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Pharmacist charged with stealing drugs from Haggen

Pharmacist charged with stealing drugs from Haggen

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KGMI News Reporting
By Tracy Ellis

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – A pharmacy technician is accused of stealing from Haggen to support her drug habit.

Haggen has no comment on its former employee, Tammy Jacobsen, but the Washington State Pharmacy Commission does.

The commission says its investigation found that Jacobsen stole $35,000 worth of drugs and an undisclosed amount of cash from several Haggen pharmacies.

Her license was suspended when she didn’t respond to the commission’s inquiries.

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