Wednesday, December 29, 2010

MMJ patient records found in dumpster

Posted By on Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 4:06 PM

Denver's 9NEWS is reporting that a blue binder full of medical marijuana patient information was found in a dumpster by Harold Morton. And the center responsible for the paperwork? Apothecary of Colorado, a widely-known Denver center.

Adam Stapen, an attorney for Apothecary of Colorado, says their patient records are "kept under lock and key to protect privacy of patients."

He says the current owners purchased the dispensary on July 1 and it is possible the patient records are from before that.

A phone call by the Indy to Wanda James, the previous co-owner, yielded nothing. James had no knowledge of the paperwork until the story broke, and would hazard no guesses as to why a folder of patient information would be in a dumpster.

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