She took advantage of a consultation with her doctor to steal her prescription. A 32-year-old woman then wrote fake prescriptions for drugs that she then considered reselling.
She wanted to resell the drugs. At the end, in Toulouse, a 32-year-old woman goes to her doctor for a consultation. Taking advantage of the fact that her practitioner was busy with another chosen one, the patient stole the prescription pad from her general practitioner and left discreetly with it. Afterwards, this 30-something began to write prescriptions for drugs in pharmacies. Thanks to the vigilance of a pharmacist, it will be unmasked. The manager of a pharmacy will warn the doctor concerned that a woman has surrendered with a prescription which seems false and above all which does not seem to have been written by the general practitioner.
The doctor will then file a complaint with the police. This Tuesday, this woman was summoned to the police station but the person never showed up. With the agreement of the Toulouse public prosecutor’s office, the suspect was arrested and placed in police custody. At the hearing, this woman acknowledged her involvement and explained that she had plans to resell the drugs obtained thanks to these fake prescriptions. She was summoned to court for a prior admission of guilt (CRPC) comparison hearing in January 2022.