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Kilgore caught phoning in prescription
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A former doctor’s office employee caught trying to make her own prescription in order to save some money has been given probation on drug fraud charges.The woman, Patricia Ann Kilgore, 29, was granted an 11-month, 29-day judicial diversion by General Sessions Judge Larry Ross on the misdemeanor count of prescription fraud. The judicial diversion means she can have her criminal record erased once her probationary period is over. She will also be required to pay $350 plus costs and perform 16 hours public service work.Her charge came after Walgreen’s pharmacy fielded a call from a woman purporting to be a doctor’s secretary.