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'they had his body in the garage that whole time': family coming to grips with aurora teen's death

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'they had his body in the garage that whole time': family coming to grips with aurora teen's death

alone, pamela page-daddezio drove 5 miles from her west side aurora home, across the fox river, to the east side house she calls the "devil's playground."more than two and a half years had passed since her older son, kevin page, moved out of the house on the 800 block of second avenue. now her son brandon page was missing, and she heard he might be there.disappearing like this seemed out of character for 19-year-old brandon page, who moved back in with her in january. he was sleeping when page-daddezio left for work the morning of may 3. when she returned, he was gone.a week and a half went by without even a text message from the teen, who had always stayed in touch, even if he was in trouble. it was her only lead, so page-daddezio drove to the pale yellow house on second avenue and knocked on the door.she didn't find her son. seasons changed before she found out how close she'd come. brandon page had been dead for several months when a cleaning crew hired by a prospective buyer discovered human remains in the home's garage, the coroner said.the death investigation opened aug. 18 was the 14th report that aurora police took at the address this year. they had already recorded at least three drug law violations and four in-state warrants, according to public records obtained by the beacon-news through a public records request.police reports describe used syringes scattered throughout the single-family home, four bedrooms filled with trash and "an overdose victim that had ...