‘Not Guilty’ Pleas Entered For Drug Case

MEDFORD, Ore. – A Southern Oregon couple, accused of committing identity theft to get a hold of nearly 8,000 painkiller pills, says they’re not guilty. Jodi and Jason Setzer appeared before a judge Thursday.

Both pleaded not guilty to several counts of aggravated ID theft. Medford Police arrested the two last month, saying Jodi used her position as a manager in a doctor’s office to get thousands of pills.

They say she used her employer’s name and federal identification number to prescribe herself and her husband the pills.