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Midtown Tulsa pharmacy robbed


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Updated: 2/20 10:24 am Published: 2/20 10:24 am


Tulsa police say a woman robbed the Walgreens at 31st and Harvard on Thursday morning.

Police said the woman went straight to the pharmacy and handed the clerk a note that implied she had a weapon. The woman got Xanax and Tramadol and left the store.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.


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Mayor Maynot - 2/20/2014 10:57 AM
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So sorry for the poor person who stole Xanax. If she truly needs it she should consult a doctor. Really keep her out of a bunch of trouble. Of course if you want psycho drugs just drink the water. There's plenty in the city water system. It's not all absorbed into the body so when you urinate it goes into the sewer and they don't bother to remove it from the waste water at the treatment plant. Could be a contributing reason why more people are going nuts. I drink lots of soda pop. I guess it would not matter too much some on here think I'm nuts anyway.
 
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