A above accumulation home in Abbotsford, B.C., is credible in the abatement of 2020. Two months earlier, Traevon Desjarlais-Chalifoux, a citizen of the home, died by suicide. He was 17.Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail
When Traevon Desjarlais-Chalifoux accustomed at the accumulation home at 2258 Ware St., on a alive avenue in Abbotsford, B.C., he was a boy in crisis. His uncle – who was added like a ancestor – had been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Traevon, a 17-year-old Cree boy with shoulder-length beard and a shy smile, was burst by the news.
He’d been assigned a bedchamber in the basement of the achromatic ranch-style abode with case white paint, a admission abroad from Jamie, an Anishinaabe boy one year his senior. Xyolhemeylh, the Indigenous adolescent abundance agency tasked with caring for the boys, told Jamie that its agents would advice him about-face his activity about afterwards years of alarming corruption at the calmly of his dad.
But the agency bootless both boys. Jamie larboard the home a few months afterwards Traevon accustomed in January, 2020. Traevon never fabricated it out.
Xyolhemeylh (pronounced yoth-meeth) is one of 24 Indigenous Adolescent and Ancestors Account agencies answerable with accouterment advance affliction to Aboriginal Nations, Metis and Inuit accouchement and adolescence in B.C. Xyolhemeylh, in turn, apprenticed out the boys’ affliction to a aggregation alleged Rees Ancestors Casework Inc., which runs 10 Fraser Valley accumulation homes. Rees promised ceaseless analysis that was “safe, supportive” and “trauma-informed,” according to the accreditation agency acclimated by B.C.’s Admiral of Accouchement and Ancestors Development, or MCFD.
Instead, the affliction workers were abnormally verbally abusive, behindhand or accidentally indifferent, according to Jamie’s sister Liz and a aisle of argument letters the two exchanged during Jamie’s time at the home. The workers sometimes withheld aliment as abuse and bound the boys alfresco aback they larboard to run errands – sometimes for hours at a time – measures The Globe and Mail accustomed in an account with a artisan alive by Rees to affliction for them. No absorption was paid to the boys’ Aboriginal Nations backgrounds, and both workers who cared for them were white, Jamie says. (Privacy legislation confined The Globe from anecdotic Jamie and his sister, who were both in advance care.)
Traevon, who was baby and slight for his age, “got the affliction of it,” according to Jamie, “because he would action back.”
Jamie, an Anishinaabe boy, larboard the accumulation home in Abbotsford months afore Traevon died.Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail
Jamie larboard 2258 Ware in March, 2020. He chose to acknowledgment to the home of his calumniating ancestor rather than abide alive there. Six months later, in September, 2020, Traevon died by suicide. It took four canicule for anyone to acquisition his anatomy in the closet of his tiny basement bedroom.
The B.C. Coroner’s Account says it is investigating Traevon’s death. The B.C. Representative for Accouchement and Youth, Jennifer Charlesworth, told The Globe she is “very anxious about this case” and has conducted a absolute review. A accommodation about whether to affair a accessible abode will not be fabricated until afterwards the coroner’s assignment has concluded. No new advice about Traevon’s afterlife has been appear in the 18 months since, but a new abode by Ms. Charlesworth labels the arrangement of allotment adolescent abundance casework for Indigenous kids in the arena “broken,” and in burning charge of an overhaul.
It is not accustomed how abounding accouchement and adolescence are dying in accumulation homes in B.C., nor whether these deaths accept accomplished crisis levels. The MCFD and the B.C. Coroner are abnegation to accommodate answers to these questions. What is accustomed is that the admiral has, so far, advised the deaths of 45 adolescence who died in affliction in 2018 and 2019, although it won’t say how abounding of them lived in accumulation homes. Of those, 62 per cent were Indigenous. Alike that nominal abstracts point is not appear or calmly ascertained.
This will be abandoned the best contempo analysis into Xyolhemeylh, the bigger of the province’s Indigenous Adolescent and Ancestors Account agencies. Repeated audits and investigations into both Xyolhemeylh and the MCFD accept credible that neither is abundantly ecology accumulation homes to ensure they are safe and defended for the accouchement who animate there. No guardrails are in abode to ensure that agents assassin by accumulation home operators are able to affliction for some of the best vulnerable, high-needs adolescence in the province. Neither the admiral nor Xyolhemeylh are ensuring the affliction Indigenous adolescence accept in accumulation homes like the one run by Rees are culturally adapted and safe.
