In this logged call to the police, the reporting party alleged that a client was leaving and "probably trying to get some drugs."
This police report involves a burglary at one of the Narconon Arrowhead cabins involving a stolen gun.
According to this police report, a patient became violent and hallucinatory at Narconon Colorado after ingesting Hawaiian Baby Wood Rose seeds.
Someone called the police from Narconon Colorado. On call back, a busy signal or no answer was received. A police officer was dispatched and the call was determined to be a likely misdial. Interestingly, the police report mentions that phone time at Narconon is monitored.
Police were dispatched to assist a patient at Narconon Colorado who reported that she and her belongings were being held against her will.
This police report involves items allegedly stolen from a client while he was away on medical leave. Narconon Arrowhead's Senior Director of Public Relations, Robert Newsmith, presented the police with copies of paperwork signed by the client stating that Narconon could not be held responsible for lost or stolen items. At this point, the police informed both parties that this was a civil issue due to the contractual agreement.
Someone reported a fight breaking out across the street from Narconon Colorado between about 6-8 people who appeared to have been drinking. Apparently, a sign was kicked-in.
This police report involves a client who was attempting to leave Narconon Arrowhead and alleged that staff members were refusing to release his personal items to him.
According to this police report, a Narconon staff member saw someone hanging around outside of Narconon Colorado, who "appeared high." Allegedly, the lurker was asking people if they needed drugs and returned to the property 3 times after being asked to leave.
A hang-up call, from a Narconon Colorado phone number to the police, was determined to be accidental.