Pharmacist’s controlled drugs theft sentence reduced

A pharmacist has successfully appealed his sentence for stealing addictive drugs with a wholesale price of $20,747 from his employer In late 2017, Jason David Meiers appeared before the Hervey Bay Magistrate’s Court and pleaded guilty to stealing controlled drugs while working as a pharmacist in Maryborough. He was convicted of one offence as stealing

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