Sebastian County Deputies Seek Public’s Help Identifying Suspect

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The Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help identifying a suspect in the case of a person fraudulently obtaining prescription medication, according to a news release Thursday (June 26).

On June 7, a female subject was caught on surveillance video at Anderson’s Pharmacy located at 700 Lexington Ave. in Fort Smith passing a prescription that doesn’t belong to her, the release states.

The vehicle she is driving is a dark colored Toyota Corolla with a temporary tag, according to the release.

Investigators would like anyone who knows the identity of the suspect to call the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office at 479-783-1051 or the River Valley Crimestoppers Tip Line at 78-CRIME.


    • Sarah 1

      Call 911 and tell them to transfer the call since the numbers don’t connect you to the correct department. Thanks!

    • rosa. j

      Thanks I believe Anderson’s is closed right now but first chance I get I will definitely call to speak to amy

  • B. D.

    Question: Could this be K. S. of social work dept, addict professor at U of A?…drinking problem as well? She appeared to have those problems when I was a grad student there two years ago…careful, even that unethical university administration will finally do the right thing if you get caught in public, ask the football coach they lost a while back about that. Don’t get caught and nothing will be done there, rest assured.

  • T.C.

    If your getting no response from the numbers listed call Anderson’s Pharmacy and ask for Amy. If she is not there ask for who is in charge and tell them you believe you know who this person is and they will take care of getting the information to her.

  • rosa. j

    Well I tried it that way and I was referred to call 7854221 number so.. I’m done trying. Hope they catch her.

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