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Court documents, Altamont Pharmacy drug crimes

Prescription drug crimes plaguing Art Tyrrell’s independent pharmacy spurred him to merge his operations with Safeway last month. An Altamont Pharmacy store employee pleaded not guilty to four counts of possession of distribution of OxyContin, hydrocodone and oxycodone this week in Spokane County Superior court after charges were filed last month. Court papers filed last month show a tipster led police to store employee Lisa A. Roth, 32, through an associate, Eric V. Crispin, 28. Crispin was also charged with three counts of delivery of OxyContin, oxycodone and Vicodin.


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Tags:Altamont Pharmacy, Art Tyrrell, crime, Eric V. Crispin, Lisa A. Roth, pharmacies, pharmacy robberies, prescription drugs, rite aid, Spokane County Superior Court, Spokane Police, Walgreens

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