Updated:WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa.,None — A former Turtle Creek police officer accused of impersonating a public servant to get blank prescriptions will stand trail.
Investigators said Mark Fisher, of Irwin, wore his old uniform when he arrived at a doctor's office in Mt. Pleasant. Fisher said he was working on an undercover investigation and needed blank prescriptions, police said.
His charges include forgery and impersonating a public servant.
On Thursday, Fisher's case was waived to trail.
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