A 34-year-old woman in New Mexico failed a drug test last month when she tested positive for methamphetamines. So she put a fake label on a pill bottle, and tried to convince her probation officer she had a prescription for MEDICINAL meth. Her probation officer didn't buy it, so now she's facing charges.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A New Mexico woman faces new charges after allegedly faking a prescription to fool probation officers after failing a drug test, according to the Albuquerque Journal. Ginger Sharpe, 34, who authorities had already charged with forgery in 2017, now faces two additional counts of forgery and identity theft.