• Man charged with prescription fraud
    January 03,2013
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    A Pennsylvania man will answer to several counts of prescription fraud, Vermont State Police said.

    The state police Drug Diversion Unit alleged that John Dickson Harper III, 41, of Leesport, Penn., had used multiple prescribers and multiple pharmacies in four towns across three counties, to obtain prescriptions for controlled substances.

    Police said the prescription fraud incidents occurred during April, May and June in Bennington, Rutland and Windsor counties. Harper obtained prescriptions for hydrocodone, oxycodone and hydromorphone, police said.

    Harper was cited to appear in Rutland criminal court on Jan. 21.
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