Woman arrested for obtaining drugs by fraud



    NASHVILLE – A hospice employee was arrested for obtaining drugs by fraud.
    On Jan. 11, the Nashville Police Department received a “report from Enos Campbell regarding someone getting prescriptions for hydrocodone in his name,” Nashville Investigator Larry Marion stated via press release.
    “During the investigation, it was discovered that Wendy Kinkade presented eight prescriptions to Power Pharmacy and three at Wal-Mart in Mr. Campbell’s name. These prescriptions were presented between June and Dec. 2015,” according to the press release.
    “Kinkade was employed by Ouachita Regional Hospice and caring for Mr. Campbell. On Jan. 22, Kinkade was interviewed at the Nashville Police Department regarding the investigation. After the interview, Kinkade was arrested and taken to [the] Howard County Jail.”
    Kinkade, 30, of Nashville, was arrested for obtaining drugs by fraud and was issued a $2,500 bond and bonded out that day.