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Glen Burnie woman charged with prescription fraud

A Glen Burnie woman who tried to obtain oxycodone with a stolen prescription has been charged with fraud.

Christina Marie Rodgers, 30, of the 100 block Oak Springs Drive, faces numerous fraud offenses and theft under $100.

Staff at the pharmacy in the 300 block Hospital Drive in Glen Burnie called police June 27, when the suspect presented a stolen prescription for 60 tablets of the narcotic. Police discovered several other stolen prescriptions in the suspect's possession as well as six tablets, thought to be fraudulently obtained oxycodone, police said.

Mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com

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