(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 02, 2016 ) Philadelphia, PA -- NBC 10 reports Upper Darby Police Officer of Denver, Brad Ross has been charged with 203 counts of theft, tampering with evidence, and accepting stolen property. Ross orchestrated to steal opiates from the evidence room to sustain his addiction to opiate based pain medications. It is supposed Ross developed his substance use disorder while recovering from a car accident in the year of 2012. In total 3,767 prescription pills were taken from the evidence room, including suboxone strips, and $14,224 inDrug Rehab Philadelphia asserts Ross must undergo treatment to enact ready change, lest he return to his previous behavior. Drug Rehab Philadelphia is a detox and rehabilitation center dedicated to recovering those with substance use disorders.
Ross has resigned pending the investigation; he has checked into a rehabilitation program voluntarily. Drug Rehab Philadelphia asserts Ross must continue undergoing treatment while serving punishment determined by the judge presiding.
An associate from the drug rehab center comments, "Akin to those arrested for drug related charges, which are nonviolent, treatment for those in Ross' predicament is absolutely necessary. Addiction spurs illicit behavior, as demonstrated in the case of ex-officer Ross. To remedying the underlying causes of his addiction is the only way to stave off future incidences once his sentence is served. Rehabilitation is necessary for each individual detained in both jail and prison to improve the quality of life for inmates and communities as a whole. While we cannot excuse Ross for his actions, they are deeply rooted in a physical and psychological condition."
Drug Rehab Philadelphia provides Alcohol rehab in Philadelphia, and specializes Addiction treatment in Philadelphia. Recovery is centered around cognitive behavioral therapy, uprooting the underlying causes of the physical and psychological disease. The rehabilitation center also provides drug and alcohol inpatient medical detox, and offers smooth transition from each facility- reducing the complications of enrolling in additional facilities.
For more information visit http://www.drugrehabphiladelphia.net or call 267-351-8139.
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Drug Rehab Philadelphia offers inpatient medical detox, residential rehabilitation, intensive outpatient rehab and outpatient rehabilitation. The facility accepts most insurance plans.
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