A DeQueen woman is facing charges for what police say is prescription fraud. Police say Dianna Meish was arrested Friday at Harris Drug Store in DeQueen where she was picking up prescriptions that she had fraudulently called in. Authorities also said, Meish posed as an employee of a local doctor's office and called the pharmacy for the prescription medicine, "Hydrocodone" making the prescription out to her name. Employees of the drug store called the doctor's office and learned that no one there had called in an order in that name. Police say further investigation into the matter showed that Mrs. Meish had also called in prescriptions for "Hydrocodone" and "Alprazolam" to a Wal-Mart pharmacy. Meish is currently being held on a $40,000 bond.