A Paradise woman who worked as a nurse at Chancellor Park seniors home last year has been charged with stealing narcotics while on duty.
Deanne Bartlett had her case called this morning in provincial court in St. John's.
The 45-year-old wasn't in court, but was represented by her lawyer Jeremy de Jong.
Crown prosecutor Brenda Boyd and de Jong agreed to postpone the case until Dec. 4.
Bartlett faces eight charges — three counts of possessing narcotics, including two for morphine and one for Dilaudud (hydromorphine), four counts of theft under $5,000 and a single count of altering narcotic control records at Chancellor Park.