Salisbury man charged with prescription fraud
Rockwell authorities charged Kenneth Barry Williams on Thursday with presenting a forged prescription to CVS pharmacy.
Williams, 48, of the 1300 block of Hurley School Road, was charged with one count of felony obtaining controlled substances by fraud/forgery and one count felony trafficking in heroin or opium.
An arrest warrant said Williams “did acquire and possess” oxycodone from the pharmacy, located at 8765 U.S. 52 with a forged prescription.
He was arrested at his home on Thursday. He was not issued a bond.
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