Cleaning company owners face drug charges

Cleaning company owners face drug charges

May 8th, 2013 by Associated Press in Local - Breaking News

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office says the owners of an office-cleaning company got drugs after stealing notepads that doctors use to write prescriptions.

Paul and Diane Brinson, who own Serve-Right Facility Services, were charged with several counts of obtaining controlled substances by fraud. The case remains open. More charges might follow.

Police say the Brinsons stole the prescription pads after doctors hired them to clean their offices.