Newmarket woman arrested in Bradford pharmacy fraud

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A 27-year-old Newmarket woman has been given two charges of uttering a forged document after a South Simcoe Police investigation.

On June 22, the woman went to a Bradford pharmacy to have two narcotics prescriptions filled. However, the pharmacist was suspicious with the documents and followed up with the doctors listed on the forms.

When the story didn’t add up, the pharmacist called police, who determined the prescriptions were forgeries.

The woman was also charged with breach of recognizance and given a July court date.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.