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Ex-nurse sentenced for drug theft at Fremont nursing home
Alissa Durgin, 31, of Raymond pleaded guilty to a drug possession charge in Rockingham County Superior Court as part of a plea agreement with state prosecutors.
The Board of Nursing issued an emergency suspension of Durgin’s license on June 7, and her nursing license expired last August, according to state records.
State investigators matched Durgin’s DNA to the stolen patch, Denise Nies, executive director of the New Hampshire Board of Nursing, said in an emergency order.
Had Durgin been convicted at trial, she could have faced up to 3 ½ to 7 years in state prison.
State regulators say that Durgin was suspected by fellow staff members of diverting the painkiller the day after she reported “wasting” an old patch that was on the woman for three days and claimed that she replaced it with a new one.
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