Man arrested for selling prescription pills | Crime
A man accused of selling $360 worth of pain pills will have to come up with $50,000 to get out of jail.
Baxter County sheriff’s deputies arrested 26-year-old Jason Michael Biddle of Mountain Home on Wednesday on multiple felony drug charges.
Investigators with the sheriff’s office, Flippin and Mountain Home Police Departments made three controlled buys of prescription pills from Biddle, according to Sheriff John Montgomery. Officers bought 12 oxycodone hydrochloride pills for $360.
Biddle used a cell phone for each transaction and at least one purchase took place near a church.
He is being held at the Baxter County Detention Center in lieu of $50,000 bond on the following charges:
- Delivery of a Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance (3 counts)-Felony
- Criminal conspiracy (3 counts)-Felony
- Unlawful use of communication device (3 counts)-Felony
- Proximity to certain facilities-Enhanced penalty statute
Photo provided by Baxter County Sheriff's Office