SLATER, Mo. — A Slater woman has been charged with two felonies following two separate instances this month where she sold prescription medicine to an individual.

According to a probable cause statement, Brandy M. Swain, 32, was videotaped on June 15, 2017 by a law enforcement officer selling 25 Conazepam tablets for $50 to an individual outside her home. The bottle with the tablets had Swain’s name on it and showed the bottle had been filled on June 1 of this year.

The probable cause statement then says that Swain was again observed by a law enforcement officer selling Clonazepam to an individual on June 27. Following this second transaction, the law enforcement officer arrested Swain and transported her to Slater Police Department where she gave a written statement stating she had sold prescription medication on two occasions.

The prescription medication sold in the second transaction did not belong to Swain.

Court documents show that Swain has been charged with two class A felonies of distribution of a controlled substance in a protected location. Swain’s bond has been set at $50,000 cash or surety.

She was scheduled to be arraigned at 9 this morning in the Saline County Circuit Court in Marshall.