More Drugs Stolen from Virginia Ambulances

This is the fourth time this year morphine and Versed went missing from area ambulances


 
 

Fredericksburg.com | | Friday, July 13, 2012


SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. -- Narcotics and sedatives have been reported stolen from Spotsylvania County ambulances for the fourth time this year, despite efforts to prevent thefts.

This past weekend, morphine and Versed went missing from three ambulances at stations at Salem Church and Salem Fields. It’s unclear how much of each drug was stolen.

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