Saturday, March 19, 2016

Woman arrested, accused of stealing fentanyl from hospital

Police say a Springfield woman stole an IV bag from the room of patient she was visiting.

www.nh1.com    

5 comments :

  1. Poor girl, she looks like she needs it.

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  2. Former beauty contest winner discovers fentanyl restores beauty. It appears she was arrested before she got to use the stolen remedy...

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  3. After working years in Healthcare I have never heard of anything so low.Peter Shumlin is doing a wonderful job of the addiction crisis. .not..

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  4. Kissing booth favorite will be seeking rehab to avoid going to jail. Its not fair to jail someone just because they have a drug problem and stole some drugs from a hospital patient. The patient was just given a new IV of fentanyl. What's the big deal?

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  5. Bob Lombard3/21/16, 7:03 PM

    Shakespeare's 'milk of human kindness' is still mostly vinegar, eh? Looks like a whole lot of weeping was going on shortly before that photo was taken. Takes a rare beauty to shine through tears, and hers ain't rare.

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