Six people were arrested Wednesday and two remain wanted on accusations they used computers to design fake prescriptions to acquire controlled narcotics from Lafayette pharmacies.

Those accused are linked to more than 50 forgery incidents since June that used the names of a number of area doctors, according to a news release from the Lafayette Metro Narcotics Task Force.

The fake prescriptions were used to acquire drugs such as oxycodone, an opioid pain medication; amphetamine salt, a stimulant used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; buprenorphine, an opioid addiction treatment drug; and alprazolam, anxiety medication, the news release states.

Investigators on Wednesday seized computers said to have been used to generate the fake prescription documents from a home in the 100 block of Brentwood Boulevard in Lafayette.

Robert Brazell lives at 115 Brentwood Drive in Lafayette and remained in the Lafayette Parish jail in lieu of $130,000 bail on counts of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II, III and IV narcotics, a count of forgery and a count of criminal conspiracy, according to booking records.

Five more people were booked all on one count each of forgery and criminal conspiracy, each with additional counts:

Michael Morella, 105 Teche Road, Lafayette, remained in jail Wednesday evening in lieu of $40,000 bail, with an additional count of possession to intent to distribute Schedule III controlled dangerous substances.

Jon K. Comeaux, 505 Harwell St., Lafayette, remained in jail in lieu of $40,000 bail, with an additional count of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substances.

Nicholas Courville, 215 Southfork Drive, Youngsville, remained in jail in lieu of $40,000 bail, with an additional count of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substances.

Erik Oliver, 3606 Kaliste Saloom Road, Apt. 424, Lafayette, remained jailed in lieu of a $35,000 bail, with an additional count of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substances.

Deborah Acosta, 112 Leonard Drive, Lafayette, also was booked on additional counts of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II and III controlled dangerous substances, but bail had not been set as of Wednesday evening.

Two more people are wanted in the case on counts in addition to forgery and criminal conspiracy:

Kristian Joseph Legendre is wanted on those two counts plus a count of possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substance.

Charlotte Denise Charles is wanted on the forgery and criminal conspiracy counts as well as possession with intent to distribute Schedule II and IV controlled dangerous substances.

Their addresses were not available Wednesday.