Morgan Harrington Murder: Rumors Of A Suspects Arrest

Posted by BOC Staff | Alex Harrington,Amy Melvin,Dan Harrington,Gil Harrington,Morgan Harrington,Murdered,Sara Snead | Thursday 28 January 2010 3:11 pm

Charlottesville, VA– This afternoon, originating on a VT Athletics Site rumors clogged the web that a suspect was placed under arrest for the murder of Morgan Harrington. After my 20th comment in 10 minutes and 12th email inquiry about it, I went to the source.

Crime scene

..There has been no arrest. It is an unfounded rumor and I have no idea how or where it started. I can only assume it stemmed from the fact that we completed our investigation of the crime scene at Anchorage Farm early this afternoon, I guess I will probably have to put out an email this afternoon..”

– Corrine Geller, PR Manager for VSP to Blink

As exclusively reported yesterday on, it is expected that the  and VSP upcoming conversations with those on the list with permission to hunt on Anchorage Farm, will propel the investigation into the murder of Morgan Harrington quickly.

However, Virginia State Police are not discussing whether or not they have a person of interest or suspect in this case.

There is however, unreleased new information and new evidence gleaned from the crime scene. VSP will not disclose what personal effects were found with Morgan’s remains at this time.

The viral arrest rumor was not the only odd occurrance today.

In what appears to be an unrelated coincidence, an explosive device was detinated on the train tracks close to James Madison University this morning. A nearby dorm has been evacuated in connection with materials found at the scene, and a criminal investigation has been launched by the ATF.

JMU is the school several of Morgan’s friends attend, and from where the group departed to attend the Metallica Concert that fateful night of October 17, 2009.

Check back to for updates to this developing story.

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  1. suz says:

    Shoot, Blink, I don’t want to have made a good point. I want you guys to tell me how wrong i am.

  2. suz says:

    FWIT, I think they WILL catch the bad guy. They must. And they will. I BELIEVE, oh yes I do.

  3. gen says:

    Is there any history of KKK activities on Anchorage Farm?

  4. Red Hill local says:

    “S Jones says:
    February 5, 2010 at 1:35 pm – Question:

    Any History of Moonshine or a Still on this property.
    Please go back in History

    Having knowledge of the property for many years, I highly doubt there was a still on the property within the last 50 years. The previous owners were very proper, religious folk, and except the occasional “Walton’s” family brandy sip, I doubt there was much alcohol consumed there…that is until the renters moved in.

    I can only remember one small old tenant house on the property and that was in shambles 30 years ago. Bulldozed over long ago.

  5. justiceformorgan says:

    Thank you for your response gifter3! Nice to know I’m not completely clueless at this point :) I’m amazed at the amount of good detective work done by the members of this site!

  6. justiceformorgan says:

    And, the Jane Velez-Mitchell interview with WT was cut short by the balloon boy story. Unbelievable.

  7. olderbutwiser says:


    I would like to ask you a question without it being posted. Is that possible?



  8. zeusrocks says:

    “if this is too “mushy” for you — get over it — or start your own forum called: that damn Skyler makes too many mushy posts on BOC.”

    Sky-Best*Comment*Ever! Word dude! That’s what I say to my sons and they are always like, “oh mom, please, no, don’t go there, okay? Please.” But they always cut me slack, because that’s what families do-love you and put up with you no matter what.

    I agree with Sky, Blink and everyone else on this site. I’m pretty new on here, but I feel that the knowing and sharing of each person is part and parcel of what makes BOC so special! Yes, we could simply state the facts, Ma’am, be all somber, severe and serious, never say who we are inside, or what we believe in; but I think that we would be going about this all wrong then. I think that this loss of a beautiful, vibrant young lady, this horrific and tragic crime, will be solved, not only with facts and solid evidence and the contribution of so many people; but with heart (and tears, grief, sorrow, sympathy, depth, disagreements, fearlessness, sharing, humor, humility and love). I don’t think anything less would do for this shiny girl who has come to own a piece of all our hearts.

    I know she is listening, and guiding each and every person who is trying to help her and her family. Morgan is the one who made sure she would be found, days before another snowfall (what were the odds-seriously)! And even though we had all wished so hard for a good outcome and not what this has come down to; we are doing the best we can to think and brainstorm and research, but also to laugh and live and love (just like the Harrington’s are teaching us with their example)! Sure, we people on BOC are probably not going to be the ones to solve this case, but we are at least trying to help, in the only way we know how.

