The two 25 mg blue pills have since been identified as a sleep aid.
She called police, who accompanied her into the store at 6:30 p.m. as she met with two store officials. They told her Walmart doesn't package its own meat, she said, but that it comes from another company.
The officials refunded the $15 she paid for the meat And she was given a $40 gift card.
Police said they couldn't do anything further unless someone was poisoned, she said.
Now, Kahn wants other people to know what happened and for Walmart to check the beef it is selling. She filed an online complaint with the nationwide company.
"This may be an isolated incident or maybe not," she said. "That is my concern."
Sebastian Police Officer Erica Agius' report says the store's co-manager, William Bales, planned to contact the corporation's Alarm Central.
Local store officials on Thursday referred media calls to the corporate office, which did not return a call seeking comment.
Sebastian police have the pills in case they are needed to help find how they got into the meat. But Marcinik said his agency isn't doing a criminal investigation.
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