Has anyone had issues with accusations of diverting drugs? - page 2

Long story short and I'm not looking for leagal advice other than what sort of attorney should I be seeking for my problem I am in deep trouble. I took meds (narcs) from the accudose system and... Read More

  1. by   ImShelly31
    WOW that is encouraging...as I've searched the net I've come upon so so many issues of "revoked, suspended indefinately...for much less that what I"m accused of.

    I've not slept or eaten in days. I'm a total wreck. I'd like to comment more on the post but cannot right now, I'm just so tired and weak. I will comment more tomorrow.

    Thank you for all the encouragement and for the non-judgemental way you have all spoken to me. I am very grateful to have had these replies. I'll check in tomorrow. Thank you all
  2. by   rph3664
    I have had the misfortune of working with people who accused me of just about everything EXCEPT diverting drugs.

    The most outrageous story I ever heard about one of my own? When I was in pharmacy school, a man came and spoke to our class who had lost his license for using his own drugs. He would order bottles of Tylenol #3 liquid and chase them with Mucomyst to prevent acetaminophen poisoning. It was quite obvious from my reaction that I was the only person in the class who knew what Mucomyst was and how dreadful it smelled. I said, out loud, "This dude was hardcore!"

    He went on with his presentation.

    Before I moved to this area, I heard about a pharmacist who was believed by anyone who knew her to have gone to pharmacy school solely to get drugs. (I can think of easier way to do it, but I digress.) She had a very interesting boyfriend, and one night, the pharmacy was broken into in such a way that it could only have been done by someone who knew what they were doing, and only the "fun" drugs were gone. She, of course, denied any firsthand knowledge.

    Instead of destroying expired C-II meds, she took them home with her, and also took the records home with her as well. When the net began to close around her, she tore them up and flushed them down the toilet, and the plumber extricated all the evidence needed to convict her.