JACKSON, Tenn. — Authorities say two Hardin County men have been charged with illegally selling prescription pills.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says 36-year-old Kevin Haynes of Counts and Kevin Harville of Savannah have been arrested on charges of illegally selling and delivering schedule II drugs.
The TBI says it received complaints that Haynes and Harville were selling prescription drugs, including Opana. The TBI says several undercover purchases were made between April and June of this year.
Both Haynes and Harville have been booked into the Hardin County Jail. It's not clear if they have lawyers.
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