Thursday, September 12, 2013

Pharmacist sentenced
A judge has given a Johnson City pharmacist five years of federal probation and fined him 25-hundred dollars for fraudulently obtaining the narcotic oxycodone. 59-year-old Thomas Patrick Rowen entered a guilty plea in April to one count of obtaining a schedule two controlled substance, and one count of providing false or fraudulent information in reports about the inventory of a controlled substance. Rowen was the operator of a Johnson City pharmacy and owned a second in Fall Branch. (CC)

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