Friday, November 16, 2012
Eric L. Share of Forks Township admitted to stealing a blank prescription form from an area doctor in an effort to obtain 180 tablets of the painkiller Oxycodone.
A Forks Township man who has been cleaning the office of an area urologist admitted to police he stole a blank prescription and forged the doctor’s signature in an effort to obtain 180 tablets of the painkiller Oxycodone, court records say. The suspect, Eric L. Share, 25, of the 1000 block of Greenleaf St., took the forged prescription form to the Walgreens at 1955 Sullivan Trail in Forks on Nov. 1, the records say. The urologist is Dr. Franklin Margolis, who is listed in a computer search as having offices in Phillipsburg and Lower Nazareth Township. Share was still in the Walgreens when Forks police arrived at 4:21 p.m. He was detained inside the store “after attempting to avoid the responding officers [who] entered the pharmacy,” the …
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Chad Wagner, of Lower Mount Bethel Township, allegedly forged a Nazareth doctor's name in an attempt to obtain 60 oxycodone pills.
A Lower Mount Bethel Township man is accused of forging a Nazareth doctor’s name in an attempt to obtain oxycodone from the Wal-Mart pharmacy in Lower Nazareth Township. Chad Wagner, 23, of the 6000 block of Franklin Hill Road, was arraigned before District Judge John Capobianco and charged with forgery, criminal attempt and criminal trespass -- all felonies. He was also charged with theft, receiving stolen property and prohibited acts; penalties. He is free on $15,000 unsecured bail. According to a police criminal complaint: On Tuesday, May 22, Officer Stephen Schleig responded to Dr. Sabre’s office at 111 S. Spruce St. for a forgery report. Sabre said he was notified by the Wal-Mart pharmacy that an unknown male had submitted a forged …
Friday, December 2, 2011
A Stroudsburg man allegedly tried to use a forged prescription at the CVS in Lower Nazareth Township.
John Bara, 43, of Stroudsburg, allegedly tried to use a forged presciption at the CVS in Lower Nazareth Township to purchase oxycodone, according to Colonial Regional Police. On Nov. 28, police say, Bara attempted to obtain 180 oxycodone pills at 30mg each. Bara was arraigned before District Judge Joseph Barner on Dec. 1. He was charged with two counts of forgery and one count of criminal attempt to acquire or obtain possession of a controlled substance -- all felony counts. Bara was initially sent to Northampton County Prison, but has since been released after 10 percent of his $2,000 bail was posted.