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HSE man 'stole drugs at hospital' COURTS.

A HSE worker has appeared in court on charges of stealing prescription drugs and forging doctors' signatures.

Wilson Abel, 31, is facing 24 separate charges, including 12 counts of stealing ampules of fentanyl citrate from a woman at St Mary's Orthopaedic Hospital, Cork.

The offences are alleged to have taken place earlier this year and on dates in 2007.

He is also accused of forging the signatures of a number of doctors on the Dangerous Drugs Register at the same hospital on various dates last year.

Abel, of Sarsfields Road, Cork, was remanded on bail until June 12 to Cork District Court.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 13, 2008
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