Violation Tracker Individual Record

Larry's Drive-In Pharmacy
April 16, 2018
Primary Offense: 
Controlled Substances Act violation
Secondary Offense: 
consumer protection violation
Violation Description: 

The West Virginia Attorney General reached a $550,000 settlement with a pharmacy that stood accused of providing nearly 10 million doses of highly addictive prescription painkillers in just 11 years - all for a county with fewer than 25,000 residents. The company was accused of violations of the state's Consumer Protection and Credit Act, as well as unfair methods of competition, negligence, unjust enrichment, creating a public nuisance and intentional acts and omissions.

Level of Government: 
Action Type: 
agency action
West Virginia Attorney General
Civil or Criminal Case: 
Facility State: 
West Virginia
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Parent company note: 
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