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January 13, 2010

W.Va. paramedic accused of stealing from patient turns self in

Hidden camera's video footage aids in arrest

By Edward Marshall
The Journal

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A Berkeley County Emergency Ambulance Authority paramedic accused of stealing prescription painkillers from patients who included a blind woman and a Hedgesville man who was suffering a heart attack turned herself in Tuesday after authorities obtained warrants for her arrest.

Tracey Jo Wise, 34, of Berkeley Springs, was arraigned on two felony counts of fraudulently obtaining a controlled substance and later was released after posting bail.

At one point during the investigation, she was caught on video removing a fake bottle of OxyContin from a county ambulance after a hidden camera was installed inside, according to court records.

Full story: Statement indicated Wise had twice stolen prescription medications from patients

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