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a physician assistant who worked at a fountain valley medical clinic was convicted monday of federal drug trafficking charges for writing prescriptions for narcotics without a medical purpose.a federal jury found kaitlyn phuong nguyen, 32, of san jose guilty of 10 felony counts related to illegal distribution of oxycodone, methadone and alprazolam.during the trial, jurors heard evidence that four people died of drug overdoses after obtaining prescriptions from nguyen, according to the u.s. department of justice.dr. victor boon huat siew, 66, of laguna beach, who ran the fountain valley clinic, was sentenced last week to nearly six years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of illegal distribution of a controlled substance by a practitioner.the doctor admitted to illegally prescrib






vegas doctor, 93, convicted in opioid pill mill conspiracy


las vegas — a 93-year-old las vegas doctor faces up to 30 years in prison after he was convicted of illegally writing prescriptions for oxycodone and other painkillers that ended up in the hands of drug addicts and dealers.a federal court jury found dr. henri wetselaar guilty thursday of all 11 drug and money laundering-related counts contained in a 2011 indictment against him, his medical assistant and a local pharmacist.wetselaar's medical assistant, david litwin, was convicted of eight drug counts tied to the opioid conspiracy.u.s. district judge kent dawson declared a mistrial in the case against the pharmacist, jason smith of michigan, after jurors failed to return a verdict on a single count of conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. the judge scheduled a new trial for smith to begin may






suspected california car thief accidentally shoots himself during traffic stop


fountain valley — a man accidentally shot and injured himself when fountain valley police officers pulled over the suspected stolen car he was riding in on thursday, may 18, authorities said.fountain valley police spotted a white hyundai accent that had been reported stolen from buena park. the officers saw a woman get in the driver’s seat and a man in the passenger’s side and drive off, said sgt. antonius spangler of the fountain valley police department.it was about 12:40 p.m. when the officers pulled the car over at orange street and la capilla avenue and they discovered that the man had a gunshot wound on his leg.“at some point she hands him a gun and he accidentally shoots himself,” spangler said. the injury was not considered life-threatening, but the man was taken to uci medical cen






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


advertisement | advertise on newsdayauthorities have charged 13 people, including three long island medical professionals and a former new york state assemblyman, in connection with a scheme to illegally sell prescriptions for opioid painkillers and swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare and launder money, federal officials announced on friday, april 7, 2017.three long island medical professionals are among 13 people indicted in connection with a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for illegally providing them with prescriptions for opioid painkillers, officials announced friday.dr. paul mcclung of valley stream, physician assistant marie baptista nazaire...






gang member 'pimpsy' gets prison for sex-trafficking, drug conspiracy


a north park gang member convicted of participating in a racketeering conspiracy involving trafficking teenage girls, robbery and drug sales was sentenced friday to seven years in prison.robert banks iii was found guilty at the end of a two-week trial in san diego federal court last summer.twenty-four people were charged in the conspiracy.the indictment targeted the bms gang, or black mob and skanless, two groups that don’t claim traditional gang affiliation but work together to make money, primarily in sex trafficking and drug sales.banks was an older mentor to younger members and had created a reputation for himself nationally as a pimp, even winning “player of the year” at a national convention that promotes the pimping lifestyle, prosecutors said. his nickname is “pimpsy.”banks was con






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 5 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 5 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 5 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail) 6 connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers h






doctor turned pot activist convicted on drug trafficking charges


monroe gordon piland iii(photo: buncombe county jail)connectlinkedinemailmoreasheville, n.c. — a former physician turned medical marijuana advocate was convicted on monday of a host of drug-related offenses, including trafficking in opium or heroin, charges that together bring a sentence of more than 18 years.meanwhile, prosecutors on tuesday said they will likely drop charges against monroe gordon piland iii, 70, that relate to allegations he gave his underage son marijuana, sometimes mixed with goat’s milk.those charges arose following a child custody case during which piland took the stand and admitted giving the boy marijuana, said alex bass the assistant buncombe county district attorney who prosecuted the case.feds threaten to shut down giant las vegas marijuana festivalbrothers high






us drug diplomat hails un plans for control of fentanyl


vienna — the diplomat heading u.s. efforts to combat drug trafficking internationally is hailing a pending u.n. move to control substances used to make a deadly synthetic drug, but acknowledges it will not put an immediate dent in illegal trafficking.william brownfield says the move to globally track the legal movement of fentanyl and substances used to make the drugs is an important step to reduce illegal use.but he told the associated press tuesday that it is only one step in reducing dependency or addiction on the drug that may have contributed to 33,000 u.s. deaths in 2015.brownfield spoke outside a meeting of the u.n. commission of narcotic drugs. it is expected to put fenatyl and its precursors on a list of controlled substances, allowing for better monitoring of global movements.






