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Dec 23, 2016

Dean Dawson’s Widow Pleas to Police to Solve Fatal Accident

Dorian Pakeman

Earlier this week you heard Police say that while the case of the fatal RTA of Dean Dawson has been lengthy – they are making incremental progress but are still awaiting some information that is pending. And while there has been back and forth in this case from the tampering of Dawson’s blood test to a hidden cocaine positive lab result for Dorian Pakeman – Dawson’s family says that it has been hard on them both financially and emotionally. We caught up with Dawson’s common-law-wife earlier today and we asked her about all the curves in this case – she says that it has been tough. She also told us that she has been receiving a bit of financial help from Pakeman:

 

Sherla Adolphus, Common-law-Wife of Deceased

“Well, that business there – that tampering with Dean blood, I think that was so wrong. Because when my common-law husband died, we were at the doctor the Tuesday before he died for a pain in his feet and he was on medication. So, whatever they did I think they were wrong. To me, they murdered him another time.”

 

Andrea Polanco

“Do you care to share with us what are your thoughts so far as to how they are dealing with this case?”

 

Sherla Adolphus

Sherla Adolphus

“I am going through trials ma’am, because every day I leave my home to suffice my babies and I don’t have a job. I try to get one and I started and I had to stop because I cannot pay babysitter and feed my four sons. So, I decided to stop and just do hustling home. So, I will ask for whosoever responsible for Dean Dawson’s death to please come up and support me a little bit more at least until time of justice.”

 

Reporter

“Do you feel frustrated since it is taking so long for someone to be charged; for Mr. Pakeman to be charged?”

 

Sherla Adolphus

“I am frustrated. I am getting very sick. Right now I am in pain, emotional pain. I am so down-pressed. Ma’am I don’t know what much to say right now.”

 

Dean Dawson

Andrea Polanco

“Now, you think this will get resolved?”

 

Sherla Adolphus

“I believe it will get resolved. I believe in the heavenly Father, so I think something will work out. I don’t look at Pakeman as a horrible person, because I love everyone. I just hope something come out, mien.”

 

Andrea Polanco

“Has he ever reached out to you since the accident; recently?”

 

Sherla Adolphus

“Yes, ma’am. Yes. After that he start to help me, help me and school was about to open, he give me about five hundred dollars to buy the uniforms and stuff. After that he start to give me like hundred, fifties; no signing to that because I don’t sign cause we have no agreement. Just he give me that to help me because he knows he responsible yuh know. I just hope he continue to help me mien. I would have looked out for him this week. I didn’t feel anyway. I just feel upset a little because he doesn’t reach out to me, at least this week of all the time back he didn’t reach out to me. That’s all I have to say and Merry Christmas, Dorian.”

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