CMPD officer accused of using fake prescriptions for opioids
Wolfe (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police)
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A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officer was charged Tuesday with fraudulently acquiring opioids.
Officer Jennifer Wolfe, 37, is charged with 5 counts of acquiring schedule II managed substance by fraud. She was arrested round 12:30 p.m.
Investigators say they have been contacted by an worker of Danze Dentistry in Matthews on August 14. They are saying Wolfe had gotten pretend prescriptions for ache killers from one other worker on the apply.
The worker of the dental apply, Roberta Porter, was additionally arrested. There isn’t a phrase on her fees.
Wolfe, who has been with the division since April 2011, was positioned on administrative depart.
“I’m dissatisfied and saddened that one among our officers is being charged with this critical offense,” CMPD Chief Kerr Putney stated in a press release after Wolfe’s arrest. “The women and men of this group are common individuals, who face the identical challenges as the remainder of our group. Sadly, we aren’t immune from the rising opioid epidemic. We symbolize the regulation and should maintain ourselves accountable once we violate it.”