An 81-year-old pharmacist in Niagara Falls was arrested for allegedly ordering a customer to strip off her clothes before he would fill her prescriptions, local authorities said. Robert Kenzia, the long time pill dispenser at McLeod’s Pharmacy on Buffalo Avenue, was busted by local police Tuesday and charged with coercion, WKBW reported. According to the...
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