A Mechanicsburg couple is charged with passing fraudulent oxycodone prescriptions in York and Cumberland counties after a police were alerted to the scam, according to court documents.

On Jan. 25, police in Carroll Township were alerted by Upper Allen Police that Curtis Miller Jr., 37, and Toni Miller, 35, had filled fraudulent prescriptions for oxycodone, a painkiller, at a Rite Aid on Route 15, according to court documents.

On Jan. 16, Toni Miller attempted to fill a prescription for 120 tablets at the pharmacy, police said. When the pharmacy checked with the doctor listed on the prescription, she informed the pharmacy that the prescription was fake, and the pharmacy refused to fill it, police said.

The pharmacy had previously filled an identical prescription for Curtis Miller in November, not knowing it was fraudulent, police said.

Both were charged with obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresentation, forgery, unlawful acts and criminal conspiracy.

Both were arraigned Sunday at Central Booking and released on $20,000 bail each.

No reason for the delay in arraignment was given in court documents.