An adolescent named Savana Redding was in her math class when she was asked to go to the principal’s office. Redding was then question about the items in a planner which she stated did not belong to her. She was later questioned about the four white prescription-strength ibuprofen 400-mg pills and one over-the-counter blue naproxen 200-mg pill, all used for pain and inflammation but banned under school rules without advance permission. The principal asked Redding if she knew about the pills that were discovered and she answered no. The principal then disclosed to Redding that he was told that she was disbursing the pills to fellow students to which she denied. To prove her innocence she allowed the principal to search her belongings. The principal
D- The patient arrived on time for her session and reports being stable on dose and haven't used any illicit drugs. This writer advised the patient that this writer was in fact in receipt of missed phone call about coming to the session at 10:30 am rather than 10 am due to her mother in the process of selling the house. This writer addressed with the patient about letter from CHR from her counselor, Jade Bray stating about the patient non-compliance with her appointment due transportation barrier. According to the patient, she is going through hardship as her mother is no longer taking her to her appointment as the patient says, " She's tired of bringing me everyone, Charlene. She complains about bringing me here and does not understand why I can't even get a bottle...:Like c'mon. What do I have to do?" This writer explained to the patient about TEAM decision, at which the patient disagree with the decision. This writer asked the patient about her "judgement." According to the patient, she feels she is making judgement by not engaging any further altercation with patient at the clinic, dosing daily, coming to her counseling session, and trying to get help from Chrysalis for
On 02/11/2017 I was Dispatched to Smith Springs Elementary School for an investigation. A student Cire Kistner, was reported as being visibly distraught upon her arrival at school. She was taken to Lance Forman's office the schools principal and was questioned. The student reportedly told Forman that she and her sisters walked into the bathroom and witnessed their father, Eric Kistner, with a needle in his mouth and blood on his forehead. He was passed out on the floor. There was a spoon with "black watery play dough" on the counter. Principal Forman contacted DCS and informed them of the situation as well as MNPD. Metro P.D held the students at school, while also performing a welfare check on their father at the Kistner residence and calling
The use of heroin, cocaine, and other illicit drugs has become a public health concern especially during pregnancy. Maternal substance abuse has become an issue during the crack epidemic in the 1980’s; however, there is an alarm rate of infants born addicted to heroin. More than 3.7% women have indicated the uses some form of illicit drugs during their pregnancy, as well as 1.9 % reports binge drinking (Bhuvaneswar el at., 2008; Grant el at., 2009). With this in mind, more than 375,000 infants are born to maternal substance abusers each year costing over $100,000 in medical expenses covered by the state (Reitman, 2002).
The claimant was admitted to Tennova Healthcare Lebanon from 5/17/2016 to 6/01/2016. On 5/16/2016, the claimant had some drinks and was not able to drive home. She was in a confused state and apparently her son drove her home. She was last seen about 1 o'clock in the morning and was put to bed. The claimant's mother tried to contact her in the morning, mid morning, and got no response. Her mother went to her house at about 1 in the afternoon and found her in the bathroom laying between the commode and the wall breathing but unconscious. The EMS was summoned and she was brought to the emergency room. She reportedly had taken several tablets of sedatives. In May 2 or 5, the claimant was given Valium 2 mg for some leg discomfort and muscle spasm.
