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I’ve received quite a few condemnations for posting this story when it came out. Most of the replies are about me trying to cash in on this missing teen.
Let me address these first. Two of my daughters not only went to school with AJ, but both were on the Field Hockey team with her and my wife knew her.
Sometimes, people actually do things like this simply to find a missing friend.
The major update is this new article from WTKR Channel 3.
From the article:
“According to a 2005 press release from the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio, Hadsell was indicted for rape, kidnapping, assault and domestic violence.
The press release says the then 27-year-old was indicted on those charges just before his then estranged wife went missing. Those charges were later dropped.
Then a year later in 2006, the U.S. Attorney’s Office confirmed Hadsell was arrested again, sentenced to 54 months in jail for a bank robbery in Fredericksburg.”
A criminal past does not mean he did anything nefarious but, it is often true that such people are victims of someone close that they trust.
So when Keith Keller decided to start walking his dog around my youngest son while he was walking home from the school bus stop, I can make sure at least that Keith Keller’s dog doesn’t violently lung at my son as it has in the past.
The only thing he does here is stalk him and flip him off in the cowardly fashion you have seen Keith Keller do in the past.
During these earlier than normal dog walks, Keith Keller has also been hanging around my youngest son’s bus stop with the same dog.
Now why would an older man intentionally hang around a middle school bus stop or time his walks to coincide with the bus getting there? Probably the same reason that when there is no school, the dog gets walked at a different time.
While my cameras cannot see around the corner to my son’s bus stop, there are other neighbors who have security cameras that can and who know what’s going on.
I contacted the school my son attends to warn them of a man stalking my son at his bus stop with an animal that has shown aggression towards him in the past.
After all, there are other kids at the bus stop as well and the school should really know this is going on.
I also had a long and detail conversation with the Norfolk PD who I believe had at least a brief chat with Keith Keller.
My kids have been told that if the dog lunges at them and gets close enough to bite and/or tries to bite them to kick it with everything they have.
The really sad thing is that Keith Keller is so focused on going after my kids and flipping them and us off that he never noticed other neighbors in the court and in the neighborhood who have noticed his actions.
When I was asked about what was going on, I really had no choice but to tell them.
Now with these searchable videos online, I can simply show them.
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