight Shooter wrote:
If this guy or his 3 buddies gave Brit any alcohol they need to be extradited back to Myrtle and charged. Who knows if they got her impaired or put something in her drink like a ruffie or GHB and she got confused and went wrong way and ended up in a bad part of MB.
While they're at it, charge that Jen B who is in the newspaper story, the 20 yr old who took her down there. Charge them with transporting a minor over state lines and I'm sure that they gave her alcohol too.
DITTO!!!!!!!!!!

Since: Mar 09

Ontario

#18 Apr 29, 2009
No one hires Parrinello if they are innocent.
jackass

Prior Lake, MN

#19 Apr 29, 2009
freak
billl

Rochester, NY

#20 Apr 29, 2009
seansmom wrote:
This kid or his parents could have hired almost any attorney to field the questions from the police or the media. The fact that they hired a criminal defense attorney sends up HUGE red flags. In addition to that the fact that they hired John Parrinello speaks volumes to the level of this kid's involvement in this case. Parrinello's services do not come cheap!! These parents will end up spending a fortune to defend their son but they may not get the end result that they want. If it looks like a snake and acts like a snake...it MUST BE A SNAKE!!!!
Ditto again! However, when was the last time Parrinello won a case? He is not the lawyer he use to be.

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