I called difficult child all morning to make sure she made her dentist appointment - yell at me another time just for that, please. Ugh. Finally, difficult child called me 20 minutes beforehand (12:10) and tells me she's overslept and is getting dressed to go. We hang up and I'm thinking she's rushing to the dentist. It's all good. She called me at 1:15 and I'm about to ask how her dentist appointment went (they were bonding a tooth) and she cuts in the she will explain when she gets to my office. Long story short: she cancelled her dental appointment so she could go and pick up boyfriend because his sister's boyfriend called the cops on him because he threatened to kill him. So, difficult child's boyfriend called difficult child to go pick him up so he could leave before the cops showed up at his house. And she did. I told her not to come to my office as I didn't want to be a part of it and if she had one ounce of brain matter in her tiny little pea-sized head she shouldn't want to have anything to do with either. So, I filled her prescription for the chest infection she has and I don't know where she spent the day but apparently, boyfriend is on the run. Right this minute she is driving him to meet his sister at an undisclosed loation to get some clothes, etc., and he needs to find a place to stay. difficult child better not even THINK of asking if he can stay with us because the answer is NO. So, my question is: Can difficult child be charged with anything at this point? The boyfriend hasn't been officially charged with anything, however, the police are looking for him to question (at least that's the story I got from difficult child). Thanks.