A Williamsburg pharmacist is not allowed to work or be at her pharmacy without supervision following her arrest. Federal Magistrate Judge Hanly Ingram set the conditions of release for Kimberly Jones. A grand jury indicted her on 28 counts. As part of her release agreement, Jones must have supervision to train a relief pharmacist pending the outcome of her trial. The pharmacist runs Kim’s Hometown Pharmacy in Whitley County. Jones is accused of illegally distributing or dispensing schedule two narcotics outside the scope of professional practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose. According to court documents, the drugs in question (Oxycodone and Oxymorphone) were filled for numerous people between February 2014 and January 2018. She is also accused of entering or having her employees enter false records to file claims to defraud Medicaid and Medicare. During the hearing, Jones pleaded not guilty and was released from custody. Her trial is scheduled for August 21 and is expected to last seven to eight days.