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A Mill Basin pharmacy employee was arrested when it was discovered that she was dispensing drugs at amazing rebates, officials alleged.

Prescriptions were optional as well, prosecutors said as they hit 26-year-old Farah Razvi-Hatti with multiple counts of petit larceny, criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal sale of a controlled substance this week.

Cops were alerted to Razvi-Hatti’s alleged illegal practices by her employer, the owner of Care Pharmacy, 5915 Avenue N, after it was discovered that she had given two select customers hundreds of dollars in merchandise for $12 and $32 apiece, according to prosecutors.

A further investigation revealed that she had given four others a number of Hydrocodone pills, a strong painkiller, without a prescription between December and the beginning of February, officials alleged.

Where: 5915 Avenue N
Updated Oct. 21, 2011
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