by: Rachel Stockman Updated:
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. - A Douglasville man says he can’t get the medication he needs because someone used his information to fill prescriptions for heavy
“I think someone is filling medications in my name,” Nager said. "The doctor told him that the database showed he had filled prescriptions for heavy narcotic pills at West End Pharmacy."
He went with his mother to West End Pharmacy in southwest Atlanta, and he says it was there, where he discovered that someone had been signing his name for prescription for drugs
“He even turned the computer around to show us the signatures. There was no match at all.
On Thursday, state and federal agents raided the pharmacy, after investigators
On Monday night, a man from inside the pharmacy came out with two security guards, and said this in response to the allegations:
No one from the pharmacy has been arrested. In June, Dr. David Battista began a 46
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