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Pharmacist recognizes voice when man tries to call in fake prescription

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Brandt Klock (Source: LMDC) Brandt Klock (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – When a man tried to call in his own prescription, the pharmacist recognized his voice and called police.

According to a police report, Brandt Klock, 32, called the Walgreens on Barrett Avenue. He left a voicemail at around 8:30 a.m. requesting a prescription for clonazpam. The pharmacist is familiar with Klock and recognized his voice. She also heard rock music playing in the background.

When Klock went to pick up the medication, a detective was there to arrest him. He smelled like alcohol and admitted to drinking several beers.

Klock is being charged with alcohol intoxication and attempt to obtain controlled substance through fraud.

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