Airline Pilot Wife Die From Opioid Overdose/Children Find Parents Call 911

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  1. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator

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    Let's be honest, most of us have a preconceived notion about what drug addicts look like.

    The reality is drug addiction crosses every single social, economical, and any other line you can think of.

    You know drug addicts. You may not know they are a drug addict but they are in your life somewhere.



    Brian and Courtney
    Halye's kids found them dead in bed.



    Can you imagine the trauma these children are going to have to overcome as they grow up?

    Does anyone have the answer on how to get this problem under control?

    I'm all ears. Actually, I'm all eyes ;)

    Tricia
     

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  3. Damarna

    Damarna Verified State Coordinator for CFSI/ Insider - Par

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    They look so "normal." Ok, I know that may sound ridiculous - there isn't "a look" and maybe that's the lesson in this.

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  4. Akweks

    Akweks Member

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    Oh my gosh, my heartbreaks for those children.
     
  5. Tssiemer

    Tssiemer Well-Known Member

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    God when I worked at the drug rehab I don't know how many people came with a "I found my parent ODed/dead..." stories that started their drug abuse. One teen found his dad dead with a needle in his arm, the kid took the needle out and used the rest of it.


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  6. DexterMorgan

    DexterMorgan Well-Known Member

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  7. DexterMorgan

    DexterMorgan Well-Known Member

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    The problem is that occasional users are now getting horse tranquilizers mixed in their heroin batch.

    And the dealers are not evenly mixing it up or putting too much.

    So people are basically injesting poison thats not apart of the original seed.
     
  8. LadyofShalott

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    Unfortunately, it appears the wife's mother wasn't completely honest in that NBC interview. This article says the wife was an addict for many years:

    http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/crime--law/centerville-wife-found-dead-with-husband-hooked-drugs-for-years/eROdxyNkC8TJ5WW1NbcORP/

    I live just a few miles from where they were, and it's a nice area. You really don't know what your neighbors are up to, sadly. It's too bad the husband decided to begin using as well. I hope those kids are able to heal.
     
  9. DexterMorgan

    DexterMorgan Well-Known Member

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    Now I don't mind parents letting their hair down for the night.

    But heroin is definitely not the drug to do with young kiddies still in the house at said time.

    Jmo. So drink and have a joint.

    But never take anything that could possibly put you immediately asleep forever.

    So sad.

    But I still wonder if this was a murder/ suicide by heroin.

    Because maybe 1 knew it was a bad batch.

    But I don't know.
     
  10. Tssiemer

    Tssiemer Well-Known Member

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    Naw, now every addict in the area wants to know where the couple got their stuff so they can do it too. There's no "bad" batch.


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  11. DexterMorgan

    DexterMorgan Well-Known Member

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    Lol. Yep.

    If it kills you. Then that's the good raw stuff.

    Where can I get that at but only take half of what they took.

    Yep yep.

    That is definitely a addicts frame of mind.

    Good post.
     
  12. bluesneakers

    bluesneakers Well-Known Member

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    Happy Sunday Dex. :)
     
  13. Woodland

    Woodland Well-Known Member

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    Denial is a big part of the problem imo - denial by parents, other family members etc - the very people that know drugs are being used even when small children are in the home.

    I don't see that changing anytime soon unfortunately - it's easy.
     
  14. Woodland

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    This is the part of the current epidemic that baffles me to no end - why are suppliers suddenly killing their customers in large numbers?

    Bad batches have been around forever - but why so many bad batches now? It seems so intentional. The suppliers are having to find new customers daily.

    I don't get it.
     
  15. Rachel1

    Rachel1 New Member

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    How sad: ( those poor kids: (
     
  16. HMSHood

    HMSHood Admiral-Class Battlecruiser

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    Drug addiction is an equal opportunity problem. It does not care for race or class.
     
  17. itsallaboutthequeen

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    I was just saying in another thread on here that drugs are a serious epidemic in Ohio, and they are not bound by class/race/age. :facepalm:
     
  18. Gardenista

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  19. BunnyHop

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    Wow, how sad :(

    Fentanyl scares the begeebers out of me. Last year I had a bad accident. Dr. gave me oxy. Hated it, hardly took it.
    It did nothing for the pain, made me sleepy and gave me very scary nightmares.
     
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  21. itsallaboutthequeen

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    Looks like southwestern Ohio is the worst:
    "One of the hardest-hit spots was Hamilton County, home to Cincinnati, where on a single day in late August(2016) there were 48 heroin overdoses and two deaths. From Aug. 15 to Sept. 4, the Drug Enforcement Administration has recorded 208 overdoses."
     

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