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Prescription drug possession a growing problem

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A local Publix pharmacist decided to keep the medications he was supposed to be dispensing, and this afternoon..he’s behind bars because of it. 28-year-old Joshua Barton was caught on surveillance tape at the Hunters Crossing Publix this week stealing a bottle of the pain killing drug, hydrocodone. He had stolen 45 hundred dollars worth of drugs over a period of three months.

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