Father, 19, Dies In Mass Overdose, Others Hospitalized

BLAINE (WCCO) — One person is dead and 10 more are hospitalized, including two in critical condition after a mass overdose, according to police.

Blaine Police responded to a residence on the 9500 block of Monroe Street NE just after midnight on Thursday for a medical situation involving an alleged overdose of synthetic drugs. Police say the substance ingested was legal.

Authorities say several teens and young adults ingested what is thought to be the designer drug known as “2 C-E,” which is a reported hallucinogenic. There is a controlled hallucinogen called “2 C-B” and chemists reportedly alter it slightly to make it “2 C-E,” which also makes it legal.

Officials say the drug was ordered over the Internet.

“Just because you have an assumption that it’s legal and you can buy it online, in no way is it safe, as witnessed by the events this morning,” said Paul Sommer of the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.

The teens allegedly took the substance at a spring break party at the home of one of the boys, who is now hospitalized.

Trevor Robinson, 19, died when he overdosed on the drug.

“I definitely believe he could still be here,” said his brother, John, who blamed Trevor’s friends for his death.

Trevor was hitting his head against the wall after taking the drug. Some of the people at the party snorted it, while others dissolved it in liquid and drank it.

Trevor needed help immediately and the people at the party tried to calm him down.

“Apparently, they knocked him out or something and then they waited a long time. He wasn’t breathing, and then they dropped him off in the front of the hospital. Just dropped him off in the parking lot and drove off,” John said.

John said medical staff found him and tried resuscitating him, but couldn’t.

Trevor was a proud father with a newborn, who was also working and going to college.

“He cared for that kid as much as anything in the world. It was just sad for it to happen,” said friend Nick Hockert, who gathered with other friends outside the home where the mass overdose happened.

Authorities say some of the victims fled the residence and were suffering the effects of the overdose at separate locations.

The exact compound of the drug has not been confirmed and investigators say further tests are being performed at the BCA Lab.

The case continues to be under investigation. Police are warning parents to be aware of the dangers of these drugs and what happened to these young victims, especially Trevor.

He was on life support before dying, leaving behind a baby boy and brother.

“The time I spent with him just wasn’t enough,” said John. “He’s 19. I wanted to grow up with him.”

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  1. Singer says:

    Why is this drug legal!?!?!

    We need to prevent these sort of things from happening. I think the teens and young adults should be charged.

  2. joeblau says:

    Great friends.

  3. Skeezer says:

    Fantastic friends

  4. coldheart says:

    Brand new father using illegal street drugs? Hmmmm…….

    1. RIP TREVOR says:

      It was not illegal street drugs……The drugs taken were LEGAL……

      1. karen says:

        But he, all of them, took a drug to get high on. That is where they went wrong. DO NOT TAKE A DRUG THAT YUOR DOCTOR DOES NOT GIVE YOU.

      2. Jake says:

        nice lecture Karen – Kids do stupid stuff all of the time – and this one payed with his life.

      3. laura says:

        just because something is legal doesn’t mean it is ok to take. Look at cigaretts or alcohol they are legal but they can still kill you. It is very sad that this young man di. Kids do stupid things, but to be so careless is not stupid it is being selfish. His baby will never know his father because of this stupid thing his dad did. Maybe instead of trying a “legal “drug to get high he should have been taking care of his baby. Kids need to realize they arent invincable and God doesn’t spear them from death just because they are being stupid. It is times when teens are trying or doing stupid things that the end result is usually death.. Ie drinking too much, drinking and driving, driving too fast. Stupidity is not an excuse for carelessness.

      4. Kids are Stupid says:

        Legal or not, grow up and stop taking stupid ass drugs like this. Go buy beer, go get some weed. Why take something that is made of draino? Kids are just stupid these days. really, you need to get THAT high to enjoy life? Guess what, there will be more Trevors out there dying because stupid kids take stupid things.

