NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A ragged pharmacy technician on Friday pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining some 50,000 doses of opioids and other prescription medications.
Raj Parekh, acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, said Justin Feliciano Agloro “stole a substantial provide of prescription medications from a health center that possess been supposed for the treatment of deserving patients.”
The 40-year-musty Virginia Seaside man had worked at Sentara Norfolk Customary Sanatorium. His job was ensuring that the health center’s controlled substance scheme was stocked with the correct dosages. But court documents direct he stole medications after which falsified files to conceal those thefts.
The draw was stumbled on when Agloro was on leave from the health center.
Agloro faces a most penalty of 4 years in penal advanced and is is decided to be sentenced in December. He faces a most penalty of 4 years in penal advanced.