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Physical Therapist Accused of Stealing Client's Medication

Physical Therapist Accused of Stealing Client's Medication



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(KSL News) A Utah County physical therapist is in jail today, accused of stealing medication from a client.

James Nackos was arrested on suspicion of burglary, theft and illegal possession of prescription drugs.

Police caught up with him during a sting Tuesday, after one of his clients videotaped Nackos getting into the client's car.

Police say Nackos would occupy the client on a therapy machine, take her keys and steal from her car.

Nackos has a professional therapy license but also has a history of drug problems. Police are investigating whether there are other victims.

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