  5. RIP TREVOR says:

    Steve, you are heartless

  6. tim w says:

    its my guess that at least one of those kids comes from a home where the parents are complete morons. and using drugs themselves. i guarantee it. it shows just how incredibly stupid teenaged kids really are and that we as parents need to teach these idiots how to live like regular human beings. instead of ruining their lives by showing them that doing drugs and alcohol is the way to celebrate special occasions. `ALL of the parents of these stupid kids are directly responsible and should be held accountable regardless of whether they were 15, 16 17 or 18 and older. ya gotta feel for the kids family and his new born child. but ya cant have much sympathy for the mindless actions of these kids. Heres a thought, every one of these kids parents homes should be searched for evidence of drug use and then promptly arrest these parents.

    1. Jessi says:

      The article states that the young man leaves behind a son and a brother. The fact that no parents are mentioned is pretty telling. It’s possible he no longer has any parents and, being 19, no guardianship of any kind.

    2. Lynn Snyder-Needles says:

      I think your theory that kids who use drugs are raised by parents who use drugs insensitive and feel it jumps to incorrect conclusions and minimalizes the struggle of many parents of addicts. I am a nurse and see plenty of addicts who were not raised by addicts. In addition, I don’t use drugs of any kind including nicotine or caffeine, I don’t drink alcohol, yet my daughter died of a drug overdose last month. Your comments could be perceived as very offensive to parents of overdose victims who are already upset, and have a tendency to second guess how they raised their children, and are already judged by people who think they didn’t care about their children, or were bad parents. The fact is, some children and adolescents experiment with drugs, abuse drugs, or have addictions without ever witnessing drug use in their homes. Frequently these parents do everything they can to help their children including spending their life savings sending their children to rehab after rehab, spend sleepless nights worrying or out looking for their child, doing everything in their power to help, and sometimes the outcome is still tragic.

  7. Saddened says:

    This is a real tragedy… It seems like there are a lot of these synthetic drugs popping up and the side effects are not well understood. I wish they’d just legalize weed!

    1. Brett says:

      idiotic comment what the hell does legalizing weed have to do with this? You can get weed anywhere anyway so if they wanted that they could have had it

  8. tim w says:

    the thing that kills me is that when something like this happens you start to see these “RIP” tributes from the friends of these kids. but you never see ANY of these kids having the wherewithall to STOP their friends from doing it in the first place. this whole ” its too bad trevor had to die so lets gather outside the house and cry about it” thing makes me want to puke. suddenly its ” woe is me ” instead of ” why didnt we stop him from doing it” and then all the friends create this greiveing click of people that try to make it all about them as if it was an accident that it happened when it was something that they all contributed to.

  9. Brett says:

    well i get upset when his brother blames others for his own stupidity. yes its sad that this had to happen but hey man it was HIS CHOICE to take it. And then the statement about how he loved his son more than anything well i guess not as much as taking drugs

  10. Take it to the Bank says:

    Although his friends were cowards for leaving him there to die, there is nobody to blame but this young man himself. Unless someone was holding him down and forcing him to ingest the drugs, HE, himself, made the choice to take them. He was clearly only thinking selfishly of himself and not his son when he was doing drugs (illegal or legal it doesn’t matter). Unfortunetly his young son will now have to go through life without his father, he is the one that really has to pay in the end.

  11. master says:

    friends dont let friends do drug

    1. Deb says:

      Ah……….Did you READ the story?????

  12. RJF says:

    Crazy, sad story. Shows how desperate teens are today in seeking, or taking advantage of availability (internet), availabilty of random substances. If you research this drug compound that the kids took, it is the equivalent to acid/LSD, yet even stronger. Its effects are even more intense, and come on immediately, if inhaled (as they apparently did). And.

    And while I’m not an attorney, I can assure you that his friends – the ones with whom he took it, the ones at the party, and the shmucks who dropped him in a hospital parking lot, might very well be held accountable for his death.

    1. M says:

      Oh, of course. Its always someone else’s fault. What the hell happened to taking responsibility for one’s own actions?

