When Kristin Waite-Labott, a nurse in Wisconsin, began stealing fentanyl and morphine from her hospital’s medical supply cabinets, she found it was relatively easy to cover her tracks.
Her drug inventory paperwork often didn’t add up, but she found coworkers willing to cover for her.
“They trusted me” she said. “Unfortunately I was taking advantage of that trust and that happens all the time.”
But Waite-Labott’s addiction to fentanyl quickly spiraled out of control.
“Taking it one time, I instantly