A baby canonizing to Traevon stands alfresco the accumulation home in the abatement of 2020.Handout
A Globe analysis of Xyolhemeylh’s contempo convenance audits begin a arrangement of blank and carelessness on a ambit of metrics, including a abortion by amusing workers to accommodated consistently with adolescent bodies in their affliction or to plan abundantly for their care. In some cases, they never met with them at all.
The audits begin agnate deficiencies beyond the bristles bigger agencies. But they were best brusque at Xyolhemeylh, which has the accomplished case amount of any Indigenous agency – 560 adolescent account cases, compared with 360 for its Vancouver equivalent, the Vancouver Adolescent and Ancestors Casework Society, according to admiral data. It has had several high-profile tragedies involving adolescence in its care. In 2015, Alex Gervais, an 18-year-old Métis boy in Xyolhemeylh care, lived for months in an Abbotsford Super 8 – in abuse of government action – afore falling to his afterlife from a auberge window.
Xyolhemeylh did not acknowledge to requests for animadversion on its practices or on the affliction provided to Traevon. The MCFD has not responded to questions about Traevon’s case, including why he was taken from his ancestors and placed in the agency’s care, or its blank of Xyolhemeylh specifically, citation aloofness and acquaintance concerns.
There are abounding questions larboard to be answered. For one, why did Xyolhemeylh not try to abode Traevon with a affiliate of his large, connected family? Denise Desjarlais, an aunt in Chilliwack, B.C., told The Globe she would accept taken in her nephew had she been alerted he was in care. The boy’s mother, Samantha Chalifoux, hasn’t accustomed answers to alike added basal questions, her lawyer, Sarah Rauch says. Aback was Traevon aftermost credible alive? Who saw him last? Did affliction workers chase for him over the four canicule he was missing? Was anyone in the home with him in the canicule afore he died? And why did it booty so connected for her son’s anatomy to be discovered?
In a complaint filed to the B.C. Human Rights Agency aftermost summer, Ms. Chalifoux alleges she has been banned admission to advice about her own son and “denied the befalling to advisedly participate in or abide abreast of investigations and discoveries” about him. The admiral is abnegation to alike accommodate her with her son’s file. At every turn, she was “dismissed, belittled” and “treated with indecency,” she says in her account to the commission. Ms. Chalifoux beneath to allege with the Globe and Mail. She asked her benevolent aunt, Theresa Campiou, to allege on her behalf.
Xyolhemeylh has yet to acknowledgment one of Ms. Chalifoux’s buzz calls, Ms. Rauch notes. “Not abandoned does this abridgement any affectionate of abode or respect, but it seems like addition is aggravating to adumbrate something,” she says. “And that’s a problem.”
Traevon as a adolescent child.Handout
Samantha Chalifoux is a affiliate of the Driftpile Cree Nation, on the southern shores of Lesser Slave Lake in arctic Alberta. The 40-year-old absent her mother in a car blow aback she was seven. It was the aboriginal in a alternation of tragedies that destroyed her little by little, says Ms. Campiou, a Cree Elder and accountant.
Of the bristles accouchement in her family, aloof Ms. Chalifoux and her brother Phillip survived their twenties, says Ms. Campiou. “She’s done the best she can. I’m appreciative of her.” Throughout her struggles, Ms. Chalifoux connected to comedy an alive role in her son’s life.
Traevon was built-in in 2003. His ancestor is a affiliate of the Sunchild Aboriginal Nation, a neighbouring Cree nation. Traevon spent allotment of his adolescence with a benevolent aunt and her four accouchement in the Fraser Valley burghal of Mission. There, he aggregate a bedchamber with his uncle Steven Desjarlais.
Until he was a toddler, Traevon slept on his Uncle Steven’s chest. “Get on my belly, get on my belly,” Mr. Desjarlais would buzz aback Traevon woke in the night. He was Traevon’s “mother and his ancestor – his everything,” says his aunt.
Mr. Desjarlais was a big kid at heart. He admired to comedy with his nieces and nephews and already brought home a arcade barrow abounding with bonbon to acclamation them up.
But aback Traevon was 11, he was taken into admiral care. Admiral admiral and ancestors associates accept beneath to say why, citation aloofness concerns. Neither Traevon nor his Uncle Steven anytime seemed to balance from the brusque separation.
Steven Desjarlais, Traevon’s uncle.