      1. Antoni says:

        Well apparently he did!
        Are the drugs legal? Yes! So, when they dropped him off at the hospital it would be the same as dropping off a friend (of age) who drank too much. Don’t get me wrong, taking him to the hospital was the smart thing to do.
        But here’s the kicker. Being that they did not break any laws why not stick around, even for someone you barely know (done this before). The fact that they left was because they either knew he was dead or they felt that what they were doing was wrong in the first place. Therefore, they were trying to divert responsibilties. Actions speak where words cannot. If someone stayed with him could you see how that would change things.
        But none the less, they more than likely won’t be held accountable. And the drug manufacturers will just add the test results! LSD ‘was’ legal; remember Ken Kesey?

    2. JamieinMN says:

      They will NOT be held accountable for his death. They did absolutely nothing wrong. They partially, very partially did the right thing, and brought him somewhere where people could try to save him. None of them committed any crimes against that young man.

      1. Jay says:

        Are MN laws that lax?? Anyone that sells, provides drugs to a person who then dies, is held totally responsible for that action here in WI.! His friends werent being friends when they dropped this young man off in the parking lot, either! My personal belief is these young people made the decision themselves to take the drug, they alone are responsible for their actions. No one forced the other to partake. It is truly sad this young man wont see his child grow up. My sympathy to the family.

      2. MAD MOM says:

        Ah Jamie in MN you would be most misinformed yes you can be held accountable, they were contributors #1, and they did nothing (good Samaritan to prevent, # 3 they did not seek help, to drop one off at hospital does not count calling 911 alerting medical staff and informing them what was injested is what is ethical and in some cases the lawful thing to do. They are accountable in criminal law as well as civil law. Yes we should all prevent this from happening yep parent should yeach children right from wrong ( lead by example it really works see how friends led by example causing 10 others to follow).

      3. JamieinMN says:

        I just don’t think it could hold up in court. And I don’t think they should be held responsible for PROVIDING the drugs. He CHOSE to snort, or smoke whatever it was. Nobody forced him. I am mad however, that they did not at least inform medical staff about what exactly happened.

    3. JamieinMN says:

      And if he were a minor, then I could certainly see someone, whoever supplied the synthetic materials being charged with a crime.

      1. MAD MOM says:

        Yes it does hold up in court at least in Minnesota it does drugs are the same as alcohol if you choose to drink and get in a car with someone else who drank which are all your decisions the one driving is held accountable for any accident regardless of YOUR choice to drink and get in the vehicle. It is commonly held up in court,

  13. kim says:

    Yeah I dont see why they dont legalize weed…Have you ever heard of anybody overdosing and dying from smoking too much ?

  14. Fun Guy says:

    Boy, you folks are lost. Alcohol still kills more teens than anything else COMBINED!

    The only difference is that the alcohol companies have huge lobbyists

    1. RsubG says:

      Alcohol is the only drug you can die withdrawing from, yes, not even heroin can kill you. Tthe delirious tremors and the heightened risk of cardiac arrest during withdraw from alcohol kill 30 percent of people who aren’t in the hospital during withdraw.

      RIP Trevor, hopefully those close to him can learn a lesson; however, from my experience, people never learn that drugs are poison.

  15. Kevin says:

    Until the adults in this world stop medicating their own feelings with alcohol and other drugs, and we allow people and business to profit from selling; the misery it causes, incidents like this, child abuse, domestic violence, murder by alcohol on our highways, etc., will never stop. Look in your own back yards people. We are all responsible and so deluded in ourselves, that we can’t see it nor want to change it. So some little child here will grow up without his father….

