On October 15th, 2016, a male entered a local pharmacy and filled a fraudulent doctor’s note for prescribed narcotics. The male was successful and returned two days later and again attempted to have another fraudulent prescription filled. On this date, the pharmacist became suspicious and again attempted to verify the information. The suspect took back the prescription and left the store. On October 18th, 2016, the pharmacist received confirmation that in fact the prescription was fraudulent.
On October 28th, 2016 the male suspect was arrested and charged with Utter Forged Document and Possession for the purpose of Trafficking.
He was held for court and released with a future court date.