Hudson: Kristina Coleman Sentenced for Tampering

Hudson: Kristina Coleman Sentenced for Tampering

Hudson Woman, Kristina Coleman Sentenced to 15 Months for Tampering with Consumer Products and Unlawfully Obtaining Controlled Substances

CONCORD (STL.News) Kristina Coleman, 40, of Hudson, was sentenced on Friday to 15 months in federal prison for tampering with consumer products and unlawfully obtaining controlled substances, United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced today.

According to court documents and statements made in court, Coleman worked as a pharmacy technician for a retail pharmacy chain in Nashua.  In January 2019, she agreed to deliver two prescriptions to an elderly patient, which was not part of her ordinary job responsibilities.  After the delivery, the patient checked her bottles and discovered several pills were missing from her oxycodone prescription.  Further, some of the pills in the bottle were larger and had a different imprint than the others, and were later determined to be baclofen, a non-scheduled drug indicated as a muscle relaxant and anti-spasmodic agent.  Coleman admitted to law enforcement officers that she replaced some of the oxycodone in the prescription bottle with the baclofen and gave the stolen oxycodone to a friend to sell, for which she received $80.

Additional investigation revealed that Coleman had been stealing Suboxone from the pharmacy for her personal use.

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