A judge will issue a ruling on whether Narconon Arrowhead will have to submit documents relaing to drug and alcohol use by members of its staff.
On Wednesday, a hearing will determined whether a lawsuit against
the medical detox center filed on behalf of a woman treated there who
is now in a vegetative state following a drug overdose.
According to a report from the McAlester News-Capital, the suit alleges drugs were given to the woman by Narconon staff while
she was in the program. The lawsuit was filed in March 2010 on behalf of
A number of lawsuits are pending against Narconon Arrowhead, which has denied any wrongdoing.
Three clients at the center were found dead in a nine-month span in 2012, and another died client died in 2009.
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Tuesday marks Tulsa Public Schools' eighth snow day and ninth day out of classes for the year. The district is deciding how to make up missed class time, and parents are wondering if their family vacations will be affected.