A Cleveland Clinic pharmacist caught on camera stealing prescription pills was indicted, according to Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
Cleveland Clinic police said on June 2, 2015, Agency Pharmacist James Lindon, working at the Cleveland Clinic Crile Pharmacy, removed five Hydrocodone tablets from a patient prescription bottle of 40 and placed them in his left pants pocket.
Police said Lindon's actions were caught on a security camera. When he was confronted by officers, Lindon quickly removed four of the pills and ate them.
Lindon, 52, of Avon, was indicted on one count of theft, one count of drug possession, and one count of tampering with evidence.