A man was arrested Monday after authorities say he used replicated UCF letterhead to obtain prescription drugs, according to a report on WFTV.
Ryan Muscanell, 24, faces one count of attempting to obtain drugs by fraud and his bond was set at $2,000.
Muscanell is accused of fabricating letterhead from the UCF Health Center and writing prescriptions for codeine -- a pain reliever -- that he tried to get filled, according to WFTV.
According to UCF records, Muscanell is not a student.
Records show that Muscanell was arrested in 2010 on charges of battery on a law enforcement officer and trespassing.
Because the case is ongoing, the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation could not comment.
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