Two Chattooga County residents who were indicted earlier this month by the Chattooga County Grand Jury on charges of obtaining controlled substances by fraud have been arrested again on drug charges. Over the weekend the Chattooga County Narcotics Unit arrested 33 year old Jason Daniel Baker of Kellett Street in Summerville and his 27 year old wife Lacey Nicole Baker on charges of Possession of meth.  Jason Baker was charged with Possession and Use of Drug Related Objects and Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act.  Lacey Baker was charged with Possession of Meth.  The arrest was made on Sunday afternoon and the two were booked into the Chattooga County Jail on Sunday evening. The couple had been indicted by the grand jury on April 5th charged with obtaining drugs by fraudulent means.  According to the Chattooga County District Attorney’s office Lacey Baker worked at a medical office in Floyd County and had been faxing prescriptions for pain killers to the CVS Pharmacy in Summerville.  Lacey Baker was indicted for 34 counts of Fraud in Obtaining a Controlled Substance and Illegal use of a Communication Facility along with Possession with Intent to Distribute.  Jason Daniel Baker had been indicted for charges of Fraud in Obtaining a Controlled Substance.