Former Pharmacist Gets Probation for Craigslist Ad

by Toby Roberts on February 11, 2010

Jonathan Medina, a former Connecticut pharmacist, was recently sentenced to probation after creating an online sex posting for a customer that he had an argument with.  Medina said that the day had been very busy and he was overwhelmed by it all when the woman began an argument with him about her prescription at the CVS pharmacy where he worked.

After the woman left, Medina logged on to Craigslist and posted a sex ad for “Kinky Brenda looking for a good time.” He admitted guilt to misdemeanor harassment and a felony computer crime. Court records report the woman saying she received 25 phone calls and one person arrived at her home in response to the Craigslist post.,2933,584055,00.html

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