    Nearly every man who develops an idea works it up to the point where it looks impossible, and then he gets discouraged. That’s not the place to become discouraged.
    Thomas A. Edison

  9. Ragdoll says:

    #30 30.localcvillegirl


    Is she the aunt of Bob Teel?


    Not sure hon! She could even be a cousin 5 times removed :P I’ve been trying to find the ‘link’ where I found her name. I was link-surfin……ended up on some site. Did I bookmark it? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! My bad.

    Very humble opinion, but LE KNOWS this dude. They got him, so to speak. As one poster mentioned, they want an air tight case. They want to know his habits, lifestyle, associations, hobbies, friends, enemies, behaviour….everything! Hook, line and sinker.

  10. Ragdoll says:

    He has ancestral ties to this land???????

  11. suz says:

    I don’t think it’s going to be anyone with permission to access the property. The way they left her would be dumb since they didn’t attempt a burial. A person with access could have dumped her that night, then come back onto the property freely at any time to move her into the woods, dig a shallow grave, etc. So I think it’s NOT going to be someone related to the property. It will be a local who trespasses on that property (they won’t really consider themselves a trespasser–they’re just cutting through maybe). Someone who has spent some time there. Mebbe someone who did some hired hand work there at some point, but seriously could just be a local who gets drunk and goes four wheeling there.

    I still think she was alive when she was brought there. Much better to dump a body in the woods if you’re just leaving it somewhere.

  12. justiceformorgan says:

    o.k…this is disturbing. WT is a fan of only one film according to his W….rocks facebook page. Jennifer’s Body. I’m watching the movie right now – I’m part way through. Blink, if you haven’t seen the movie, I would highly recommend you watch it. It is truly disturbing to see the simularities. I just stopped the movie to post this comment when I heard the word “tragedy” being used in the movie. It would be interesting to know the date the movie was released and also when WT added it to his facebook page as his favorite “film”.

    I have not seen it, will check it out.

  13. suz says:

    Nice article about the memorial service.

  14. Josie says:

    Yes Lt. Rader knows something and I think he knows alot. It seemed he was really having a difficult time not saying more, at times even struggling to stay on track…location only. His demeanor reminded me of a crafty cat that has tracked a prize mouse into a crevice. The crevice is too small to reach into. There are those who have bait to wave on a string. When the right bait is dangled, that cunning cat will be there waiting to pounce. At times it seemed Lt. Rader was ready to lick his lips and rub his paws (oops!I mean hands) together in anticipation. So come on locals, if you have something to dangle, put it out there on the string.

    Now, I noticed what Mr. Rader said when asked about college students and his answer was not just local students, but any students. There are four major colleges that most Virginia kids attend and it would be very common for them to have friends from high school at any one of them. These colleges are UVA, VA Tech, JMU and RU. These colleges party with each other often. I’m not saying that we definitely need to be looking at a current student or even alumni, but knowing so very little, anything is a possibility. Someone may just maybe remember something helpful. I personally feel that the person responsible for the placement of Morgan’s body has a closer relationship or knowledge of the area and Anchorage. Just sharing the direction of my thoughts, which are known to change, when there’s something to change them.

    There’s several locals on here now (and some from the get-go) that have been very helpful and put forth some very good information and theories. I’m so glad you’re here.

    I have about ten inches of new snow on top of the four that were left from the last one. Weather is now calling for five to nine more. I’m so glad that Mr. Bass was lead to Morgan’s location before this one set in, allowing this precious daughter to return home and be properly laid to rest. Thank you Mr. Bass and the good Lord bless you.

    Good observations Josie, but I also believe there are some Community Colleges as well.

  15. gifter3 says:

    The Harrington’s are a “Class Act”
    What a beautiful send-off!

    ‘Going away party’ commemorates Harrington
    Collegiate Times
    Saturday, February 6, 2010; 12:53 AM
    by Gordon Block, news reporter

    A “real celebration of her life”

    Following the Friday afternoon Mass came a reception at the nearby Hotel Roanoke. Despite the circumstances, the reception had a cheery atmosphere.

