Meadville Tribune: Titusville doctor given one year of probation for refusal to keep records

"A Titusville area doctor has been given one year of probation through Crawford County Court of Common Pleas for failing to keep proper records in writing prescriptions in 2014 for a painkilling drug for a man who wasn’t his patient.

Dr. William Sonnenberg, 62, of 310 W. Spruce St., Titusville, a family medicine physician with a practice in Titusville, was sentenced Tuesday by Judge Mark Stevens to 12 months probation and ordered him to pay a $250 administrative fee and $953 in court costs plus a $45 per month supervision fee as part of Sonnenberg's acceptance into the accelerated rehabilitative disposition program, according to court records."

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