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Re: Trails Carolina - new program
« Reply #105 on: July 15, 2010, 02:22:57 PM »
It is what it is.  

I try to keep it simple for those of you who can't understand basic concepts like the word "all" meaning "100%".  I try not to flex my vocabulary on functional illiterates such as you.

Sooo...any updates on this shithole and the shitbag that likes to punch kids in the face as "treatment"?
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Escape from Trails Carolina
« Reply #106 on: October 19, 2014, 02:26:49 AM »
Quote from: Fox Carolina
Sheriff: Teens broke into homes, stole guns after leaving camp

By Joseph Pereira and Casey Vaughn, Fox Carolina, September 30 2014

BREVARD, NC (FOX Carolina) - Transylvania County Sheriff David Mahoney said two teens who ran away from a camp on Monday night were taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon and face several charges after breaking into unoccupied homes.

Deputies said the boys, 15 and 16, left from Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy camp for adolescents, and were believed to be involved in several burglaries. Sheriff David Mahoney said they believe the teens have broken into three local homes. Joe Owen, who owns a fish hatchery on Silversteen Road, told FOX Carolina he saw the teens in his truck before they took off.

The Lake Toxaway Fire Department, Transylvania County Sheriff's Office and the Transylvania County Emergency Management Office were involved in the search.

Monday night, officials said 30 people were involved in the search that covered about 25 square miles. Crews were still out searching Tuesday morning.

Deputies said reverse 911 calls went out to the community and K-9s were brought in to assist in the search.

Mahoney said the boys were spotted during their search and arrested without incident during the afternoon on Tuesday.

"The amount of cooperation between law enforcement and first responders was incredible," said Mahoney. "When the call went out, responders came rushing in. I could not be prouder of the men and women from our area that I have the opportunity to serve with. They did a phenomenal job under a great deal of stress."

He said the investigation is ongoing. Both teens were charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering, one count of felony larceny, one count of felony larceny of a firearm, and two counts of injury to personal property. 

In addition to the Transylvania County Sheriff's Office, the Brevard Police Department, Hendersonville Police Department, Henderson County Sheriff's Office Jackson County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, North Carolina Highway Patrol, US Forest Service Law Enforcement, Transylvania County Emergency Management, Brevard Rescue Squad and the Lake Toxaway Fire Department helped in the search.


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Re: Trails Carolina - new program
« Reply #107 on: October 21, 2014, 09:24:57 PM »
i guess they are serious about not going back.

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Re: Trails Carolina - new program
« Reply #108 on: November 12, 2014, 02:06:29 PM »

Sheriff: Teens broke into homes, stole guns after leaving camp

By Joseph Pereira and Casey Vaughn, Fox Carolina, September 30 2014

BREVARD, NC (FOX Carolina) - Transylvania County Sheriff David Mahoney said two teens who ran away from a camp on Monday night were taken into custody on Tuesday afternoon and face several charges after breaking into unoccupied homes.

Deputies said the boys, 15 and 16, left from Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy camp for adolescents, and were believed to be involved in several burglaries. Sheriff David Mahoney said they believe the teens have broken into three local homes. Joe Owen, who owns a fish hatchery on Silversteen Road, told FOX Carolina he saw the teens in his truck before they took off.

The Lake Toxaway Fire Department, Transylvania County Sheriff's Office and the Transylvania County Emergency Management Office were involved in the search.

Monday night, officials said 30 people were involved in the search that covered about 25 square miles. Crews were still out searching Tuesday morning.

Deputies said reverse 911 calls went out to the community and K-9s were brought in to assist in the search.

Mahoney said the boys were spotted during their search and arrested without incident during the afternoon on Tuesday.

"The amount of cooperation between law enforcement and first responders was incredible," said Mahoney. "When the call went out, responders came rushing in. I could not be prouder of the men and women from our area that I have the opportunity to serve with. They did a phenomenal job under a great deal of stress."

He said the investigation is ongoing. Both teens were charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering, one count of felony larceny, one count of felony larceny of a firearm, and two counts of injury to personal property. 

In addition to the Transylvania County Sheriff's Office, the Brevard Police Department, Hendersonville Police Department, Henderson County Sheriff's Office Jackson County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, North Carolina Highway Patrol, US Forest Service Law Enforcement, Transylvania County Emergency Management, Brevard Rescue Squad and the Lake Toxaway Fire Department helped in the search.
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Found dead
« Reply #109 on: November 24, 2014, 03:13:23 AM »
Boy went missing around November 10. Now his body has sadly been found. A real tragedy for his mother who lost a son some years ago and now another because an educational consultant should get his referal fee. I hope the mother sues the educational consultant.

