Rimersburg, PA – A Reynoldsville woman is facing charges for allegedly stealing a prescription from a home in Rimersburg.

Parole agents tipped off police officers that 46-year-old Julie King had reportedly using people’s medications without their knowledge.

Police arrested King at a Rimersburg home on Feb. 12, where she admitted to using the resident’s Suboxone, an opioid painkiller that is often used for opioid withdrawals and addictions.

She’s also accused of taking prescription anti-nausea medication from a young boy. The two drugs are often paired together because people will often become nauseated when coming down from suboxone.

King is facing misdemeanor charges of theft by unlawful taking, intentional possession of a controlled substance by a person who is not registered, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. King is currently awaiting her preliminary hearing.


Are you or someone you love is struggling with drug addiction? Here is a list of some helpful resources.


The National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Helpline

Call 1-800-662-HELP to talk to someone immediately and find resources.


Visit the PA Drug Helpline website to get resources online.


Local resources:


Clearfield-Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission

135 Midway Drive, Suite A, DuBois

1-800-892-9002 or 814-371-9002


Community Guidance Center

100 Caldwell Drive, DuBois



Van Zandt Medical Center

5690 Shaffer Road, DuBois



Cen Clear Child Services

117 Elk Run Avenue, Punxsutawney



Community Guidance Center

600 Leonard Street, Clearfield



Cen Clear Child Services

60 Industrial Park Road, Clearfield



Discovery House

214 Airport Road, Clearfield



Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

1305 Bucktail Road, St. Marys



Cen Clear Inc

44 South 7th Avenue, Clarion



ARC Manor Addiction Recovery Center

30 Pinnacle Drive, Clarion



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