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Investigation leads to drug crimes charges for 3 in Wisconsin

Three individuals have been arrested and are facing multiple charges after allegedly attempting to obtain medications from multiple pharmacies with the use of fraudulent prescriptions in Wisconsin. Due to the possible severity of a conviction for drug crimes of this nature, those accused of such an offense may feel somewhat overwhelmed by the process. Those who face similar circumstances may wish to protect their futures, but they might be uncertain where to turn for assistance in the process.

According to law enforcement agents, the incident began when a man allegedly visited a pharmacy and obtained medication with the use of a fraudulent prescription. Soon thereafter, authorities assert that he visited another pharmacy and provided a similar document. While he was waiting for the prescription to be filled, police claim to have located him and another person in a vehicle outside the establishment.

Upon approaching the vehicle, police claim to have discovered a pipe in the front seat and an unspecified amount of marijuana on the floor. A subsequent search of the vehicle allegedly unearthed the presence of a variety of pills and prescription medications. Upon being questioned, the other person allegedly informed police that a third party had agreed to pay them a substantial sum of money to visit multiple pharmacies and obtain prescription medications.

Although many of the details of the investigation remain unclear, three individuals were arrested and accused of drug crimes in relation to the alleged incidents. With the potential gravity of a conviction for similar offenses, those who face such charges may find it advisable to retain the services of an attorney as soon as possible. An attorney can provide a client in Wisconsin with advice on the potential consequences he or she may face and assist in pursuing the most favorable outcome possible given the circumstances.

Source:, “Three men charged in prescription drug case“, Christena T. O’Brien, May 25, 2018

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