This is a sad story, this story does not include victims, but I know who they are. Their lives have been destroyed by Meth. His wife was able to kick her Meth additction and focus on her 4 children, calling the police on Tim was the hardest thing she has probably ever done. He was truly taken over by the Meth demon. She says he reminded her of people in the movies that were possessed, the Meth demon had overtaken him, when he was driving away he looked like a 10 year old lost little boy. The epidemic has bodly slapped us in the face here in this town, we all need to pray and genuinely care about our neighbors, encourage them as they do better let them know that there is a better life to be sought then the Meth addicted one. I will continue to pray for this woman to have the strength to continue to stay clean and now raise her children on her own.
that's a sad story and I hope the mother, kids, and father beat this that has invaded their family. your response really got the message across to me is that while we (the government) spend taxes dollars against Mary Jane when we should be spending more to rid meth. i think that if more dollars were routed towards meth you could see some real improvement in the rural small town life again. i do not buy the story that it cant be removed. Small town / small community = everyone is in it together. you cant tell me with a little inside the drug work a small town cant put the meth monster down. People of the town come together shine like I know you can and show us how its done. remember cave junction is your town and lets not let another family hurt like this again. As A person from crescent city that has the same problems we all need to connect and try to move meth out.