On Thursday, June 18 Sikeston DPS responded to a burglary at Randy’s RX. When arriving, authorities found several narcotics and pain medications stolen. The evidence was linked to a pharmacy burglary in Cape Girardeau in April. The evidence connected Marlon Deshone Quarles of Memphis, Tennessee to both burglaries. On July 19, Sikeston DPS presented the case to a Scott County grand jury. After the hearing Quarles was charged with 1st degree burglary, stealing controlled substances and property damage. His bond was set at $125,000 cash only.