dr. kurt silverstein, ‘drug dealer in a white coat,’ gets year in jail


advertisement | advertise on newsdaydr. kurt silverstein was sentenced to a year in jail for criminal sale of opioid prescriptions, prosecutors said on tuesday, june 27, 2017. (credit: nys attorney general) a doctor dubbed a “drug dealer in a white coat” by prosecutors was sentenced tuesday to a year in jail for criminally selling opioid prescriptions from his hauppauge office.dr. kurt silverstein, 55, who was convicted after trial in january, had faced a sentence as long as 15 years. he had “routinely” left his office to travel or play ice hockey while his receptionist signed his name to prescriptions...






albanian police crack down on drug trafficking ring


tirana, albania — albania's prosecutor's office says 10 police officers and eight customs officials have been arrested for organizing illegal drugs traffic to nearby italy.a statement monday said those arrested "had a form of cooperation" in two cases when trucks in italy were found with 10 metric tons (11 tons) of cannabis after crossing from or through albania.they face up to 20 years in prison if convicted of drug trafficking.last year, albanian authorities destroyed about 2.5 million marijuana plants, four times more than the year before, and seized several metric tons of cannabis at border crossing points or from boats bound for neighboring greece and italy.but despite increased measures this year, dozens of tons of the drug have been seized in italy or greece after passing through al






man who posed as psychiatrist at chicago clinic given 13 years in prison


a man who pleaded guilty last year to posing as a psychologist in the south suburbs has continued seeing patients, including a 9-year-old, federal prosecutors allege.using an identity stolen from a licensed physician, scott curtis redman, 36, formerly of hammond, ind., prescribed 71 prescriptions...a man who pleaded guilty last year to posing as a psychologist in the south suburbs has continued seeing patients, including a 9-year-old, federal prosecutors allege.using an identity stolen from a licensed physician, scott curtis redman, 36, formerly of hammond, ind., prescribed 71 prescriptions... (gregory pratt)






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


three long island medical professionals are among 13 people indicted in connection with a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for illegally providing them with prescriptions for opioid painkillers, officials announced friday.dr. paul mcclung of valley stream, physician assistant marie baptista nazaire of melville, and physical therapist reynat glaz of valley stream were among those named by authorities in their investigation as having participated in the scheme.most popularat a news conference friday afternoon, city, state and federal authorities announced the result of “operation avalanche” — two indictments filed by new york city’s office of the special narcotics prosecutor containing a total of 477






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


three long island medical professionals are among 13 people indicted in connection with a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for illegally providing them with prescriptions for opioid painkillers, officials announced friday.dr. paul mcclung of valley stream, physician assistant marie baptista nazaire of melville, and physical therapist reynat glaz of valley stream were among those named by authorities in their investigation as having participated in the scheme.most popularat a news conference friday afternoon, city, state and federal authorities announced the result of “operation avalanche” — two indictments filed by new york city’s office of the special narcotics prosecutor containing a total of 477






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


three long island medical professionals are among 13 people indicted in connection with a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for illegally providing them with painkiller prescriptions — putting 6.3 million opioid pills on the street, officials announced friday.dr. paul mcclung of valley stream, physician assistant marie baptista nazaire of melville, and physical therapist reynat glaz of valley stream were among those named by authorities in their investigation as having participated in the scheme.most popularat a news conference friday afternoon, city, state and federal authorities announced the result of “operation avalanche” — two indictments filed by new york city’s office of the special narcotics






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


advertisement | advertise on newsdayauthorities have charged 13 people, including three long island medical professionals and a former new york state assemblyman, in connection with a scheme to illegally sell prescriptions for opioid painkillers and swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare and launder money, federal officials announced on friday, april 7, 2017.three long island medical professionals are among 13 people indicted in connection with a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for illegally providing them with painkiller prescriptions — putting 6.3 million opioid pills on the street, officials announced friday.dr. paul mcclung of valley stream, physician...






