The Pittsburg County Sheriff's office picked up someone at Narconon Arrowhead with a warrant for arrest.
Officers successfully assisted with an attempt to locate someone who was missing from the facility and transported the prisoner to the station after s/he was picked up.
This person says he was helped by Narconon and says, "Its no secret that the program uses alot of Scientology based techniques and beliefs, but I never felt it was delivered in a "churchy" manner."
A complaint of simple assault and battery was reported.
911 hangup call received.
A patient was arrested on a drug conspiracy charge after staff reported her to the police for receiving opiates in a package of clothing sent via FedEx. Two small baggies of heroin were found in the waist bands and successfully field tested as heroin. Once she stated she did not want to stay at the facility, she was taken into custody and eventually transported to county jail.
Narconon reported a patient was sent home after she received suboxone through the mail in packs of cigarette. The narcotics (a common prescription used in medically supervised withdrawal from opioid addiction) were turned over to the deputy and destroyed.
Concerned parent asked to speak with a deputy about getting her recently admitted son out of the facility after becoming informed of the things that had happened there.
This former client of Narconon Arrowhead in Canadian, Oklahoma thought the facility looked beautiful on the website, but found out when he arrived that in actuality, it was nothing like the pictures. He also complains about the lack of medical oversight at the program, and the lack of training and time of sobriety of the counselors. He was at Narconon Arrowhead when another "student", Gabriel Graves, died. He would not choose Narconon, knowing what he knows now, and says, "the only way I would go there now would be to join a picket line and protest them."
After leaving a 12 step program, this former client of Narconon Arrowhead in Canadian, Oklahoma went to Narconon because the father was impressed by the claimed 75% success rate, but stayed just 30 days for the sauna. They threw away all the vitamins, including the niacin and believes that that helped them to get out faster. They were at Narconon during the same period as Stacy Murphy, who died the day after they left, and leaves this comment, "Justice for Stacy."