Holly Springs nurse faces drug possession charges

By The Associated Press

HOLLY SPRINGS – A Holly Springs nurse has been indicted for prescription drug fraud.
Sandra Hangey, 41, of Holly Springs, was indicted by a Marshall County grand jury on three counts of acquiring or obtaining possession of controlled substance or prescription by misrepresentation, fraud and the like.
At the time the crimes are alleged to have been committed, Hangey was working as an RN for Gentiva Home Health Agency. She is alleged to have taken narcotics from her patients while making home visits.
If convicted of the charges, Hangey faces a maximum of 15 years in prison and $3,000 in fines.