Police: Woman used fake name to get prescription at Thompson Hospital

The Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrest of an Albion resident following an incident at F.F. Thompson Hospital.

Krystle Hughson, 36, of Albion was charged with first-degree falsifying business documents after allegedly using a fake name to obtain prescription medications at the hospital.

The alleged incident occurred on June 20th, according to police.

Police say Hughson was attempting to obtain a controlled substance by using the fake identification.

She was transported to the Ontario County Jail. Additional charges are pending, according to police.

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