by Janelle Howell on March 13, 2012
Westport News has reported that former Lehman Brothers executive Bradley Jack, was arrested and charged in Connecticut with forging a prescription for a controlled substance. This is the second time in less than a year he has been charged for the crime.
Bradley Jack, who was an investment banking chief at Lehman, was charged by Westport police on Friday with second-degree forgery, which stems from an incident last November when he “is said to have forged the date of a prescription for a controlled substance at a CVS pharmacy that was made out to him by a Fairfield doctor.”
Mr. Jack posted his $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court on March 21st.
Last June, Mr. Jack was charged with second-degree forgery and forgery of prescription after police arrested him for trying to get Oxycontin and Ritalin pills from a local CVS pharmacy. He entered a rehabilitation center in August with the permission of the court, and if completed successfully he will avoid prosecution on the drug charges.
No word if this new arrest will effect the prior court arrangement.
Janelle Howell is the Managing Director of Online Media Operations at Compliance Search Group, the Editor-in-Chief of CompliancEX and a freelance writer based in New York.