State licensing regulators have rescinded an emergency suspension order against a Provo pharmacist and instead placed his license to dispense drugs on probation.

On May 3, the state Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing suspended the drug dispensing license of Glen Albert Thomas, after finding he was "an immediate and significant danger to the public," the probation order said.Thomas was on a two-year licensing probation when he tested positive for drugs that were not prescribed by a physician, according to a petition attached to the order of immediate suspension.

After the emergency suspension, Thomas met with licensing officials and demonstrated he would not endanger the public, the probation order said.

Thomas' dispensing license will be on probation until May 28, when a hearing on the professional misconduct charges against him will be held before the state's pharmaceutical licensing board, the order said.