    A mix of upbeat pop and country music set the tone for the evening, with two projectors beaming into the corner of the room a montage of family photos and home video of Morgan. Attendees were greeted to the reception with a downpour of bubbles from a machine hanging over the entrance. Gil Harrington, who celebrated her birthday Feb. 1, said the reception’s tone was intentional.

    “It’s important to end Morgan’s life with a smile, seeing that she brought smiles to so many people,” Harrington said. “We wanted a real celebration of her life and a going away party.”

    The reception hall was stocked throughout with artifacts from Morgan’s life. A table on the side of the room displaying some of her favorite belongings touched on the many aspects of her life. A red dress she wore for prom. A pile containing at least 100 CDs. An essay assignment that she completed about a family vacation when she was 10 years old, for which she received an A-minus. Several small pieces of jewelry, including a watch based on the cartoon character “Hello Kitty.”

    A black trunk situated to the left of the table was decked with several bumper stickers, with a pair of red Converse sneakers hand-marked with small flames placed on top.

    Behind the table was a clothesline featuring T-shirts from her high school volleyball team, Virginia Tech and a black shirt made for the Metallica concert she attended in Charlottesville the night she went missing. Gil Harrington said while she had some ideas for what to put on display, she eventually had a family friend make the final decisions.

    “Everything (at home) speaks of Morgan,” Harrington said.

    The room featured several pieces of artwork Morgan had completed in her lifetime, including a self-portrait on the outside of the room and a plate she had painted for her mother.

    “She was a very talented artist,” Dan Harrington said.

    One set of friends, who had with Morgan gone by the unofficial nickname “The Nine,” came out in full force. Two of the friends, Maggie Herrick and Jordan Fitzgerald, sported new tattoos in memory of their lost friend, which they got Wednesday in Norfolk.

    “I’ve lost friends before,” said Fitzgerald, a junior psychology and criminal justice major at Old Dominion University. “Losing a friend like this is different.”

    Fitzgerald sported the digits “241” on her right wrist, and said she was in the process of getting a second tattoo to commemorate her friend, which could come in the form of a replica of Harrington’s artwork.

    Herrick, who had been friends with Harrington since she was six years old, remembered her friend unique personality on display when the two played on a soccer team together.

    “She ran up and down the field making rocket ship and laser sounds,” Herrick said. “Everybody was laughing so hard they almost couldn’t play.” Herrick’s wrists featured “241” and “MDH” in a large swirling black font.

    “Everybody who knows Morgan has a story to tell,” Herrick said. “Knowing Morgan … we can’t not be upbeat.”

    Others came to the reception to share in the Harrington family’s grief. Connie Miller, a family friend who lives in an adjacent neighborhood to the Harrington family, said she knew the family through her two children, who graduated from high school at the same time as Morgan and her older brother Alex. Miller, whose oldest son, Kevin, committed suicide in April 2007, said she had met with the family earlier in the week.

    “Losing people you love does not discriminate,” Miller said. “No matter what the circumstance, losing a child pains the same.”

    Stephen McNally, who led the day’s Mass service, said faith was critical in moving past tragedy.

    “For people of faith, life is changed not ended,” McNally said. “There’s something beyond life. McNally, who came up from Transfiguration Catholic Church of Fincastle, Va. for the service said Morgan’s memory would touch others.

  16. suz says:

    Jennifer’s Body “was released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 29, 2009 in the USA and Canada.[62] The film opened at #11 at the DVD sales chart, making $1.6m in the first week off 104,000 DVD units.[63] There is a rated and an unrated version, with the unrated version running about five minutes longer than the theatrical version.[64][65]”

  17. suz says:

    ragdoll, if you remember which day you clicked on the link in question, you can go to your history and organize it by date and you will find that link.

  18. Josie says:

    Blink- Good observations Josie, but I also believe there are some Community Colleges as well.

    Yes Blink, that’s exactly right and when I read over my post above, I was thinking the same thing. Thank you for bringing that to light. I’m sure there are others who can think of others?

    You know, Lt. Rader and Team will listen to any tidbit. He said himself, that ‘what doesn’t seem important to someone, will probably be important.’ Don’t be shy, anyone, about sharing a tip. In his words, they are approachable.

  19. mary says:


    Spoken to the family of someone with mild mental or physical handicap? Guy in wheelchair on campus bothering women?…might have had a wheelchair van….specially built ATV….living in North Garden.

