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Pharmacies caught in ocycodone battlefield

Don Cantalino exhibits his newly installed surveillance cameras

Don Cantalino exhibits his newly installed surveillance cameras inside his pharmacy. The recent pharmacy shootings have also prompted Cantalino to get a Nassau pistol permit. (Jan. 6, 2012) Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Pharmacies caught in ocycodone battlefield

Michael Nastro, owner of Fairview Pharmacy and Home
Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Michael Nastro, owner of Fairview Pharmacy and Home Care Supplies, helps a customer as a security camera keeps watch. (Jan. 4, 2012)

Michael Nastro, owner of Fairview Pharmacy, was so
Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

Michael Nastro, owner of Fairview Pharmacy, was so rattled by the recent pharmacy shootings that he has increased his security measures, including installing eight security cameras. (Jan. 4, 2012)

Don Cantalino exhibits his newly installed surveillance cameras
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Don Cantalino exhibits his newly installed surveillance cameras inside his pharmacy. The recent pharmacy shootings have also prompted Cantalino to get a Nassau pistol permit. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Pharmacist Don Cantalino in Uniondale is so alarmed
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Pharmacist Don Cantalino in Uniondale is so alarmed by recent shootings at pharmacies that he's decided to get a Nassau pistol permit. "My new theory is that I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by six." He has also upgraded their alarm system and panic buttons at his pharmacy. (Jan. 6, 2012)

Don Cantalino of Uniondale Chemists, right, helps a
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost

Don Cantalino of Uniondale Chemists, right, helps a customer at the counter. (Jan. 4, 2012)

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