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            Deloris is a 28-year-old Asian female. She has two children, one boy, Markus, 10-years-old and one girl, Frabertta, 6-years-old. Deloris lives in Yahayderfieldvilletown, Alabama. She was recently living in a one-bedroom trailer in a trailer park down by the Possum River. The bank home repossessed the trailer, recently. Deloris states that her mother, Montana Idaho, was the owner of the trailer home and that she forgot to pay her mortgage for six or seven months.
             Deloris has been working as a dispatcher at the Happy Dappy Cab Company in Pepelapue, Alabama. Deloris admits to feelings of boredom and, at times, agitated while at work. She claims that she may very well be "under skilled" for the dispatcher position. She would prefer to be a cab driver.
             Deloris was referred to Williams, Levinson, and Pekofsky Chemical Dependence Hospital by the emergency room at Barkinthepark Hospital in Pepelapue. Prior to the emergency room visit, Deloris had been using alcohol every day. She had been trying to hide it for "some time now." Deloris admits to drink both beer and hard liquor. On average, she drinks six to eight drinks per day and as much as sixteen in one night. She smokes marijuana two or three times a month. Her first drink was at age fourteen and her first joint was at age sixteen. Deloris has been drinking heavily for seven years.
             Just after Deloris was let go from the Happy Dappy Cab Company for drinking while at work and causing three cabs to go to pick up the same lady, Deloris went to the Shackalackadingdong Bar and Grill. She remembers drinking six shots of Tequila, four beers, two margaritas, and a glass of Jack Daniel's whiskey. She then picked up her son from a friend's house. Her son took what seemed like a long time. She became angry and frustrated at him. They argued briefly and Deloris remembers whacking him in the face. His nose began to bleed. Upsetting Deloris, she wasn't paying attention and hit the tree in front of her.

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