  16. JEL says:

    SO I TAKE IT YOU NEVER GOT A BABYSITTER TO GO HAVE A NIGHT OUT WITH FRIENDS.? WOW WHATEVER. DOES THIS MEAN BECAUSE I HAD MY HUSBAND WATCH THE BABY SO I COULD GET OUT OF THE HOUSE FOR A BIT AND HAVE A BEER WITH ONE OF MY FRIENDS, DOES THIS MEAN I DONT LOVE MY CHILD? OR DOES IT MEAN I LOVE BEER MORE? SHOULD I HAVE MY DAUGHTER TAKEN AWAY BECAUSE I WENT OUT? YOU ARE THE LOSER. OR LET ME GUESS, YOU HAVE NEVER DONE ONE THING WRONG SINCE YOU BECAME A FATHER? I FEEL SO SORRY FOR YOUR KIDS. WHAT WOULD YOU BE SAYING IF THIS WAS YOUR SON WHO OVERDOSED? OH BUT BECAUSE YOU ARE THE “PERFECT” PARENT YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER DO ANYTHING LIKE THIS???? YOU NEED A REALITY CHECK.

    1. GDavis says:

      JEL,
      Please turn the all caps off and get a grip. What Joe is saying is that when you become a parent you need to become more responsible, not lock yourself in the house and have no life. There’s a big difference between going out once in a while for beer and going to drug party with a bunch of idiots.

    2. laura says:

      one beer is different from a drug and if my husband and I do go out which is not often because we both work and are away from our kids for 8 hrs a day at work the way it is the weekend is family time, but if we do go out it isn’t to a party were there are drugs legal or not and if one of us has a beer or two the other has nothing but pop or water and we don’t stay out till early morning. It isn’t about us once we decided to have children it became about them and us as a family. Not saying it is right but it works for us and our children are healthy and happy. We have 2 older children who I can say with almost 100% certainity that they would not take drugs because their father and I have talked to them often about the harm drugs/alcohol can do and they see stories like this. . Plus they are both very into sports and after school activities and they wouldn’t want to risk getting kicked out of those things. We aren’t perfect parents and we accept that our kids are going to mess up and do stupid things or not make right choices but they also know that their is a risk if they make wrong choices that could be fatal and too bad for this young man he didnt have the same teachings

  17. JamieinMN says:

    Nobody deserves to die, but he definitely did not have his ducks in a row, regardless if he had a job and went to school. Now this mother must explain to her child when he’s old enough, how his father’s own stupidity took his own life.

    1. JamieinMN says:

      Oooo someone woke up on the wrong side of the trailer this morning!:-/ Eeeek

    2. Gramps says:

      Is this any different than the 98% of teens who share similar urges? Some use drugs, some use booze, some have sexual addictions and the list goes on.
      Sadly some don’t live due to their actions.
      In 1967 in VietNam 2 boys in my squad took rounds from a sniper and left me that day. The night before they had enjoyed a rare day of downtime and drank a few beers. By your analogy Jamie they didn’t have their ducks in a row. So I guess then they were stupid by definition too.
      Kid – grow up. Today

      1. JamieinMN says:

        Well, to put anything in your body that shouldn’t belong in there is quite stupid…..especially hallucinogens

  18. bob says:

    Alcohol is legal and how many teens are ODing on booze? Alot!

  19. g says:

    It doesn’t matter if the drug is legal. Aspirin and cough syrup are legal as well, but any substance used inappropriately can be dangerous. It’s unfortunate these people didn’t have better friends, but the 19-year-old is reponsible for his own actions.

    1. JamieinMN says:

      Exactly. Kids are resorting to ANYTHING and EVERYTHING to get a high. They want something quick, cheap, and legal.

  20. Sexual Truama says:

    …………….

  21. Earthman says:

    The bottom line is this is a sad story. And some of the comments I’m reading here are just heartless.

    The drug that was ordered online (legally) should be banned and the manufacturer of this product should be held accountable in some way.

    The kids who dropped their “friend” off in the parking lot of the hospital will have to live with their decisions for the rest of their life.

    If weed were legal people wouldn’t turn to ordering synthetic drugs online.

    Alcohol kills people everyday. Weed doesn’t. And the synthetics have grown enormously popular because people are looking for an alternative to weed that is legal.

    All that being said people need to be responsible for their actions and friends need to do a better job of being better friends.

