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Minutes Of The Meeting

Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

March 3, 4, 5, 2003

 

MONDAY, MARCH 3, 2003

 

10:00 a.m.

ROLL CALL

 

 

The State Board of Pharmacy convened in Room East-B, 31st Floor, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (President); Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Elizabeth I. Gregg, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Nathan S. Lipsyc, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Mem­ber; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

 

 

Also present were William T. Winsley, Executive Director; Timothy Benedict, Assistant Executive Director; William McMillen, Licensing Administrator; Mark Keeley, Legislative Affairs Administrator; Robert Cole, Compliance Supervisor; David Rowland, Legal Affairs Administrator; and Sally Ann Steuk, Assistant Attorney General.

10:05 a.m.

 

Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Turner and a roll call vote was conducted by President Adelman as follows: Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Gregg-Yes, Kost-Yes, Lipsyc-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

10:11 a.m.

 

Gregory Braylock, R.Ph., Board member, arrived and joined the Executive Session in progress.

11:24 a.m.

 

The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  The Board took a brief recess.

11:35 a.m.

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The meeting resumed.  Mr. Turner moved that the Board accept the settlement offer presented in the matter of Leo Igwebuike, R.Ph.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregg and approved (Aye-7/Nay-0/Abstain-1[Braylock]).

 

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Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board accept the settlement offer presented in the matter of David White, R.Ph.  The motion was seconded by Ms. Eastman and approved by the Board (Aye-6/Nay-2).

 

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Mr. Lipsyc then moved that the Board accept the settlement offers in the matters of Donald Bennett, R.Ph. and Mary Ann (Tallarico) Janning as amended by the Board if both respondents agreed to the Board’s changes.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Teater.  Mr. Braylock then moved to amend Mr. Lipsyc’s motion by revising the sug­gested changes to the original proposal.  Mr. Braylock’s motion to amend was seconded by Mrs. Gregg and approved by the Board (Aye-5/Nay-4).  The Board then voted on the motion to accept the settlement proposal with the revised Board changes.  The motion passed (Aye-5/Nay-3).

 

 

Mr. Rowland announced that the following settlement agreements previously approved by the Board had been signed by all parties and were now effective as of the date of the Board President’s signature:

 

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(Docket No. D-021119-035)

 

In the Matter of:

 

BIG BEAR PHARMACY #208

c/o William Joseph Gongola, R.Ph.)

1171 Hill Road North

Pickerington, Ohio 43147

(Terminal Distributor No. 02-0599100)

 

 

This Settlement Agreement is entered into by and between Big Bear Pharmacy #208 and the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, a state agency charged with enforcing the Pharmacy Practice Act and Dangerous Drug Distribution Act, Chapter 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 enters into this Agreement being fully informed of its rights afforded under Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, including the right to representation by counsel, the right to a formal adjudication hearing on the issues contained herein.

 

Whereas, the State Board of Pharmacy is empowered by Section 4729.57 of the Ohio Re­vised Code to suspend, revoke, refuse to renew any license issued to a terminal distributor of dangerous drugs pursuant to section 4729.54 of the Revised Code, or may impose a monetary penalty on the license holder, for violation of any of the enumerated grounds of Section 4729.57 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

WHEREAS, Big Bear Pharmacy #208 is a licensed terminal distributor of dangerous drugs in the State of Ohio.

 

WHEREAS, on or about November 19, 2002, pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, Big Bear Pharmacy #208 was notified of the allegations or charges against it, its right to a hearing, its rights in such hearing, and its right to submit contentions in writing.  Big Bear Pharmacy #208 requested a hearing; it was scheduled and continued.  The November 19, 2002, Notice of Opportunity for Hearing contains the following allegations or charges:

 

 

(1)

Records of the Board of Pharmacy indicate that Big Bear Pharmacy #208 is licensed with the State Board of Pharmacy as a Terminal Distributor of Dangerous Drugs and William J. Gongola is the Responsible Pharmacist pursuant to Rule 4729-5-11 of the Ohio Administrative Code and Sections 4729.27 and 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(2)

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 did, on or about July 18, 2000 to March 5, 2002, fail to provide “supervision and control” of dangerous drugs as required in Section 4729.55(B) of the Revised Code, and “adequate safeguards” to assure that danger­ous drug are being distributed in accordance with all state and federal laws as required in Section 4729.55(C) of the Revised Code, to wit: a technician was given authority to order all medications from wholesalers, checked the orders when received, and stocked the shelves with the medications, without any supervision.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-11 of the Ohio Administrative Code and is not in accordance with Section 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(3)

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 did, on or about July 18, 2000 to March 5, 2002, fail to provide effective and approved controls and procedures to deter and detect theft and diversion of dangerous drugs, to wit: the following drugs were diverted from the pharmacy without adequate detection and/or prevention:

 

Drug Type

Strength

Shortage

% Short

diazepam

10 mg

3,613

60%

diazepam

2 mg

177

15%

diazepam

5 mg

3,681

34%

hydrocodone/APAP

5/500

6,253

16%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/325

5,199

40%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/500

2,894

36%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/660

1,589

40%

hydrocodone/APAP

5/325

18

2%

hydrocodone/APAP

7.5/325

100

50%

OxyContin

10 mg

41

41%

OxyContin

20 mg

236

3%

OxyContin

40 mg

120

0.4%

OxyContin

80 mg

201

0.6%

OxyContin

160 mg

100

50%

carisoprodol / soma

350 mg

11,143

49%

Vicoprofin  (sic)

200/7.5

470

27%

phentermine

37.5 mg

5,548

76%

 

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-05 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

 

 

Wherefore, in consideration of the foregoing and mutual promises hereinafter set forth, and in lieu of a formal hearing at this time, Big Bear Pharmacy #208 knowingly and voluntarily agrees with the State Board of Pharmacy to the following:

 

 

(1)

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 agrees to the imposition of a monetary penalty of Two Thousand Dollars ($2000.00) due and owing within 30 days of the effective date of this Agreement.  The monetary penalty should be made payable to the “Treasurer, State of Ohio” and mailed with the enclosed form to the State Board of Pharmacy, 77 S. High Street, 17th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-6126.

