New Berlin Pharmacy owner charged with faking prescriptions
NEW BERLIN, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A multi-year-long investigation has led to charges involving the New Berlin Pharmacy.
According to a criminal complaint, the pharmacy owner, Jason Kilvinger, illegally obtained prescriptions by faking patient and doctor names.
The 25-page complaint says with the help of pharmacist Robert Steib, they stole more than 84,000 pills of hydrocodone.
Kilvinger and his brother would then sell the drugs, give them to friends, or trade them for stolen items.
In all, seven people are charged with either helping in the prescription thefts or receiving the stolen drugs.