On 7/6/15 worker visited the residence of Mrs. Ruby Stoker, to, forfor the purpose of assessing her current situation. Mrs. Stoker greeted worker at the door wearing a nightgown. The home was clean, clutter and odor free. Ms. Stoker stated she was not feeling very well and asked if she could lay in bed and worker ask her questions. When Ms. Stoker lay down on the bed, she began shacking profusely. She stated the shaking was a result of DELETEbeing without her medication. She also reported having diarrhea and vomiting. According to Ms. Stoker, she has been without medicine since July 1, 2015 Wednesday. When asked if she ran out of medicine often Ms. Stoker replied no. She then handed worker a bag full of empty bubble wrapped pills from Cordova
CCIB Intake received a call from Melissa Sadikoff, MSW, LCSW from Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center who informed that a report was made by the reporting party regarding 1 year old Melanie Larmarre DOB: 5/17/11. The mother of Melanie informed the reporting party she had bathed her daughter approximately 5PM. During the bath the child indicated to her mother "it stings." The mother questioned the child asking "what hurts?" The mother had noticed blood on the tissue used by the child after using the restroom. The child indicated to her mother her vagina was hurting. The mother asked the child did something happen and the child disclosed that two other children Jackson and Penelope stuck a drumstick toy in her. The child was pointed to her vagina
On 09/23/2016 at approximately 12:00 AM, this Investigator made contact with Yago Krause (DOB: 01/27/00) at his home located at 4101 E. Baseline Rd. Apt. 1024 Gilbert, AZ. According to Yago, he has been home alone for the past 2 to 3 days since he mother was admitted to the hospital. Yago stated that he was at school when his friend Mason Hicks (DOB: 01-28-97) called him about his mother having an overdose. Yago stated that Mason started living in the home about one day prior to his mother 's overdose. Yago said that he asked hospital works what to do since he is by himself. Yago stated that his step father left just before his mother had an overdose. Yago brought this Investigator to a family friend 's home who also lived in the complex. Yago at first refused to go with DCS but cooperated. Yago stated she feels safe at home and with her mother. Yago denied any substance abuse, criminal history, domestic violence, physical abuse, sexual abuse, or emotional abuse. Since Yago 's mother is hospitalized, he was placed with a family friend.
Synopsis of Minnesota State Laws in Reference to the Case of Sherry Sarah Penheiter Capella University Abstract The case of Sherry requires a review and analysis of Minnesota laws regarding mandatory reporting, drug offenses, and child neglect. Based on the synthesis of information from several statutes the author asserts that the case does require
At 1005 this clinician made contact with the patients CPS caseworker who reports he was scheduled to meet with the son at his daycare. He reports he met with her roommate who made him aware the patient was taken away from the home by ambulance. In addition, the roommate also reported
Anna Garcia is a 38 year old, Hispanic female that is 165 pounds and 64 inches tall. Anna Garcia had multiple health conditions including: Sickle Cell, type 1 Diabetes, Obesity, Hyperglycemia, heart disease and leukemia. At approximately 9:45am Anna Garcia was found lying face down on the floor at her home with multiple substances and items around her. Some of the evidence included pills, Anna Garcia had leukemia which she was given the pills for. Hair which had been found on the sink. A syringe and a cup which was on the floor. The substances included around her was puke, a footprint and blood which appeared to be merely a foot or two away from her body.
Reporting party resident Michale Dean Lopez (DOB: 11/3/58) stated that approximately 2 months ago, that he was lying down in his bed and felt something behind him. Resident stated that he jumped up and turned around and resident Chris (last name unknown) was standing at his bed side with
On 06/30/15 Mr. Moore and Eddie were pulled over by D’iblerville Police Department. The reporter stated spice was found in the glove compartment of the car; Eddie admitted the drugs belong to him. According to the reporter, both men were arrested; Mr. Moore was arrested for active warrants and an open container. The reporter stated Kaitlin was present but no injured. Ms. Mayfield stated Mrs. Moore was contacted and Kaitlin was left in the care of her mother; Mrs. Moore came to pick the child up. The reporter stated the family has history with DHS and the police report number is
Mr. Stevens is a 39 year old male who presented to the ED via LEO under IVC for alleged threatens towards others, recent delusions, and substance abuse issues. At the time of the assessment Mr. Stevens was calm and cooperative. He reports having a history of misuse of his medications.
B’s tolerance to opiates not considered, Mr. B.’s clinical situation not considered (i.e., Mr. B’s age and renal function), and knowledge deficit of opiates. Drilling down the data to identify the root cause of Mr. B’s death is the fifth step in conducting a RCA on Mr. B’s sentinel event. Upon analyzing the data, causative factors, and events leading to Mr. B’s sentinel event, the RCA team determined that the root cause of Mr. B’s death is a medication error. Mr. B was given an overdose of hydromorphone. The final step in a root cause analysis is to implement changes that will mitigate the root cause. Changes include educating the nursing staff about hydromorphone, such as side effects and adverse reactions,