HUNTSVILLE — A 45-year-old Scott County man was arrested last week on charges of TennCare fraud, and selling and delivering a Schedule II controlled substance in a drug-free zone.

Jeffery Slavey, 45, was one of four suspects arrested last week after being indicted last month by a Scott County grand jury. Subsequently, the previously sealed indictments against each suspect were unsealed.

Slavey was charged in a case prosecuted by Oneida Police Department investigator Bill Miller, who is also appointed to the 8th Judicial District Drug Task Force. Allegedly, he sold Oxycodone within 1,000 ft. of Oneida City Park in May 2016.

Another indictment unsealed last week involved Jerome Keith Warwick, 46, who was charged with sale and delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance. That case, also prosecuted by Miller, likewise involved the alleged sale of Oxycodone in May 2016.

The third indictment was returned against Teresa Papineau, 40, who was charged with selling and delivering a Schedule II controlled substance. Like the other two cases, Miller prosecuted the case and it was alleged that Papineau sold Oxycodone.

Finally, Chauncey Rhodes Stanley, 29, was indicted on charges of selling and delivering a Schedule III controlled substance, Buprenorphine, in May 2016.

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