The Williamsburg pharmacist convicted in February on federal charges of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and dispensing controlled substances to patients outside the scope of professional service was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison Tuesday. Kim Jones was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison following her conviction for unlawfully filling prescriptions and loaning prescriptions to customers at Kim’s Hometown Pharmacy. Kimberly Jones, 53, who owned and operated Kim’s Hometown Pharmacy appeared before U.S. District Court Judge Gregory VanTatenhove in London for formal sentencing on the seven counts on which a jury had found her guilty.
Williamsburg pharmacist sentenced in federal court Tuesday
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