70-year-old california acupuncturist arrested on suspicion of sexually assaultin


fountain valley – a 70-year-old acupuncturist was arrested wednesday on suspicion of sexually assaulting female patients, according to to fountain valley police.the orange county district attorney’s office has filed nine felony counts of sexual battery and sexual penetration against henry david lee of laguna woods, police said in a statement.lee was booked into the orange county jail in lieu of $250,000 bail.the assaults occurred between 2014 and 2016 while the women were being treated at lee’s acupuncture business at 8878 warner ave. in fountain valley, according to police.fountain valley police are asking for any other possible victims to contact detective gloria scott at 714-593-4480 or via email at [email protected]






dr. kurt silverstein, ‘drug dealer in a white coat,’ gets year in jail


a doctor dubbed a “drug dealer in a white coat” by prosecutors was sentenced tuesday to a year in jail for criminally selling opioid prescriptions from his hauppauge office.dr. kurt silverstein, 55, who was convicted after trial in january, had faced a sentence as long as 15 years. he had “routinely” left his office to travel or play ice hockey while his receptionist signed his name to prescriptions for controlled drugs, the attorney general’s office said in a statement.most popularthe receptionist also wrote up computerized medical records for patients who got the prescriptions after paying as much as $125 in cash for an “office visit,” attorney general eric t. schneiderman said.silverstein, a riverhead resident and doctor of osteopathic medicine, was convicted of the unauthorized practic






dea: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme


three long island medical professionals were among 13 people indicted over a scheme to swindle millions of dollars from medicaid and medicare by submitting patients to unnecessary procedures in exchange for giving them painkiller prescriptions — effectively putting 6.3 million opioid pills on the street, officials announced friday.at a news conference friday afternoon at drug enforcement agency headquarters in manhattan, city, state and federal authorities announced the result of “operation avalanche” — two indictments filed by new york city’s office of the special narcotics prosecutor containing a total of 477 charges, including fourth-degree conspiracy, criminal sale of a prescription for a controlled substance, first- and second-degree health care fraud and money laundering.most popular






senior u.s. drug official praises cooperation with mexico, a 'law enforcement wa


a top u.s. drug official made a strong case thursday for continued cooperation with mexico on fighting drug-trafficking, saying successful law enforcement already has created a virtual wall. in a subtle dig at the trump administration, william brownfield, the state department's senior diplomat involved in drug policy, said that despite a crisis drug epidemic, the united states and mexico were in a better position than ever to combat it. "in a sense, we have developed a law enforcement cooperative wall at this point without actually having the physical construction of a wall," brownfield said. brownfield, assistant secretary of state for international narcotics and law enforcement, spoke to reporters as his agency released the 32nd annual narcotics-control strategy report. brownfield said t






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the cinic rx rotan app is a free application for your smartphone that connects you to your local clinic pharmacy in rotan, tx. along with submitting refill requests, you will also have access to important data about your prescriptions while on the go. from the app, you will be presented with a variety of valuable tools: login to view and request refills from your prescription history. access a pocket profile -- a summary of your prescription, prescribing physicians, allergy history and more. read the drug monog h information for most drugs in your prescription history. view clinic pharmacy's location and phone number. quickly request refills without logging in by typing the rx numbers or scanning the rx barcodes. receive an immediate response confirming the validity of the prescription






thai police arrest suspected british drug trafficker


koh samui, thailand — thai police say they have arrested a british man wanted in his own country on a drug trafficking conviction.the narcotics suppression bureau says 47-year-old jonathan michael moorby was detained in a joint operation with interpol on an island in southern thailand.police said tuesday that moorby had fled england before a court sentenced him to 15 years in prison for trafficking cocaine and amphetamines.police said they will charge moorby with possession of a fake passport and illegal entry into thailand before he is deported to britain.






report: opioid prescriptions drop 11.7 percent


madison, wis. — a new report says opioid prescriptions dropped nearly 12 percent in the last three months of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.the report from the state controlled substances board found the number of prescriptions decreased 11.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 compared with the fourth quarter of 2015, from 1.26 million prescriptions in 2015 to 1.13 million in 2016.the report also found that prescribers submitted 2.63 million records to the state's prescription drug monitoring program, a database that tracks prescriptions. as of december, the database stored 48 million prescription records. a 2015 state law requires prescribers to consult the database before dispensing a monitored drug. the law is expected to go into effect this spring.






