On Monday, March 24th, 2014, Defendants, Stephen Chapman and Sarah Chapman, entered non-negotiated, guilty pleas, to multiple felony controlled substance offenses, before Superior Court Judge David K. Smith, in criminal action number 13 CR 2358, with each defendant receiving a Fifteen (15) year sentence, requiring completion of the “Residential Substance Abuse Program”, an incarceration program, for inmates with substance abuse issues, operated by the Georgia Department of Correction, followed by serving any remaining time on probation and payment of a $5,000.00 fine. The Chapmans, were further prohibited while serving on probation, from being employed in any occupation that required coming into contact with or handling prescription drugs.
According to reports, both Chapmans were employed with Floyd Urgent Care when the crimes occurred. Sarah Chapman would forge prescriptions and have her husband fill them at nearby pharmacies. The couple gained access to Soma, Hydrocodone and Lortab through their actions
According to reports, both Chapmans worked at Floyd Urgent Care. Sarah Chapman would forge prescritpions and then have her husband fill them at nearby pharmacies. The couple gained access to Soma, Hydrocodone and Lortab therough their actions.