Aaron Hannam briefly cared for Traevon in 2015, in an Abbotsford accumulation home. Traevon, afresh 15, was quiet, aerial and baby — “no added than 5-foot-4,” says Mr. Hannam.
Most of the boys in Mr. Hannam’s affliction acclimated drugs, were generally violent, and cycled in and out of adolescence apprehension facilities. Traevon, by contrast, was advised “low-risk,” he says, and had no badge record. Ms. Chalifoux’s advocate adds he had no brainy bloom or behavioural issues. Mr. Hannam remembers a “good kid who absolved to his own beat.”
He aloof didn’t appetite to be in advance care, Mr. Hannam adds. Soon afterwards accession at the accumulation home, Traevon larboard to break in a Mission bomb house, area kids were accustomed to booze and smoke pot unsupervised, he says. Mr. Hannam was agitated aback Traevon’s amusing artisan at Xyolhemeylh accustomed the boyhood to break at the bomb abode rather than acknowledgment to the accumulation home. He was anxious for his assurance and well-being.
In all, Traevon spent six years cycling through assorted advance homes and was in the affliction of dozens of amusing workers and paid caregivers afore landing at the accumulation home on Ware Street. According to Ms. Rauch, Ms. Chalifoux’s lawyer, Traevon was actuality afraid in the accumulation home and was assaulted in or abreast it.
By then, Jamie had already been at Ware Street for several months. The home was declared to accommodate a beginning start, abroad from the abandon of his home life. His Anishinaabe ability was meant to be accomplished and encouraged. “I acquainted like I could about-face my activity around,” says Jamie.
Instead, he says workers who rotated into the home every 72-hours and who were declared to attending afterwards him and Traevon spent their time on their computers, watching TV and sleeping. Jamie, who has fetal booze spectrum ataxia and adorning delays, says he and Traevon were generally larboard abandoned in their bedrooms, sometimes for 12 hours at a time.
One night in the bounce of 2020, Jamie texted his sister: “I charge to get out of here.” One of the workers, whom he knew abandoned as Brett, was babble and analytical him. “I’ve been arrant for over an hour now. I can’t stop.”
Liz asked what he needed. “To get out of actuality for awhile so I don’t end [up] killing myself. I can’t booty it anymore. I can’t animate here. He’s acting like dad. It scares me,” Jamie wrote.
One of the workers, Murray McMaster, accustomed to The Globe that he “made [Jamie] delay outside” aback he went shopping. “I generally arrive him along; he consistently refused.” He added: “I can’t altercate this any added with you, there’s acquaintance agreements in place.”
In a argument message, Liz asked Mr. McMaster why Jamie’s affliction workers bare to resort to threats aback aggravating to get him to do something: “I’m abiding you apperceive he comes from [a] abode of violence,” she added.
“What I see is a youth… ageing out [of care] in 6 months,” Mr. McMaster replied. “If we do not adapt him now with some acceptable habits, to put it bluntly, he will be screwed.”
An MCFD agent beneath to specify the abilities appropriate of workers assassin by accumulation home subcontractors, but did say that regulations bar affliction workers from denial aliment and abrogation adolescence alfresco accumulation homes.
‘I’m abandoned actuality because I fought to be here, not because of annihilation Xyolhemeylh did,’ says Annabelle Jarman Delorme, a Métis-Cree woman from Chilliwack.Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail
Caring for accouchement in accumulation homes costs the B.C. government an estimated $103,200 per adolescent annually, compared with $22,700 for foster-family care. Xyolhemeylh cares for accouchement and adolescence from 18 Aboriginal Nations beyond the Fraser Valley. This can accomplish contiguous abandoned affairs with the adolescence in their affliction difficult, a 2020 analysis by the MCFD showed. Aerial agents about-face is chronic. Agents vacancies go bare for connected periods of time.
Annabelle Jarman Delorme says the affliction she accustomed from Xyolhemeylh was “awful.” The Métis-Cree 19-year-old from Chilliwack says she was assigned upwards of 40 amusing workers in her bristles years with the agency. She sometimes went years amid visits.
Twice, she was larboard to acquisition advance parents for herself, she says. In 2016, aback she was 15, she abashed 700 kilometres north, to Prince George, to animate with a stranger, advantageous the $250 bus book herself. A woman there had agreed to booty her in for the $900 account admiral cheque. Ms. Jarman Delorme banned Xyolhemeylh’s abounding attempts to abode her in a accumulation home because she’d heard how “dangerous” they were.
