A forty four-yr-previous nurse who labored within the Putnam County Jail for a personal firm is behind bars on a number of costs of theft and prescription drug possession after antibiotics and different medicine have been taken out of the Putnam County Jail, in line with the Sheriff’s Workplace.
Tina Sue Anderson of County Street 21 in Hawthorne is being held on $137,500 bail on 10 counts of possession of a medicine with no prescription, 5 extra for theft, and one rely every of training drugs and not using a license and distributing amphetamines, in accordance with the Sheriff’s Workplace.
Anderson was employed by MTC Medical, contracted to offer medical look after Putnam County Jail inmates, the Sheriff’s Workplace stated. When an inmate’s remedy is completed, MTC Medical’s docs and nurses are purported to return unused medicine to the pharmacy, the Sheriff’s Workplace stated.
When deputies found uncommon exercise surrounding disposal of treatment left over when inmates are launched from jail about three weeks in the past, detectives started an investigation. Investigators discovered antibiotics and different treatment was being stolen from the jail and MTC Medical after inmate releases, the Sheriff’s Workplace stated. The investigation additionally revealed that Anderson had a authorized prescription for her personal narcotic treatment, however some had been bought no less than as soon as to a member of the family, the Sheriff’s Workplace stated.
Anderson was arrested Wednesday afternoon, and is now within the St. Johns County Jail since she labored with inmates at present housed in Putnam’s facility, in response to the Sheriff’s Workplace.