Police arrested three Baltimore residents in a Manchester Township pharmacy for allegedly trying to pass a forged prescription for painkillers, police said.
It happened about 7:50 p.m. Friday at the CVS pharmacy, 1500 N. George St.
Northern York County Regional Police said Holly Elizabeth MacGregor tried to pass the forged prescription, which was in someone else's name. Police were called and arrested all three at the scene.
Officers found seven other forged or fake prescriptions in the trio's car, police said.
MacGregor, 28, of South Woodlynn Road, is charged with forgery, attempted possession of a controlled substance and violating the pharmacy act.
Two men with MacGregor are charged with the same offenses. They are Kevin Parker, 26, of 3512 Frederick Ave., and Lawrance Price Jr., 29, of 401 Shade Tree Place.