Top 3 Covington County pharmacies received more than 10 million units of opioids

Published 12:00 am Saturday, August 24, 2019

According to data collected by the Drug Enforcement agency, three pharmacies in Covington County each received shipments of more than 3 million dosage units of opioids over a six-year span.

On July 15, 2019, Judge Dan Aaron Polster of the Northern District of Ohio ordered data covering opioid shipments from 2006 to 2012 to be made publicly available.

Darby’s Village Pharmacy on East Three Notch Street received 3.5 million, the old City Drug Store on South Three Notch Street received 3.3 million and the Florala Pharmacy received 3.2 million.

Other pharmacies in the county received:

Wal-Mart Pharmacy – 2.3 million

Mallete Drug Company – 1.4 million

Ted’s Pharmacy – 1 million

Harco Inc. – 1.1 million

Larry’s Prescriptions – 704,200

Harco Inc., in Opp – 1 million

Fred’s Pharmacy in Opp – 739,315

T and C Pharmacy in Opp – 432,770

Ted’s Pharmacy at Roquemore William Ted – 209,610

Pharm-A-Care East – 205,970

Fred’s Pharmacy in Andalusia – 80,875

Darby’s Village Pharmacy on South Three Notch – 51,495

Alabama CVS Pharmacy in Andalusia – 32,245

Moody Drug Company in Florala – 22,925