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April 22, 2010
In April of 2008, Jennifer had a Ford Taurus she gave to Kelvin when the transmission went out of it. He gave the Sable to Vallie who now lived in Arkansas with her new husband and two boys. He thought if they had transportation they would come and visit more often. Soon after the brakes went out of it and they were out of a vehicle again. Kelvin knows everybody and soon had the transmission repaired in the Taurus, gave the Taurus to me to drive and he drove the Cavalier. He struck up a deal with Lyle to buy a truck, which he really wanted anyway, that Lyle had bought at an auction which was a Dodge Ram, 2001. It was bigger than the Ranger. It also had an extended cab with a full seat and was a nicer looking truck than the 2003 Ranger he had bought and lost through repossession. In March of 2009 he had 3 wrecks in the truck, the last one totaled it. In order to get the truck from Lyle he needed 800.00 dollars down to take it home so he sold the Cavalier to a man who wanted the convertible. One week after he had it licensed, he drove it to Kansas City, drunk, and hit a parked car, totaling the Chevy I had had since 1996. I was so careful with it all those years. It was my red lifeline. Car repairs were expensive so I protected that little Red Chevy Convertible as if it was a precious stone from an expensive jewelry store. I was so sad when I heard what the man did to my little red car if not a little bit angry. Kelvin had sold the car for the 800.00 to buy the truck which he totaled, I had the Taurus which he had repaired and he again was without transportation. He now drives a little red Dodge Avenger with the money he had saved to get the truck fixed. The truck lies mangled at Lyle's lot on Garfield Ave.