Former Kentucky EMT Took Medicine Meant for Patients

Willis admitted she broke the seal on at least two vials containing a pain medication called fentanyl citrate


 
 

WKYT.com | | Monday, May 7, 2012


MONTICELLO, Ky. -- A federal judge sentenced a former EMS paramedic in Monticello to two years in prison Thursday for tampering with pain medication that belonged to the EMS.

U.S. District Court Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove sentenced 49-year-old Susie Willis for tampering with a consumer product.

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