GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi chiropractor accused of selling fentanyl and being in possession of drug paraphernalia has been arrested after an undercover investigation.

Joseph “Joey” Andrew Rodgers, 53, of Long Beach, is facing charges of possession of methamphetamine, tampering with evidence and selling a controlled substance. The fentanyl charges stemmed from “previous sting operations,” Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson said in a news release.

Authorities executed search warrants at Rodgers’ home and office on Wednesday, the Sun Herald reported. When authorities arrived at Rodgers’ home to serve the warrant, he fled and flushed a substance suspected to be fentanyl down the toilet.

Rodgers was apprehended and arrested. Investigators found methamphetamine and paraphernalia used to ingest heroin and fentanyl in his home, Peterson said. He is being held in the county jail on a $200,000 bond set by Court of Justice Judge Nick Patano.

Rodgers owns and operates a chiropractic practice on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, according to the press release. The office’s Facebook page advertises Rodgers as the only local chiropractor who is “available Saturdays and after hours every day.”

A Harrison County court official said it was unclear whether Rodgers had obtained an attorney yet. He could have his first court appearance on Friday.