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Suspect collared in pharmacy theft

Ennis police arrested Stephanie Herrera, 25, of Ennis on an outstanding warrant after she called to report her car stolen.
Det. Lt. Ron Roark said Officer Paul Asby met with Herrera to discuss the stolen vehicle Tuesday. While speaking with Herrera, a police dispatcher advised Herrera was wanted on an Ennis police warrant for delivery of a dangerous drug.
Roark said the warrant stems from an incident April 2 when an H-E-B representative met with Ennis police to discuss a theft at the local pharmacy. The complainant said he was investigating Herrera, who was employed in the store’s pharmacy, for allegedly giving out pills under forged prescriptions. The complainant provided Officer Justyn Wilder with video surveillance of Herrera allegedly sending drugs to an unknown person in the drive-through lane outside. Roark said there was not a camera outside recording the drive-through window, so the identity of the person who received the drugs is not known.
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