Anchorage woman accused of amassing drug

Posted: Thursday, May 20, 2010

ANCHORAGE - A 42-year-old Anchorage woman is accused of collecting nearly 3,500 Oxycodone pills from Southcentral Alaska pharmacies this year.

Stacey Ann Thompson is charged with almost three dozen felony drug counts.

She is accused of possessing the pain killer with intent to sell. Prosecutors say the pills have a street value of $187,000.

An affidavit filed in state court by Assistant District Attorney Katholyn Runnels says Thompson sometimes filled multiple prescriptions, typically for 120 pills each, at the same pharmacy on the same day.

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