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He really didn’t intend to kill the girls, honest! They wanted some heroin and so he helped them out as a good buddy would do, right? He injected heroin into the 14 year old girl when they were having their getting-high get-together. It must have been a little too much.

The week before he had given heroin to a 17 year old girl.

Sean Warner is only 26 and he is a Navy veteran who was a medic in Afghanistan. He was a good student back in the day and he did well in the Navy, overall. But after his time there, he has suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, and perhaps that is what he would use as his personal excuse for using drugs.

14-year old Jena Dolstad came from a home that had a few troubles, and her stepfather says that Jena’s mother wasn’t around very much. Somewhere she met Warner and he and two other men picker her up on December 22, 2011 to go and hang out at Warner’s home. Never mind that she was not an adult and their age difference could put him in jail if they engaged in any other activities.

Warner shared a gram of heroin with the men and Jena allegedly told them that she wanted to try something new but she was afraid to inject it herself. Warner says that he had a hard time getting the needle into her so he had her lie down and then he used his belt as a tourniquet. He shot 25-30 units of heroin into her after trying a few times to find a vein. The other men say that they left the girl on the bed and found her there the next morning face down in her vomit.

Warner was afraid to call 911 because he would get arrested for the drugs in the house, so instead he gave her some Suboxone, which is used to treat opiate addicts. It didn’t help. Instead, it caused her to go into convulsions, and so eventually he took pity on her and called 911.

Warner’s uncle says that Sean didn’t intend to kill her – just to help her get high. He says that, "He's terribly remorseful. He's in a very difficult spot."

As he should be.

In the meantime, he faces charges regarding the death and also for the heroin he gave to the other girl the week before.


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