Deputies have arrested a Nash County couple after they found 900 prescription pills in their home.
According to deputies they received information that individuals were possibly forging prescriptions from prescription pads stolen from doctors in the Nash and Wilson County area.
The investigation then led to a search warrant being executed at the home of Ennis and Krista Clark home on 9280 Midway Rd. in Bailey.
When investigators searched the home they found 900 prescription pills. Investigators found prescription pads from several different doctors as wells as already forged prescriptions ready to be filled.
Ennis and Krista were arrested. Officials say Krista admitted to stealing the prescription pads and forging the prescriptions. It is believed she has been involved in forging prescriptions since January 2008.
Ennis is charged with trafficking opium/heroin and received a $100,000.00 secured bond.
Krista was charged with trafficking opium/heroin, as well as, six counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery. She received a $120,000.00 secured bond.
Deputies say they are still investigating.
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