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Former EMT receives probation for theft of fentanyl
Peter McGlynn was sentenced to 42 months probation in connection with stealing 100 micrograms of fentanyl from Exeter Hospital last Jan. 16. He waived indictment and pleaded guilty in May to obtaining controlled substances by fraud.
The case prompted the patient, a Stratham woman, to file a civil lawsuit against the hospital last month in Rockingham County Superior Court. McGlynn was authorized to administer the drug at the hospital, court records say. McGlynn was ordered to not possess any other controlled substances and to remain trouble free during his probation, according to a judge’s order. He was also barred from having any weapons.
An Exeter Hospital nurse became suspicious of McGlynn’s actions soon after the 33-year-old Stratham woman was admitted to the hospital for a pain in her lower right abdomen.
A doctor ordered that the woman receive 100 micrograms of fentanyl.
The nurse later reported her concerns about McGlynn’s behavior to Exeter Hospital.
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