Posted: Oct 16, 2013 2:51 PM by KATC
A 33-year-old Iowa man is accused of attempting to fill a forged prescription.
On October 11, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office deputies were dispatched to a Moss Bluff pharmacy in reference to Garet G. Hall allegedly attempting to fill a forged prescription.
According to deputies, the doctor whose name was on the prescription did not authorize the prescription.
During further investigation, deputies conducted a search of his truck and recovered several stolen blank prescription pads from a local doctor's office, three firearms which included two handguns and one rifle, an unmarked bottle containing 25 Percacet pills, and approximately $1,800 in cash.
Hall was arrested at the pharmacy and charged with attempting to obtain CDS by fraud; prohibited acts (possession of blank prescription pads); possession of CDS II (Percacet); and illegal carrying of weapons in presence of CDS. He was released on a $4,000 bond set by Judge Kent Savoie.