 

 

(2)

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 agrees to adopt and implement the policies as submitted to the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy in its letter dated January 2, 2003, and amended by the Board’s letter dated January 8, 2003, so as to include “drugs of abuse” as well as controlled substances in said policies.  These policies are incor­porated into this agreement as if fully rewritten herein.

 

 

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 acknowledges that it has had an opportunity to ask questions concerning the terms of this agreement and that all questions asked have been answered in a satisfactory manner.  Any action initiated by the Board based on alleged violation of this Agreement shall comply with the Administrative Procedure Act, Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Big Bear Pharmacy #208 waives any and all claims or causes of action it may have against the State of Ohio or the Board, and members, officers, employees, and/or agents of either, arising out of matters which are the subject of this Agreement. Big Bear Pharmacy #208 waives any rights of appeal pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

This agreement embodies the entire agreement between and of the parties.  There are no express or implied promises, guarantees, terms, covenants, conditions, or obligations other than those contained herein; and this agreement supersedes all previous com­munications, representations or agreements, either verbal or written, between the parties.

 

In the event the Board, in its discretion, does not adopt this Agreement as its Adjudication, this settlement offer is withdrawn and shall be of no evidentiary value and shall not be relied upon or introduced in any disciplinary action or appeal by either party. Big Bear Phar­macy #208 agrees that should the Board reject this Agreement and if this case proceeds to hearing, Big Bear Pharmacy #208 will assert no claim that the Board was prejudiced by its review and discussion of this Agreement or of any information relating thereto.

 

This Settlement Agreement shall be considered a public record, as that term is used in Section 149.43 of the Ohio Revised Code, and shall become effective upon the date of the Board President’s signature below.

 

 

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(Docket No. D-021119-036)

 

In The Matter Of:

 

WILLIAM JOSEPH GONGOLA, R.Ph.

535 Cherry Hill Drive

Pickerington, Ohio 43147

(R.Ph. No. 03-1-18875)

 

 

This Settlement Agreement is entered into by and between William Joseph Gongola and the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, a state agency charged with enforcing the Pharmacy Practice Act and Dangerous Drug Distribution Act, Chapter 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

William Joseph Gongola voluntarily enters into this Agreement being fully informed of his rights afforded under Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, including the right to repre­sentation by counsel, the right to a formal adjudication hearing on the issues contained herein, and the right to appeal. William Joseph Gongola acknowledges that by entering into this agreement he has waived his rights under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code.

 

Whereas, the Board is empowered by Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code to suspend, revoke, place on probation, refuse to grant or renew an identification card or enforce a monetary penalty on the license holder for violation of any of the enumerated grounds therein.

 

Whereas, William Joseph Gongola is licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio.

 

Whereas, on or about November 19, 2002, pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, William Joseph Gongola was notified of the allegations or charges against him, his right to a hearing, his rights in such hearing, and his right to submit contentions in writing. William Joseph Gongola requested a hearing; it was scheduled and continued.  The Novem­ber 19, 2002, Notice of Opportunity for Hearing contains the following allegations or charges:

 

 

(1)

Records of the Board of Pharmacy indicate that William Joseph Gongola was origi­nally licensed in the State of Ohio on July 29, 1991, pursuant to examination, and is cur­rently licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio.  Records further reflect that as of July 11, 2000, William Joseph Gongola was the Responsible Phar­macist at Big Bear Pharmacy #208 pursuant to Sections 4729.27 and 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code and Rule 4729-5-11 of the Ohio Admini­strative Code.

 

 

(2)

William Joseph Gongola as Responsible Pharmacist did, on or about July 18, 2000, to March 5, 2002, fail to provide “supervision and control” of dangerous drugs as required in Section 4729.55(B) of the Revised Code, and “adequate safeguards” to assure that dangerous drug are being distributed in accordance with all state and federal laws as required in Section 4729.55(C) of the Revised Code, to wit: a tech­nician was given authority to order all medications from wholesalers, checked the orders when received, and stocked the shelves with the medications without any supervision.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-11 of the Ohio Admini­strative Code and is not in accordance with Section 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(3)

William Joseph Gongola as Responsible Pharmacist did, on or about July 18, 2000 to March 5, 2002, fail to provide effective and approved controls and procedures to deter and detect theft and diversion of dangerous drugs, to wit: the following drugs were diverted from the pharmacy without adequate detection and/or pre­vention:

 

Drug Type

Strength

Shortage

% Short

diazepam

10 mg

3,613

60 %

diazepam

2 mg

177

15%

diazepam

5 mg

3,681

34%

hydrocodone/APAP

5/500

6,253

16%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/325

5,199

40%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/500

2,894

36%

hydrocodone/APAP

10/660

1,589

40%

hydrocodone/APAP

5/325

18

2%

hydrocodone/APAP

7.5/325

100

50%

OxyContin

10 mg

41

41%

OxyContin

20 mg

236

3%

OxyContin

40 mg

120

0.4%

OxyContin

80 mg

201

0.6%

OxyContin

160 mg

100

50%

carisoprodol / soma

350 mg

11,143

49%

Vicoprofin  (sic)

200/7.5

470

27%

phentermine

37.5 mg

5,548

76%

 

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-9-05 of the Ohio Administrative Code and is not in accordance with Section 4729.55 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

Wherefore, the parties, in consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained herein, and in lieu of any further formal proceedings at this time, and intending to be bound by said covenants, agree as follows:

 

 

(A)

William Joseph Gongola’s pharmacist identification card, No. 03-1-18875, will be placed on probation for one year from the effective date of this Agreement, with the following conditions:

 

 

 

(1)  William Joseph Gongola must obtain within one year from the effective date of this agreement, completion of 0.3 CEUs (three hours) of continuing pharmacy education focused on pharmacy management and/or diversion issues.  These hours are in addition to those required for renewal.  If proof of completion is not submitted to the Board office before the end of his probation period, William Joseph Gongola’s pharmacist identification card  will be suspended until this con­dition is achieved.

