More charges in Andalusia pharmacy burglaries - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

More charges in Andalusia pharmacy burglaries

Tony Randall Stewart (Source: Andalusia Police Department) Tony Randall Stewart (Source: Andalusia Police Department)
Lannette Nichole Stewart (Source: Andalusia Police Department) Lannette Nichole Stewart (Source: Andalusia Police Department)
Joshua Michael Nelson (Source: Andalusia Police Department) Joshua Michael Nelson (Source: Andalusia Police Department)
ANDALUSIA, AL (WSFA) -

Andalusia police have made two more arrests in two burglaries at an Andalusia pharmacy.

Lannette Nichole Stewart, 27, was arrested Thursday and charged with burglary third degree and theft of property related to the June 5 burglary of Fred's Pharmacy. Her bond was set at $100,000.

Joshua Michael Nelson, 28, was also arrested Thursday and charged with burglary third degree and theft of property second degree. He's charged in a burglary May 14 at the same pharmacy. His bond was set at $100,000/

Lanette Stewart's husband, Tony Randall Stewart, 29, was arrested June 6 and charged with two counts of burglary third degree and two counts of theft of property second degree. His bond was set at $200,000.

According to police, the Fred's Pharmacy on S. Three Notch Street was burglarized twice in the last month. The first incident was on May 14 shortly before 10 p.m. The second was at 11:35 p.m. on June 5. In both incidents, someone broke a window and took a large amount of narcotic medications.

Tony Stewart was developed as a suspect after police received information from a citizen informant. On June 6, investigators located Tony Stewart and "obtain[ed] an admission from Stewart as having committed both burglaries and thefts at Fred's Pharmacy."

The same day, investigators found a large quantity of drugs and medications that were taken from the pharmacy, according to police.

Lannette Stewart is accused of hiding the medications in a wooded area behind their home before officers arrived.

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