GREENWICH, Conn. Three men from the Bronx were arrested in Greenwich and charged with trying to obtain drugs with a fake prescription, police said.
Walgreens pharmacy on East Putnam Avenue notified police on Dec. 6 that Ronald Shawn Harrison was trying to use a fraudulent prescription. Police found Harrison, 25, of 950 Evergreen Ave., Apt 2M, in the pharmacy waiting area. Police said he told them he was driven to Greenwich with two other men who were waiting in the parking lot.
The two, Gabriel Ramos, 25, of 590 E. 167th St., Apt. E, and Richard Anthony Rolon, 25, of 1938 Bronxdale Ave., Apt. 1, were detained in the parking lot in the car matching the description given by Harrison.
All three were charged with conspiracy to possess narcotics and criminal attempt at possession of narcotics. Harrison was additionally charged with forgery and obtaining a controlled substance by forgery. Ramos was also charged with interfering with an officer.
Harrison was released on a promise to appear in court on Dec. 20. Ramos and Rolon each posted a $1,000 bond and were released to appear in court the same day.
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