By Tony Gonzalez|
The News Virginian
Waynesboro police are investigating a case of contaminated medication that made a 1-year-old boy sick, according to authorities and court records.
Recently unsealed search warrants describe a police investigation into medicine that made a Staunton child “very ill” in June. During treatment at Augusta Health in Fishersville, doctors discovered an unexpected drug in the boy’s system, the warrant states.
Police Sgt. Kelly Walker said detectives are waiting on lab results to determine if the medication was contaminated at its factory of production, at the CVS pharmacy on West Main Street or after the family obtained it.
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