 

(2)  The State Board of Pharmacy hereby declares that William Joseph Gongola’s phar­ma­cist identification card is not in good standing.

 

(3)  William Joseph Gongola must not violate the drug laws of the State of Ohio, any other state, or the federal government.

 

(4)  William Joseph Gongola must abide by the rules of the State Board of Phar­macy.

 

(5)  William Joseph Gongola must comply with the terms of this Agreement.

 

 

William Joseph Gongola acknowledges that he has had an opportunity to ask questions concerning the terms of this agreement and that all questions asked have been answered in a satisfactory manner.  Any action initiated by the Board based on alleged violation of this Agreement shall comply with the Administrative Procedure Act, Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

William Joseph Gongola waives any and all claims or causes of action he may have against the State of Ohio or the Board, and members, officers, employees, and/or agents of either, arising out of matters which are the subject of this Agreement. William Joseph Gongola waives any rights of appeal pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

In the event the Board, in its discretion, does not adopt this Agreement as its Adjudication, this settlement offer is withdrawn and shall be of no evidentiary value and shall not be relied upon or introduced in any disciplinary action or appeal by either party. William Joseph Gongola agrees that should the Board reject this Agreement and if this case proceeds to hearing, he will assert no claim that the Board was prejudiced by its review and discussion of this Agreement or of any information relating thereto.

 

This Settlement Agreement shall be considered a public record, as that term is used in Sec­tion 149.43 of the Ohio Revised Code, and shall become effective upon the date of the Board President’s signature below.

 

 

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(Docket No. D-020912-008

 

In The Matter Of:

 

RONALD WILLIAM CAREY, R.Ph.

7910 Laura Avenue N.W.

Massillon, Ohio 44646

(R.Ph. No. 03-2-11234)

 

 

This Settlement Agreement is entered into by and between Ronald William Carey and the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, a state agency charged with enforcing the Pharmacy Practice Act and Dangerous Drug Distribution Act, Chapter 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Ronald William Carey voluntarily enters into this Agreement being fully informed of his rights afforded under Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, including the right to repre­sentation by counsel, the right to a formal adjudication hearing on the issues contained herein, and the right to appeal. Ronald William Carey acknowledges that by entering into this agreement he has waived his rights under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code.

 

Whereas, the Board is empowered by Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code to suspend, revoke, place on probation, refuse to grant or renew an identification card or enforce a monetary penalty on the license holder for violation of any of the enumerated grounds therein.

 

Whereas, Ronald William Carey is licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio.

 

 

Whereas, on or about September 12, 2002, pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, Ronald William Carey was notified of the allegations or charges against him, his right to a hearing, his rights in such hearing, and his right to submit contentions in writing. Ronald William Carey requested a hearing; it was scheduled and continued.  The September 12, 2002, Notice of Opportunity for Hearing contains the following allegations or charges:

 

Ronald William Carey neither admits nor denies the allegations stated in the Notice of Opportunity for Hearing letter dated September 12, 2002; however, the Board has evidence sufficient to sustain the allegations and hereby adjudicates the same:

 

 

(1)

Records of the Board of Pharmacy indicate that Ronald William Carey was origi­nally licensed in the State Of Ohio on August 4, 1975, pursuant to examination, and is currently licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio.

 

 

(2)

Ronald William Carey did, on or about June 23, 2001, misbrand a drug, to wit: when Ronald William Carey received a prescription for 45 unit doses of Cardura 4 mg, number 146979, Ronald William Carey dispensed 45 unit doses of Coumadin 4 mg, which had not been prescribed by the physician.  The patient was subse­quently hospitalized.  Such conduct is in violation of Section 3715.52(A)(2) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(3)

Ronald William Carey did, on or about June 23, 2001, fail to perform prospective drug utilization review, to wit: when dispensing medications to a patient pursuant to prescription number 146979, Ronald William Carey failed to review the original prescription and/or refill information for over-utilization, incorrect drug dosage and duration of drug treatment, and misuse.  Such conduct is in violation of Rule 4729-5-20 of the Ohio Administrative Code.

 

 

Wherefore, the parties, in consideration of the foregoing and mutual promises hereinafter set forth, and in lieu of a formal hearing at this time, Ronald William Carey knowingly and voluntarily agrees with the State Board of Pharmacy to the following:

 

 

(A)

Ronald William Carey agrees to the imposition of a monetary penalty Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00) due and owing within 30 days of the effective date of this Agreement.  The monetary penalty should be made payable to the “Treasurer, State of Ohio” and mailed with the enclosed form to the State Board of Pharmacy, 77 S. High Street, 17th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0320.

 

 

(B)

Ronald William Carey must obtain within one year from the effective date of this agreement, completion of 0.3 CEUs (three hours) of continuing pharmacy educa­tion focused on preventing prescription errors in a retail pharmacy.  These hours are in addition to those required for renewal.

 

 

If, in the judgment of the Board, Ronald William Carey appears to have violated or breached any terms or conditions of this Agreement, the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy reserves the right to, at any time, revoke probation, modify the conditions of probation, and reduce or extend the period of probation, and/or the Board may institute formal disciplinary proceed­ings for any and all possible violations or breaches, including but not limited to, alleged violation of the laws of Ohio occurring before the effective date of this Agreement.

 

Ronald William Carey acknowledges that he has had an opportunity to ask questions con­cerning the terms of this agreement and that all questions asked have been answered in a satisfactory manner.  Any action initiated by the Board based on alleged violation of this Agreement shall comply with the Administrative Procedure Act, Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Ronald William Carey waives any and all claims or causes of action he may have against the State of Ohio or the Board, and members, officers, employees, and/or agents of either, arising out of matters which are the subject of this Agreement. Ronald William Carey waives any rights of appeal pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

In the event the Board, in its discretion, does not adopt this Agreement as its Adjudication, this settlement offer is withdrawn and shall be of no evidentiary value and shall not be relied upon or introduced in any disciplinary action or appeal by either party. Ronald William Carey agrees that should the Board reject this Agreement and if this case proceeds to hearing, he will assert no claim that the Board was prejudiced by its review and discussion of this Agreement or of any information relating thereto.

