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Indiana man faces felony charges


A preliminary hearing is scheduled today for an Indiana man accused of using forged prescriptions to obtain drugs from six pharmacies in IndianaCounty last year.

29-year-old Adam Vanderneck faces thirteen counts each of forgery, procuring drugs by forgery, and acquiring controlled substances by misrepresentation.  Acquiring drugs by misrepresentation is a felony.

State police say Vanderneck forged a physician’s signature on prescription forms and passed them at the Kmart, Martins, and
CVS pharmacies in White Township, at Gatti Pharmacy and Rite Aid in Indiana Borough, and at the Walmart Pharmacy in Burrell Township between June and December of last year. 

Vanderneck is free on $75,000 unsecured bond.  He is due before District Judge Susanne Steffee at
2:45 this afternoon.

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