  20. mary says:

    Was a wheelchair van the vehicle that people were gathered around in the RV lot?

  21. suz says:

    Josie, yes, I hope Rader’s “your name doesn’t matter” (i.e. you can remain anonymous) will work. They desperately need a lead. I do believe they got evidence from the scene, but it won’t do them much good until they find a suspect or two.

    I wonder how tight the community is. Do people protect each other or turn on each other? Would I protect my friend because I’m a good ol’ boy, or am I afraid to narc on that kind of dangerous guy down the street because he might find out and get me, or…?

  22. mary says:

    Morgan seems like the type of girl who would leave a concert she wanted to see in defense of a man in a wheelchair. Just thinking.

    Imo, this is a young offender, and someone Morgan casually knew, or knew someone “they” knew.

  23. mary says:

    Blink I love it when you comment on one of my posts! Even if you’re gently trying to bring me back to reality.

    Just thinking along this line because I dated a guy in a wheelchair one time. He was a hard partier, always had weed. Plus, I accompanied him to a Merle Haggard concert and they were the best seats I ever had.

  24. suz says:

    I’m with you, Blink. I think it’s a young offender. Death might have even been accidental or semi-accidental, like the (alleged—I actually don’t believe the perp in this case) “accidental” strangulation of Jennifer Levin in Central Park years ago during “rough sex.”

    But let’s say that since Morgan’s friend has recently said she’s a fighter and would have fought the perp, and since we know she was under the influence, push might have come to shove and maybe he shoved her down and she hit her head on a field stone (though i couldn’t readily see one in the grid the forensics team was working), or she could have succumbed more easily to injuries in her condition, or choked on her own vomit, or OD’d from a bad combo, or a hundred different scenarios where she died on her own or he really didn’t mean to kill her.

    OR…he deliberately did her in.

    But I feel he’s young because field says “party” to me, even if it was rainy that night (maybe he has partied there on occasion—I figure they found old beer cans and other detritus, but I am really just speculating) whereas you’d think that a grown up perp would be more mindful of at least attempting a burial or would just have left her in the woods from the get go.

  25. Alice says:

    To Joe America, I said it was not my intention to criticize law enforcement. I simply stated some cases that were particularly horrifying and remain unsolved amd occured in Virginia. There are others, but these stand out in my mind because of their exposure in the media. I still say I hope Morgan’s murder does not remain unsolved. In addition, I don’t know why we have so many unsolved murders. Perhaps because I 95 and I 64 both run through our state bringing more transients or serial killers through. Anyway, I am not “putting down” law enforcement.

    Here’s to the Harrington family, blessings to you and God speed law enforcement’s apprehension of the monster who took Morgan from you. Alice.

  26. new says:

    This might be way off, but perhaps placement on farm was choosen because there where SOs in the area who would be the first to be looked at? Hwy 29 is notorious in that area. A way to throw investigation in an entirely different direction. Someone who would know of of all the scandal associated with that area. Nah… would have to be a educated person to have the time to think of this. We really don’t have a time line from begining to end except between 8:20 and 9:30 pm.

  27. Roscoe says:

    I’ve been following this case for awhile and I am dismayed to see the Jr. High classroom cliquishness that is being praised and promoted here. That said, may there be justice for Morgan and her family.

    I have no idea what your talking about. The cool kids hang here- what of it?

  28. Gerta says:

    For the record @Roscoe, I wear glasses and a pocket protector…so not cool and I hang here

    Not true. Your cool by association.

    Totally kidding. I have decided that rather than waste my time with idiotic and nonsensical comments, I am just going to start making up idiotic and nonsensical responses.

  29. J2K says:

    suz says:
    (February 6, 2010 at 6:59 am)
    “I don’t think it’s going to be anyone with permission to access the property. The way they left her would be dumb since they didn’t attempt a burial… So I think it’s NOT going to be someone related to the property. It will be a local who trespasses on that property (they won’t really consider themselves a trespasser–they’re just cutting through maybe).”

    That certainly stands to reason, SZ. And maybe said neighborhood trespasser hangs or rides his ATV through the area – it appears that that *particular* section of the farm is an unseeable distance from the farm-proper, and despite its terrain-based obstacles, it *is* accessible over the small bridge straddling the river to the west of the spot (per DG). The treeline of the triangular, shrouded pasture in which she was found would have seemed like an inner sanctum on that part of the land. But to your point, I don’t think a *direct* connection will be made between that spot and the perp(s) unless a knowing local/family member reflects deeply and decides to offer up what they know, or the hunch they may have.

