Advice dating a drug dealer
Reporting Crimes You have probably seen crimes taking place and not reported them before -- underage drinking at a party, people taking bong hits.In reality, most people let plenty of illegal activity go on without calling the cops.Will you go to jail for just hanging around with this person?It is very hard to say what will happen to you when you date a drug dealer without more context. Are transactions happening around you or is it totally separate from your existence?I’m sure I’ve heard more gunshots than most people do in a lifetime. We dated for a little over two years so for most of that time, I guess. This is going to sound really weird but these guys were sharp like they knew exactly what they were doing. And even with my boyfriend, it was hard to separate the person he was with me and with them, you know?I remember this one moment where I had to kind of take a step back and was just like “woah, what is happening? When I sat back down I realized how desensitized I had gotten to all this craziness. They knew what they were doing to do, what the next guy is about to do, and what move they’ll make a month from now. I mean this is the guy who would hold my hand at a movie theater!
I saw a knife pierced into his body—just sticking out of him. The weird part was, after I found out my boyfriend was okay, I ordered Mc Donalds. But like, he was sweet with me, and to me for so long, so consistently, I began to make excuses and defending his actions and telling myself it was okay when it wasn’t. Was that realization what led to you two breaking up? What were the other things that led to the breakup? And I remember her boyfriend was like to the guy “hey, bro like that’s not cool” and the other guy just didn’t care and was like “well, what are you gonna do? And it sounds so dumb to think back now but like I remember my boyfriend came up to me and was like “babe, if that were you, I would have booted him in the face.My sit down conversation with a young girl whose careful words and chilling memories paint the picture of what it’s really like to date a drug dealer in Surrey (note: names have been excluded for privacy protection). (Smiles) He was everything you could ever want in a boyfriend. And then the next week or month he would surprise me with something going off of the littlest things I mentioned. And I know that’s not the answer you’re looking for. (Laughs) He was a really good boyfriend and a really good drug dealer. It’s not an easy thing to admit but yeah, there were many times where I probably could have been killed—easily actually. It’s so weird to think back now, but it’s just the life I lived with him. Um, well I can’t get into too many details without revealing his identity but we met at a party. It was that cliché thing where he asked for my number and I said no. He saw me like glued to my phone and I remember he just came up to me, grabbed my phone, and took it away from me.He was smart, he was funny, he’s sweet, caring, open, honest, loyal—you name it. Did you ever feel your life could have been in danger while with him? Like I’m sitting here and talking to you right now and there were times where I could have been shot. And then he took his own phone out of his pocket and gave both of our phones to his friend and he asked me to go on a walk with him. It’s weird to think back to it now—how I didn’t turn away at the first sign of trouble. He always dealt like petty drugs all throughout high school."They turned me into an urban legend," Rick says from a payphone at the Oaks Correctional Facility, near the eastern shore of Lake Michigan."I was just a kid when the agents pulled me out of high school in the ninth grade and had me out to three in the morning every night.They gave me a fake ID when I was 15 that said I was 21 so I could travel to Vegas and to Miami to do drug deals." Rick ended his relationship with authorities after serving two years as an informant.