 

This Settlement Agreement shall be considered a public record, as that term is used in Section 149.43 of the Ohio Revised Code, and shall become effective upon the date of the Board President’s signature below.

 

 

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(Docket No. D-030124-059)

 

In The Matter Of:

 

LORI KATZ, R.Ph.

1631 NE Broadway, #230

Portland, Oregon 97232

(R.Ph. No. 03-2-13813)

 

 

This Settlement Agreement is entered into by and between Lori Katz and the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, a state agency charged with enforcing the Pharmacy Practice Act and Dangerous Drug Distribution Act, Chapter 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Lori Katz enters into this Agreement being fully informed of her rights afforded under Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code, including the right to representation by counsel and the right to a formal adjudication hearing on the issues contained herein.

 

Lori Katz is knowingly and voluntarily acknowledging that, in order to settle possible disciplinary charges in order to obviate the need to conduct an administrative hearing to consider possible disciplinary sanctions against Lori Katz’s license to practice pharmacy in the State of Ohio, this Agreement is entered into on the basis of the following stipulations, admissions, and understandings:

 

 

(1)

The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy is empowered by Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code to suspend, revoke, place on probation, refuse to grant or renew an identification card, or impose a monetary penalty on the license holder for viola­tion of any of the enumerated grounds.

 

 

(2)

Records of the Board of Pharmacy indicate that Lori Katz was originally licensed in the State of Ohio on August 1, 1980, pursuant to examination.

 

 

(3)

Lori Katz did, prior to November 20, 2001, with purpose to deprive, knowingly obtain or exert control over dangerous drugs, the property of Hi School Phar­macy, Estacada, Oregon, beyond the express or implied consent of the owner, to wit:  Lori Katz admit­tedly stole hydrocodone tablets, a schedule III controlled substance.  Such conduct, if committed in Ohio, violates Section 2913.02 of the Ohio Revised Code, and if proven constitutes being guilty of a felony or gross immorality and/or guilty of dishonesty or unprofessional conduct in the practice of pharmacy within the meaning of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(4)

Lori Katz did, prior to November 20, 2001, knowingly possess or use a controlled substance when not in accordance with Chapters 3719., 4729., and 4731. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit:  Lori Katz admitted taking and using hydrocodone tablets, a schedule III controlled substance.  Such conduct, if committed in Ohio, violates Section 2925.11 of the Ohio Revised Code, and if proven constitutes being guilty of gross immorality and/or willfully violating the provisions of Chap­ter 2925. of the Ohio Revised Code within the meaning of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(5)

Lori Katz’s license to practice pharmacy in the State of Oregon was, on or about June 6, 2001, placed on probation for 12 months, due to theft of prescription drugs for personal abuse.  Oregon Board of Pharmacy vs. Lori Katz, R.Ph., Case No. 01-0033.  Such conduct, if committed in Ohio, is in violation of Section 2925.11 of the Ohio Revised Code.  Such action indicates that Lori Katz is addicted to or abusing drugs to such a degree as to render her unfit to practice pharmacy within the meaning of Sec­tion 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(6)

Lori Katz’s license to practice pharmacy in the State of Oregon was, on or about November 20, 2001, extended to 18 months probation, due to a positive drug screen for butalbitol.   Oregon Board of Pharmacy vs. Lori Katz, R.Ph., Case No. 01-0033 and 01-0365.  Such action indicates that Lori Katz is addicted to or abusing drugs to such a degree as to render her unfit to practice pharmacy within the meaning of Section 4729.16 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

Wherefore, in consideration of the foregoing and mutual promises hereinafter set forth, and in lieu of a formal hearing at this time, Lori Katz knowingly and voluntarily agrees with the State Board of Pharmacy to the following:

 

 

(1)

Lori Katz must abide by the conditions as set forth in the Amended Consent Order of the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy dated November 20, 2001.

 

 

(2)

Lori Katz must inform the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy if she plans to return to Ohio to practice pharmacy in Ohio.

 

 

If, in the judgment of the Board, Lori Katz appears to have violated or breached any terms or conditions of this Agreement, the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy reserves the right to, at any time, revoke probation, modify the conditions of probation, and reduce or extend the period of probation, and/or the Board may institute formal disciplinary proceedings for any and all possible violations or breaches, including but not limited to, alleged violation of the laws of Ohio occurring before the effective date of this Agreement.

 

Lori Katz acknowledges that she has had an opportunity to ask questions concerning the terms of this agreement and that all questions asked have been answered in a satisfactory manner.  Any action initiated by the Board based on alleged violation of this Agreement shall comply with the Administrative Procedure Act, Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Lori Katz waives any and all claims or causes of action she may have against the State of Ohio or the Board, and members, officers, employees, and/or agents of either, arising out of mat­ters which are the subject of this Agreement.  Lori Katz waives any rights of appeal pursuant to Chapter 119. of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

In the event the Board, in its discretion, does not adopt this Agreement as its Adjudication, this settlement offer is withdrawn and shall be of no evidentiary value and shall not be relied upon or introduced in any disciplinary action or appeal by either party. Lori Katz agrees that should the Board reject this Agreement and if this case proceeds to hearing, she will assert no claim that the Board was prejudiced by its review and discussion of this Agreement or of any information relating thereto.

 

 

This Settlement Agreement shall be considered a public record, as that term is used in Sec­tion 149.43 of the Ohio Revised Code, and shall become effective upon the date of the Board President’s signature below.

 

11:55 a.m.

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Mr. Turner moved that the Board accept the settlement offer presented in the matter of Bruce Franken, R.Ph. as revised by the Board.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Teater and approved by the Board (Aye-7/Nay-1).

12:00 p.m.

 

The Board recessed for lunch.

  1:31 p.m.

 

With all members present, the Board reconvened in Room East-B to continue the Board meeting.

