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1-year sentence for former pharmacist for switching out drugs


PROSECUTED. FORMER PHARMACIST THOMAS
KELLERMANN EXITED FEDERAL COURT
AFTER BEING SENTENCED FOR
TAMPERING WITH NARCOTICS
MR FARLEY: AS A PHARMACIST, HE
SHOULD BE WORKING TO TAKE CARE OF PATIENTS. INSTEAD, HE WAS EXPOSING THEM
NOT ONLY TO PAIN BUT TO
POTENTIAL CONTAMINATION
SICKNESS. MIKE C: ACCORDING TO DOCUMENTS
, KELLERMAN SAID HE WAS ADDICTED
TO DRUGS AND ASKED THE COURT FOR
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE SENTENCE ONE
YEAR AND A DAY. THE STATE SAYS THEY WEREN’T ABLE
TO DETERMINE IF ANY PATIEN
WERE MADE SICK BY KELLERMAN’S
ACTIONS BUT SAY THEY HOPE THE
SENTENCING WILL ACT AS A
DETERRENT IN THE FUTURE. MR. FARLEY: IF THEY ARE NOT
GOING TO WORK FOR THE BENEFIT OF
PATIENTS, IF THE

One Comment

  1. Ft LOA
    Ft LOA May 10, 2018

    One year?

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