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Hello there, and thank you for taking the time to answer our questions. I'm a coumputer engineer residing in San Diego, CA. I've been experiencing lot of back problems, and therefore, I take lotof havy medications prescribed by my primary doctor. About a week ago, I ran out of medications. And at the same time, Iwanted to change me health plan and select a different doctor. Before I did so, I called my pharmacy and told them that I was out of medications and told them that I need it more of the "VICODINE" that iI talk. So the Rx asked me what my name was, also asked me how many pills and the direction. I gave him all of the information. Then he asked me what was the doctors name, so I gave him the new doctor --Hoping that they would call my new doctor and tell him what the situation was. Three hours later, I went to pick up the medications, the pharmacist told me that it was not ready. So I went out back to the car to find my roomate under arrest by the cops. Then I got arrested my self. I was really afraid. i was told that I committed a fraud by calling in a prescription. I was taken to the police station and then un-arestted. Then was told that they will launch an investigation! I called me new doctor and told what the situatuation was. So it's cleared on his, he really understood that it was a stupid move, by both me and the cops, since I never got the medication. Please direct me in the right track.

Thank you so much for your time.
 



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