August 23, 2017 / 6:32 PM / 2 years ago

New Jersey pharmacist accused of running 'pill mills' convicted at trial

A New Jersey pharmacist has been convicted of running what federal prosecutors said were “pill mills” that illegally dispensed addictive prescription oxycodone and other drugs in a scheme authorities say contributed to the state’s opioid epidemic.

Michael Ludwikowski, the owner of Olde Medford Pharmacy and Medford Family Pharmacy, was found guilty by a federal jury in Camden, New Jersey, of six counts of illegally distributing and dispensing oxycodone and maintaining a drug-involved premises, prosecutors said.

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