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A man who used to a fraudulent prescription to get drugs from a local pharmacy was placed on probation for three years.The defendant, Chad Alan Russell, 33, entered guilty pleas before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to charges of fraudulently obtaining drugs. He was given a three-year probationary sentence which will be served on the community corrections program and he will also be required to undergo a drug and alcohol assessment.His sentence comes after someone called in a prescription to Rite Aid pharmacy. The drugs included Loritab and Ibuprofen, both in pharmaceutical strengths.“These were picked up by Chad Russell,” McMinnville police investigator Tony Jenkins said in his warrant against Russell.

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