SC: NMB urgent care employee forged doctor’s signature for oxycodone & Adderal, warrants claim

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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WPDE) — A North Myrtle Beach urgent care employee illegally bought opioids and stimulants from pharmacies by forging a doctor’s signature, according to arrest warrants.

Lora Lee Jacome, 53, of North Myrtle Beach, is facing seven counts of manufacturing, distribution, or possession of drugs, stemming from incidents that occurred between November and January, the arrest warrants confirm.

Investigators claim Jacome distributed oxycodone to a patient by issuing prescriptions bearing the false signature of a doctor. She also forged the doctor’s signature on prescriptions for Adderall, investigators said.

Arrest warrants further that she was employed at MEDcare Urgent Care on Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach at the time of the incidents.

Warrants claim the doctor confirmed the signatures were not his.

Jacome admitted to signing the doctor’s name and issuing the prescription without his knowledge, according to investigators.

She also is charged with buying oxycodone and Adderal from local CVS and Walgreens pharmacies by using a forged prescription.

The pharmacy claims to have recorded her driver’s license when she picked up the drugs.

Jacome told investigators the prescriptions were for someone else, but the report did not say whom.

Jacome has been released from the J. Reuben Long Detention Center on a $70,000 bond.

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