Saturday, October 23, 2010

The Dangers of Friends that mix prescription drugs

My Daughter has a couple of very good friends. One of them, we’ll call her K for the purpose of this story.
K is married and her husband became friend with a fellow he worked with. This other fellow has a wife and she and K became friends, not real good friends but friends.

This friend of K’s came to K asking for a favor. Her Grandmother is dying and she wanted K to drive with her to Arkansas to see the Grandmother before she left this life.
K agreed to drive with Amy to see the Grandmother so she wouldn’t have to take that long trip by herself.
They left and everything was alright, a few minor problems till today and all HE__ broke loose.

Amy was taking narcotic drugs that she’s only supposed to take at night. Then she demanded to drive ( the two young women are in Amys truck). K didn’t want her to drive. The drugs that Amy is taking are very strong, she isn’t supposed to take them but at night, and she took two of them.I'm not sure what the prescribed dosage on the medication is, but a guess on my part is, is that it was to much. K is in college for becoming a pharmacy tech and what Amy took was a high enough dosage that K did NOT want her driving.

Amy became angry that K wouldn’t let her drive and proceeded to grab the steering wheel as they were going down a highway in Oklahoma at like 70 miles an hour, and tried to wreck them.
K managed to get the truck stopped while fighting off the drugged up and freaked out “friend”.

Somehow, Amy got out of the truck, was screaming her head off at K, then tried to call her husband, then threw the phone she was using as far as she could ( don’t know why she did that)
K in the meantime, got Amys husband on the phone, Josh, is his name. She told josh what was happening and josh told K to keep Amy out of the truck till she calmed down.
Amy then proceeded to get even angrier and freakier and started beating on the truck windows so hard that K thought she was going to break them. Josh heard what was going on, and told K to call the cops, which she did.

The police, somewhere in Oklahoma, arrived on the scene. K explained all about what had happened. Then they went to talk to Amy.
Amy told the police that K was trying to to steal the vehicle, was going through her things and stealing them.
K tried again to explain that Amy had taken a large dosage of narcotics and was acting irrational, and was lying.
The police told K to “exit the vehicle or we’ll break the windows in”. She was forced to leave the truck and stand in the pouring rain.

The police in that fine area of Oklahoma, then told K to remove all her belongings from the truck, and that she had two choices. She could ride to their police station and they would call her a taxi from there, or she could stand on the side of the road in the rain, but she was not allowed to go near the truck that she had rode in from Oregon to where ever in Oklahoma this crap took place.

So now K is stranded in Oklahoma, oh and she may have a broken finger as well. During the time that she was trying to get her “friend” calmed down, she rolled the window of the truck down far enough to hand her phone out so Amy could talk to her husband. Amy bent K’s thumb back far enough that it may have broken it, or at the least, sprained it very badly.
K is sitting at an airport somewhere in Oklahoma. We all here had to scramble to find a way to get this young woman home to her husband and two little daughters.

I guess one of her family members was able to get the money to get her a plane ticket to come home here to Oregon.
I’m totally dumbfounded that anyone could do something like this.

And I’m extremely angry at the police in what ever town this was to have treated a young woman like this. Obviously she was telling the truth, they would have had to have produced their drivers licenses and the would have seen that she was from the same town.

This is just unbelievable that something like this happened to a young woman that I’ve known since my Daughter and her were in Jr High.
I certainly hope Amy gets her just rewards for stranding what was supposed to be a friend, states away from her family and friends. This is terrible.

Oh and Amy is a seller of something called Boresha, some kind of coffee drink that's supposed to help you lose weight. I'd hope that people will stay away from this individual. If she would do something like this to someone that she called a "friend" then I'd hate to think what she'd do to someone trying to buy this product from her.
I certainly would NOT want to be having anything to do with this mentally disturbed individual.

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