    B -
    (commented) “… I have decided that rather than waste my time with idiotic and nonsensical comments, I am just going to start making up idiotic and nonsensical responses.”

    Ooh! ooh! Me too me too!

    Bring ‘em, ye lurkers silently judging instead of thinking.
    (Or, don’t, and we’ll be all the better for your restraint.)

  30. mjh says:

    Justice for Morgan #12:

    I noticed that movie as his favorite too, and I believe it was released in September 2009. It definitely caught my attention also.

  31. lizzy says:

    “Totally kidding. I have decided that rather than waste my time with idiotic and nonsensical comments, I am just going to start making up idiotic and nonsensical responses.

    lol, I adopted that approach decades ago. It works better every year–not sure if I keep improving, or if age just makes it go over easier. : ) I’m a little concerned that it might start being taken as “senior moments” in another decade or so, however.

    Seriously, why the sudden outcrop of posters (not those discussed) feeling the need to criticize this site? It’s the great thing about the internet–if you don’t like it, there are millions of other sites that you can visit instead.

    No, the locals have been outstanding. I think it is because if you look closely, this site and it’s contributors have already posted the necessary information to solve this case. For whatever reason, it bothers some.

    Are they cville locals? Is something clanging against a segment of the local psyche? Is there a real “clique” getting concerned?

  32. mjh says:

    Jennifer’s Body — released in US September 18, 2009

  33. Georgie says:

    Blink, am I losing it? I would have sworn wpgmouse posted a comment after my last one, regarding Morgan’s exbf. Months ago I had mentioned a guy who plays in several local bands, “AB”, not because I thought he was her ex, but she was FB friends with his bands, and I found him to be quite attractive, so I thought she may have known him and the band members personally. wpg, in her comment which I cannot find now, said AB WAS M’s ex! Is that true? Oh my, it just gets curiouser and curiouser, eh?

    Regarding Det. Rader’s press conf, his demeanor said to me that they are confident they are going to solve this “tragedy of Morgan harrington”, in quotes because that’s the way he put it, twice…. He never used the word “murder”, interesting, since it’s considered a homicide. Rader was adamant about the risk of taking her to that specific location, “a distance from a public roadway, a higher risk location to take her unless one was familiar with the area”. Also mentioned “obstacles”, and again “high risk” to take her there, “not a challenge” for this person.

    Also interesting, Rader said “the person responsible was inclined to return to this area in a high stress situation”. I am still wondering if this was an accidental death of some kind, and the person just reacted in the worst possible way. There is some reason they took her there, I feel pretty sure of that, and that they had been there before. Which brings me to that youtube video of Long Haul playing at Anchorage farm. If you watch that closely (and there is another vidoe of the same event, different song), that is a “party house”, imo, as the camera pans around, not much furniture, looks kinda dirty, beer bottles all over the mantle. This is obviously not the Bass’s main residence, so where on the property is this house located? Are they aware of this place and what goes on? Just askin’….

  34. Mom3.0 says:

    Hey Gerta, did you see how much attention your previous link got, although reposted by someoneelse? Good work.

    Lizzy, Blink, we’re cool cause we don’t care if were cool right? Hey Roscoe, everyone is welcome here and you are already one of us gooble gobble, because your purpose for being here is finding justice for Morgan, right? Don’t feel left out , we except all those who care,really.Gooble Goble one of us…Peace to all the cool people

    Rest in Peace Morgan. 241

  35. Josie says:

    OMG Blink, Gerta, J2K, Lizzy, Mom3.0. I’m rollin’ with ya. And just when I was telling myself that I would conduct myself in a stately manner. Bye now. It’s for real this time before I say something else off the wall.

  36. Josie says:

    We love you Morgan and you will never be forgotten. God bless the Harrington family with your comfort and grace. 241

  37. Mom3.0 says:

    Chad, I forgot to say good going on the video of the house band. Definitely has a laid back vibe, one I think Morgan and her friends would have liked – reminiscent of the music festival’s she so loved.

    Location is important, history,hopefully LE are getting alot of calls from past revelers and are putting together their own history of the location.

