Federal Jury Indicts Drug Distributor for Criminal Conspiracy

July 25, 2019

A federal grand jury in Cincinnati charged Ohio-based drug distributor Miami-Luken and two of its former executives with conspiring with doctors and pharmacies to illicitly sell millions of opioid pills in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.

The indictment alleges that Miami-Luken knowingly profited from sales of hydrocodone and oxycodone pills that were being misused.

This is the second federal criminal indictment against a drug distributor related to the opioid crisis.

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