  1:40 p.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of James Scott Patton, R.Ph., Bexley.

  3:06 p.m.

 

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  The Board took a brief recess.

  3:25 p.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Richard L. Jarvis, Wadsworth.

  5:20 p.m.

 

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  Mrs. Teater left the meeting to attend to personal business.

  5:23 p.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of creating a record in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of David Browning Small.

  5:37 p.m.

 

The record was closed.  The Board meeting recessed until Tuesday, March 4, 2003.

 

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 2003

 

  8:31 a.m.

ROLL CALL

 

 

The State Board of Pharmacy convened in Room East-B, 31st Floor, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (President); Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Gregory Braylock, R.Ph.; Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Elizabeth I. Gregg, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Nathan S. Lipsyc, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Mem­ber; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

 

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Mr. McMillen presented two requests seeking Board approval to be providers of continu­ing pharmacy education (CPE) in Ohio.  After discussion, Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board approve the Pharmacy Department at Fort Hamilton Hospital/Hamilton as an in-state provider of CPE.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Braylock and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

 

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Mr. Turner then moved that the Board approve the Pharmacy Department at Physicians Inc./Lima as an in-state provider of CPE.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregg and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

  8:40 a.m.

 

Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investi­gation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Braylock and a roll call vote was conducted by President Adelman as follows: Braylock-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Gregg-Yes, Kost-Yes, Lipsyc-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

  9:40 a.m.

 

The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  The Board took a brief recess.

  9:49 a.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Lesley Zimmerman Kennedy, R.Ph., Cincinnati.

10:33 a.m.

 

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  The Board took a brief recess.

10:59 a.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Nancy A. Womeldorph-Annarino, R.Ph., Newark.

12:09 p.m.

 

The hearing was recessed for lunch and the Board’s meeting with the reciprocity candi­dates.

  1:30 p.m.

 

With all members present, the Board convened in Room South-A, 31st Floor, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio, for the purpose of meeting with the candidates for licensure by reciprocity.

 

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Following presentations by Board members and self-introductions by the candidates for licensure by reciprocity, the following candidates participated in a discussion of phar­macy laws and rules with Mr. McMillen and were then presented with their Ohio pharma­cist identification cards.

 

ROOPINDER KAUR BHULLAR

03-3-25606

WEST VIRGINIA

LIAN CHEN

03-3-25621

INDIANA

AMY IRENE CHRISTOPHER

03-3-25623

KENTUCKY

DAVID ALLEN GARTRELL

03-3-25608

MICHIGAN

  2:11 p.m.

 

The Board reconvened in Room East-B to continue the hearing in the matter of Nancy A. Womeldorph-Annarino, R.Ph.

  4:07 p.m.

 

The hearing ended and the record was closed.

  4:10 p.m.

 

Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investi­gation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Braylock and a roll call vote was conducted by President Adelman as follows: Braylock-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Gregg-Yes, Kost-Yes, Lipsyc-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

  5:45 p.m.

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The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board approve the proposed payment plan received in the matter of Todd Jaros, R.Ph.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Kost and approved by the Board (Aye-8/­Nay-0).

 

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Mr. Braylock moved that, pursuant to Section 3719.121 of the Revised Code, the Board summarily suspend the license to practice pharmacy belonging to James M. Rosselit, R.Ph., D.O. (03-2-16535) due to the fact that a continuation of his professional practice presents a danger of immediate and serious harm to others.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Kost and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

 

After a discussion of the draft minutes from the February, 2003 meeting, Mr. Lipsyc moved that the minutes be approved as amended.  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregg and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

 

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The Board next discussed the need to appoint a voting delegate and alternate for the NABP Annual Meeting in May.  After discussion, Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board approve Presi­dent Adelman to be the Board’s voting delegate and Mr. Giacalone to be the alternate dele­gate.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Turner and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

  6:00 p.m.

 

The meeting recessed until Wednesday, March 5, 2003.

 

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2003

 

  8:34 a.m.

ROLL CALL

 

 

The State Board of Pharmacy reconvened in Room East-B, 31st Floor, Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio with the following members present:

 

Diane C. Adelman, R.Ph. (President); Robert P. Giacalone, R.Ph. (Vice-President); Gregory Braylock, R.Ph.; Suzanne R. Eastman, R.Ph.; Elizabeth I. Gregg, R.Ph.; Lawrence J. Kost, R.Ph.; Nathan S. Lipsyc, R.Ph.; Dorothy S. Teater, Public Mem­ber; and James E. Turner, R.Ph.

 

Mr. Keeley discussed his legislative report with the Board.

  9:10 a.m.

 

The Board took a brief recess.

  9:31 a.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of conducting an adjudication hearing in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Ralph G. Homer, R.Ph., Olmsted Township.

10:04 a.m.

 

The hearing ended and the record was closed.  The Board took a brief recess.

10:32 a.m.

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The Board granted a request made by Attorney John Irwin for a continuance to a later date of the hearing in the matter of George Plataz, R.Ph. that had been scheduled to begin at this time.

 

 

Mr. Winsley then presented a request from The Cleveland Clinic Main Outpatient Phar­macy (02-0079600) and Fairview Health Center Pharmacy (02-0140100) for an exemption to OAC Rule 4729-5-10 (Pick-up station) so that Cleveland Clinic Health System (CCHS) employee prescription requests, both new and refill, could be left in drop boxes located at several CCHS hospitals.  The prescriptions would be picked up by a courier and filled at one of the two pharmacies listed above.  The finished prescription would then either be mailed to the patient’s home or be available at the pharmacy filling the prescription for the patient to pick up the medication.  After discussion, the Board decided to postpone a decision on this request until Board staff could obtain further information on the process.

 

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Mr. Winsley presented a request from Health Care Solutions/Sylvania (02-0713250) for an exemption to OAC Rule 4729-5-10 (Pick-up station) so that patient-specific prescrip­tions could be prepared at Central Admixture Pharmacy Services (02-1312700) and delivered to Health Care Solutions for distribution to the patients.  After discussion, Mr. Braylock moved that the Board approve the request due to the need for involvement by a health care professional in the patient’s drug therapy [OAC Rule 4729-5-10(B)(5)(b)].  The motion was seconded by Mrs. Gregg and approved by the Board (Aye-8/Nay-0).

