For Immediate Release - May 21, 2013

Stall pleads guilty, placed on probation

A Chatham, New York woman pleaded guilty this afternoon in Berkshire Superior Court to several charges.  30 year old JENNIFER M. STALL appeared before Judge C. Jeffrey Kinder. 

STALL pleaded guilty to two (2) counts of CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAWS, TO WIT: UTTERING A FALSE PRESCRIPTION, two (2) counts of ATTEMPT TO COMMIT A CRIME, TO WIT: FRAUDULENTLY OBTAINING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, eight (8) counts of MAKING A FALSE HEALTH CARE CLAIM and eight (8) counts of FRAUDULENTLY OBTAINING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.  Judge Kinder placed her on 3 years probation.  During the probationary period, STALL is to refrain from using illegal drugs, undergo random testing, submit to an evaluation at a substance abuse facility with follow up treatment and allow Probation to monitor her progress.            

STALL conspired with others to obtain prescription drugs and did obtain the drugs through the use of a fraudulent prescription.  The incidents occurred in Pittsfield between March 14, 2011 and August 30, 2011.      

The investigation was conducted by Investigators assigned to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Diversion Investigative Unit.