A Marion County man has been arrested after officers said he sold multiple types of prescription drugs to a criminal informant.
On Thursday, February 14, officers with the White Hall Police Department, along with Task Force Agents utilized a confidential informant to facilitate a controlled buy with a man suspected of selling prescription drugs. The man suspected for selling the prescription drugs was Karl Taylor, 57, of White Hall, according to police.
Officers said the confidential informant purchased five one-milligram tablets of Alprazolam, commonly known as Xanax for $25 and 30 five-milligram tablets of Clonazepam for $60 from Taylor.
Taylor has been charged with delivery of Alprazolam and delivery of Clonazepam.