SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — The Scottsbluff jail staff reported finding a suspected fentanyl pill in a woman's bra.

On July 27, Menards employees called Scottsbluff Police Department in reference to two female shoplifting suspects.

SPD reported talking to one of the shoplifting suspects identified as 36-year-old Sheila Bouldt.

According to police, Bouldt admitted to taking candy items and eating them without paying.

Authorities reported other items in Bouldt’s vehicle were confirmed to have been shoplifted from Menards.

SPD also reported discovering Bouldt had an active warrant out for her arrest. 

According to court records, Bouldt received a citation for shoplifting Nov. 30, 2021. Bouldt also was arrested on Dec. 31, 2021 for possession of controlled substance.

According to court documents, a warrant for Bouldt’s arrest was issued on Jan. 31 and returned six months later on July 28.

The jail staff reported that while she was being booked for her arrest warrant, a blue M/30, suspected fentanyl pill was found in Bouldt's bra by jail staff.

Bouldt was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and felony theft-shoplifting. 

Bouldt has pretrial Nov. 11, 2022.