Two Marylanders Charged in Manassas Prescription Fraud Case
Prince William County Police said the two accused drove to Manassas from Baltimore County, MD.
Prince William County Police have charged two suspects from Maryland with obtaining drugs by fraud and distribution of a schedule I or II narcotic [oxycodone] following an investigation by the Street Crimes Unit.
Police said detectives assisted patrol officers with an investigation into a "possible forgery of prescription medications."
"The investigation revealed that the two accused individuals drove from Baltimore County in Maryland on Sept. 5 in an attempt to pass fraudulent prescriptions at the Walgreens located at 6400 Hoadly Rd. in Manassas," said a press release from the police. "As a result of the investigation, an undisclosed amount of U.S. currency was seized."
Tanika Monique Washington, 21, of Baltimore, MD has a court date set for Oct. 12 and she is currently held on a $1,500 secured bond, police said.
Leon Jordan Caughman, 44, of of Elkton, MD has a court date set for Oct. 12. He is being held without bond, police said.