    1. JamieinMN says:

      “The kids who dropped their “friend” off in the parking lot of the hospital will have to live with their decisions for the rest of their life.” Tell me, what else could the “friends” have done BETTER???? They brought him to a hospital! They didn’t dump him off on the side of the road. Or leave him to die in the corner of a dark basement.

      1. Earthman says:

        The way I’m understanding this, these guys just dropped him off at the parking lot of the hospital and took off. (Probably because they were scared) But I would think a better friend would help check the kid in and disclose to the hospital staff what he ingested so that the doctors knew what they were dealing with from the start.

      2. JamieinMN says:

        Oh of course, I wish somebody would’ve at least brought him IN the hospital. But chances are they were all tripping, and not in their right minds.

      3. Jaylee1700 says:

        AH, gone in the hospital maybe would have been a better option. Told the hospital exactly what the patient took so they could access how to properly take care of him. If someone is dumped in the parking lot of a hospital. The staff doesn’t know what is wrong with the patient. They cost him precious minutes and basically are partially responsible for killing their friend. I don’t care how scared they were.

      4. MAD MOM says:

        If my friend were in trouble I would call 911 basic elementary school knowledge, and begin CPR as I wait for paramedics to arrive. Infact if my friend were on fire I would not just watch then when he is fully charred drop him off at the fire station. Trippen or not cuz Ive been there so I know it can be done.

      5. JamieinMN says:

        Really MAD MOM? Even if you were tripped out on a hallucinogen????? You don’t know WHAT you would do.

  22. JamieinMN says:

    OK………Did you REALLY need to broadcast that?

    1. Bev a parent says:

      you are a sick individual JamieinMN, a mighty sick person

    2. Sexual Truama says:

      HELL YES BROADCASTING CRIMINAL STUFF IS WHAT SMART PEOPLE DO!! THATS WHAT THEY DO ON THE NEWS TO!! it needs to be world wide known!!

  23. JustSayin says:

    You need to go back to the Psych-ward. Pronto!

  24. Gary says:

    Since when is it illegal to drop someone off at the hospital and not go in with them?

    1. Mr. Right says:

      you must be another idiot, you’d probably do the samething, drop a dead body and run. What cowards! Alaways thinking of some technical excuse to justify the means.

      1. JamieinMN says:

        He was simply asking a question. Why couldn’t you just answer it? Because we all know it’s not illegal, what they did was only partially right. I don’t agree with what they did but you need to understand that those kids were all probably tripping. But they DID take him to the right place.

      2. Adolf Hitler says:

        I would drop the body in front of the car and run over it.

  25. swerver says:

    Beiber haircut neat

  26. Sexual Truama says:

    i had a accidental overdose at 14 years old in Willow Springs Missouri at 4:AM on my bio parents meds and the emergency hospital in missouri nurses illegally with out my parents permission forcibly locked me up in a pedophile psych ward!!

    in 2005 july 14 i only 14 years old i was sexually abused at a psych ward for minors in spring field missouri called Lankland Regional Hospital by two female psych ward staff along with thousands of other girls and boys ages 10 to 17 years old!!

    i was also sexually assaulted at 14 years old at the emergency room by the psycho pedophile nurses and sexually abused before being focred for no reason to a pedophile psych ward!!

  27. Victim Du Juror says:

    For the many whom it seems gets a thrill in attacking and disecting anothers pain and misery I have a question – do you people have a real life? 😉

  28. Dawn says:

    my heart and prayers go out to his baby and girlfriend….i could only imagine the pain they might be feeling. especially the mother of his new born. i currently reside in Blaine and being a young adult parent i know the hardships of having a child. My little sister is 19 and my parents just moved her out of the cities for this exact reason…but if there is anything i can do..or if she needs anyone to talk to..email me. and instead of commenting on someones mistakes maybe you should think more about the people they tragicly leave behind…god forbid you do one thing stupid in your life..because just that one mistake you make could leave your family broken hearted…so may all of you with negative comments not get bitten with the karma bug..because things happen everyday…may you not walk outside in a thunderstorm with a metal umbrella…or not watch where your walking and fall in a man hole..so that everyone can make you a butt of a joke.

