To Kill a Mockingbird

How is Dill from To Kill a Mockingbird a troublemaker?

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I really would not call him a troublemaker. He has an active imagination and gets up to some mischief with Jem trying to lure Boo Radley out, but troublemaker is not one of his traits. Dill is actually loyal and compassionate. He leaves his mother and stepfather because he is ignored. He likes Maycomb because he finds a sense of family and belonging in the Finches.