I was wondering earlier this week about exactly how does a family in a RV become snowbound in southern Oregon for two weeks? They were rescued before starvation or the other worse alternative set in.
Turns out they are survivalists. Figures, being trapped in a RV should have been the tip off. Also, in true survivalist fashion, they are wanted on drug and gun charges:The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Couple rescued in snowbound RV face drug charges: "ASHLAND, Ore. � Arizona authorities have issued a warrant on drug-related and weapons charges for a couple who were among a family of six rescued from a snowbound motor home this week, according to court documents.
Warrants were issued for Elbert Higginbotham � a self-described survivalist � and his wife on Wednesday, a day after the six were rescued in a mountainous region in Southern Oregon, according to records in Snowflake Justice Court in Snowflake, Ariz.
Elbert Higginbotham is wanted on charges of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, misconduct involving weapons and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the court records. All are felonies. His wife, Becky, is wanted on charges of possession of dangerous drugs for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the records."