    1. NRA Member says:

      Dawn – they won’t as they obviously are angels and have wings to always protect them from lives follies. And their own.

      Their day shall come and if one believes in karma God help them then

    2. Jaylee1700 says:

      Karma?? He took drugs. I may have some of the things mentioned above happen to me but I can fully guarantee that my family will not have to bury me because of a drug overdose. Yeah it is terrible but this idiot took on the risk when he took these drugs. If I was his girlfriend and child I would be angry with him

      1. Dawn says:

        im speaking on the Karma of negative responses to a very tragic ending..yeah he took drugs..and millions of people smoke cigerettes everyday knowing it could cause them to die early from lung cancer. so these people that have no heart or remorse for what they are saying..must not smoke cigarettes.RIGHT?!?

      2. Jaylee1700 says:

        I don’t feel sorry for people who smoke and get lung cancer or heart disease ect either. I especially don’t feel sorry for idiots who take drugs and die. You got exactly what is coming to you. Just my opinion.

  29. Sexual Truama says:

    i’m originally from Minnesota and 20 years old right now i’m still in Minnesota and i contacted about 20 attornys in the state of missouri to sue the pedophile psych ward for sexual abuse on a minor!! all the attornys said i have a case which i so knew that ofcourse!!! i need to save up money for a attorny and transportation!!!

    poopers life sucks!!

    1. lib says:

      Don’t allow these same people to keep traumatizing you over and over again, Don’t give those people power over you. You are more than a traumatic experience, you are only 20 and still have your entire life in front of you. Please see a pastor, forgive those horrible people, not for their sake, but yours. I have a friend whose mother committed suicide by setting herself on fiire, then her stepfather sexually abused her, she move in with her father and a brutal stepmother all this starting when she was six, she has overcome all of this, I believe you can too.
      I wish you a wonderful future life, God Bless

    2. Dawn says:

      i dont mean to take the focus point off the main issue at hand but i believe you are also a young adult that may need help…
      if the attorneys truely believe you have a case they would take it and work for a portion of your compensation.. you just need to find the right attorney..because in some cases they will even take care of your transportation issues..you need to rely sohly on yourself to see this through… you may not be able to right the wrong but you deserve justice…and you need to do some work in order to have that. best of luck to you.

      1. Dawn says:

        i also side with Lib on this.. haveing the strength to forgive is more powerful then an attorney to sue. i think after six years of life you may need to seek out some counseling because even in this case you may need a doctor to confirm you have been mentally handicapped because of the abuse. but even more the doctor may be able to guide you into a healthier way of thinking…and not let this misfortune corrupt your thoughts.

  30. Mike D says:

    I’ve never understood the lure of drugs. Maybe my parents, both still together after 40 years raised me right? Maybe those anti-drug after school specials we watched in school that were meant to scare the bejeezus out of us worked too?
    I guess the only drugs I am guilty of consuming are alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and the occasional aspiran.
    I hope the rest of these children learned their lesson the hard way by seeing what happened to their friend.

  31. Jaylee1700 says:

    Cared so much for his newborn son that he out a party in the middle of the night doing drugs. Awesome. I know when my son was a newborn my evenings were spent at home taking care of him. Sorry but It is really hard to feel bad for the kid who died.

    1. MAD MOM says:

      Shouldnt be hard to feel sympathy if you are human and it is a natural emotion, but then again those that are perfect just don’t seem to have EMPATHY for life experiences. Going out partying is not a crime But I bet you never once had a baby sitter not even to go to dinner. I have more sympathy for those who make comments about not having sypmathy because it means you have no feeling toward human life and that deserves sympathy.

  32. BBrooks says:

    He messed up. We all do at times.
    He lost his life – that’s a fact.
    Calling someone a loser just makes you look like the loser in the end.
    just saying ………………………………

  33. Momma of 2 says:

    You should be ashamed of yourself for making this type of comment. Kids will be kids and I guarantee you weren’t perfect as a child either.

