A Georgia woman is behind bars after reportedly attempting to fill a fake Codeine prescription in Conway over the weekend.
Authorities were called out to the Kroger on Salem Road on Saturday after pharmacy staff suspected the Georgia woman was attempting to fill a fraudulent prescription.
Milan Livingston-Stone, 22, is charged with fraud or deceit to procure a narcotic drug, forgery and identity fraud following the incident. She is currently being held in the Faulkner County Detention Center in lieu of a $5,000 bond.
A Kroger pharmacist told police who responded to the scene that Livingston-Stone had given her a prescription for Phenergan-Codeine and "stated that she was picking the medicine up for her step-father and that she would come back to pick it up when it was ready," according to a probable cause affidavit.
After calling Freeman Family Medicine about the prescription, the affidavit states employees soon learned Livingston-Stone was attempting to fill a fake prescription.
"[A pharmacist] also stated they called the doctor to confirm the prescription and it came back as [a] false document," the responding officer wrote in his report. "Freeman Family Medicine wanted to prosecute the suspect for forgery ... [and the pharmacist] provided to me a copy of the script."
Police say the Livingston-Stone lied about her identity when officers first began questioning her in the pharmacy consultation room Saturday.
Once she was identified, the 22-year-old was taken to the county jail and charged with fraudulently attempting to get a prescription filled. Online records show Livingston-Stone also has an outstanding, extraditable warrant out of Ohio.
Livingston-Stone is currently scheduled to appear at 9 a.m. Oct. 9 in Faulkner County Circuit Court for a pretrial hearing regarding the aforementioned case.