Prescription for an Arrest

Federal prosecutors indicted 10 people accused of operating a fake prescription ring to obtain large quantities of oxycodone and hydrocodone using forged prescriptions.

The complaint alleges the group obtained DEA registration numbers and the medical license numbers of legitimate doctors, then using pharmacy-grade prescription paper created fake prescriptions for the painkillers.

They are accused of using their own names, as well a fake California driver’s licenses in other names and hiring shills to fill the prescriptions.

Four of the alleged ring leaders in the operation were Letitia Montgomery, Oakland, Beverly Cloudy, Fairfield, Cory Fuller and Tanisha Fuller, both of Oakland, according to a statement by U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag.

Case:  CR12-71321

 

 

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