Law enforcement arrested Edsel Bradford.

A 90-year-old man resorted to bribery and harassment to get his practical hydrocodone at a Walmart pharmacy in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Law enforcement arrested Edsel Bradford, on September 7 who was simply found screaming and cursing at pharmacy employees and customers at Walmart, 2015, according to The Chattanoogan. Bradford was also intense with police, tried to push previous officers when confronted, and struggled when he was used into custody. Walmart staff members told The Chattanoogan that Bradford provided the pharmacist $100 in trade for 10 hydrocodone tablets with out a prescription. When the pharmacist said no, Bradford allegedly made threats to obtain a gun and shoot people until he got the supplements.The accomplishment of ISO certification designates a corporate commitment to quality in the look and produce of medical devices that involves all levels of a business, states Forrest Rudnick, ABS Vice President Quality Assurance. This certification demonstrates the on-going commitment at ABS to providing the best quality services and products to our clients.

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