Kenzia, who faces up to a year in jail, was booked and released on his own recognizance, the Gazette reported.
Acquaintances of the pharmacist expressed shock over the charges.
"When I saw it, I laughed. It's not him," Diane Curtis told WKBW. "I'm shocked, truly shocked."
MacLeod's Drugs reopened after Kenzia's arrest by police and DEA agents. An employee at the pharmacy declined to answer questions when a reporter from the Gazette visited the location.