In this police report, a worried Mom was running late to pick up her daughter from Narconon Colorado and requested a welfare check.
The police were dispatched to respond to a report of a 51 year-old Narconon patient having seizures. The patient had no prior history of epilepsy, seizure disorder or diabetes.
In this police report, a 20-year-old patient requests police stand-by to retrieve his possessions from Narconon Colorado. Narconon allegedly refused to release his belongings without his mother present.
In this police report, the complainant alleges that legal paperwork was being withheld from her.
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.
Instead of a nice rehabilitation center, professional health care staff and counselors, and round-the-clock medical staffing, as promised by "Joe" the intake counselor at Narconon Freedom Center, when the Plaintiff arrived, she found dilapidated facilities which were cited by the Calhoun County Health Department for violations, a single nurse, and staff who had, for the most part, been recruited from former patients who had recently completed the Narconon program and were frequently "quarantined off" because of their continued use of alcohol and illegal drugs. You must read the entire complaint to get a full picture of life at Narconon Freedom Center.
According to this police report, a patient became violent and hallucinatory at Narconon Colorado after ingesting Hawaiian Baby Wood Rose seeds.
The plaintiff in this case alleges breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and consumer fraud. Despite promises to the contrary, Narconon Freedom Center failed to acquire preauthorization for the client's stay or to provide a physical exam. Other complaints include deceptive advertising and false representations about the program's success rates.
The plaintiff in this case alleges that she found Narconon New Life Retreat (Narconon NLR) through an internet search that turned up www.non12-steprehabs.org. There she found a 1-800# and got connected to Lance at a fake referral service. Lance described himself as an 'independent' volunteer drug counselor and referred the plaintiff to Jeff Gordon at Narconon NLR.The usual bait and switch ensued. Plaintiff alleges she was promised a 76% success rate and extensive addiction counseling for her son. Instead, she claims, her son received Scientology doctrine and practices for which she paid $27,000. Note: NOTICE of Voluntary Dismissal by Jeannette McHenry (Pendley, Patrick) (Entered: 03/11/2015)