GILMANTON — A former Gilmanton woman has been charged with one count of filing a false report to police after allegedly reporting a prescription for 150 30-mg killers had been stolen.
Police learned Sara Scovill, 30, formerly of 381 Mountain Road had filled the prescription and the transaction was captured on video.
Sgt. Matt Currier said police obtained a warrant for her arrest on January 17 but she had left Gilmanton. He said she knew about the warrant because he had made several attempts to reach her and had contacted people who know her.
After Gilmanton Police learned she was living in Milton, the N.H. State Police went to her residence but she refused to come out of the house for about an hour.
He said State Police waited and she surrendered about an hour after they got there.
A nearby Milton School was placed on a soft lockdown while police were at Scovill's residence.
Scovill is scheduled to appear in the 4th Circuit Court, Laconia Division this morning.She is being held on $5,000 cash bail.