A hang-up call, from a Narconon Colorado phone number to the police, was determined to be accidental.
This call to police appears to be about a Narconon Colorado pay dispute. It was determined to be a civil issue.
This police call log involves a mysterious complaint about unreceived shipments at Narconon Colorado. It was determined to be a civil issue.
According to this police report, a Narconon employee called to complain about an unwanted, fired employee who kept returning to the property. Police provided civil standby while the fired employee was given his property.
Police were called regarding a dispute over a client's belongings.
Police went out to Narconon Colorado on a warrant for arrest of an adult female.
A mother reported her son missing after he left Narconon Colorado on foot. He returned home 3 days later.
This police report involved a client who was attempting to leave, but claimed her belongings were being held ransom. By the time police arrived, all properties had been returned except for a cell phone.
A client was attempting to leave Narconon Colorado and contacted police because his belongings were being withheld. Once police arrived, staff members brought out his possessions.
A Narconon Colorado security guard, Don Ballard, contacted police to report that a patient who had been kicked out of the program had returned on an allegedly stolen bicycle.