According to Jacksonville police, an investigation was launched last June after a CVS employee became suspicious of a customer's returned enema kit and notified police.
Investigators say Robinson purchased as many as a dozen enema kits, used them, resealed the packages and then returned them to the pharmacy over a three month period.
An employee at the pharmacy became suspicious when a recently returned enema kit appeared to have been tampered with. Employees inspected other enema kits on the shelf and discovered three more kits that appeared to have been tampered with.
The Florida Department of Health tested the products and confirmed that they had been contaminated with fecal matter before they were returned to the store.
Robinson was arrested three days after he attempted to return another box to the pharmacy that had been resealed.
He has now been indicted by a federal grand jury in Jacksonville on a charge of tampering with consumer products.
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