AG Schneiderman Announces Arrests Of Two North Country Nurses Who Stole & Forged

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AG Schneiderman Announces Arrests Of Two North Country Nurses Who Stole & Forged

AG Schneiderman Announces Arrests Of Two North Country Nurses Who Stole & Forged

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Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the arrest of Ann Witt, 38, of Ellenburg Center, a Licensed Practical Nurse practicing at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital, for using her position to steal blank prescriptions and forge the prescriptions to obtain Hydrocodone and Xanax from various pharmacies throughout the Plattsburgh area.  The Office of the Attorney General also arrested Wendy Therrian, 35, of Altona, also a Licensed Practical Nurse, for stealing Oxycodone pills from the Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital.  

Witt’s ability to fill multiple forged prescriptions for controlled substances at various pharmacies in a short period of time is an example of what the newly passed bill creating the Internet System for Tracking Overprescribing (I-STOP) is designed to prevent.

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2 Responses to “AG Schneiderman Announces Arrests Of Two North Country Nurses Who Stole & Forged”

  1. And why has he and all fifty plus AG not arrested all the banksters whom have stolen houses by fraud and forgery.

  2. joi says:

    @Shelley,

    OMG!! I was going to say the same thing. He can announce the arrests of these nurses and not the criminals that committed and still are committing crimes stealing innocent people homes. UNREAL AND DISGUSTING

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