Dillon Barton was 24 when he died at his Missouri home of a heroin overdose. The sheriff of his small town was so saddened that he seeded a reward fund to find the heroin dealer with $500 of his own money.
Dillon Barton was 24 when he died at his Missouri home of a heroin overdose. The sheriff of his small town was so saddened that he seeded a reward fund to find the heroin dealer with $500 of his own money. Office of the Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman Facebook
Dillon Barton was 24 when he died at his Missouri home of a heroin overdose. The sheriff of his small town was so saddened that he seeded a reward fund to find the heroin dealer with $500 of his own money. Office of the Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman Facebook

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