Unauthorized use of a vehicle was investigated after a car was borrowed and never returned.
The reporting party claimed unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
This former client reported problems with his roommates after they falsely informed his parents that he was using. He claims valuable personal items were stolen from him and an assault occurred. Medical records verified the victim had no drugs in his system. At the time of the report, the victim had a head injury on the left side and a small injury to left big toe. The roommates denied having knowledge of a watch that was stolen, but Narconon Arrowhead contacted the officer to inform him that some of the victim's items were there.
In reviewing the application (for certification) and determining the merits of the application the Board on the October 18, 1991 and December 13, 1991 hearings heard evidence and considered the issues of safety and effectiveness of the treatment modality utilized by the Applicant (Narconon-Chiloco). The Board concluded that the program offered by Narconon-Chilocco is not medically safe. Certification was denied.