Local pharmacy reportedly investigated


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The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), along with various law enforcement agencies, was reportedly at a Chapmanville Pharmacy Wednesday morning executing to a federal administration inspection warrant.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. — The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), along with various law enforcement agencies, was reportedly at a local pharmacy Wednesday morning executing a federal administration inspection warrant.

A federal administration inspection warrant is used to check for contraband or other evidence that may be in non-compliance with the law.

Chapmanville Pharmacy, located across from the former Workman’s IGA, is currently closed due to the DEA presence.

Logan County Sheriff Sonya M. Dingess Porter reportedly told media outlets that the warrant is due to an open investigation being conducted by her office, along with the DEA and the West Virginia Board of Pharmacies.

No other details are being released at this time and there is no timetable as to how long the investigation will take place.

The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), along with various law enforcement agencies, was reportedly at a Chapmanville Pharmacy Wednesday morning executing to a federal administration inspection warrant.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_IMG_5019-CMYK.jpgThe DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), along with various law enforcement agencies, was reportedly at a Chapmanville Pharmacy Wednesday morning executing to a federal administration inspection warrant. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

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