The informant in this police report alleged that Narconon Colorado would not allow a patient to leave for a scheduled psychiatric exam.
After voluntarily entering rehab, paying $30,000 and leaving after 1 month, this complainant alleged that Narconon Colorado would not return his wallet. According to the police report, he was advised to send a postage-paid, self-addressed box for shipping, or return to Fort Collins to pick up his wallet.
In this police report, someone spotted an intruder at Narconon Colorado climbing in a window. The intruder turned about to be a resident there.
According to this police report, someone claimed gunshots were fired near Narconon Colorado. Police in the area did not hear the shots and found no suspicious activity.
In this police report, a voluntarily admitted female patient called 911 after Narconon staff members "tried to talk her into staying."
In this police report, a patient at Narconon Colorado had become suicidal, was hallucinating and had a knife, which he later surrendered. When police arrived, the patient told them he was not allowed to take his regular medications while at Narconon. Police took him into protective custody on a mental health hold and transported him to a local hospital for evaluation. During the drive, he told police about his experience with scientology's training routines while hallucinating, saying, "They're crazy over there and they make us do weird stuff."
Narconon Colorado called the police for assistance with an uncooperative patient. The request was cancelled within minutes.
A Narconon Colorado employee was accused of stealing a car in this police report. The car was returned undamaged. No charges were filed.
The parents of this former client found the advertised success rate of 70% appealing on a Narconon website. When they learned that the Narconon program was based on the philosophies and teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of scientology, their son was immediately removed from the program. Narconon denied receiving a refund request.
Plaintiff entered an agreement with Narconon that his son would attend the Narconon facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. The son's girlfriend also decided to attend a Narconon facility at the same time, however plaintiff had been told that the girlfriend would attend a different Narconon facility due to the nature of their personal relationship and their joint development of a substance abuse problem, as well as the standard of care expected of a drug rehab facility.