Oh Boy Bon Jovi...
truth

Utica, NY

#42 Nov 14, 2012
JBJ's daughter will reveal her supplier as part of her plea deal. She'll get a medical leave from the college for a while and go on probation in exchange. You can bet her dealer is awfully nervous tonight. LE is more intent on going after suppliers. The college will bend over for JBJ with his Dec. 5

concert/fundraiser.
Clintonian

Utica, NY

#43 Nov 14, 2012
R u kidding me! Maybe he shoulda checked into this town before he sent his kid there! They r big into heroin & several. Heroin addicts in jail or in the ground. Just because they have the $ to cover it up & hide that's it. It goes as far as the judge & as fazr as the firefighters who do coke in 1 of the biggest business in the area. Get for real. So sorry so sad keep injecting so u can all rot & die like u deserve
Clintonian

Utica, NY

#44 Nov 14, 2012
Maybe u shoulda checked into 1 of the biggest cover up biggest druggy towns aroundm. Soo sorry soo sad. Spoiled little brat shoulda know better
OMG

Boston, MA

#46 Nov 14, 2012
WkTv wrote:
<quoted text>Well when someone is found unresponsive and drug parafinalia is found around the scene the athorities have no choice but to step in!!
. WTF! Try paraphernalia! Dumass!
What

New Hartford, NY

#47 Nov 14, 2012
Who cares if someone make a spelling mistake. Really now! How childish can you be???? Give it a rest Smartass!!
runon

Utica, NY

#48 Nov 14, 2012
KPD will either be sued or all charges will be dropped. English screwed this up.
Brooke bullen

United States

#50 Nov 14, 2012
Clintonian wrote:
R u kidding me! Maybe he shoulda checked into this town before he sent his kid there! They r big into heroin & several. Heroin addicts in jail or in the ground. Just because they have the $ to cover it up & hide that's it. It goes as far as the judge & as fazr as the firefighters who do coke in 1 of the biggest business in the area. Get for real. So sorry so sad keep injecting so u can all rot & die like u deserve
I hear Waterville is heroin central. Just ask Brooke Bullen-a waste of a beautiful girl.
Honey Boo Boo

Roxbury, NY

#51 Nov 15, 2012
Right wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it John or Jon? You're posting from Yorkville? LMFAO!!! Nice try.
That what I thought... "John" Bon Jovi in Yorkville??? I always thought people in pajama pants doing scratch offs live in Yorkville..
i llll

Oneida, NY

#53 Nov 15, 2012
Brooke bullen wrote:
<quoted text>I hear Waterville is heroin central. Just ask Brooke Bullen-a waste of a beautiful girl.
She was with Tim treen HA??
funny as fk

Utica, NY

#54 Nov 15, 2012
kids gotta be on drugs to spend all that money on education to graduate and get a job at walmart.
slow boat

Utica, NY

#55 Nov 15, 2012
Enough!!!!!!!!!!
Reason

Utica, NY

#56 Nov 15, 2012
First off, thank goodness the daughter lived through the ordeal. She is a young woman with a future ahead of her. Second- Great job by the emergency responders! They brought her back to life. Kudos to those heroes. They will probably never get the proper honor for their actions as the case will undoubtedly be placed under the cone of silence. Third, even though there is legislation to protect those who call in overdoses, to protect those in trouble, if there is a "crapload" of drug material and drugs there, the police cannot just ignore it and toss it in the trash. That would be considered a "cover-up". Fourth- no word about the guy there who also was involved in the event- was he a student? a friend? Fifth, normal students who get drug convictions are no longer eligible for student loan consideration. Most students (and many parents) are not aware of this although in the case of wealthy families, this factor isn't really a factor. Sixth- all the other hard working and law abiding students at Hamilton College are needlessly impacted by this publicity. The majoriity of the stidents at Hamilton are not famous, snooty or criminals. Most are trying to do well in college and go on to be successful, happy, well-adjusted citizens.

Lastly, give your children at home a hug. Call your kids in college and tell them you love them. Say a little prayer for the kids and families that are living in their little cubicle of hell due to substance abuse. It effects the rich, the poor, white,black and green people. I hope that someone profits by this tragedy (but it could have been a LOT worse) by learning from the mistakes made by others. Drugs are not the answer.
dump her

Franklin Park, IL

#57 Nov 15, 2012
sad wrote:
The girl is being used as a high profile pawn in a pissing match between Hamilton College and The Kirkland PD.
This is exactly the leverage the PD was looking for at the expense of. Celebrity's daughter. Notice how Dan English is not releasing any quotes. Just canned rhetoric.
The real issue will be wether or not JBJ follows through on his December 5 NYC concert plans to raise money for Hamilton College. I guess that is gonna depend upon who plays ball. If preferential treatment is given people will scream. If not, Hamilton could lose big! Let's see how much muscle the college has.
Best wishes for a safe and speedy recovery for his daughter.
There is NO recovery for people like this! This is what they live for and that is it. The recent attitude by those student's has been unreal since this has come to town. That college must dump her before the next trip. Her next trip might include a few other kids or some innocent victim if she drives down that hill loaded in a car.

Now, knowing the local judges, all her daddy has to do is show up and sign their autograph books and they will become weak in the knees, drool at the mouth and be all so giddy over Jon Bon Jovi who has no talent.

