Preston pharmacy in Weston, Pa., was evacuated after three overdoses in three days, the Pennsylvania State Police said Monday.
The incident happened just hours after a woman was found dead inside the pharmacy and the building was vandalized, said Sgt. Paul Gebhard, a State Police spokesman.
Two days earlier, a man was found unresponsive inside a pharmacy in St. Clair County.
Gebholtson said the pharmacy was closed for a day before it reopened.
The pharmacy, which has no signage, is located in a residential neighborhood.
Gabbard’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Associated Press reported that police were investigating vandalism.
The store’s address was not immediately available.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has said it will open a new pharmacy, in the city of Lehigh, to serve the state’s largest pharmacy system.
Gabisz, the pharmacy manager, was released on a $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Lehigh County Court in November.
His next court appearance was scheduled for March 11.