dr. kurt silverstein, ‘drug dealer in a white coat,’ gets year in jail


a doctor who betrayed his profession by acting like a “drug dealer in a white coat” will serve a year in jail for criminally selling opioid prescriptions from his hauppauge office, prosecutors said on tuesday.dr. kurt silverstein, 55, had faced a sentence as long as 15 years for “routinely” leaving his office to travel or play ice hockey while his receptionist signed his name to prescriptions for controlled drugs, the attorney general’s office said in a statement.most popularthe receptionist also wrote up computerized medical records for patients who got the prescriptions after paying as much as $125 in cash for an “office visit,” attorney general eric t. schneiderman said.in january, silverstein, a riverhead resident and doctor of osteopathic medicine, also was convicted of the unauthoriz






trump administration to sanction venezuela's vp, accuses him of being drug kingp


the trump administration is slapping sanctions on venezuela's new vice president tareck el aissami and accusing him of playing a major role in international drug trafficking.that's according to individuals briefed on the u.s. government's plans who requested anonymity to disclose the move ahead of a formal announcement.el aissami has been the target of u.s. law enforcement for years over ties to the nation's largest convicted drug trafficker and a middle eastern militant group. the u.s. move freezes his assets in the u.s. and bars him from entering the u.s.the u.s. is also sanctioning samark bello, a wealthy businessman connected to el aissami who has held significant business interests in the u.s. the u.s. says bello provided assistance or support to el aissami's trafficking activities.






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dea raids illegal marijuana grow near colorado elementary school – the denver po


drug enforcement agents raided suspected illegal marijuana-growing operation across the street from an elementary school in monument friday morning.the colorado springs gazette reported that u.s. drug enforcement administration agents removed 4- to 7-foot marijuana plants and piled them 3 feet high in the driveway.the early morning raid was part of a federal investigation into drug trafficking, said jeff dorschner, spokesman for the u.s. attorney’s office. he could not provide details, but the dea tweeted that the grow is part of an out-of-state operation.






long-term opioid addiction can start in the er


there’s a common thread in many accounts of opioid addiction: it all started with a single prescription after a minor injury or other medical issue.there are plenty of culprits in the opioid epidemic raging across the country, including the pharmaceutical industry, drug traffickers and economic stagnation. but there is little doubt that many thousands of opioid users got their first introduction to an opioid from a physician who wanted to treat their pain. and we’ve found unsettling evidence that whether you are prescribed an opioid, and whether a first opioid prescription turns into many, could be just a matter of chance.as medical researchers, we wanted to know how much pain treatment, and opioid prescribing in particular, depends on the practice style of the physician who happens to tre






long-term opioid addiction can start in the er


there’s a common thread in many accounts of opioid addiction: it all started with a single prescription after a minor injury or other medical issue.there are plenty of culprits in the opioid epidemic raging across the country, including the pharmaceutical industry, drug traffickers and economic stagnation. but there is little doubt that many thousands of opioid users got their first introduction to an opioid from a physician who wanted to treat their pain. and we’ve found unsettling evidence that whether you are prescribed an opioid, and whether a first opioid prescription turns into many, could be just a matter of chance.as medical researchers, we wanted to know how much pain treatment, and opioid prescribing in particular, depends on the practice style of the physician who happens to tre






soaring drug prices leave minnesotans feeling ill


soaring costs for dozens of common drugs are forcing minnesotans to skip or skimp on their medications, causing alarm among doctors who say that the price of prescriptions has become a chronic health problem in and of itself.the cost of doxycycline, a generic antibiotic, rose from 24 cents per unit in 2011 to $2.21 cents in 2015, while the cost of avonex, a multiple sclerosis drug, increased from $778 to $5,129 per unit, according to a star tribune review of the latest medicare part d drug spending data.prices for essential drugs such as inhaled albuterol for asthma have spiked as well.the result has been more patients struggling with illnesses and belatedly admitting that they cut back on prescriptions, said dr. macaran baird, a university of minnesota physician who has studied the trend






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rescued yorkies now up to 123


an elderly couple said to have hoarded 92 yorkies in a feces-filled home in poway actually had 31 more dogs hidden off-site, the san diego humane society said friday. the little dogs were found at a different poway location on tuesday evening and taken into custody, spokeswoman kelli schry said. that increases the total number of dogs turned over by the couple to 123 — 114 dogs and nine puppies. already, more than 200 peole have reached out to the humane society via facebook or email to express interest in adopting the animals, schry said., but that doesn’t put them on any kind of list for consideration. updates on when the animals will be available for adoption, as well as how to apply, will be posted on the humane society’s website. schry suggested that people sign up for the society’s e