Unnatural highs are brutal and legal

Unnatural highs are brutal and legal

There are 1 comment on the Roanoke Times story from May 16, 2012, titled Unnatural highs are brutal and legal. In it, Roanoke Times reports that:

Lorrie Jones of Roanoke lost her daughter, Angie Crabb, 31, after Angie and another woman injected Amped looking for a high.

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Columbus, OH

#1 May 22, 2012
I really wish that Lorrie Jones would not have waited until Angie passed away to do something for or about an addict. I think Lorrie knew all along that Angie had a serious drug problem and it took DEATH for her to stand up. I can't help but wonder why she didn't do anything before she died? I think it's sad that it took her MOTHER so long to do something! If you would have helped her before now maybe she could have got clean. I KNOW YOU KNEW SHE HAD A DRUG PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!! If parents don't lead the way or step in when there is a problem children run down the wrong path and it's your job as a mother to help her!!!

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