CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- Deputies in Clay County said more arrests are possible after they said a receptionist stole a prescription pad from a doctor's office.
Two people are already locked up.
According to a police report - Kristina Mosley wrote a fake prescription and had it filled at a pharmacy in Middleburg.
Mosley along with Michael Bragg are locked up and facing charges.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office said they've found more prescriptions that were filled from the stolen pad. As many as seven people in Jacksonville could be arrested.
Captain Barry Abramowitz with the Clay County Sheriff's Office told First Coast News pharmacists are trained to ask questions if they see a questionable prescription.
"If a pharmacist feels there's something wrong...they will contact us directly," he said.
Pharmacists all across the area are taking a good look at prescriptions, and asking questions.
That means people could spend more time in line waiting to get our legal prescriptions filled.