COLE HARBOUR, N.S. – A Nova Scotia woman has filed a complaint against the RCMP seeking answers and charges in connection with her son’s death.
Trine-Lise Good’s 21-year-old son Ryan died in December from an overdose of Dilaudid — six days before her birthday.
“Ryan was a happy kid. Well, a young adult. well to me he’s always gonna be a child, always gonna be my baby, he was my first born” said Good.
Seven months later, she’s still waiting for answers.
“Losing your son — having that knock on your door — it’s something that you would never imagine. ‘Prescription drug abuse doesn’t happen to me.’ It’s what you think.”
The RCMP investigated Ryan Good’s death, but didn’t lay charges.
“The matter really is a tragedy where a young man has lost his life with the use of drugs” said Halifax RCMP Cpl. Scott MacRae.
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