So some of you may know that I let my future brother in law and his girlfriend rent a room from me.
Little background: my parents inherited the property I live on after my grandparents death. My dad runs his business (Well Drilling) from his shop in the back of the property, they don't want to sell the house because they don't want new residents to be next to the shop, all his trucks and equipment. House is paid off so I moved in with my fiance. Since we pay nearly nothing to live here, I thought I would be nice and let my fiances younger brother(19years old) and his girlfriend move in with us to let them save some money since they were living in a apartment complex.(This was my decision fiance had no influence on it). I've known her brother for years, even before his sister and I ever got together.
Brother background: Always was a good kid, semi-strict parents but not too bad. Great football player and wrestler up until his sophmore year in highschool. Had friends with good heads on their shoulders, was best friends with my little cousin. For some reason he decided he sucked at the sports he played and decided he was just going to learn to play the guitar and make money that way...he sucks at the guitar.. He got a job at Burger King while in highschool since he wasn't playing sports(parents rule to keep his car) At this point he started hanging out with people from work..nothing personal towards anyone here that works at fast food places, but atleast here it seems to be a tweakers dream job. He started smoking weed, while obviously his parents are against it but he continued.
The bad experiences:
-While still living at home, comes home late one night while his parents are watching tv, here some talking out front of their house and find him hanging passed out outside the passenger side door of his friends by his seat belt...friend was drunk.. parents called cops.. kid arrested
-DUI on his 19th birthday..DUI or wet and wreckless(I dont even think he knows what he was charged with) either way he was under 21 and blew over .0
Ok theres alot more but it's just more rambling. Anyways he's lived here two months now, and has some sketchy friends coming over, couple times a kid was high on some kind of downer (heroin, oxy who knows). While I've had buddies over theyve asked why my brother in law is acting weird. I just figured he was just nervous being around new people. But my buddy mentioned coke, i blew it off like yeah right. Then another day he mentioned it again. Again I said ya right. Finally on tuesday my buddy was back over and my brother in law walked in and started hawking up phlegm from his throat(does this often and pisses me off). My buddy says "he's got the drips"...(from coke) so my buddy goes and starts talking to him and again brother in law is acting weird, buddy comes back in the living room and says his eyes are super dilated. .. I was drunk one night and i could have SWORN my brother in law said that he has either tried heroin or does it. (but I have never noticed him acting lethargic) who knows i was drunk lol. But im tired of the awkwardness, something is going on, I told my fiance and she too has noticed weird shit. I dont want this shit in my house. If he's on shit (other then weed I can put up with that) then he needs to leave. His girlfriend is never really home so I dont know what she thinks but i know she doesn't like his friends. Honestly I want to piss test him for any drugs, if he refuses then he's hiding something. My fiance says her parents need to deal with it...yet he's 19 and doesn't live with them and they don't support him.
Obviously I made the mistake of letting him live here, I don't want to ruin a relationship with this kid. Just don't want any stupid shit going on in my house.
I've only smoked weed, and dont know the signs of any other drugs. Is there anything I should look for? And should I handle this or let his parents?
Any input is appreciated, any input other then "your a dumbass for letting her brother move in with you" I know Im a dumbass for this decision.
DONT LET FAMILY MOVE IN WITH YOU.