CVS. The Home Of Crazy-Ass Creepy Pharmacists Maybe You Shouldn't Trust.

We may have a winner for the Lloyd Duplantis Jr. "Most Insane Pharmacist Ever" award. To Norwalk, Connecticut we go, via the magic of the internet and thehour.com.

Nine months after The Hour alerted the public that a CVS pharmacist had allegedly used a customer's personal information to post a kinky sex ad on Craigslist about her, police have applied for a warrant for his arrest.

Jonathan Medina -- formerly a pharmacist at the CVS branch on the corner of Westport Avenue and Willard Road -- will be charged with two counts of second-degree harassment and two counts of computer crimes. Police said they believe Medina has left the state of Connecticut.

"Norwalk police prevailed," said the victim, whose name is being withheld by The Hour. "They did everything they could to find him."


Sooooo.....nine months after a crime is committed, the police "prevail" by applying for a warrant for the arrest of someone they think has left the state. I wonder if the standards for police work are a little lower in Connecticut, or if the victim is just incredibly easy to please. Maybe she confused the words "failed" and "prevailed." Just goes to show why everyone should own a good dictionary.

According to the victim, she went to CVS on Aug. 11 at approximately 9:15 p.m. to pick up several prescriptions. When she arrived, Medina allegedly told her there were no refills remaining on two of the medications she takes daily.

The victim said she asked Medina why he hadn't called her doctor to have the prescriptions refilled as many pharmacists will do or advised her earlier in the day when she called that there was a problem.

Medina became rude and then grudgingly agreed to her request for a day's supply of medication until her doctor could be contacted, according to the victim.

But the victim said she was so taken aback by her treatment, she asked for the name and number of Medina's supervisor. She said the pharmacist scrawled the information on a piece of paper and shoved it across the counter at her. That's when she decided to leave.

At 6:30 a.m. the next morning, the victim said she was awakened by a disturbing phone call from an unknown man asking her about the kinky, sexual promises she made in her ad.

Confused, the victim, who is married, at first thought it was a prank until the caller provided personal details that convinced her there was an ad posted on Craigslist.

The victim discovered the headlines for the ad read "Kinky (victim's name) looking for a good time" and "Busty (victim's name) looking for a good time in Norwalk" The ad copy exaggerated certain parts of her body, included offers of nontraditional sex and insinuated the victim was full of sexual stamina by assuring potential men that "twice is nice, if you can."

The ad also told potential partners she would be available "24/7" for them and included her street address and telephone number, which led one man who answered the ad to her door where he was greeted by the victim's angry husband.


Bet that was a little awkward. Just goes to show why you should always call ahead when answering ads for kinky sex on Craigslist.

But seriously, this fuck does something like this over a no refill? A no refill? For Christ's sake dummies who can't keep track of their own refills stopped getting so much as an eye roll from me years ago. I mean really, save something like this for the people who ask why you had to go to college to just stand around and count pills all day, that would be my advice.

Anyway, if you know where this dumbass is, call the Norwalk police at (203) 854-3111, and hope they don't "prevail" 9 months later by applying for a search warrant.

Thanks to the alert reader who tipped me to the story.


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