Kenyon Neal Lyle pleaded guilty in August to tampering with consumer products and obtaining a controlled substance by fraud.
The Tri-City Herald reported that the investigation began in 2009 after a pharmacy customer discovered two boxes of painkilling patches were empty. When the customer went back to complain, the pharmacy manager accused her of lying to get more drugs.
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