A pharmacist in west Kentucky was charged by a federal grand jury indictment for stealing medications.
United States Attorney Russell Coleman announced Thursday that 34-year-old Kyle Humphrey of Benton is charged with stealing pre-retail prescription medications, mislabeling prescription medication in order to defraud or mislead and wrongful use of health information.
The indictment said Humphrey concealed nearly two dozen medications and altered a label while working in a Calloway County pharmacy.
These medications include: Finasteride, Allopurinol, Eliquis, Strattera, ProAir HFA, Farxiga, Cefprozil, Tamiflu, Duloxetine, Aripiprazole, Ergocalciferol, Levofloxacin, Bystolic, Xarelto, Clindamycin Palmitate HCL, Mylan Norethindrone tablets, Camilia Norethindrone tablets, Testosterone gel tubes, and Testosterone Cypionate.
Between April and August 2017, Humphrey altered the labeling of allopurinol, a drug uric acid reducer that treats kidney stones and gout.
The indictment also said he obtained identifiable health information and intended to use it for personal gain.
Humphrey faces a separate felony charge for being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. He could face up to 43 years in prison if convicted of all charges.