Weston Woman Arrested for Fraudulently Trying to Obtain Prescription
West Virginia State Police have charged a Weston woman with fraudulently trying to obtain a prescription.
Lisa Marie Sorg, 30, is accused of trying to fill a voided prescription for hydrocodone. State police said Sorg had an existing prescription for the drug, which she said she received on July 18, 2014. She said she received 90 pills, which is a 30 day supply. Sorg said the prescription was entirely consumed by July 29, 2014, against the prescribed directions, said the criminal complaint. State police were contacted by the Wal Mart pharmacy in Weston on July 29 when Sorg was attempting to fill a voided prescription for hydrocodone from her doctor.
The Gil-Co Faith Pharmacy in Gilmer County said it had voided the prescription when it discovered Sorg had an existing prescription from another doctor, said the criminal complaint. Sorg told troopers she attempted to fill the prescription at Best Care Pharmacy and Rite Aid in Weston and was turned away both times. Sorg told police she didn't provide accurate information to her doctors and that she filled out paperwork that said she was not on medication prescribed by other doctors, said the criminal complaint.
Sorg is being held in Central Regional Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
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