(KNOXVILLE, Tenn.) -- A former Fentress County nurse, who performed medical procedures without the direction of a license physician, has been indicted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
A grand jury indicted James Cory Taylor, 36, of Jamestown with reckless endangerment, unlawful dispersing of a legend drug, and unlawful practice of medicine and theft under $500.
TBI agents say the investigation into Taylor began in May after a person reported that Taylor gave them prescription medication at his home and an intravenous drip without their permission.
Authorities discovered that the items were stolen by Taylor from Jamestown Regional Medical Center where he worked.
Taylor was arrested Thursday at his home, and booked into the Fentress County Jail on a $2,000 bond.
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