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Police issue AMBER alert for child taken by father in Ocean Shores


Thomas Cooper allegedly took the 5-year-old boy from his grandparents home during a heated argument, police said.



Police issue AMBER alert for child taken by father in Ocean Shores



Police in Ocean Shores issued an AMBER alert Tuesday for a child believed to be taken by his non-custodial father.

Thomas Cooper allegedly took the 5-year-old boy from his grandparents home during a heated argument, police said.

Cooper and the child left the home on Duck Lake Drive SE at about 10:30 a.m.

Cooper has a history of suicide attempts and threats as well as reported untreated mental health issues, police said.

Cooper is described as a 50-year-old white man with brown hair and eyes, 5'6'' and 165 pounds. The child, Timothy Cooper, is a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes, about 50 pounds. Police are working to get a photo of the boy.

They are believed to be in a silver 2001 Nissan Xterra with Washington license plate BQR9567. The SUV also has a trailer hitch.


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Purdue Pharma offers $10-12 billion to settle opioid claims



The lawsuits allege the company and the Sackler family are responsible for starting and sustaining the opioid crisis.


Purdue Pharma offers $10-12 billion to settle opioid claims



The maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma, and its owners, the Sackler family, are offering to settle more than 2,000 lawsuits against the company for $10 billion to $12 billion. The potential deal was part of confidential conversations and discussed by Purdue's lawyers at a meeting in Cleveland last Tuesday, Aug. 20, according to two people familiar with the mediation.

Brought by states, cities and counties, the lawsuits — some of which have been combined into one massive case — allege the company and the Sackler family are responsible for starting and sustaining the opioid crisis.

At least 10 state attorneys general and the plaintiffs’ attorneys gathered in Cleveland, where David Sackler represented the Sackler family, according to two people familiar with the meeting. David Sackler, who was a board member of the company, has recently been the de facto family spokesperson.

The lawsuits that Purdue and the Sacklers are seeking to settle allege that their company’s sales practices were deceptive and at least partly responsible for the opioid crisis, which claimed more than 400,000 lives from 1999 to 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some of the lawsuits also allege that after 2007 the Sackler family drained the company of money to enrich themselves.

“The Sackler family built a multibillion-dollar drug empire based on addiction,” New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said in May when his state joined others in suing the Sackler family and their company. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey was the first to name family members in her suit in January.

Purdue Pharma, which makes the opioid painkiller OxyContin, and the Sackler family have denied the allegations laid out in the lawsuits.

In a statement to NBC News, the company said: "While Purdue Pharma is prepared to defend itself vigorously in the opioid litigation, the company has made clear that it sees little good coming from years of wasteful litigation and appeals."

"The people and communities affected by the opioid crisis need help now. Purdue believes a constructive global resolution is the best path forward, and the company is actively working with the state attorneys general and other plaintiffs to achieve this outcome," the company added.

A representative for the Sackler family did not respond to a request for comment.

At the Cleveland meeting, the company presented a plan for Purdue to declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy and then restructure into a for-profit “public benefit trust,” according to the summary term sheet that was read to NBC News and another source who is familiar with the potential deal.

The Purdue lawyers claim the value of the trust to plaintiffs would include more than $4 billion in drugs that would be provided to cities, counties and states, the people familiar with the matter said. Some of the drugs are used to rescue people from overdoses.

The in-kind drugs, combined with profits from the sale of drugs, would add up to a total Purdue settlement ranging from $7 billion to $8 billion, according to two people familiar with the offer.

The trust would exist for at least 10 years. Three “well-recognized expert” trustees would be independently appointed by a bankruptcy court, according to the terms of the potential deal. Those trustees would in turn choose a board of directors to run the trust, according to the term sheet.

Any profits from the sale of Purdue’s drugs such as OxyContin or Nalmefene, a drug that has been fast-tracked by the FDA and would be used for emergency treatment of opioid overdoses, would go to the cities, counties and states if they agree to the settlement.


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