10:54 a.m.

 

The Board was joined by Assistant Attorney General Sally Ann Steuk for the purpose of creating a record in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 119. and 4729. in the matter of Richard Allen Calendine, R.Ph.

11:13 a.m.

 

The record was closed.

11:16 a.m.

 

Mrs. Gregg moved that the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of the investigation of complaints regarding licensees and registrants pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(1) of the Revised Code and for the purpose of conferring with an attorney for the Board regarding pending or imminent court action pursuant to Section 121.22(G)(3) of the Revised Code.  The motion was seconded by Mr. Braylock and a roll call vote was conducted by President Adelman as follows: Braylock-Yes, Eastman-Yes, Giacalone-Yes, Gregg-Yes, Kost-Yes, Lipsyc-Yes, Teater-Yes, and Turner-Yes.

11:40 a.m.

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The Executive Session ended and the meeting was opened to the public.  Mr. Turner moved that the Board adopt the following Order in the matter of Richard L. Jarvis:

 

 

ORDER OF THE STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(Docket No. D-021205-043)

 

In The Matter Of:

 

RICHARD L. JARVIS

277 Deepwood Drive

Wadsworth, Ohio 44281

(D.O.B. 02/11/1950)

 

INTRODUCTION

 

THE MATTER OF RICHARD L. JARVIS CAME FOR HEARING ON MARCH 3, 2003, BEFORE THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF THE BOARD: DIANE C. ADELMAN, R.Ph. (presiding); GREGORY BRAYLOCK, R.Ph.; SUZANNE R. EASTMAN, R.Ph.; ROBERT P. GIACALONE, R.Ph.; ELIZABETH I. GREGG, R.Ph.; LAWRENCE J. KOST, R.Ph.; NATHAN S. LIPSYC, R.Ph.; DOROTHY S. TEATER, PUBLIC MEMBER; AND JAMES E. TURNER, R.Ph.

 

RICHARD L. JARVIS WAS NOT REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL, AND THE STATE OF OHIO WAS REPRESENTED BY SALLY ANN STEUK, ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL.

 

 

SUMMARY OF EVIDENCE

State’s Witnesses

1.  Robert Cole, Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

 

Respondent's Witnesses

1.  Richard L. Jarvis, Respondent

 

 

State's Exhibits

1.  Proposal To Deny/Notice of Opportunity For Hearing letter  [12-05-02]

1A-1C.  Procedurals

2.  Order of the State Board of Pharmacy In Re  Richard L. Jarvis  [03-15-96]

3.  Order of the State Board of Pharmacy In Re Medicine Shoppe  [08-09-96]

4.  Copy of Application for Examination as a Pharmacist of Richard Lee Jarvis  [10-10-02]; and copy of typed letter from Rick Jarvis  [not dated]

5.  Copy of Notarized Statement of Richard Jarvis  [05-12-93]

6.  Copy of Notarized Statement of Richard Jarvis  [12-12-94]

7.  Copy of Notarized Statement of Richard Jarvis  [12-12-94]

8.  Copy of Notarized Statement of Dr. Paul Brammer  [12-02-94]

9.  Copy of Notarized Statement of Dr. Benjamin J. Gilliotte  [12-02-94]

10.  The Medicine Shoppe Medical Expenses Report for Jane Jarvis  [06-02-92 to 04-10-93]; and copies of the following prescriptions:  Rx #4309347  [04-14-92]; Rx #3214033  [09-03-92]; Rx #4211374  [06-12-92]; Rx #4214983  [10-02-92]; Rx #4216843  [11-28-92]; Rx #4217438  [12-15-92]; and Rx #5213590  [08-20-92]

11.  List of Prescriptions Filled for Walter Johnson by R.Ph. Rick Jarvis  [01-05-94 to 12-12-94]

12.  The Medicine Shoppe Medical Expenses Report for Walter Johnson  [01-07-94 to 11-28-94]

13.  Copy of letter from Michael T. Kunesh, M.D.  [02-15-95]

14.  The Medicine Shoppe Medical Expenses Report for Dr. Kunesh's patient  [02-04-91 to 08-02-95]; and copies of the following prescriptions:  Rx #6185158  [05-01-90]; Rx #6185159  [05-01-90]; Rx #6212608  [07-22-92]; Rx #6214201  [09-10-92]; and Rx #6214202  [09-10-92]

15.  Psychological Report for Richard Jarvis by Eugene S. Cherry, Ph.D.  [01-23-95]

16.  Indictment, State of Ohio vs. Richard L. Jarvis, No. 95-CR-2577, Montgomery County Common Pleas Court  [08-22-95]

16A.  Entry of Waiver and Plea on Indictment, State of Ohio vs. Richard L. Jarvis, Case No. 95-CR-2577, Montgomery County Common Pleas Court  [01-06-97]

16B.  Termination Entry (Sentencing), State of Ohio vs. Richard L. Jarvis, Case No. 95-CR-2577, Montgomery County Common Pleas Court  [07-06-98]

 

Respondent's Exhibits

A.  Adult Parole Authority letter of Final Release from Supervision for Richard L. Jarvis  [not dated]

B.  Letter from Eileen Riggs  [02-18-03]

C.  Letter from Oleta Yentz  [02-28-03]

D.  Letter from Ron Monore  [02-21-03]

E.  Letter from James L. Singleton  [02-18-03]

F.  Letter from Tom Mowbray, R.Ph.  [02-24-03]

 

 

FINDINGS OF FACT

 

After having heard the testimony, observed the demeanor of the witnesses, considered the evidence, and weighed the credibility of each, the State Board of Pharmacy finds the following to be fact:

 

 

(1)  Records of the Ohio Board of Pharmacy indicate that Richard L. Jarvis sub­mit­ted an Application for Examination as a Pharmacist on or about October 10, 2002.

