Police: Man cuts hole in roof of two pharmacies, steals pills

Published Dec. 16, 2015


Police: Man cuts hole in roof of two pharmacies, steals hundreds of pills

A 25-year-old man was arrested last week on charges that he broke into the roofs of two pharmacies and stole hundreds of pills, according to arrest reports.

On Dec. 2, Jamie Conder cut a hole into the roof of the G & H Pharmacy at 8091 66th St. N. Once inside, he stole several kinds of drugs, including oxycodone, morphine and methadone, a report states.

Seven days later, Conder damaged the roof of another pharmacy at 8730 49th St. N and pilfered more pills, officials said.

The Pinellas Park man was jailed Dec. 10 on charges of burglary, grand theft and drug possession.


Sprint employee accused of accessing cellphone photos

Kenneth Hilario Sanchez was helping a customer at the Sprint store at 10500 Ulmerton Road when he gained access to the woman's cellphone photos without her permission, an arrest report says.

Sanchez then texted 22 photographs of the victim to his personal cellphone and "proceeded to show the photographs to other employees," an officer wrote.

The woman eventually discovered what Sanchez had done and confronted him. He was arrested on a charge of offenses against users of computers, a felony.

Compiled by Laura C. Morel, Times staff writer