Michah Pollock was only 15 when he was shot in the back with a shotgun by a 17 year old over a girlfriend. The murderer lured Micah to a strip mine, where he shot him in the back with a shotgun, severing his spinal cord. The killer went back the following day, and dragged his body 250 feet with his car, before throwing his body into a pond. The police found the body there several days later.
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