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Lake Geneva Woman Charged After Faking Names For Prescriptions

A Lake Geneva woman is facing charges after allegedly using fake names to purchase medication. The LGRN reports that 39-year old Amy Funderburk attempted to purchase medication from a Town of Geneva pharmacy on three separate occasions. Police were contacted after a woman who claimed to be a dentist from Illinois called in for prescriptions. Funderburk reportedly purchased multiple prescriptions for multiple people. Funderburk used a doctor’s name to get the prescriptions, and when contacted, that doctor said they had never prescribed the medication for any of the pseudonyms used by Funderburk, who is charged with second offense obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, identity theft, and felony bail jumping. She was previously convicted on four counts of misappropriate ID to obtain money and was released on bond.

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