Top Foods Pharmacist pleads guilty in prescription scam

Milton W. Cheung, 55, of Lynnwood has entered a guilty to plea to two felonies, acquiring controlled substances by deception and misbranding drugs reports The Seattle Times.

Cheung was the pharmacy manager at Top Food and Drug pharmacy in Edmonds, Washington and we reported his arrest in September of this year. He is accused of credit card fraud, and selling expired and second hand medications.

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It is not known whether anyone suffered health problems due to taking the expired medications. The main concern was for antibiotics and some biologicals.

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