A Logan pharmacist, who was reprimanded in 1965 and had his license placed on six-months suspension in 1981, has now been put on indefinite probation by licensing regulators, an order said.
Spencer Foulger Klomp, owner of Spence's Pharmacy North and Spence's Pharmacy South in Logan, admitted to investigators last year that he had self-administered tablets and vials of Meperidine, which showed up missing in an audit of one of his pharmacies, an order said.According to the order issued by the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Klomp was reprimanded by the division in 1965 for dispensing drugs to a customer without a valid prescription. In 1981, his licenses to practice and dispense were suspended for six months following a drug dependency induced seizure.
During the indefinite probation, Klomp can still practice but must also abstain from drug abuse, submit to random urinalysis and continue counseling, the order said.
Klomp's attorney, C. DeMont Judd, said he is still reviewing the order issued March 20, but his client is for the most part satisfied with it.