On October 17, 2017, a Madison, Indiana woman was arrested on numerous charges related to the theft of medication from a Madison pharmacy where she was an employee.
The investigation by Detective Brent Miller began in April of this year when the Indiana State Police was contacted by the Madison Walgreen’s Store about a pharmacy employee stealing medications while she was working there as a pharmacy technician. The investigation revealed that Kimberly Herrell-Stone, age 37, Madison, Indiana stole numerous medications from the pharmacy between January and April of 2017.
Walgreen’s notified the Indiana State Police after their Asset Protection Division had discovered that numerous types of medications were missing from the pharmacy. It was determined that the thefts occurred on days when Herrell-Stone was working in the pharmacy. She was also found to be in possession of some of the stolen controlled substances. At the conclusion of the investigation, the case was turned over to the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s Office for review.
On October 16, 2017, a warrant was issued for Herrell-Stone out of the Jefferson County Superior Court. Herrell-Stone was charged with Theft (level 6 felony), Possession of a Legend Drug (level 6 felony), Possession of Controlled Substance (level 6 felony), Dealing a Controlled Substance (class A misdemeanor), and three additional charges of Possession of Controlled Substance (class A misdemeanor).
On October 17, 2017, Herrell-Stone turned herself in to the Jefferson County Jail where she was incarcerated pending her initial court appearance.