Eighteen-year-old Arnoldsburg resident Paul Hunter was arrested in Spencer for selling pain patches.

The Roane County Sheriffs Department charged Paul Hunter with the possession of fentanyl pain patches with intent to deliver, following a traffic stop.

Police said Hunter had the six patches in his shoe, along with $1,200 in cash.

Spencer Newspapers says Hunter allegedly admitted to selling pain patches over the last two months, including 12 in the previous 24-hours before his arrest.

Police said the patches sold for $100-$125 each.

Hunter was taken to Central Regional Jail and released on $10,000 bond.

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