A White Rock, B.C. man whose daughter died from a drug overdose has taken to Facebook to out the man he believes is responsible for her death.
Rick Falcon has set up a page that identifies the name and address of a 28-year-old man he alleges provided his daughter Adriana with the drugs that killed her, in an effort to draw police attention to her case. Adriana, 15, was found dead in a Vancouver rooming house on Sept. 16 from a toxic combination of methamphetamines and heroin
“I’m not a pissed-off dad wanting to blame someone,” he told The Province newspaper. “I just want my daughter to have a voice.”
The page quotes a friend of Adriana's who says she was with her on the weekend that she died, and that other dealers warned her not to associate with the individual named on Facebook.
Rick alleges that this man poses a risk to young women and blasts the Vancouver police for an alleged lack of interest in the case.
"It's like we are living in the twilight zone is this NOT the police?" he wrote in a post.
But the police, who are not investigating the case and maintain that the death was not suspicious, are warning Falcon to be careful, CBC News reports.
"I would hate to see this father get into any trouble ... or be made out to be the bad guy," VPD Sgt. Randy Fincham told the network.
The BC Coroners Service is still actively investigating Adriana's death. A spokesperson tells CBC News that if it turns out Adriana died due to someone else's actions, police can re-open the case.
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