    A child doesn’t deserve to die just because they make bad choices. IF you have children I would hope you understand the inappropriateness of your words and IF you don’t have children I’m glad!!!!

    GROW UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. Nicole says:

    It is what it is. Whats done is done. Trevor made the worng choice and the consequences were like takeing. People make bad choices. This is no different then someone drinking and driveing. At the moment you are not thinking about the fact that the consequences could be life takeing. Let it be.. I send sympathy to those who knew and loved Trevor. Peace be with you all.

  35. Mavis says:

    The “friends” should have called 911. Precious moments were lost because of their stupidity….and where the hell were the parents of the 16 year ol hosting this party? Had they been home supervising this little get together, this may not have happened!!

  36. RICH says:

    IDIOTS,ALL OF THEM,there are bad choices and stupid choices in life and sometime the stupid ones have terrible results like this but they made the stupid choice and its lucky they all didnt die,maybe this will wake up some kid to think before they make a stupid choice like that

  37. lyndie says:

    OK SO THE ONE THAT DIED, TREVOR, WAS MY FRIEND. FOR THOSE OF YOU GUYS SAYING ITS HIS FAULT THAT’S PATHETIC. YES IT WAS HIS CHOICE TO TAKE IT. BUT SO MANY OF US DO OXY OR PERK OR WEED EVEN IF YOU DON’T IT DOESN’T MATTER. THE THING IS, TREVOR WAS THE SWEETEST GUY I SWEAR HE WAS. WE WENT TO BLAINE HIGH SCHOOL TOGETHER BEFORE HE WENT TO THE OTHER SCHOOL. HE WAS THE COOLEST GUY. IT KILLS ME AND MY OTHER FRIENDS THAT WERE FRIENDS WITH HIM. THE THING IS WE STICK TOGETHER, WE ARE HERE FOR TREVOR AND I’M UPSET AND SHAKEN UP ABOUT ALL OF THIS. IT HURTS. I KNOW SOME OF YOU MAY NOT SEE WHY SOME PEOPLE ATTEMPT DRUGS. BUT HIS LIFE WAS AMAZING. ANOTHER STAR WAS LOST FROM THE WORLD.

    TREVOR WE LOVE AND MISS YOU ALWAYS. WE WISH YOU WERE HERE.
    REST IN PEACE BUDDY.

    1. rich says:

      Lyndie GET some treatment,maybe he should went and got some also instead of thinking of himself and not thinking of his baby(probably another bad choice on his part),and if it wasnt his fault whos is it?Drugs are messing up your thinking,get straight and sober and seek some treatment if you cant handle life without drugs,wake up

  38. lyndie says:

    I REMEMBER WHEN I RAN INTO TREVOR AND SAGE AT BURLINGTON IN NOTHTOWN MALL WHERE THEY WORKED LIKE 2 YEARS AGO I BELIEVE THAT WAS THE LAST TIME I SEEN TREVOR BEFORE I MOVED. BUT I REMEMBER SEEING THEM AND GOING “HEY ITS MY 2 FAVORITE GUYS GIVE ME A HUG” AND THEY BOTH CAME OVER AND GAVE ME A HUG AT THE SAME TIME. TREVOR I MISS YOU. I TOLD SAGE I NEED TO SEE HIM SOON. IT WAS TOO LATE FOR ME TO SEE YOU BUT IT SHOWS HOW BADLY WE NEED TO SEE THE PEOPLE WE LOVE AND MISS MORE OFTEN I KNOW THINGS ALWAYS GET IN THE WAY. BUT I’LL NEVER FORGET YOU TREVOR. YOU HAD A BIG HEART, WERE SWEET AND A GREAT FRIEND. I KNOW HOW YOUR GF FEELS WHEN I WAS WITH MY BF RYAN N HE WAS KILLED I LOST IT. I FEEL TERRIBLE FOR HER. AND I DONT WANT HER TO GO THROUGH THIS PAIN, I DON’T WANT NONE OF US TO. I MISS YOU TREVOR.

