man arrested on suspicion of prescription fraud
By Cody Gochnour
December 13, 2007 | Matthew Lyman Brown, 25 of Logan,
has been arrested on suspicion of fraudulently obtaining
subscriptions, forged prescriptions, possession of a
controlled substance, possession of prescription substance
without a prescription, interfering with arrest and
psychotoxic chemical abuse.
Capt. Eric Collins, Logan City Police Department's
information officer, said a pharmacy had called a strike
force office with information that someone had filled
a prescription they later learned was not valid.
"The pharmacy called the doctor's office to find out
if the prescription was valid,"" he said, "and it wasn't,
so they called us."
Officer Italasano of the Logan City Police Department
made the arrest at Brown's home.