Local pharmacy alerted police, arrest made

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Kisha Giuliani, 37, San Diego

Press Release from Bishop Police Public Information Officer Katie Coffman

Date of Event:         May 4, 2012 at 6:15pm.

Type of Event:    459 PC- Burglary; 11350 HS-Possession of a Controlled Substance; 11368 HS-Forgery to Obtain Prescription Medication; 182(a)(1) PC-Conspiracy to Commit Crime; and 4060 BP-Possession of Controlled Substance Without a Prescription.

Location:    644 W. Line Street, Dwayne’s Friendly Pharmacy.

Suspects:    GIULIANI, Kisha Marina. 37 year old, San Diego Resident.

On Friday May 4, 2012 at 6:15pm, the Bishop Police Department was dispatched to a report of
a female who had received prescriptions fraudulently. When Officers arrived on scene, they made contact
with GIULIANI, Kisha Marina. It was determined GIULIANI had purchased prescriptions illegally, by falsifying documents.  Officers arrested GIULIANI for possession of Xanax and Norco, these were prescriptions that did not belong to her.

GIULIANI, Kisha Marina was arrested for 459 PC- Burglary; 11350 HS-Possession of a Controlled Substance; 11368 HS-Forgery to Obtain Prescription Medication; 182(a)(1) PC-Conspiracy to Commit Crime; and 4060 BP-Possession of Controlled Substance without a Prescription. GIULIANI was transported to the Inyo County Jail, where she is still awaiting arraignment.

It should be noted; Dwayne’s Friendly Pharmacy assisted the Bishop Police Department. They became aware of GIULIANI’s suspicious activity, investigated through their own policies and reported the crime right away to the Police Department.

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diane bates
diane bates
10 years ago

Why was her picture published? She’ll have a hard enough time getting her
health back without people judging her.

Trouble
Trouble
10 years ago

Thanks for clearing that up. Personally I hope they give this girl a chance to get off these drugs she must have felt desperate for.

Tim
Tim
10 years ago

Burglary is charged when a person enters a building with the intent to commit a felony or to commit a theft. When she went into the store intending to use a forged prescription that qualifies. You commonly see this in shopliftings/thefts at stores where a person admits they went into… Read more »

Trouble
Trouble
10 years ago

Where does the burglary charge come in? Never mind welcome to Bishop.

Reality Bites
Reality Bites
10 years ago
Reply to  Trouble

Entering a building to comit any felony is burglary.

Big AL
Big AL
10 years ago
Reply to  Trouble

Yeah I was wondering that too .. seems the story needs to be a little more clear .. provide more info to substantiate the burglary charge .. just saying .. or leave mention of that charge out.