Police charge High Point pharmacy tech in connection with missing pills

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HIGH POINT, N.C. — A Thomasville woman turned herself into police Tuesday in connection with a charge she embezzled controlled substances from her employer, according to online arrest records.

The News & Record reported that Tiffany Marie Curry, 25, of 153 Stout Road, worked as a pharmacy tech at Walgreens, 207 N. Fayetteville St., in Asheboro, according to online arrest records.

Personnel at the pharmacy discovered that Curry had taken pills, according to High Point police Capt. Mike Kirk. When loss prevention personnel asked her about it, Curry admitted to the thefts of “quite a few” pills, Kirk said.

Curry returned most of the pills, Kirk said.

Curry turned herself in Tuesday at the High Point police station, 1009 Leonard Ave., according to arrest records.

Curry faces a charge of embezzling controlled substance by an employee. Her bail is $10,000.