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A drug that's used to relieve pain is the center of a case involving a former secretary from the Greene County Medical Examiners Office.
The News-Leader says that Annette Moore-Higfill was charged with one count of controlled substance.
Deputies say that Moore-Highfill told them she traded her prescribed hydrocodone for another woman's morphine on several occasions. She told investigators she was afraid the other woman would hurt herself using the morphine.
If found guilty Moore-Highfill could face up to 7 years in prison.
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