A municipal police dispatcher and a school district employee were among 25 people hit with charges in New Jersey after authorities broke up an alleged drug ring.
A New York doctor admitted in federal court in New Jersey on Thursday that he wrote illegal prescriptions for oxycodone.
The leader of a Bloods street gang in New Jersey turned himself in to authorities this weekend, and was ordered held on $5 million charges bail on charges that he ran a major drug ring.
The arraignments came following a ten-month investigation into the drug ring, the DA’s office said.
A New York woman identified by prosecutors as the “lynchpin” of a black market prescription painkiller ring has been sentenced to six months in jail.
Two doctors from New York and New Jersey are among 22 people charged in a ring that federal prosecutors say trafficked in and sold millions of dollars’ worth of oxycodone tablets.
Thirty-one people were arrested and charged with selling oxycodone pills out of an ice cream truck on Staten Island.
All five suspended students have hired new high-powered attorneys to fight the charges that they ran a well-organized narcotics distribution ring out of frat houses.
The FBI says nine people, including a doctor, are charged with running a Manhattan drug ring.
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