Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Prescription Fraud Arrest
Johnson City police have a man in custody for trying to get narcotics by fraud. They were called to the Kroger Pharmacy on West State of Franklin on the report of a man trying to get drugs with a fake call in prescription. 25 year old Benjamin McCurry of Jonesborough is alleged to have pretended to be a Florida doctor and called in a prescription for Ambien, Tramadol and Lortab. The pharmacy was suspicious and called the doctor's office in Florida. That doctor had not authorized any prescriptions for McCurry. (jb)

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