The Montgomery County Grand Jury has indicted Kimberly Rew on 7 felony counts of obtaining drugs by fraud from 4 Clarksville area veterinary offices. She was booked on June 10th in Clarksville, and transferred to Robertson for 3 additional counts, and is now free on $15,000 total bonds.
Kimberly Rew was arrested on June 10th after the Grand Jury indictment was unsealed, revealing the 7 felony charges she now faces. The indictment alleges that on 5 days in 2018, Rew obtained, or attempted to obtain various drugs at four veterinary offices in Clarksville.
According to the two-page indictment, Rew visited Eastview Veterinary Clinic on October 5th, 2018, and fraudulently obtained, or attempted to obtain, Tramadol and Gabapentin. Two days later she did the same at Sango Veterinary Hospital. The following week she tried for Tramadol only at the Animal Clinic of North Clarksville. Two days later, on October 15th, she hit Animal Clinic North a second time for Tramadol. On November 2nd she visited Animal Clinic North for Tramadol and Gabapentin. 30 days later, she visited North a fourth time for Gabapentin. Later that same day, December 2nd, she also visited Family Pet Hospital for Gabapentin.
Kimberly Ann Rew, of Woodlawn, is indicted on 7 felony counts of obtaining drugs by fraud and was taken into custody Monday. She posted a $5,000 bond via 2nd Chance Bail Bonds, but had an out-of-county hold for Robertson County, where she was booked on 3 additional counts of obtaining drugs by fraud, from October 30, and twice on November 5th, in 2018. She posted a $10,000 bond from Robertson County.