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Murfreesboro woman claims two subjects broke into her apartment and hit her over the head - stole pain medication

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A Murfreesboro woman told police she was the victim of a home invasion by two people wearing mask in her own apartment. The incident occurred while she was giving her toddler a bath. The female victim said that she heard something and went to check out the source of the noise and saw two masked subjects. One culprit was wearing a Spiderman mask and the second a black mask with a black shirt. The victim suggested the intruders were likely a man and a woman and that they entered through the rear sliding glass door of her Chelsea Place apartment.

After the subjects entered her apartment, the victim says they took a bottle of Zanax and a bottle of Suboxone strips. Prior to leaving the scene, one of the two allegedly hit the victim in the side of the head with a stick. The victim then ran back to the bathroom where her child was located and locked the door. She waited approximately 10-minutes before leaving the bathroom. 45-minutes later, she called the police.

According to the actual police report, Officer J. Treadway found an empty bottle of Zanax and an empty bottle of Suboxone on a closet shelf. The officer wrote, “Both bottles appeared to be the bottles in question of what was reported to have been taken from the residence.” The bottles were placed into evidence and detectives were notified.

At this point, police still don’t know who the two intruders were and an arrest has yet to be made.

Drug Information:

Suboxone: Treats moderate to severe chronic pain. This medicine is a narcotic analgesic.

Zanax: Treats anxiety, panic disorder, insomnia (trouble sleeping), and anxiety caused by depression. This medicine is a benzodiazepine.

Source:

Murfreesboro Police Department

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