Quote from Franemtnurse
You are wrong. I put the refill in a different place, and told nobody about where I placed it. She was suspended pending the investigation, but I placed the refill in the new place a few days earlier, checking it just prior to the weekend, and that prescription was full. YOU DIDN'T READ MY MESSAGE CORRECTLY.
I asked you if you were sure, but you responded by saying I'm wrong. What am I wrong about?
I read your message correctly. You put a newly-filled bottle of narcotic pain reliever in places you usually don't keep it on two separate occasions. You lost the first one and couldn't account for it in any way. The second one, not only in a place you don't usually keep it BUT ALSO [you added later] in a place where nobody knew you had it, was fine and dandy each time you went to check on it until that Saturday when suddenly all you had was an empty bottle. Please understand that that is not proof that the caregiver took it.