“I spent my absolute adolescence affronted Xyolhemeylh to pay attention, to advice me get out of alarming alive situations,” says Ms. Jarman Delorme. “I’m abandoned actuality because I fought to be here, not because of annihilation Xyolhemeylh did.”
Concerns about Xyolhemeylh accept been flagged afresh in admiral audits.
One, appear in 2021, begin that in 89 per cent of cases, the agency had no absolute plan for the accouchement in its care. In 25 per cent of affliction homes, the appropriate bent annal checks were not complete. Aloof 3 per cent of accouchement saw their amusing artisan already per month, as allowable by the ministry. In 10 per cent of cases, accouchement didn’t see a amusing artisan at all in the three-year analysis period.
As a aftereffect of the 2020 audit, the MCFD says it developed an “action plan” with Xyolhemeylh to abode assertive “practice issues.” This included commutual outstanding bent annal checks on apprenticed agents and reviewing behavior and procedures with its amusing workers. That was the admeasurement of its demands on the agency.
Xyolhemeylh was founded in 1993 by the Sto:lo Nation. It was the agency amenable for two-year-old Chassidy Whitford, who was dead in 2002 by her father. He had been accustomed to abide caring for the toddler admitting her alien injuries, a consecutive analysis found.
The girl’s annihilation seemed to deepen a political alienation that disconnected the 21 bands who accomplish up the Sto:lo. Some began barring the agency’s amusing workers from assets lands. In 2006, agency arch Jimmy George stepped bottomward aback it was fabricated accessible that he was a bedevilled adolescent sex offender.
The admiral took over the afflicted agency the afterward year and did not restore its child-protection admiral until 2010. Bristles years later, Alex Gervais died by suicide while beneath Xyolhemeylh care.
Like Traevon, the Métis jailbait had cycled through dozens of homes, amusing workers and affliction givers, according to an analysis into his death. Xyolhemeylh additionally bootless to affix him to his Indigenous culture.
The abridgement of blank of the accumulation home who cared for Alex above-mentioned to his cabin adjustment “directly contributed” to his death, B.C.’s Children’s Representative assured in a 2017 report. It alleged on the B.C. government to booty “immediate action” to “significantly enhance” blank of accumulation homes.
Bernard Richard, credible in 2016, is B.C.’s above Representative for Accouchement and Youth.Chad Hipolito/The Globe and Mail
In 2018, B.C.’s above Children’s Representative, Bernard Richard, afresh common his “grave concerns” with accumulation homes. He acclaimed “yet another” clandestine abettor had bankrupt in scandal, and the ministry’s operation and blank of accumulation homes connected to leave adolescence adverse “unacceptable risk.”
He fabricated these comments afterwards acquirements that 18 accouchement and adolescence had been relocated from a Lower Mainland accumulation home because of claims that a agents affiliate was gang-affiliated, took adolescence on biologic drops, smoked marijuana with them and offered them cocaine. Aloof 10 of 33 agency agents had austere bent almanac checks. (Neither Mr. Richard nor the admiral would name the accumulation home provider.)
A year afterwards Mr. Richard accurate his concerns, bigoted accountant accustomed Carol Bellringer audited apprenticed residential casework for adolescence in care. Ms. Bellringer assured the admiral was declining to accommodate able blank or ecology of accumulation homes. Abounding of these placements weren’t “therapeutic” at all, according to Ms. Bellringer. They artlessly accommodate adolescence with “food and housing,” but no programming or casework whatsoever, she wrote.
B.C., she suggested, is about warehousing Indigenous adolescence in rental homes staffed by bodies with no training or ability in caring for greatly traumatized, high-needs children. The government has now been warned afresh that the affliction these homes accommodate is sub-standard, unacceptable and creating acute risks. As a result, Indigenous adolescence abide to die in these homes – mainly by suicide, biologic balance and preventable accidents.
The admiral accustomed Ms. Bellringer’s recommendations. It says it has developed “new and stronger” rules for blank and has amorphous “re-designing the accretion and arrangement administration arrangement with the ambition of convalescent administration and oversight.”
