As drug dealer goes to prison, Aaron Douglas' parents forging plan to keep son's memory alive

Rodney Young Odum, the cabdriver who pleaded guilty to providing the methadone tablets that prosecutors say killed former Alabama and Tennessee football player Aaron Douglas, has spent the last three months in the Florida State Prison in Raiford.

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TNlogfire writes:

Well, he made his choices and, luckily, that scum is at least serving time. But this was a troubled young man and a very sad ending to a life full of promise.

IndianOutlaw writes:

Pray for the family including Aaron. You don't know what it is like until you have lost a child. We have not but have friends that have. I pray we never have to have the grief that the Douglas have had to live through

ralphiefor3 writes:

Sad story. No one can understand a parents grief. Blaming this man for their son's death is living in denial of reality. The person responsible for Aarons death was Aaron. When they accept that they will find peace.

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