On Oct. 28, Pensacola Police Department officers were dispatched to Select Specialty Hospital in Pensacola in response to a report of a burglary in which narcotics were stolen. The report states the narcotics were reported missing at 8:45 a.m. and had last been seen at 6:55 p.m., the previous evening. The narcotics had been removed from a secure locked wall box near the nurses’ station.
The box had been pried open near the lock.
An employee provided the deputy with an inventory of the missing items: 13 vials of Dilaudid (2 mg.); 18 vials of morphine (5 mg.); 19 Fentanyl (100 mcg.); 18 vials Versed (2 mg.); four vials Zofran (4 mg.); and two vials of spinal lidocaine (0.4 mg.). The hospital was able to provide video of the possible suspect.
According to the report, the video showed an unknown vehicle pulling into the parking lot with only one occupant exiting the vehicle and walking toward the main entrance of the building. The male on the video was identified by hospital staff as Michael Sweeney of Gulf Breeze.
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