JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – A woman is behind bars for trying to getprescription under a fake name and fleeing arrest.
On Thursday, the Target pharmacist received a call requesting tohave her prescription transferred from Walgreens in Fort Smith to the Target inJonesboro.
The pharmacist became suspicious and contacted her supposed doctorto confirm that her request was real. The doctor then faxed the pharmacist a letterstating he never prescribed Tramadol to a patient by the name of April Wink.That is when the pharmacist called the police.
Jonesboro Police responded to Target a few minutes later, theofficer advised the woman presenting the fake identity that she would bearrested.
According to JPD, the suspect stated she had a medical proceduredone recently to her and she requested to go to the restroom before beinghandcuffed. The suspect signaled to the officer that she had blood stains belowher waist.
The officer took the woman to the restroom from the LossPrevention Office in Target when she took off attempting to escape. She wascaught just outside the business and placed in handcuffs.
She then continued the story that she was Annette Hailey born in1982 but when the officer ran her name through dispatch they were unable to geta return.
She insisted she was Annette Hailey and minutes later demanded tosee her mom who had just pulled up to the business. The officer walked towardsthe relative and asked for her real name.
The mother told the officer that the suspects name was LandraGuntharp. The woman seemed unaware of that name.
Dispatch ran her real name this time and stumbled upon warrants.
She is now being held at the Craighead County Detention Center,facing charges for fleeing charge and outstanding warrants.