Two arrested in Jackson County undercover narcotics investigation
A Jackson County Sheriff's Office undercover investigation led to the arrest of two people on Sunday.
According to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, the investigation was into the ongoing sales of prescription medication suspected to be sold by Christin Stackhouse, 31, of Zephyrhills, and Jason Poyner, 39, of Graceville, near the Florida-Alabama Stateline.
Officials also say an undercover narcotics agent posed as a prospective buyer and met with Stackhouse and Poyner.
After the conclusion of the transaction, the Narcotics Division, with the assistance of the Uniformed Patrol Division conducted a traffic stop on Stackhouse and Poyner's vehicle.
Both were taken into custody without incident.
According to Jackson County officials, "An additional quantity of US currency was seized as well as other evidence suggesting the sales of multiple other types of narcotics."
Stackhouse is charged with Sell/Deliver a Controlled Substance -Amphetamine and Traffick in a Controlled Substance - Amphetamine.
Poyner is charged with Principle to- Sell/Deliver a Controlled Substance - Amphetamine and Traffick in a Controlled Substance - Amphetamine.
Officials say additional arrests are forthcoming.