EUGENE - On a Friday night in March 2020, Landon Payne returned to his Eugene home high on meth, panicked and paranoid. He’d been clean for three years, but now, after using methamphetamine again, he believed people wanted to kill him.
His wife wanted to help. Angie Payne knew Landon had a history of mental health issues, especially when he was on meth. So that night, with . . .