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(Eugene, OR)  --  A Eugene pharmacist is accused of stealing narcotic tablets with a street value of up to 300-thousand-dollars.  Eugene police say 33-year-old Benjamin James O'Rourke is reported to have tampered with drug records for nearly a year and stolen thousands of pills including amphetamine, morphine, hydromorphone and oxycodone in a variety of milligram sizes.  Authorities say the thefts took place while O'Rourke was employed at the Bi-Mart store on River Road.  O'Rourke was booked on dozens of counts into the Lane County Jail.

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