Duluth police are investigating a former Essentia Health nurse practitioner who, according to numerous search warrants filed in the case, allegedly wrote prescriptions for more than 9,000 narcotic pain pills for patients she never treated.
To better understand why so few people have progressed in treatment through the Minnesota Sex Offender Program, the News Tribune interviewed seven clients who have been committed to MSOP in Moose Lake.
It’s up to each county to recommend an offender be committed to the Minnesota Sex Offender Program. Before an offender’s release from incarceration, a Department of Corrections Board reviews the offender’s records to determine if a commitment recommendation should be made.
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