VA woman charged in prescription scam

 

HAMPTON – A part-time receptionist for a dental office was arrested Friday morning on charges she forged prescriptions for drugs for her own use, said Rebecca Feaster, spokeswoman for the Virginia State Police.

Rebecca A. Hundley, 22, of the 300 block of Woodside Drive in Hampton, turned herself in at the General District Court Building about 10 a.m. She was charged with five counts of obtaining drugs by forging prescriptions.

Hundley is accused of forging three prescriptions for Percodan, a pain killer, and Valium, an anti-depressant. The other two charges involve passing forged prescriptions, Feaster said.

Hundley is an assistant manager at a clothing store but worked part-time as receptionist for a dentist’s office, Feaster said.

The State Police Pharmaceutical Unit began investigating Hundley several months ago after the pharmacy filed a complaint, Feaster said.

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