  39. Lower Middle Class man says:

    2 Lesson to be learned here. #1 – Don’t do Drugs #2 – Pick better friends

    1. JamieinMN says:

      VERY good lesson. I hope lots of kids learn from this. This could’ve been prevented SO easily, and if his friends would’ve acted, they could’ve possibly saved his life.

    2. RsubG says:

      I think 1 and 2 are the same thing. If you don’t do #1, #2 won’t happen … and sadly, vice versa.

  40. LA says:

    a new baby, with no father, and now us tax payers will be supporting the baby because his father didnt man up and say no to the drugs. sounds very selfish and immature. no one to blame but himself. no one forced him to take the drugs. it is sad, but overall its even sadder as it affects us all.

    1. Sami Helmke says:

      it shouldnt matter if he made the wrong choice what matters is his little baby and he didnt do it to get out of anything he is a great and sweet guy

  41. Miss Jordynn says:

    “Momma of 2” …I totally agree with you! I Actually know from experience. I am also 19 years old. And I am currently a recovering drug addict. I have been sober for a year and a half. When you are addicted to drugs, It completely changes you into a different person. I’m only 19 and I have lost so many friends because of drugs. Most of you people are saying he’s a bad father for going out and celebrating spring break. How many of you have celebrated spring break when you were younger? Us kids will ALWAYS make stupid mistakes, It’s what us human beings do. And most of us learn from those mistakes. And I know it’s really messed up but sometimes it takes a friends death to make people realize how stupid and dangerous it can be. Maybe this mass overdose will teach everyone to stop and think. To stop and think about the 19 year old boy who died. God couldn’t help Trevor, but Trevor’s sudden death will give us all a second chance when we might be in that same situation. So don’t judge him. Learn from him. I bet he loved his newborn child and I bet he was a great father. Just because he wanted a awesome spring break, doesn’t make him a bad father at all.

    To the family of Trevor

    R.I.P

    1. Shanna says:

      I agree Miss Jordynn! Trevor was a young boy trying to have a good time, he loved his baby very much Im sure, when 19 year old kids have babies at a young age they only do what they know better, I met Trevor a few times and he was a super happy kid, well mannered, very polite and had a good spirit!!

      RIp Trevor Robinson

  42. Patrick McCarthy says:

    This happens more often then people think, friends not helping when they need help the most. Check out the web site http://www.friendsdontletfriendsdie.com

  43. jaden says:

    oh shutup LA u dont know what went on so dont talk about him everyone loved him!!!and he died because some kid named jesse fisher who threw the party punched him to knock him out thats what killed him because of brain damage and they didnt call 911 so shush!!!

    1. jaden says:

      oh and ur immature and selfish!!!

  44. jaden says:

    grow up adolf hitler!!!! ur immature and selfish!!! i would of ran ur body over till it was a flat pacake!!!haha im sad so grow up

  45. lyndie says:

    To JAYDEN. do u or anyone know who the other 2 that were in critical condition. who was all there at the party with trevor. i was scared hearing about more being in critical condition. didnt want to lose another friend depending on who they were.

    LOVE YOU TREVOR. IM GLAD TO REMEMBER ABOUT THE LAST MOMENT I SPENT WITH U WAS HUGGING U AND SAGE.
    WE ARE GOING TO MISS YOU SOO.

  46. anticomment says:

    It’s really easy to judge and trash the people who die from a terrible mistake until it is someone you know and love personally. I think then your opinions of a “stupid teenager who deserved what he got” may change slightly. Until then, it may be wise to hold your hateful comments and pay some respect to the family and friends who are dealing with this great loss. He was a good kid who made a stupid choice and he will still be missed a great deal.

  47. Sami Helmke says:

    i knew trevor since middle we were close and then i moved schools i wish i would have stayed in touch because i would have told him not to do it . i miss him and love him like a big bro ! REST IN PEACE BUDDY!!!

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