A Stamford man was arrested via warrant on Monday, Aug. 20, in connection with a July 2 incident in which he allegedly attempted to pass a forged prescription at several Greenwich pharmacies.
According to police, Eric Ross Telesco, 25, turned himself in upon learning of the warrant for his arrest.
Police said Telesco attempted to pass a forged prescription for a "controlled drug" at five different pharmacy locations in Greenwich.
Police said after speaking with employees at a pharmacy on Greenwich Avenue, they were able to determine that Telesco was the one who had attempted to pass the forged prescription slip.
Telesco was charged with second degree forgery; five counts of criminal attempt to possess narcotics; and five counts of criminal attempt to obtain a controlled drug by fraud. He was released on a promise to appear in court on Aug. 28.
Tanita L. Harrison, 39, of Port Chester, NY was arrested via warrant and charged with evading responsibility and improper passing on Aug. 20.
Police said Harrison's arrest is on connection with a Aug. 7 accident that occurred on Ritch Avenue.
Harrison posted a $50 bond and is due in court on Sept. 5.