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Man Charged With Selling Phony Viagra On Line

Man Charged With Selling Phony Viagra On Line

A man in his forties was arrested on the city’s north side today and charged with selling phony Viagra and other so-called ‘male enhancement drugs’ on line, 1200 WOAI news reports.

 

“A total of about 704 pills were taken into custody that this guy was selling on line, posing as the actual drugs,” Officer Roger Zuniga said.

 

The man will face two state jail felony charges of illegal counterfeiting and selling of unauthorized drugs.

 

Zuniga said the drugs that were sold contained different dosages of potentially dangerous chemicals and could have been ‘catastrophic’ for people who took them. He didn’t know if the drugs led to any injuries or deaths.

 

The man is also charged with violating trademark protections on the drugs.

 

Zuniga said the drugs require a doctors prescription but they were being sold anonymously on line without any medical oversight, which should make any buyers think twice before putting money down.

 

He said additional arrests are possible.

 

 

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