This brat will destroy that college reputation. If that college doesn't take action and get rid of her, her notoriety will destroy that imitation Ivy League's reputation.
Concerned tax payer

Holden, MA

#58 Nov 15, 2012
Just guessing but I'de bet that if asked about a local drug problem chief English would completely deny having any prior knowledge of any local drugs.This guy only seems interested in sucking up as much overtime as possible and holding his job until retirement.He is definitely not a stand up guy.
dump her

Franklin Park, IL

#59 Nov 15, 2012
Reason wrote:
First off, thank goodness the daughter lived through the ordeal. She is a young woman with a future ahead of her. Second- Great job by the emergency responders! They brought her back to life. Kudos to those heroes. They will probably never get the proper honor for their actions as the case will undoubtedly be placed under the cone of silence. Third, even though there is legislation to protect those who call in overdoses, to protect those in trouble, if there is a "crapload" of drug material and drugs there, the police cannot just ignore it and toss it in the trash. That would be considered a "cover-up". Fourth- no word about the guy there who also was involved in the event- was he a student? a friend? Fifth, normal students who get drug convictions are no longer eligible for student loan consideration. Most students (and many parents) are not aware of this although in the case of wealthy families, this factor isn't really a factor. Sixth- all the other hard working and law abiding students at Hamilton College are needlessly impacted by this publicity. The majoriity of the stidents at Hamilton are not famous, snooty or criminals. Most are trying to do well in college and go on to be successful, happy, well-adjusted citizens.
Lastly, give your children at home a hug. Call your kids in college and tell them you love them. Say a little prayer for the kids and families that are living in their little cubicle of hell due to substance abuse. It effects the rich, the poor, white,black and green people. I hope that someone profits by this tragedy (but it could have been a LOT worse) by learning from the mistakes made by others. Drugs are not the answer.
"Lastly, give your children at home a hug. Call your kids in college and tell them you love them. Say a little prayer for the kids and families that are living in their little cubicle of hell due to substance abuse. It effects the rich, the poor, white,black and green people. I hope that someone profits by this tragedy (but it could have been a LOT worse) by learning from the mistakes made by others. Drugs are not the answer."

Oh, your so full of crap, get 'em a hug! Get lost! What a pansy! What about the other people who are subjected to such utmost harassment and get NO protection or support! It is too bad she didn't die because this person is a loser!

Give 'em a hug, oh, your sick! No wonder they are nothing more than users and druggies.
Inca God

Utica, NY

#60 Nov 15, 2012
She is a loser? So she must die?

It is dangerous to anger the Inca God with your "pansy" remarks. I prefer virginal sacrifices of pre-pubescent sexually-confused pukes. Apparently you have all the attributes needed for the job. Step up to my obsidian friend.
Just Wondering

Dover, DE

#61 Nov 15, 2012
dump her wrote:
<quoted text>
There is NO recovery for people like this! This is what they live for and that is it. The recent attitude by those student's has been unreal since this has come to town. That college must dump her before the next trip. Her next trip might include a few other kids or some innocent victim if she drives down that hill loaded in a car.
Now, knowing the local judges, all her daddy has to do is show up and sign their autograph books and they will become weak in the knees, drool at the mouth and be all so giddy over Jon Bon Jovi who has no talent.
This brat will destroy that college reputation. If that college doesn't take action and get rid of her, her notoriety will destroy that imitation Ivy League's reputation.
JonBonJovi is talented and hott!! Hope his daughter is okay. Everyone makes mistakes.
i llll

Utica, NY

#62 Nov 15, 2012
Reason wrote:
First off, thank goodness the daughter lived through the ordeal. She is a young woman with a future ahead of her. Second- Great job by the emergency responders! They brought her back to life. Kudos to those heroes. They will probably never get the proper honor for their actions as the case will undoubtedly be placed under the cone of silence. Third, even though there is legislation to protect those who call in overdoses, to protect those in trouble, if there is a "crapload" of drug material and drugs there, the police cannot just ignore it and toss it in the trash. That would be considered a "cover-up". Fourth- no word about the guy there who also was involved in the event- was he a student? a friend? Fifth, normal students who get drug convictions are no longer eligible for student loan consideration. Most students (and many parents) are not aware of this although in the case of wealthy families, this factor isn't really a factor. Sixth- all the other hard working and law abiding students at Hamilton College are needlessly impacted by this publicity. The majoriity of the stidents at Hamilton are not famous, snooty or criminals. Most are trying to do well in college and go on to be successful, happy, well-adjusted citizens.

Lastly, give your children at home a hug. Call your kids in college and tell them you love them. Say a little prayer for the kids and families that are living in their little cubicle of hell due to substance abuse. It effects the rich, the poor, white,black and green people. I hope that someone profits by this tragedy (but it could have been a LOT worse) by learning from the mistakes made by others. Drugs are not the answer.
Well said. Prayers ARE in order
i llll

Utica, NY

#63 Nov 15, 2012
dump her wrote:
<quoted text>There is NO recovery for people like this! This is what they live for and that is it. The recent attitude by those student's has been unreal since this has come to town. That college must dump her before the next trip. Her next trip might include a few other kids or some innocent victim if she drives down that hill loaded in a car.

Now, knowing the local judges, all her daddy has to do is show up and sign their autograph books and they will become weak in the knees, drool at the mouth and be all so giddy over Jon Bon Jovi who has no talent.

This brat will destroy that college reputation. If that college doesn't take action and get rid of her, her notoriety will destroy that imitation Ivy League's reputation.
Shut up you sour person. There IS recovery. She's lucky her father has the resources to help. Maybe if you list sov
Shipwreck Lady

Fairport, NY

#64 Nov 15, 2012
She can get herself rehabbed and go into acting... Maybe she'll be an "Ally McBeal" part ii.

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