Archive for April, 2012


Kids have access to drugs.

Sometimes they go seeking them. Sometimes they accidentally find them. Sometimes they become drug users just by being in the room.

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In Connecticut, a kindergarten student had a most unique set of items for show and tell when he came to school on Monday; heroin.

The boy wore his step-father’s jacket to school, and unknowingly was transporting 50 bags of heroin.

When he brought them out for show and tell, the teacher phoned the principal, who then phoned authorities.

When the 35-year-old Santos Roman showed up to retrieve the jacket and the heroin inside, police were waiting for him.

State services are caring for the boy until other relatives are located.

These sorts of stories are not rare. They happen more than people thing. Kids find substances and bring them to school. We’ve seen marijuana, cocaine, pills, and heroin brought to school by an innocent child.

These parents are surely setting bad examples for their kids.

There is no word on whether or not the kid had any drugs in his system. That certainly was not reporter by local media outlets in Bridgeport.

This story comes on the heels of a Las Cruces, New Mexico couple arrested after their children tested positive for cocaine.

Eric Lee Estrada, 30, and Stacey Carreras, 26, face four countes of negligent child abuse.

Apparently the couple was smoking cocaine and possibly doing so in the presence of their children.

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We’ve seen numerous stories about doctors profiting off of America’s obsession with opiates and other narcotics. Now we’re seeing how a doctor himself is now accused of faking prescriptions for his own use.

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According to the Orange County Register, a local doctor will head to court today, where he is scheduled to be arraigned on 14 felony charges of writing amphetamine prescriptions for a girlfriend and a former girlfriend so he could use the drugs himself.

Dr. Bryan Swan, seen in this much shot released by the OC D.A.’s office, had a practice in Anaheim.

Article Tab: Dr. Brian Swan booking photo.

Swan’s attorney, Dyke Huish, told City News Service that Swan has a “personal Adderall problem” and has voluntarily put his medical license on temporary suspension as he seeks treatment for his addiction.

The DA’s press release says that Swan fraudulently wrote Adderall and amphetamine prescriptions for a girlfriend and ex-girlfriend with the intention of using the drugs himself.

If convicted on all counts, Swan faces a maximum sentence of 11 years and eight months in state prison.

Jane Doe #1

Six months prior to October 2011, the defendant and his then-live-in girlfriend, Jane Doe #1, split up and the victim moved out. After the couple ended their relationship, Swan is accused of writing 22 Adderall prescriptions for Jane Doe #1 without her knowledge. On five occasions between July 14, 2011, and Oct. 13, 2011, the defendant is accused of going to Sav-on and Target pharmacies to obtain Adderall prescriptions in Jane Doe #1’s name, which he had written.

 

On Oct. 13, 2011, Swan is accused of attempting to obtain a prescription in Jane Doe #1’s name at a Target pharmacy, but the prescription was denied by the victim’s insurance. The pharmacist contacted Jane Doe #1, who had no knowledge of and had not consented to the prescription. When confronted by the pharmacist, Swan is accused of presenting Jane Doe #1’s stolen driver’s license and then fleeing the scene.

 

The Irvine Police Department (IPD) investigated this case and learned of a second victim in the course of the investigation.

 

Jane Doe #2

Swan is accused of beginning to date Jane Doe #2 in September 2011 and she later moved in with the defendant. Between October 2011 and January 2012, Swan is accused of writing nine prescriptions for Jane Doe #2 including Adderall, amphetamine salts, and Vyvanse. Jane Doe #2 used some of the prescriptions, but Swan is accused of prescribing more than Jane Doe #2 would use in order to have extra for himself.

 

IPD investigated this case. Deputy District Attorney Sayge Castillo is prosecuting this case.

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By now you’ve probably heard about the fallen Leaf, Ryan Leaf.

The former NFL #2 pick was popped not once, but twice this week for breaking into home and stealing prescription drugs.

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Leaf was arrested in Montana and one set of reports indicated that he had Hydrocodone that was not in his name.

Authorities in Texas are already trying to revoke his probation there on unrelated drug charges.

It’s been a sad downward spiral for the former QB. But he’s one of the estimated 7,000,000 million people in America hooked on prescription drugs.

It’s pretty clear that his life is mimicking his career in the NFL. The ups and downs of drug use have him sitting in jail for what could be 30 days.

Leaf needs help. Leaf needs to turn his life around. If he has any friends left from the NFL, they need to come help him. He needs to beat his addictions and he needs the support for it.

It’s easy to rally around your quarterback when he’s leading you down the field in a game winning drive. But now that the roar of the crowd has been silenced and the game is long over, Leaf finds himself with an unsportsman like penalty that could have facing serious jail time.

Teenagers in the United States are declaring that are starting to use alcohol and drugs earlier, and a portion of them are entering adulthood with substance abuse problem.

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The new data, released April 2nd, centered around more than 10,000 teenagers. The findings were published in the Archives of General Psychiatry. They data includes that almost four out of five teens had tried alcohol and more than 15 percent were abusing it by the time they turned 18. Nearly 1/5 of the teens were abusing drugs by the age of 18.

The study is based on interviews with 10,123 U.S. teens between the ages of 13 and 18-years-old. They were surveyed between February 2001 and January 2004.

60 percent of the teens said they had the opportunity to use illicit drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, tranquilizers, stimulants and painkillers.

About one in ten of the 13- and 14-year olds said they used at least one such drug, and that increased to about 40 percent in the oldest age group. Marijuana was the most common type of drug used, followed by prescription drugs.

The median age of onset for drug abuse was 14.

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A teacher is off the job and facing charges for running a prescription drug abuse operation at the school where she taught.

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The bust took place at Charlotte’s Forestview High School. The teacher, a 9th grade English instructor was fired from the job. But that’s not all. Meredith Pruitt was also arrested.

According to information on the Charlotte Examiner website, Pruitt had given the student four Clonazepam pills, a schedule IV controlled substance. The pill is mostly prescribed to prevent panic attacks.

Apparently the student would sell the pills to other coeds and split the profits with Pruitt.

It’s scary in this day when the teachers are supposed to be monitoring the kids, and looking for potential signs of drug use. Who is monitoring the teachers?