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Lorain County women charged after allegedly writing prescriptions using stolen pad from dentist’s office

One of the women used to work for a dentist! APRIL 12, 2019, ELYRIA, OH — Two county women were indicted on multiple felony counts for allegedly writing prescriptions for medications with prescription pads stolen from a dentist. Bridget Dorsey, 31, of Lorain, and Camilla Sandanger, 28, of Elyria, each are facing counts of deception […]

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Lexington woman charged with defrauding dentist and illegally obtaining prescription narcotics.

April 2016, LEXINGTON, Ky.- A Lexington woman has been charged with defrauding a local business and illegally obtaining prescription narcotics. Lexington Police arrested Elsie Leighanne Lamb, 32, in connection with crimes committed while she was employed at a local dentist’s office. Police say Lamb was employed at the dentist’s office from February to November 2015. […]

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Prescription scam means 1 year in prison for Juneau woman

A Juneau dental assistant was sentenced to serve one year in prison on Thursday for illegally writing her boyfriend prescriptions for painkillers. Juneau Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg imposed four years of prison with three suspended for Donya R. Owens, 29. Owens pleaded guilty in April to three felony drug charges for calling in hydrocodone […]

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Former dental clinic manager gets fed prison in second embezzlement case

Dec, 6, 18 A federal judge on Thursday told Jill Bowser that her drug addiction does not excuse her “outrageous conduct” of embezzlement and forging prescriptions and sent her away for 21 months. U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon also tacked on another 10 months for violating probation in a previous embezzlement case. Bowser is a […]

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Dental assistant accused of forgery

A woman is accused of forging numerous prescriptions from her work. Marla Rebecca Bright, 31, of First Broad Drive in Bostic, turned herself in to the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office on May 25 after a representative with Shelby Dental Care Center reported the forgery of doctor’s signatures on prescriptions for the drug Norco, a pill […]

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