Florida woman’s pharmaceutical tech license suspended after theft charges
Posted on Sunday, November 1st, 2015
A female pharmacy technician in Key West, Florida had her pharmacy license suspended after admitting to having pocketed approximately 1,000 various kinds of pills, an article reported on October 24.
Reports said 37-year-old CVS Pharmacy staff Amy Catherine Topolski was apprehended by authorities on June 10 after being investigated for the missing medicines. In the span of more than five months, Topolski reportedly stole various kinds of medicines.
Topolski was put on probation in September following her arrest. On October 12, Topolski’s license was suspended by the Florida Department of Health after pleading guilty to two counts of felony drug possession and a count of misdemeanor petty-theft charges.
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