  38. KYcat says:

    Blink, I know it’s been discussed but I has it been confirmed who all has lawyered up? Maybe, friends have not been outspoken because they were told not to by attorney?!!

  39. Mom3.0 says:

    New, Hi, interesting point. Although perp would still have to know the land intimately in order to get there ona dark rainy night. So, maybe the land isn’t important to him, but he does know it like the back of his hand, because if it was just a matter of throwing the cops a curve ball to look at the SO in the area, he could have just placed her along the highway right?

  40. suz says:

    Mom3.0, gabba gabba hey, lol!

  41. DTA says:

    Has anyone seen the old farmhouse on the property? I was just thinking about that old farmhouse in the WT teenage video.

  42. mike says:

    I was looking at the youtube videos of “long haul” at the Anchorage Farm” and wondered, exactly what building on the farm was this get together held? How many structures are on the farm (I’m guessing the main house and the rental house) Is the rental the one where these guys performed? Who may have had access to these structures? Is this rental structure the one rented by students I keep hearing about here?

    BTW, these guys should not give up their day jobs.

    Sorry if these questions/issues have already been picked through.

  43. S Jones says:

    4.Red Hill local says:
    February 5, 2010 at 9:52 pm
    You smoked me out of not posting anymore.
    Do you have any info, I would love to see knowledge from locals.
    I looked at arieal shots, I see several locations that would fit,
    Again, I do not think this is the perp, but……….

  44. S Jones says:

    4.Red Hill local says:
    February 5, 2010 at 9:52 pm
    Anything on the pot growing?
    50 years would allow for next generation, and I do bot think that owners, past or present would run a still.
    The one I saw was built by a farmer worker. My Grandfather noticed only becouse of a small fire, and this worker being absent for 3 or 4 days.
    He was still drunk and singing when Granddaddy cornerd him.
    It is very often that those people would turn to the more profitable POT. The children or Grandchildren.

  45. bluewillow says:

    Thank you, Blink, so her car was definitely there, then!

    I just cannot get my head around someone setting off to hitchhike home when their car is sitting in the parking lot. We are talking about a journey of what? I have heard 3 hours? is that right? and that is if you are sitting in a car driving the whole way, not grabbing rides from people and being left off here and there and having to grab another one. So she didn’t have her key, how long would she have had to wait for her friends, as compared to making her way back like this? It would still make more sense to wait than trying to hitch home.

    If you were really messed up, a bad trip, sick, whatever, it seems like your car would represent a little slice of safe harbor that you wouldn’t want to leave. Is there any evidence she tried to break into it (assuming it was locked?)? Could someone have come along and offered to “help” her unlock it and abducted her at that point?

    Was she very attached to her car? or was she more the non-attached-to-material-possessions kind of girl? was it normal for her to let other people drive it without being with them?

    I guess if she was seriously impaired by drugs it could explain her making an incoherent choice to just leave. If she was that impaired, she must have had a hard time making it to the roadway and hitchhiking and it would have been pretty obvious.

    What are the scenarios where you leave your own car (and your friends) behind and try to hitch a [long] ride home with strangers on a cold night?

    Blink, I am hopelessly lost in navigating the comments at this point! :-O

  46. suz says:

    Shoot, how did i miss the confirmation that the Basses were gone on the 17th? A victim of the current format i reckon.

    So our perp could have zipped right up the driveway if he wanted to, couldn’t he?

  47. bevolovr says:

    B-sorry if this has been asked and answered, but do you believe the Bass’s being away from home Oct 17 is just a coincidence?

  48. sam says:

    A recent post mentioned the comment from Dr. Harrington about the BG being in the area when Morgan went missing and then back again around November 21st. My son’s GF goes to college in NC and she had a fall break around mid-October and then came home again for Thanksgiving break on the 21st. Maybe the BG is a college students who was home around these dates as well.

  49. crimewriter says:

    Whoever the BG is wasn’t as interested in bands or specifically Metallica.

  50. suz says:

    Bluewillow, JUST MAKING THIS UP (which is probably not at all helpful, but there you go) maybe she asked the friends for the keys and they told her no, knowing she was drunk, and she got mad and said, FINE, I’ll find my own ride home. Then they softened their version of the story to say, No, she said she was fine, she’d find a ride, no problemo.

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