 

 

(2)  Records of the Board further indicate that Richard L. Jarvis was licensed by the State of Ohio as a pharmacist on March 18, 1975, by examination, and that Richard L. Jarvis' pharmacist license was summarily suspended on December 23, 1994.  After notice and hearing, Richard L. Jarvis' license to practice pharmacy in Ohio was revoked by the Board effective March 15, 1996.

 

(3)  On or about March 15, 1996, the Board found the following to be fact:

 

 

(a)  Records of the Board indicate that Richard L. Jarvis was originally licensed to practice pharmacy in the state of Ohio on March 18, 1975; and, on December 23, 1994, Richard L. Jarvis’ license was summarily suspended in accordance with Section 3719.121(B) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(b)  Richard L. Jarvis did, on or about the following dates, intentionally make and/or knowingly possess false or forged prescriptions, to wit: Richard L. Jarvis forged the following prescriptions to cover for the controlled sub­stances he was giving his wife, Jane Jarvis, without pre­scriptions from a prac­titioner:

 

Date

 

Rx No.

Refills

Drug

Quantity

Doctor

04/14/92

 

3209347

5

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

09/03/92

 

3214033

5

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

06/12/92

 

4211374

5

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

10/02/92

 

4214983

5

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

11/28/92

 

4216843

5

Restoril 30mg

60

Scholl

12/15/92

 

4217438

5

Tranxene 3.75mg

50

Thuney

08/20/92

 

5213590

5

Lomanate

40

Scholl

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Section 2925.23(B)(1) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(c)  Richard L. Jarvis did, on or about the following dates, knowingly sell a con­trolled substance in amounts less than the minimum bulk amount when the conduct was not in accordance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: Richard L. Jarvis gave the following controlled substances in the following amounts to his wife, Jane Jarvis, when there had been no legi­timate prescriptions issued by practitioners:

 

Date

 

Rx No.

 

Drug

Quantity

Doctor

04/14/92

 

3209347

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

06/10/92

 

3209347

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

07/08/92

 

3209347

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

07/31/92

 

3209347

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

08/19/92

 

3209347

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

09/03/92

 

3214033

 

Fiorinal

30

Scholl

12/15/92

 

4217438

 

Tranxene 3.75mg

50

Thuney

01/19/93

 

4217438

 

Tranxene 3.75mg

50

Thuney

08/20/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

09/01/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

09/08/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

10/08/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

11/19/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

12/01/92

 

5213590

 

Lomanate

40

Scholl

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Section 2925.03(A)(1) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

 

(d)  Richard L. Jarvis did, on or about the following dates, knowingly sell a con­trolled substance in amounts equal to or exceeding the bulk amount, but in an amount less than three times that amount when the conduct was not in accor­dance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: Richard L. Jarvis gave the following controlled substances in the following amounts to his wife, Jane Jarvis, when there had been no legitimate pre­scriptions issued by practitioners:

 

Date

 

Rx No.

 

Drug

Quantity

Doctor

06/12/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

07/10/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

07/28/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

08/10/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

09/01/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

09/15/92

 

4211374

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

10/02/92

 

4214983

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

11/14/92

 

4214983

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

12/20/92

 

4214983

 

Halcion .25mg

30

Scholl

11/28/92

 

4216843

 

Restoril  30mg

60

Scholl

01/11/93

 

4216843

 

Restoril  30mg

60

Scholl

02/08/93

 

4216843

 

Restoril  30mg

60

Scholl

03/03/93

 

4216843

 

Restoril  30mg

60

Scholl

03/27/93

 

4216843

 

Restoril  30mg

60

Scholl

 

 

Such conduct is in violation of Section 2925.03(A)(5) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(e)  Richard L. Jarvis did, on or about the following dates, knowingly sell a con­trolled substance in amounts exceeding three times the bulk amount, but in an amount less than one hundred times that amount when the conduct was not in accord­ance with Chapters 3719. and 4729. of the Ohio Revised Code, to wit: Richard L. Jarvis sold the following controlled substances in the following amounts when there had been no legitimate prescriptions issued by practi­tioners, totaling 30,950 units of Vicodin ES, 19,750 units of Hydrocodone 5mg/APAP 500mg, 600 units of Percodan, and 450 Percocet (along with an undetermined amount of Soma, a dangerous drug) to the same individual in 1994:

 

Date

 

Rx No.

 

Drug

Quantity

Doctor

01/05/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/05/94

 

3231022

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/07/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/07/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/11/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/11/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/14/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/14/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/17/94

 

2231438

 

Percodan

150

Brammer

01/17/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/22/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/22/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/25/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/25/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/28/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/28/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/31/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/02/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/02/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/04/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/04/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/14/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/14/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/17/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/19/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/19/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/22/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/22/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/24/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/24/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/26/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/26/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/01/94

 

3233927

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/04/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/04/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/07/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/10/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/10/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/12/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/12/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/15/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/17/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/18/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/18/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/21/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/21/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/24/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/24/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/26/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/28/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/28/94

 

3234090

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/30/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

03/30/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/01/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/01/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/02/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/12/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/12/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/14/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/14/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/16/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/16/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/18/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/18/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/20/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/22/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/22/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/25/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/25/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/27/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/27/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/29/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/29/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/02/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/02/94

 

3235412

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/05/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/05/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/07/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/07/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/09/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/09/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/11/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/11/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/13/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/16/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/16/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/19/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/19/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/21/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/21/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/23/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/23/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/26/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/26/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/28/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/28/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/31/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/31/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/03/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/03/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/06/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/06/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/08/94

 

2326746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/10/94

 

2326748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/10/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/13/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/13/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/16/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/16/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/18/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/18/94

 

3237293

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/20/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/20/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/22/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/22/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/27/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/27/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/30/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/30/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/02/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/02/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/05/94

 

2237855

 

Percodan

200

Brammer

07/05/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/05/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/07/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/07/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/09/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/11/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/11/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/13/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/15/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/15/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/18/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/18/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/20/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/20/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/22/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/22/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/25/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/25/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/27/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/27/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/29/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/29/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/01/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/01/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/03/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/03/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/04/94

