Narconon Arrowhead, Daughter “Dumped”, Then Disappears

This heartbreaking complaint involves a 24 year old who was said by Narconon to be progressing wonderfully after 10 days. However, an hour after that call, the mother received another call in which she was told that her that her daughter had tested positive for drugs and would have to leave Narconon. The daughter was taken to the Tulsa airport almost 100 miles away from Narconon Arrowhead, along with two male “students”, including the one who had smuggled the drugs into the facility. The daughter was left at the airport at 11pm with no money, no plane ticket, no cell phone, and no resources of any type. 6 days later, as of the time of her posting, the mother had not been able to find her daughter and did not know whether she was dead or alive. Tulsa police were investigating. This was in 2007. Narconon Reviews does not know the outcome.

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Stonewalled by Narconon Arrowhead, Marriage on the Rocks

In the beginning of the wife's stay at Narconon Arrowhead, things went pretty well. During the husband's visits, they talked about her progress and everything seemed fine. After four months, during a visit, the husband noticed that his wife's behavior had changed. She acted distant from him, which was unlike her. After the visit, he could not get in touch with her for two weeks. When he did reach her, she blamed the husband for her drug use, and said she was reconsidering the marriage. She went so far as to have divorce papers written, but the husband was refusing to sign them as of the last post he made. Narconon Reviews does not know the outcome.

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Police Report, Narconon Arrowhead, May 4, 2007

While under the care of Narconon Arrowhead, this victim alleged that a credit card and iPod were stolen from him by someone with access to the facility's mail. The credit card had just been ordered and had an $1,800 credit limit. Someone used the card at a Eufala convenience store to the tune of $1,799. A former Narconon security guard was suspected.

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