Quote from: WLOS news
Body Found in Jackson County Susupected to be that of Missing Teen
WLOS news, November 23 - 2014

JACKSON COUNTY, N.C. -- Officials with the Jackson County Sheriff's office tell us they found a body in the Nantahala National Forest which they believe is that of 17 year old Alec Lansing. They say searchers found the Body in a remote section of the forest. Deputies are continuing to investigate the death and have requested an autopsy. Lansing has been missing since November 10, 2014.

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Body found Saturday in search for missing teen
by Mark Barrett, Citizen-Times.com, November 22, 2014

Western North Carolina saw exceptionally cold temperatures during much of the period Alec Lansing was missing.

CASHIERS – Searchers found at midday Saturday what they believe is the body of an Atlanta teenager who had been missing since Monday in a remote area of Nantahala National Forest in southern Jackson County, the county sheriff's office said.

Alec Sanford Lansing, 17, had been camping with a group from Trails Carolina, an organization based in Lake Toxaway that provides wilderness therapy for youths with a range of problems.

A cause of death has not yet been determined but there is no sign of foul play, said Major Shannon Queen with the sheriff's office.

Western North Carolina saw unusually cold temperatures during much of the period Lansing was missing.

Lansing had walked away from a counselor during the trip, the sheriff's office said, and Queen said Saturday that the body was found "fairly close" to where the Trails Carolina group had been.

The terrain in the area off Heady Mountain Road, off N.C. 107 a few miles south of Cashiers, is "rugged and treacherous," Queen said, so much so that searchers considered summoning a helicopter to remove the body.

About 80-100 searchers were looking for Lansing Saturday, Queen said, after county officials issued a special call to law enforcement and emergency management agencies around WNC for help with the search.
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Re: Trails Carolina - new program
« Reply #110 on: November 24, 2014, 01:43:57 PM »
Hey, parents! You keep sendin' em, I'll keep pilin' em!
...Sergey Blashchishen, James Shirey, Faith Finley, Katherine Rice, Ashlie Bunch, Brendan Blum, Caleb Jensen, Alex Cullinane, Rocco Magliozzi, Elisa Santry, Dillon Peak, Natalynndria Slim, Lenny Ortega, Angellika Arndt, Joey Aletriz, Martin Anderson, James White, Christening Garcia, Kasey Warner, Shirley Arciszewski, Linda Harris, Travis Parker, Omega Leach, Denis Maltez, Kevin Christie, Karlye Newman, Richard DeMaar, Alexis Richie, Shanice Nibbs, Levi Snyder, Natasha Newman, Gracie James, Michael Owens, Carlton Thomas, Taylor Mangham, Carnez Boone, Benjamin Lolley, Jessica Bradford's unnamed baby, Anthony Parker, Dysheka Streeter, Corey Foster, Joseph Winters, Bruce Staeger, Kenneth Barkley, Khalil Todd, Alec Lansing, Cristian Cuellar-Gonzales, Janaia Barnhart, a DRA victim who never even showed up in the news, and yet another unnamed girl at Summit School...

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Death confirmed
« Reply #111 on: November 26, 2014, 03:10:30 AM »
It was a slow death freezing to death. Terrible:

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Autopsy: Missing teen fell, broke hip, died of hypothermia
WYFF 4 news, Nov 25, 2014

Teen walked away from wilderness therapy camp

Sylva, NC —The body of an Atlanta teen was found over the weekend in Western North Carolina.

Alec Lansing,17, had been missing since November 10.

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office said the teen walked away from from a wilderness therapy camp called "Trails Carolina."

The sheriff's office said Alec had been seen by a convenience store clerk a few miles away from the camp. But they were unable to confirm the clerk had actually seen Alec because of technical difficulties with the store's video equipment.

A massive search effort was held for Alec. State officials conducting nearby cold weather exercises volunteered in the search effort, but they were still unable to find the teen.

Alec's body was found in a stream on Saturday.

Investigators believe he climbed a tree and fell into the stream below, breaking his hip in the process.

Authorities said Alec was unable to move afterward because of the broken hip.

An autopsy conducted Monday revealed Alec died from hypothermia.