PITTSBURG COUNTY, Okla. - The findings of an investigation into an Oklahoma alcohol and drug rehabilitation center could be announced soon.
Pittsburg County officials say their investigation into the controversial deaths of three recent Narconon Arrowhead patients was expected to be ready for the district attorney Friday, but an unforseen delay pushed back the release.
OSBI is also investigating, and has placed a rush on the medical examiner's report.
In July, 2News reporter Sara Goldenberg shed light on the Canadian, Okla. facility, the flagship center of Narconon.
On Saturday, a protest was held in support of the victims. Several attended the protest and demanded answers from Narconon officials.