Jamie was led to accept his Anishinaabe ability would be accomplished in Xyolhemeylh’s care. Instead, workers larboard him and Traevon abandoned for hours at a time, or would bawl and belittle him.Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail
Jamie and Traevon’s affliction workers weren’t supervised or paid by Xyolhemeylh or the government. They were alive for a clandestine aggregation alleged Rees Ancestors Casework Inc. Buyer Richard Rees, who markets himself as a claimed trainer, runs nine Fraser Valley accumulation homes. Mr. Rees’s art-filled, five-bedroom home in the arresting apple of Fort Langley is listed as the company’s commitment address. A Ambit Rover and a Mercedes auto were anchored in the driveway aback a Globe anchorman attempted to allege to him there.
In the accomplished decade, the B.C. government has paid Mr. Rees amid $875,000 and $1-million per year, annal show. (Mr. Rees abandoned assorted emails from The Globe requesting comment. Letters were additionally hand-delivered to Mr. Rees’s home and to a Fort Langley postal base area he maintains a P.O. box.)
In B.C., affairs for residential affliction go to a accessible bid. The admiral says it considers amount and the backbone of the angle aback allotment contractors. The belief acclimated by Indigenous agencies like Xyolhemeylh are not clear. Contractors like Rees do the hiring for the homes themselves.
Former advisers of Rees Ancestors Casework said the hiring requirements were not rigorous. The Globe batten to bristles above Rees employees, three of whom asked to abide bearding accustomed they currently assignment in the industry or with children. They were paid amid $2,400 and $3,000 for the 360 hours per ages they formed in Rees accumulation homes. That amounts to $6.60 to $8.30 an hour, able-bodied beneath the province’s $15.20-an-hour minimum wage. All say they aloft the aforementioned apropos over the affection of workers and a abridgement of programming for youth. One said they were accursed for afresh adopting these concerns.
“If you could canyon a bent almanac check, you could get a job with Rees,” says Amanda Welti. She spent several years in a authoritative position with the company, catastrophe in 2013. A bent almanac analysis is additionally the ministry’s abandoned academic requirement, according to their regulations.
“About 60 per cent of workers at Rees were absolutely good,” says Ms. Welti. “The blow were so coarse I wouldn’t assurance them to attending afterwards my pet.” They were there “because they couldn’t get any added job,” she adds. “They were a balmy anatomy to duke out meds.” Recruiting competent men was abnormally hard: “If they were skilled, they didn’t stay.”
Rees, she adds, got “the best afflicted kids” in the arrangement – kids who’d austere through advance homes and couldn’t be placed anywhere else. These contracts, she notes, “pay the most.” Mr. Hannam said these affairs can be account as abundant as $15,000 per month.
The accumulation home in Abbotsford.Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail
Ms. Welti says she formed adamantine to anatomy relationships with the adolescent bodies in her care, blank airtight doors and amaranthine expletives. She took them for coffee, sat alfresco smoker with them – whatever it took to affix and accretion their trust.
In her time as a adolescence worker, Ms. Welti formed with hundreds of kids. “They were sad, aching and lonely.” Never already did she accept a “bad” kid, she says.
Some of her colleagues, however, were problematic. Assertive workers were captivated that the adolescence in their affliction spent 17 hours a day in their rooms, aback Ms. Welti says it meant they got to watch TV or assignment out all day. Once, accession for a about-face in a accumulation home, Ms. Welti says she was offered a Percocet by the man she was replacing. His pills were on a counter, aural accessible ability of the adolescent in his care.
Six months later, at her abutting about-face in the home, she traded off with the aforementioned worker, whom she had appear to Rees for application drugs on the job. He alternate an hour later, decrepit and confused, so aerial that he anticipation three canicule had anesthetized and it was time for his abutting shift. That time, he was fired, she says.
Mr. Hannam, who spent two years alive for Rees, remembers addition aide abrogation the two adolescence in his affliction abandoned for two canicule while he was application meth. He says agents were barred by administration from contacting Mr. Rees, the owner. Ms. Welti, who played a arch role in the company, says she saw Mr. Rees, 62, alert in her four years with the company.
Doug Kelly, credible in 2008, is a above arch of the Sto:lo Tribal Council who helped actualize Xyolhemeylh.Lyle Stafford/For the Globe and Mail
When above Sto:lo Grant Arch Doug Kelly helped actualize Xyo aback in 1993, he says his eyes was far from today’s reality. The allegorical access was: “All the things the government is accomplishing to us and for us, we can do for ourselves.”
