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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Home Depot employee was arrested after police say he attempted to sell prescription painkillers to employees at nearby businesses.
Brian Guidi, 28, was in his car and appeared to be intoxicated when officers saw a large amount of pills in his lap and pill bottles in his hand, police say.
According to an arrest report, Guidi was attempting to sell pills to employees at the Buffalo Wild Wings on Westport Road on Friday afternoon.
When officers responded to the complaint, Guidi's car had left the restaurant but was later spotted in the Home Depot parking lot across the street.
Police say Guidi attempted to hide the pill bottles by placing them between the seat and center console.
Guidi allegedly had dozens of Hyrdocodone pills, along with generic Aderall and Oxycodone pills. Police say the pills were not in properly labeled containers.
Guidi is charged with trafficking a controlled substance and tampering with evidence.
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