Feds bust prescription drug ring in Lehigh Valley
HELLERTOWN, Pa. - November 30, 2012 (WPVI) -- Federal investigators have busted a multi-million dollar prescription drug ring in the Lehigh Valley.
Agents seized evidence during a raid of the Hellertown Pharmacy in Northampton County.
Investigators say two pharmacists made $13 million dollars in exchange for pain-killers sold over the internet to people without prescriptions.
A total of 10 people face charges, including doctors and website operators.
The suspects are spread across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and three other states.
prescriptions, drugs, pennsylvania, local/state
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