Nurse has history of drugs, crime
The checkered past, and continued nursing employment, of Carri Lynn Borks:
Sept. 27, 1993 - Pleads guilty in Josephine County to criminal harassment. Sentenced to two years probation.
January 2002 - The Oregon Department of Human Services substantiates a formal complaint, finding that in September 2001, Borks verbally abused a nursing home patient and provided excessively rough care.
Aug. 8, 2002 - Borks is arrested in Josephine County for calling in a fraudulent prescription for a drug similar to vicodin to a drugstore. The case was dismissed in March 2003 when prosecutors said they were 'unable to locate a crucial witness in this case.'
May 8, 2003 - Borks is arrested in Josephine County for possession of cocaine. She later pleads guilty.
April 4, 2004 - Borks is arrested in Josephine County for theft and for possession of methamphetamines. She later pleads guilty to the drug possession charge.
June 29, 2004 - Borks pleads guilty in Josephine County to the cocaine possession. She pleads guilty that same day to the methamphetamine possession. The theft charges are dismissed as part of her guilty plea.
March 25, 2005 - Borks is arrested in Washington County on a warrant issued after she failed to show up for her sentencing on the June 2004 guilty pleas.
May 2, 2005 - The Josephine County court sentences Borks to 18 months probation on the drug charges.
May 11, 2005 - Borks is cited in Multnomah County for driving under a suspended license and for running a stoplight. She is convicted June 8, 2005.
March 28, 2007 - Tigard police cite Borks for methamphetamine possession. She is booked into the Washington County jail at a preliminary hearing on May 1, and released.
April 4, 2007 - Borks' nursing license is renewed by the Oregon Board of Nursing.