Missouri paramedic replaced pain-killing drugs with water
September 13, 2017
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A former employee of two northwest Missouri ambulance service has admitted that he replaced pain-killing drugs in ambulances with sterile water.
Federal prosecutors say 31-year-old Joseph Comstock pleaded guilty Tuesday to tampering with a consumer product.
The crimes occurred with while he worked for the NTA Ambulance District in Bethany and the Community Ambulance District of Daviess County in Gallatin.
Prosecutors say Comstock emptied vials of morphine and fentanyl for his personal use and replaced them with sterile water.
He told prosecutors he started tamperin...