Will Dylan Redwine's body be found soon? Cadaver dogs used yesterday in a search for the missing boy hit on his scent. This is (at least) the second time scent dogs have been used, and it is (at least) the second time the scent of the missing teen has been detected. The scent was reportedly detected near the Vallecito lake where searchers were drilling in the ice yesterday. Does this mean that the investigation should regain focus in this region?
While officials continue to scour parts of Colorado for the missing teen, his parents have appeared on 'Dr. Phil' in a two-part episode. The first part aired yesterday and depicted pretty much nothing but arguments and the flinging of accusations by both Elaine and Mark Redwine. When the episode's second part airs today, Mark Redwine may take a polygraph test as it's reported that he failed the other one he took.
This case, like other high profile disappearances, is becoming a media spectacle. It feels like the parents can't stop going at it long enough to sit, talk and focus on how they are going to find Dylan. Elaine believes Mark knows where Dylan is. She says that his lack of emotion and lack of involvement in the searches for the missing teen is indicative that he knows what happened to him. Do you agree with her?
With cadaver dogs hitting on Dylan Redwine's scent, it's hard to speculate that this is going to end well. Will his body be located soon, or are the telltale scents of the boy nothing more than residual evidence of him once being at the lake? It's been over three months since Dylan was last seen, so do you think residual scent would remain that long without an actual body?
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