The botheration with the archetypal bound became apparent, says Arch Kelly, a appalling articulation in adolescent abundance in B.C.: Xyolhemeylh was “just a amber admiral office.” It may be Aboriginal Nations-run, he says, “but we run it in accordance with behavior set by the ministry. Does that work? No, it never has. It hasn’t formed for MCFD. Why would we anticipate it was activity to assignment for us?”
The absorbed was to run it according to Coast Salish affiliated law and traditions. But the allotment blueprint created abnormal incentives, he says. Xyolhemeylh was abandoned paid to apprehend children; there was no allotment for prevention.
Mr. Kelly says Xyolhemeylh is actuality asked to accommodate the aforementioned casework as non-Indigenous agencies, with beneath money and capacity, and beneath resources. Significant allotment issues for Indigenous adolescent abundance accept been documented, conspicuously the battleground 2016 accommodation of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. It begin the federal allotment archetypal for Indigenous adolescent abundance was awry and discriminatory, and abandoned the Canadian Human Rights Act. A abode on the underfunding of Indigenous Adolescent and Ancestors Account agencies by B.C.’s Representative for Accouchement and Adolescence begin that allotment shortfalls leave these agencies short-staffed and clumsy to accommodate the absolute casework needed. Amusing workers it surveyed agitated alert the recommended caseload.
Audits for the abutting three bigger Indigenous agencies in B.C. accomplish bright the problems they face are not unique. Aback it came to “developing a absolute plan of care,” Usma Nuu-chah-nulth Ancestors and Adolescent Casework on Vancouver Island accustomed a brand of 14 per cent, compared with 11 per cent for Xyolhemeylh. In agreement of apropos the rights of the adolescent in care, the Vancouver Aboriginal Adolescent and Ancestors Casework Society was graded 35 per cent, compared with 36 per cent for Xyolhemeylh. Aback it came to ensuring amusing workers were advancement acquaintance with the adolescence in their care, Secwepemc Adolescent and Ancestors Casework in Kamloops accustomed a account of 0 compared with 3 per cent for Xyolhemeylh.
Mr. Kelly is bent that Xyolhemeylh is actuality abhorrent for Traevon’s death. He is affronted that Traevon’s ancestors and several Aboriginal Nations organizations acknowledging them accept taken their affliction to media: “It’s amiss and aweless of the chiefs and the agency.”
The Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, or UBCIC, wants an absolute accessible analysis so they can acknowledgment questions such as why it took four canicule to acquisition Traevon. Arch Harvey McLeod of the B.C. Assembly of Aboriginal Nations said the accessible needs to apperceive what happened and accept assurances that accomplishments are actuality taken to ensure a afterlife like Traevon’s won’t appear again.
In 2020, memorials to Traevon are credible at the Abbotsford home’s entrance.Handout
A composition Traevon wrote, appear aback he was 15 by the bounded academy board, hints at the boy’s potential: “The wind screams through the branches / The snow falling like accoutrement / The complete of my footsteps like the exhausted of my affection / Slow.”
A year afore he died, Traevon’s aunt alternate to Abbotsford. Traevon capital to appear animate with her, but he was too young, legally, to adjudge for himself. He longed for family, stability, acceptance, his ancestors says. He was all alone, in a basement bedroom, after ancestors or accompany during a pandemic.
And afresh his aunt delivered the crushing account that his Uncle Steven was dying.
Traevon bankrupt down: “Is there any way they can get Uncle Steven better?,” he asked his aunt. A few canicule later, he pleaded with her: “Auntie, are you abiding there’s annihilation doctors can do?”
“No,” she told him. But there was still time to say goodbye.
On the night of Sept. 13, his aunt abiding to booty Traevon to his Uncle Steven’s hospice. Traevon was declared to alarm at 10 the abutting morning to be best up. He never did.
His affliction artisan told badge he aftermost saw Traevon at 1 p.m. on Sept. 14. Ms. Chalifoux, Traevon’s mom, got a alarm that afternoon adage her son was missing. Abbotsford Badge say they were alerted at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 15 by a accumulation home affliction worker. They said admiral completed assorted searches, campaigning camps, shelters and hospitals, and pinged his corpuscle phone, which was off.
Steven Desjarlais died a few canicule later. He had aloof angry 43.
The night afore his death, he kept extensive out, calling one name over and over: “Tre, Tre.”
On Sept. 18, Traevon was assuredly begin – in his own closet.
Ms. Chalifoux rushed to Ware Street, acquisitive to say goodbye. But her son’s anatomy had already been removed. His accouterments were tossed in a dumpster.
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