A federal grand jury has returned a 56-count indictment alleging a local woman fraudulently obtained prescription painkillers at numerous Edmond and metro pharmacies, court records show.
Grand jurors sitting in Oklahoma City allege that from November 2013 to May 2014 Kelly Lee Moyers, 44, of Edmond, obtained controlled substances by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, deception and subterfuge, according to a complaint filed July 1 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
Released Tuesday, the complaint lists more than 20 aliases for the defendant. The first alleged incident, which involved hydrocodone, occurred Nov. 29 at the Edmond CVS pharmacy on South Bryant Avenue. the last, which also involved hydrocodone, occurred May 28 at the Edmond Wal-mart along Interstate 35.
Other listed victims in Edmond included the 15th Street Crest, Ralph’s Family Pharmacy on N.W. 178th Street and the Wal-mart on Danforth. Victims were also in Guthrie, Oklahoma City and Warr Acres.
Information related to potential penalties and defense counsel were not available.
June 3, Moyers was booked into the Oklahoma County jail. A $10,000 bond was set on a felony attempting to obtain a CDS by fraud charge.
Moyers also faces state charges in Oklahoma County District Court.
She has a July 10 preliminary hearing conference on a felony attempting to obtain a controlled dangerous substance (hydrocodone) by fraud charge filed April 10. The case is related to an Edmond Police Department arrest, records show. May 23, she appeared without counsel and entered a plea of not guilty on that charge.
In July 2009, Moyers pleaded guilty to an attempting to obtain CDS by forged prescription charge in Oklahoma County District Court, records show.
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