 

2238945

 

Percocet

200

Brammer

08/05/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/05/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/08/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/08/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/11/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/11/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/13/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/15/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/15/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/17/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/17/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/19/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/19/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/22/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/22/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/24/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/24/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/26/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/26/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/29/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/29/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/31/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/31/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/02/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/02/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/06/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/06/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/08/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/08/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/10/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/10/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/12/94

 

3240417

 

Hydrocodone

100

Brammer

09/12/94

 

3240418

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/14/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/14/94

 

3240418

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/16/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/16/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/19/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/19/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/21/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/21/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/23/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/23/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/26/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/26/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/28/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/28/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/30/94

 

2241215

 

Percodan

250

Brammer

09/30/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/03/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/03/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/05/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/05/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/07/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/07/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/10/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/10/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/11/94

 

2341761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/11/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/12/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/12/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/14/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/14/94

 

3241761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/17/94

 

3241761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/17/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/19/94

 

3241761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/19/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/24/94

 

3241761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/24/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/26/94

 

2242255

 

Percocet

250

Brammer

10/26/94

 

3241761

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/31/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/31/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/02/94

 

3241852

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/02/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/04/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/04/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/07/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/07/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/09/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/09/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/11/94

 

3242380

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/11/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/14/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/14/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/18/94

 

3242610

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/18/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/21/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/21/94

 

3243259

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/23/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/23/94

 

3243259

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/25/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/25/94

 

3243259

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

11/28/94

 

3242976

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

11/28/94

 

3243259

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

12/03/94

 

3243773

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

12/03/94

 

3243774

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

12/07/94

 

3243773

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

12/12/94

 

3243773

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

 

 

Notwithstanding Walter Johnson’s affidavits, the voluminous evidence regarding the prescriptions themselves (i.e., number and quantity) indicates that they were not dispensed for a legitimate or bona fide medical purpose.  Such conduct is in violation of Section 2925.03(A)(7) of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

(f)  Richard L. Jarvis did, on or about the following dates, intentionally make and/or knowingly possess false or forged prescriptions, to wit: Richard L. Jarvis forged the following prescriptions to cover for the controlled sub­stances he was selling without prescriptions from a prac­ti­tioner:

 

Date

 

Rx No.

 

Drug

Quantity

Doctor

01/05/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/05/94

 

3231022

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/07/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/07/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/11/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/11/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/14/94

 

3231021

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/14/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/17/94

 

2231438

 

Percodan

150

Brammer

01/17/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/22/94

 

3231022

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/22/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/25/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/25/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/28/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

01/28/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

01/31/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/02/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/02/94

 

3231695

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/04/94

 

3231436

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/04/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/14/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/14/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/17/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/19/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/19/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/22/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/22/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/24/94

 

3232078

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/24/94

 

3232370

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

02/26/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

02/26/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/01/94

 

3233927

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/04/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/04/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/07/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/10/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/10/94

 

3232939

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/12/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/12/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/15/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/17/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/18/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/18/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/21/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/21/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/24/94

 

3232937

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/24/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/26/94

 

3233524

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/28/94

 

3233523

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

03/28/94

 

3234090

 

Vicodin ES

150

Brammer

03/30/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

03/30/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/01/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/01/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/02/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/12/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/12/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/14/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/14/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/16/94

 

3234237

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/16/94

 

3234238

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/18/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/18/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/20/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/22/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/22/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/25/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/25/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/27/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/27/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

04/29/94

 

3234894

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

04/29/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/02/94

 

3234895

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/02/94

 

3235412

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/05/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/05/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/07/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/07/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/09/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/09/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/11/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/11/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/13/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/16/94

 

3235554

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/16/94

 

3235555

 

Vicodin ES

200

Brammer

05/19/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/19/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/21/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/21/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/23/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/23/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/26/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/26/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/28/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/28/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

05/31/94

 

3236119

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

05/31/94

 

3236120

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/03/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/03/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/06/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/06/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/08/94

 

2326746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/10/94

 

2326748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/10/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/13/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/13/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/16/94

 

3236746

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/16/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/18/94

 

3236748

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/18/94

 

3237293

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/20/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/20/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/22/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/22/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/27/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/27/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

06/30/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

06/30/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/02/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/02/94

 

3237332

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/05/94

 

2237855

 

Percodan

200

Brammer

07/05/94

 

3237331

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/05/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/07/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/07/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/09/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/11/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/11/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/13/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/15/94

 

3237852

 

Vicodin ES

250

Brammer

07/15/94

 

3237940

 

Hydrocodone

200

Brammer

07/18/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/18/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/20/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/20/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/22/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/22/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/25/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/25/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/27/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/27/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

07/29/94

 

3238285

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

07/29/94

 

3238286

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/01/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/01/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/03/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/03/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/04/94

 

2238945

 

Percocet

200

Brammer

08/05/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/05/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/08/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/08/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/11/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/11/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/13/94

 

3238789

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/15/94

 

3238790

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/15/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/17/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/17/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/19/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/19/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/22/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/22/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/24/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/24/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/26/94

 

3239281

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/26/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/29/94

 

3239413

 

Hydrocodone

150

Brammer

08/29/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/31/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

08/31/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/02/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/02/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/06/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/06/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/08/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/08/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/10/94

 

3239915

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/10/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/12/94

 

3240417

 

Hydrocodone

100

Brammer

09/12/94

 

3240418

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/14/94

 

3240025

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/14/94

 

3240418

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/16/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/16/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/19/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/19/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/21/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/21/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/23/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/23/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/26/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/26/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/28/94

 

3240642

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

09/28/94

 

3240643

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

09/30/94

 

2241215

 

Percodan

250

Brammer

09/30/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/03/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/03/94

 

3241284

 

Hydrocodone

150

Gilliotte

10/05/94

 

3241214

 

Vicodin ES

300

Brammer

10/05/94

 

3241284