Tampered juice bottles found at CVS

February 20, 2006

Bottles of fruit juice that appeared to be tampered with were found at a CVS store near where dozens of churchgoers in Connecticut recently fell ill. The bottles contained several different brands and types of juice and were found during an inventory check, according to police.

Tampered juice bottles found at CVS

Bottles of fruit juice that appeared to be tampered with were found at a CVS store near where dozens of churchgoers in Connecticut recently fell ill. The bottles contained several different brands and types of juice and were found during an inventory check, according to police. The CVS store was shut down as a precaution, and other stores in the area were notified. The discovery came after 40 people at Calvary Baptist Church fell ill. Five people were sent to the hospital with nausea and vomiting after drinking the juice during a communion service, but nobody was seriously injured. Investigators have ruled out arsenic.

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