CVS officials raised questions after audit showed suspicious prescription records


Anthony Gamm

GREENFIELD — A pharmacist faces a dozen felony charges after admitting he dipped into a store of narcotics at work, pocketing more than 780 painkiller pills over the past several months, court documents state.

Anthony Gamm, 49, of Greenwood, started working at the CVS/Pharmacy store in Greenfield early last year. After an audit of the store’s medication revealed discrepancies, he admitted that starting in October, he began logging prescriptions for fake patients and taking the pills himself, court records state.

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