Warrants describe Millerberg home as 'crash pad' for teens
Druggies will tell you that illegal drugs never hurt anyone while conveniently
waiting you to forget victims.
From all I've seen in life, 90% of the killings and murders involve drugs and
sex. I'm sorry this little girl got caught up in the former. Maybe it will
help us all help others in avoiding this dangerous trap.
"Rooster" should be fried.
Dope in exchange for sitting... now that's a heck of a deal.
Sadly, only one out of ten addicts ever get sober and stay that way.Stay
away from drugs kids. Stay away from a life that has no happy endings. If you
choose to use, you will end up first living on the street, then either in prison
or dead. No success stories have ever been written about a drug user.There
are some great ways of dealing with the stress of growing up. Please try
Sounds like the State parole officers were doing one heck of a job watching over
this guy! NOT ...
It may well be that Alexia died of an overdose administered by Millerberg rather
than being murdered. But whatever happened he is not the kind of person that 16
year old girls should be hanging around with.
This should be a wake up call for those who want to liberalize illegal
pharmaceuticals. Alexis paid with her life because they were available.
If there are any other siblings in the home, its time for CPS to investigate and
determine whether they, too, are using drugs and whether a different environment
may be better for them. This whole thing is very sad, but if there are other
children someone needs to step in and help them.
No mention of the parents in this... Did they know about these guys being bad
news or truly didn't know that her daughter was babysitting for a bunch of drug
Drugs and the drug culture wreck so much havoc and damage in our society that I
am amazed our drug laws do not reflect this. Many people think that drug abuse
is a victimless crime. Alexis was a beautiful young lady. I am sure she was a
joy to her family. They certainly had dreams for her future just like every
parent does for their children.I know of a young man who was a 4.0
student, a promising athlete and about to graduate from high school. He went to
a restaurant with his family and put some sugar in a cup of coffee. He died
seconds after he had his first sip. Somebody had mixed a lethal drug into the
sugar and left. They never found out who.I think that Singapore has
the right idea about how to treat drug dealers and users. If we cared more about
the victims than the pushers we would do the same here.
I echo what Valiant Defender states, in that those on both sides of my family
who have dealt with depression, prescription drug or alcohol addiction, they are
pretty much so hopeless and desparate for their next fix to escape life or pain.
It is so intense that unreasonable, sleazy behavior isn't so unreasonable
anymore if they can get relief from even the shadiest of characters!@ Chris B-just FYI, the LDS members are free to behave however they want, but
they take on covenants at baptism and in their temples, to name a few. Should
they violate those covenants in any way, they must also know that there are
consequences for their choices. We also believe in justice being carried out
with the help of a merciful Savior after we've done all we can do. Hopefully the family is deriving some kind of comfort from their religious
beliefs--it is truly gut-wrenching to think of all who are involved and what has
happened to this once lovely girl!
This whole thing just makes me sick. So many people failed this young girl --
people who should have been watching out for her. Just makes me sick.
Shocked and saddened to see how Alexis was involved in the drug culture.Haven't read previous ariticles where her parents were aware of her
"habit".Heart breaking all around.
This lovely girl is in a good place now. She was on a collision course but we
don't know why. God will take care of her. She is happy.
From a depressed perspective, sometime life at home seems worse than the
possible dangers of drugs and all that goes along with it. Once addiction comes
a greater sense of hopelessness and self loathing - along with a hunger to fill
the addiction.The unthinkable becomes thinkable. As an earlier
poster mentioned, this case involves many tragedies and outrageous activities.
As an armed security officer, I got to see many young adults lives worn away by
drug abuse. The inner destruction is reflected in their haunted eyes, broken and
bleeding skin and horrific living conditions. In the cases I got to work with
personally, these kids are one step away from homelessness and feel like they
have no where to turn.Kids need to know their options. Emancipation,
adoption, state help, etc. Getting their parents help, getting themselves help,
etc.Another beautiful young life was destroyed.
Who ever is found to have murdered this poor girl, either life in prison no
parole or the death penalty. My taxes at work, and I consider them well spent.
Well said Okieland. I know it's tough for young people to understand, but there
are many reasons parents etc who care for kids try to steer them away from this
kind of thing.It's not a very glamorous or happy lifestyle as the
Millerbergs so aptly display.
There are so many victims in the sad story. Besides Alexis and her family and
friends, there are the others who were sold drugs, or paid with drugs, and the
wretched example the Millerburgs furnished for anyone associated with them.
Where are their children? They are certainly victims, and need a new start in
life with real parents.
All those teens out there who think Rx drug abuse is the 'safe side' of drug
abuse...think again. Weather it is using, dealing, or setting up deals for
others. It didn't turn out so good for Alexis. Don't go there kids, don't even
consider 'giving it a try'.
I can't wait to see this cowardly "white supremacist" and his wife in
prison forever for killing her. This couple clearly cannot be productive members
of society and were committing all kinds of frauds, then murder. They will be
able to think about it for many many years. Though looking at them I don't think
they really care, people who kill have no conscience.