He must have been one hell of a dumbass to not notice medication and cash missing. You sure he wasn't also dipping in?<quoted text>
A pharmacy can step up drug screening and do background checks. That would certainly help. But it is going to happen and it's a matter of catching them. My husband has a pharmacy and had a person that worked for him for 16 years. He trusted her with his life and she was robbing him blind of drugs and money. I finally caught her but it tore him up to know that someone he trusted so completely would do that. So now, he makes sure he doesn't put his full trust in anyone that works for him. I hate the world has come to this. Years ago a handshake was a deal maker and men kept their word. Very sad that is not how it is anymore.
One primary thing that needs done by the state is that the paperwork on certain medications needs monitored closely.
How can $5000 worth of oxy go missing and nobody notices?
Because the state is not keeping track close enough.