Deaths bring official look into drug rehab operation - 2012-09-14

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F231.png Deaths bring official look into drug rehab operation September 14, 2012, Jarrel Wade, News OK

Landmeier, 27, overdosed on heroin and OxyContin in March 2008 at a Tulsa hotel. A day earlier, she was dismissed from Narconon Arrowhead, a state-licensed nonmedical drug detoxification facility, records show.

Landmeier's family alleges in court documents that her dismissal was related to drugs and alcohol provided to her by Narconon staff.

"Heather believed Narconon would be the start on her road to recovery," said Landmeier's younger sister, Hilary Landmeier. "Our family believed that as well. We put our trust in them. They truly made us believe that."


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