|Published:||Feb 05, 2011 4:24 AM EST|
|Updated:||Jan 30, 2011 11:44 PM EST|
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Charlotte County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Unit detectives late Friday afternoon arrested a woman who robbed the CVS Pharmacy on Sunday January 30th.
Aubrey Tia Lyn Hight of Port Charlotte was arrested for the robbery.
It happened just before 4pm at a CVS on the 2400 block of Tamiami Trail in Port Charlotte.
The pharmacist told investigators a white female approached the counter and said she had a gun and demanded Oxycodone pills. The woman never showed the gun, but the pharmacist complied with her demands. The woman left with several bottles of pills.
CCSO sent out surveillance photos showing the woman robber getting out of an older model tan car, go into the pharmacy, and leave the store in the same car. Today, detectives stated an anonymous caller said they were positive the suspect in the armed robbery was Aubrey Hight. The tipster also said Hight was addicted to prescription narcotics and named the man she was recently living with who had a tan Mazda. They responded to his home and confirmed Hight has been living there. Detectives then located Hight at her mother’s home and took her in for questioning.
Hight was arrested and charged with Robbery with a Firearm and Grand Theft. She was transported to the Charlotte County Jail where she remains on no bond.
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