A Unity man is facing drug trafficking charges after selling prescription medications to undercover officers on two separate occasions in October.

Chief Deputy Jeff Trafton of the Waldo County Sheriff's Office said Timothy Brown, 58, of Unity, was arrested and charged with two counts of trafficking in schedule W drugs Class B. The charges stem from two occasions when undercover officers purchased prescription Percocet pills from Brown.

Trafton said undercover officers purchased Percocet pills from Brown in October and then purchased more Percocet pills from him again later in the month. During the purchases, officers recorded conversations with Brown that indicated he could also obtain Oxycodone, Trafton said.

When officers confronted Brown at his place of employment Monday, Nov. 18, Brown told them he only sold the pills “every once in a while,” Trafton said.

Trafton said Brown also told the officers he had two prescriptions — one for Xanax and the other for Oxycodone.

Brown was taken to the Waldo County Jail where he posted bail an official at the jail said Thursday, Nov. 21. He is scheduled to appear in court Thursday, Dec. 26.